As a reporter.
A Parks and Recreation crossover? Make it happen.
Because of Kalinda?
It had the biggest new comedy hit (2 Broke Girls) but a handful of drama duds (A Gifted Man, Unforgettable).
We're bothered that almost all of this season felt like an aimless run-up to what will essentially be a reboot.
"There’s a really nice scene between Alicia and Will towards the end of the episode that was one of my favorites to shoot, and you’ll see what I mean when you watch it."
Stop talking about quitting the show. No matter how convoluted the story lines get, the actors are just too freaking good to give up on.
If Parks and Recreation can bring West Wing together, can't Homeland reunite My So-Called Life?
Matthew Perry's character is a real bastard, isn't he?
Classic side-eye, Archie Panjabi.
Plus, The Good Wife needs to move an hour later, and we have the perfect lead-in in mind.
The list of what's not picked up is shorter than the list of what is.
A beautifully complicated episode.
Welcome to Will’s enforced vision quest. It lasts a week. It is profound.
Eli wants to know. And ... so do we.