The Zoebot makes its first kill, then steals Daddy’s car.
Mind "blown" by husband's high-tech movie projector.
Why a critic who once loved 'Lost' slowly finds herself turning against it, as the war between Smokey and Jacob changes it from the character-driven show of the first few seasons.
Hell is a dinner at Saks where no food is served.
They make their own patterns. Riveting.
What are we dealing with here?
Specifically, the style of Saul Bass.
Aaron is not just a sensitive, recovering alcoholic, but also a badass ex-con.
Leslie reunites the last four Parks directors, who all hate each other equally, while Tom tries to pull a Don Draper for the new catalogue.
"I’m running, I’m hosting 'Last Comic Standing.' Who has time to sit down and watch television? Not to mention all these hos. Nah, just kidding. Should I answer something? That scene was amazing."
The staff goes out for a night of drinking, and Michael unveils his secret ladies' man identity.
Almost anything would have been less of a gratuitous bummer than Liz's encounter with Floyd.
Plus the Roots improvise a U2 song, on our regular late-night roundup.
Plus: John Singleton to direct Taylor Lautner.