The recap of the recap.
Our weekly recap of this show is beginning to get us down.
The actor talks about directing the first episode, what Walt's tighty-whities represent, and why some people think that Skyler's a bitch.
"These are the final episodes, so if some of your name people would like to do something on the show, this is the time for them to do it."
And thus a challenge was born.
The most gripping show since 'The Wire' returns!
Would a trip to an actual garbage dump really have been too expensive for NBC's best-performing show?
This two-hour dive back into the post-blackout world should win back some skeptics.
When the sales staff gets cocky, Michael hides the valuable new leads.
Andy Samberg guests!
Chevy Chase crashing into things; Joel McHale singing the Righteous Brothers; and sweet, sweet Troy with his one-liners.
Marine training, endless rain, and weight loss, all for Spielberg and Hanks.
Plus an exceedingly mean baby on our regular late-night roundup.
Plus: Tisdale graduates to college in new TV role.
The actress speaks about playing a strange nurse, overdosing on 'Law & Order,' and moving to Brooklyn.
Seven reasons to start watching tonight.
Will Colicchio snag not one, but two nominations?