Another excuse to stay indoors.
The Daily Show correspondent wrote in — from the future! (actually: Chicago) — to cap off our Best of TV week.
Prison: Now kind of hilarious!
The next chapter is about the family coming back together.
Maybe we need a new word.
Don’t leave the house.
Was that really Walter topless? “It must have been me. Nobody else was there.”
"If the talent were willing to do more, I'm sure we would be willing."
Buster takes Lucille's incarceration the hardest.
Mr. George Maharis, Risk Taker.
Finally, the Lucille episode.
George Sr. tries to bribe a politician but finds himself waffling … and wearing wigs. Also: bees!
Tobias gets a new start. And we assure you, there’s nothing ambiguously gay about it.
If the first three installments felt like a warm-up for Mitch Hurwitz & Co., this was an intense sprint.
Love is where you left it.
Happy Cinco de Cuatro.
We have a dream that Franklin and Hung Jury will come back for season four.
Mitch Hurwitz recommends pacing yourself. Are you taking his advice?
Seven episodes to binge-and-cringe-watch.
"You gotta watch them in order," says Mitch Hurwitz. "Turns out I was not successful in creating a form where the setup follows the punch line."
"Sponsored by Man Go! juice. It's like having a Mango in your mouth."
Only fourteen more days, only fourteen more days, only fourteen more days ...