Yes, someone got eliminated, but Dave Holmes couldn't stop pondering Nick Lachey and his reunited band.
You'll never guess what songs were sung on "Movie Night." (Okay, you can probably guess.)
What a finale! For the first and possibly last time on this show, justice was served.
Two absurd episodes end this season on a down note.
On this season's second-to-last episode, someone finally sang a Whitney Houston song well.
Don't give us a Ben Folds, a Jewel, and a Shawn Stockman, and then sit them behind a table. Get these people involved!
The ladies concluded their group trip to Palm Springs with some middling drama, a few tears, a giant insect, and Kyle’s bare breasts.
So, the Mother. What does everybody think?
A vacation to Savannah started the way it will probably end — with seven women screaming at each other.
And this first season ends with a scene reminiscent of The Notebook.
We have absolutely no idea where Homeland could go from here. And that's a great place for this show to be.
Not John Goodman's best work.
Someone decided to use the show to propose to his girlfriend. Okay.
This Augustine/vampire testing stuff sometimes makes no sense.
Farewell, until January 2.
In true Scandal style, the big moments came quick in the last two minutes of the mid-season finale.
Last night's opening medley was like what we'd see on American Idol or The Voice. This show is better than that.
Avery and Juliette are on, you guys! (Sort of.)
Patti LuPone finally sings! Catatonically and depressingly, but we'll take it.
Last night’s final bloodbath managed to be both predictable and shocking.
Erykah Badu should be acting more.
The mid-season finale greatly disappoints.
That elimination was genuinely surprising. Oh well, good-bye Cole.
The Sing-Off is surely the most breezily enjoyable of the Idol-come-latelies.
The Housewives all head to Palm Springs for some drinking and bullying.