Seriously, though, that's what it seems like.
Last night's episode started with a mini-intervention and ended up in France.
Back to Barney's Playbook.
While last night's episode literally revisited much of the same territory we've seen before, there were signs of life.
This week, instead of in a Greenpoint brownstone, Hannah ends up in a bucolic farmhouse upstate.
The Vampire Diaries has been a roller coaster since day one, but this season has been especially intense.
Ben and Leslie got married, and it was the best.
Come on, Fitz! You cannot have it both ways!
Has Community turned into an "American version" of itself?
Have we mentioned that Idol producers would like you to choose a lady this year? Because they really would.
It’s a sudden death round, wherein ten women will sing and five will go home.
The Americans is shaping up to be as historically conscious a drama as Mad Men.
Just keep giving us more Phil Dunphy, please.
You have to give this show credit for continuously making women’s health a plot point.
In which we are finally emotionally involved with Karen Cartwright. Nicely played, Smash. Nicely played.
This episode felt more like outtakes from Out of Sight than an actual Justified episode.
That kiss from two weeks ago didn’t douse the sexual tension — it only inflamed it.
Our main character is always one step behind, isn't he?
Last night, we embraced the déjà vu of the White Party, all over again.
It looks like HIMYM is getting to those episodes that were probably written when the show’s fate was still in flux.
Arrrgh, bait and switch!
Cynthia sold front-row seats to a train wreck and Porsha stole a baby, and it would all have been better with more Nene.
Merle and Daryl are like Smothers Brothers with crossbows and knife hands.
The boys take a trip to Staten Island and Hannah gets an e-book deal.
A season finale, and a character’s finale. Oh, and uh, yes: spoilers.