John Mahoney pulls a Tony.
The boy’s food issues put a slight spin on this clichéd tale.
The First Daughter will do absolutely anything to kill a story.
Her problem is so scary she hasn’t told anyone about it.
We begin a new season and schedule with our shrink's own problems.
'Tara' delivered a surprising, plot-propelling reveal.
Walt's pissed! And better yet, cooking again.
Why it won’t go down in history as a great series finales.
Thrillingly comprehensive, pungent, psychologically satisfying!
Kate, Juliet, and Boy Ben set the future in motion.
Last night, contestants were allowed to sing anything they wanted. Results varied.
We learn Jack is Really Infected and Dying, allowing every character to look all forlorn and Jack to do his I’m Having Feelings But I Am Too Proud to Show Them thing.
This episode focused on the unraveling of both Walt and Jesse’s personal connections, and boy, was it a depressing hour.
And now, back to our regularly scheduled aggravation.
Well, as had been rumored all week, it’s now official: Michael really has quit Dunder Mifflin.
Last night, obnoxious roughneck Michael Sarver was sent home to work on an oil rig — twice!
All thanks to Sideshow Bob!
Will the following inquiries be answered? Believers in miracles, we say yes.
Intra-Dharmite color, sparkly dialogue, psychedelic torture, only a dash of Kate, plus the most insane ending since they jumped off the Island.
He's not only poisoned, he's framed.
Bring on the plot turning points!
If anything, it seems like he’s getting off on the danger.
The prophesies were true: The show has ended and answered some of our questions.
Bill's triumph is the show's triumph: His wild ambitions were like this season's wild ambitions, and somehow, both came unexpectedly to fruition.
Charles Minor throws the whole branch into upheaval with his cold insistence on order.