Leslie Knope knows how to get a quality belly dancer on short notice.
"If you're hungry, try a Snickers."
Mature, complicated, nuanced representations of incredibly difficult issues ranging from abortion to race!
"I hate being in the middle. Unless there's a Gyllenhaal involved."
Kristin Chenoweth of 'Wicked' joins the judges for sob stories and beatboxing in Florida.
Your next 'American Idol' likely won't be coming from Chicago, based on these tryouts.
Barney ceded the spotlight last night, and counterintuitively, it totally worked.
We almost made it one-sixth of the way through the season before WMDs made an appearance!
Earthly vows are made.
The beginnings of a theory about isolation and engagement in life, in politics, and in love — and the prospects for success of each.
"She's mad weird, that chick."
Tina Fey, the first true female Woody Allen, bends some gender assumptions.
James Franco hitches his art-cart to our favorite sitcom!
"I don't understand that religion, what it is. I just wanna get to the business."
Guest-starring Jack Black!
After last week's cheat, the show is back with a well-crafted tale of disfigured townsfolk.
Taking what felt like giant strides in setting up the second half of the season.
Lifetime-movie tales and a whole lot of shrieking drive Simon to his sickbed.
Why, at the season's halfway point, did the show decide to half-ass a crucial episode — only its second in its new time slot?
The writers now seem comfortable playing with melodramatic scenarios and gleefully upending our expectations.
As season nine begins, is his farewell tour the beginning of the end for the show?
'Fringe' may not be perfect, but it’s sure a hell of a lot of better now than it was when they made this episode.
Barney goes after a hot bartender, while Ted gets closer than ever to the mother.
It can’t be a good thing that there are new, 'Mad Men'-esque credits, can it?