Until April …
Until April …
One road trip leads to another.
While Ted goes after the girl of his dreams (again), Marshall comes to terms with growing up (again).
"This is the worst day of my life," says Hank Moody. But it’s a day that begins and ends with sex.
An episode that features a recurring character dying in a pool of blood would have to be good ... right?
The new 'Betty' is slashing and burning dramatic arcs, slaying and birthing relationships, and accelerating Betty's beautification and maturation.
She elicited nearly as many laughs from the crowd last night as she did gasps for her sexy attire.
Even in the alternative universe of 'FlashForward' you can't get away from Christmas.
This week: black jokes for white people!
"I love the Situation."
Some may call it filth. We call it progress!
Slithering parasitic worms are the main attraction this episode.
The slow, steady, unceasing collapse of hopes and dreams continues!
This week’s episode is owned by the titanic performance of Gilford as an angry, confused, and grieving Matt Saracen.
At long last, Absurd Pregnancy Plotline No. 1 has resolved itself!
Hank faces down Karen, kisses Charlie.
Trinity’s patterns — and his family life — prove even more complicated than they had seemed.
The specters of dead or absent parents dominate this episode.
One of the best songs yet — as well as one of the worst.
There's a lot at stake in this week's installment: Most episodes just have to lure you back next week. This one has to lure you back next year.
Slaps, turkey, fake bile, and more!
Madeleine Martin: the Mr. Spock of adolescent pain.
“I should have killed you when I had the chance.”
Larry David playing George Costanza is one of the funniest scenes either 'Curb' or 'Seinfeld' has ever produced.
He was so good that he made us forget January Jones! (Almost.)