How about that Starbucks chorus, right?
This week's episode was chock full of eighties-comedy attitudes towards virginity.
Kevin and Selita prepare for a baby. Huh?
The gang goes camping and men try to be men.
Finally learning about Melinda May. Also, a ghost.
We’re back in sweet, safe Mindy Project territory again this week.
This season seems committed to showing the descent of Kyle.
This is a great top eight, perhaps the best ever on this show.
Time to kill the evil tree, as one does.
What is to be thought of last night's rhyming episode?
We got some interesting insight into the history of the Florrick family and the future of Lockhart/Gardner.
Finally, a season finale that sets up plotlines to continue into next year.
Coital scratches on the shoulder: "I might consider this positive feedback."
Is it possible we’ve been dragging this "did they, didn’t they?" Apollo-and-Kenya thing out for a whole year?
Another episode in the wonderful company of the Governor.
Saul has an absolutely crazy plan.
The series celebrates 50 years and gives itself a new mission.
Something in this host must have let the writers feel confident weaving out an episode of wall-to-wall wackiness.
The finale cranks up the action from minute one and doesn't stop turning the dial until the hour's final beats.
A Billy Joel tribute without “We Didn’t Start the Fire”? Seriously?
Fun with infographics.
Last night was our favorite kind of TVD episode. It was fun, but with depth and heart.
We get it: He's the worst. The best? Ron's cabin.
A fight with Jamm, a last-minute Leslie solution, a Ron/Chris contest ... things are starting to feel very familiar.
In which we meet Olivia's very intriguing mother.