For his fifth SNL hosting gig.
The long, cold march to Idol's top ten men and top ten women ended last night.
It's movies week on Glee, and the show sings its 500th song.
Last night's episode seems to have been made for the Pierce Hawthornes of the world, not the Abeds.
This episode’s storytelling strategy could be summed up as “Mind-eff first, explain later."
Last night, we spent two hours on ten guys a whole network is actively rooting against.
You guys! After only seven weeks of this show, it’s time for us to start voting.
Apparently all you readers figured out who Drew Thompson was long before we did.
In last night's Smash, not very much happened, and what did was mostly logical. What is happening here?
Late again, Ryan Hardy!
Our ladies hang out at the top of the Eiffel Tower without anyone getting pushed off. Success!
A densely packed episode wherein every character gets ruffled.
So it's NOT all right to show up three hours late for dinner in Los Angeles?
For much of this season, The Walking Dead has dragged its feet, but last night's episode was very good.
This was an episode that, like Adam’s old glass of milk, soured in our mouth.
And flubs a couple punchlines.
Where’s Zoanette? Where’s Zoanette? Where’s Zoanette?
This is the first episode this season that feels both familiar and fresh.
Last night's episode was, to a degree, about how secrecy is a part of sex and love.
Last night’s episode could’ve been called “Checking in With Little-Used Cast Mates Whose Contracts You Thought We Had Voided.”
In which Zoanette does "Circle of Life" from The Lion King and it's wonderfully bananas.
We’re past this season's two thirds mark and we're wondering if this is going anywhere, if there's an overarching thread.
Had there been complaints that the season hadn't been bloody enough?
Brooklyn and the Berkshires?
Nick and Schmidt throw an anniversary party for themselves. The tagline: “Ten years, two hearts, one home.”