Prom night, Beatles (and Carrie) style.
Olivia and Fitz have become a slo-mo Benny Hill skit with better clothes.
Stefan versus Damon, Round 14.
Butch Count-city and the Sum-dance Kid to the rescue!
Where the show leaves its characters after season one.
Welcome, new villain/suit!
You want to root for a guy like Derek to find love, but c’mon, dude, open your eyes.
That was a brutal episode.
The blind auditions continue.
Take out the Thor reference and the big-name cameo appearance, and this episode could have been a lost episode of "Burn Notice."
Move over, Walter White — Schmidt is the one who knocks.
Misadventures at a music festival.
It must be hard to be employed as your sister's personal assistant.
The Farhampton Inn is proving to be a promising alternate universe for the characters.
There's so much setup in this season premiere. It'll be a delight to see where it all goes.
This episode hits all of the show's major locations.
Put on your most powerful suit and stripiest tie, we’re back with season five of The Good Wife.
A neutered and spayed Kenny listening to NPR in the Shelby suburbs and working at a rental car joint.
"Felina" has a feeling of Dickensian reckoning, with closure galore, but minus any real sense of hope.
The show is doing something more interesting than simply minimizing liabilities.
Tina Fey gives her blessing to the new kids.
"I'm sorry, Korra. You'll never see your father again." Well, that's one way to end a mentorship.
Weddings and foreign travels on this season premiere.
Last night on Glee, two boys got engaged.
Parenthood is back, and we felt all the feels and cried all the cries.