The main plot involves Meredith drunkenly setting her hair on fire and Michael — the one serving her all the drinks — forcibly driving her to a rehab center.
You might think this is the start to a metaphor about creationism and evolution. You’d be wrong.
As John Updike once wrote, "His hands were like wild birds."
Is it considered a spoiler if you reveal a plot detail that everyone saw coming for weeks and weeks?
Mia celebrates the release of the book she stole from Hank, Becca learns what it is to love and lose, Charlie destroys his marriage, and Ashby atones for Hank's sins.
Well, after nearly four and a half seasons, we finally got a wedding.
After all the drama, everyone's powers have returned. But the characters continue to be killed off — and also brought back to life.
We can't say we're loving this season, but ho boy, are we ever being treated to some tasty, grade-A acting.
“In Utero” finds nineties-era Hank and Karen contemplating their then-burgeoning relationship; contemporary Hank worrying over a lump on his groin; and Charlie rethinking his marriage.
Sylar flips his hand. Hiro squints real hard. Nathan tries to fly and just falls in the river.
'La Ronde' finds Marcy in treatment; Ashby, Charlie, Hank and Karen keeping (most of) their libidinal impulses in check; and 'Californication' getting all literary.
This season has been all about Dexter's crash course in parenting. First, he learned he's going to be a dad. This week, Miguel emerged as his full-blown sulky wayward teenage son.
Jim's a small-town imp socially just stunted enough to think it's a good idea to buy his parents' house for him and his fiancée without telling her.
When fewer people are watching your show and grumps like us can’t stop ripping on it, this is probably not the worst idea.
"Going Down and Out in Beverly Hills" drags out Hank's anticipation of Janie Jones for yet another episode, but offers up her cleaning lady for a temp job.
This week we see a side of Dexter we haven't seen before: teacher. Also: moron.
Michael's never seemed sadder than at the end of this episode, after being forced to do the walk of shame in Winnipeg.
It's been controlled by a character who was just introduced.
What does it mean to be a friend of a serial killer? Find out!
The show's bad blender drink of family and fornication gets frothier and more toxic this week.
Remember: Schrute Farms is the No. 1 beet-related agro-tourism destination in northeastern Pennsylvania.
This episode finds family and fornication all mixed up.
Even though she’s only been on the show for six episodes, no possible good-bye could do her justice.
The show, finally, is starting to kill people off.
Inspired by episode five's title, we try to find an excuse to say, "Forget it, Hank, it's Vaginatown."