Dots one through four.
Don is finally fascinated by his own catastrophe again.
With an episode that focused solely on the three main pairings, it’s worth taking a look at how they’re progressing, and their chances at success.
And a woman's head explodes.
Forster has had about two minutes of screen time, and already this feels like a different show.
Having renounced 'Entourage,' we're now free to recap a far-less-guilty pleasure: 'Californication'!
In this season's penultimate episode, the clouds — and the waves — suddenly break, and a light shines down upon a few chosen ones.
Everyone suspects everyone else of not being quite what they seem.
The good news: a mock delivery involving Dwight. The bad: the return of Jan.
This episode prominently featured 'Can't Fight This Feeling,' the REO Speedwagon megahit of the mid-eighties!
Last night, we officially threw up our hands.
Knee-deep in season five, our pleasure centers only feebly buzzing and our guilt mounting, we no longer feel that we can in good faith continue to recap this show.
Betty gets some much-needed rest while everyone else goes haywire.
The show seems to be prepping for a complicated question: "Are you ready to dislike Dexter again?"
Not to get too ahead of ourselves, but how will 'The Office' recover from losing Amy Ryan?
Of all the preposterous, half-wit moments in 'Heroes' history, a five-second scene in last night’s episode might have truly taken the taco.
The guys, Eric Roberts, and Eric Roberts's drugs head to the desert for some high-spirited soul-searching.
With just four episodes left, the pace is quickening. And this week, the show goes even darker.
This week's episode is titled "Finding Freebo," and the good news is, Dexter finds him and kills him, so now Freebo's dead.
This episode, a fiery explosion at a Williamsburg construction site causes widespread panic. But fear not: TV on the Radio are not harmed in the blast.
With all the different permutations 'Heroes' has gone through, the one thing it has never been is a buddy-cop movie. Well, check that off the list.
Vince recognizes his lowered place in the Hollywood firmament, Eric learns that success and loyalty might not go together, and Drama sinks further into his broken-hearted alcoholic haze.
There's a big, shocking, bum-bum-bum reveal at the episode's end, which constitutes a spoiler, so be warned!
Betty is still on a tear. And Don isn't the only guy who gets the heave-ho.
For about three seasons, devoted ‘Office’ fans have been waiting for the shoe to drop on the Pam and Jim relationship, but the perils of their plotline were obvious from the first episode.