This episode played out like a confused adventure satire: 'Rush Hour 3' meets 'Bonnie and Clyde.'
Last night, hot on the heels of their very first Emmy nomination, the writers truly delivered.
There were, appropriately, a lot of references to the S-word this episode; our crew is deep in it.
Ashes fall from the sky, and Nancy and her boys hotfoot it to a beach town on the Mexican border, inaugurating the young season’s drug-smuggling plotline.
Our patience actually paid off!
This season is becoming something we never expected: a love story between two of its oldest characters!
We’ve accepted the fact that there are some narratives we’re emotionally invested in every week — and that others concern half-Cylon babies and imaginary opera houses.
We can't believe Big dies!
When Ryan made the terrible announcement last night, we thought of nothing but the immortal lines from Housman.
Not that it makes any difference to the show's cheat-happy producers.
Did we really need a subplot where Gaeta tries to recover from the loss of his partly amputated right leg by warbling mournful arias while resting in sickbay?
Something bad, bad, bad is about to happen, some event that left our favorite people looking deeply screwed-up in that big, empty airplane.
Competent, daffy, diplomatic and, yeah, even a little vulnerable, Ryan classed up every scene she was in!
Why was Syesha Mercado eliminated?
Tragically, Syesha will not be in next week's all-David season finale.
Friday's episode was one of the most moving — and also dropped huge clues about Earth and the identity of the final Cylon model!
As soon as we understood this episode was a Locke backstory, we felt preemptively distressed. After all, the man's history is all retro humiliations and “Don't tell me what to do.”
Like most shows affected by the strike, The Office's rhythm has been off ever since it returned.
Why was Jason Castro eliminated?
He sang "I Shot the Sheriff"! We can't believe it either!
Meanwhile, this episode was all about how people manage to maintain their basic decency in impossible situations, so who better to shine than the quietly heroic Helo?
We'll admit this was a decent episode, if only because it made us care about the whole Jack/Kate thing, and not just what their hair looks like.
We were only granted one brief scene with the burly warehouse leader, but we were reminded again why we think a spin-off sitcom with him as the lead would be the driest, most deadpan brilliant show on television.
Why was Brooke White eliminated?
The American dream is a sham!