A flustered Eli and a major Florrick/Agos victory? What a delightful episode.
Boardwalk Empire is at its best when it can strike a balance between being obvious and very obscure.
Farewell, you crazy show.
Catching up with the Governor.
We're coming to terms with the fact that Homeland is a show in which the characters don’t make the same decisions that actual humans would.
The musician was game and goofy, sometimes to the point of distraction.
A a delightful double feature.
I, like any sane, rational human being, welcome the presence of Paul Wesley’s face.
That one was sort of heartbreaking.
It was basically nineties night on Parks and Rec.
If you are anything but Team Mellie after this episode, then just get out of here.
America got to choose who got saved last night.
Everyone is armed to the teeth in this episode, even the mothers and the grandmothers.
See, episodes can be funny without undercutting tension or emotional depth.
Good episode, but this show really needs to figure out what to do with Skye before it's too late.
The guys play Cyrano for Mindy.
Kevin goes on a date. She turns out to be crazy. What a surprise!
Winston is the new Jess. Or maybe he was Jess all along.
Have you ever seen anyone faint that elegantly?
We were down to the top twelve on last night's episode.
The Horseman wants his head.
Bryan Cranston returns as tyrannical architect Hammond Druthers.
Christmas is not about winning, unless you are Kenny Powers.
Tensions are still high as we return to a typical case of the week episode.
This week's episode managed to build up a good head of steam.