Whoomp — there it (namely, perfect usage of the beeping countdown clock) is!
Pamela, the heartbreaker who left Louie in the season-two finale, is back.
Louie doesn’t understand any of the women around him, and it’s not for lack of trying.
"The Strategy" is a little cathedral of a show, one of the great hours of Mad Men.
Welcome to London, Madam Vice-President and her overstuffed, overwhelmed entourage!
Pied Piper heads to TechCrunch Disrupt.
How amazing is it that this show continues to be this good after five seasons?
There were a number of moments last night that felt downright uplifting, given how grim this show is.
There are SNL episodes with a lot of cameos, and then there's last night's episode.
This week's big reveal is twofold.
It’s the 500th episode! What an accomplishment! But seriously, this show is killing us.
We're glad that last night’s season finale didn’t end with a car crash or some other calamitous event.
Tensions are rising, and toupées are being acknowledged.
Season nine has not been as bad as it could've been, but too frequently it's felt like homework.
Let's give it up for Ramona, who crafted her plot to escape the Berkshires to perfection.
Glee ended its fifth season, and it still hasnt’t quite figured out what to be now.
Last night, Louie kept bringing us to wildly uncomfortable and deeply scary places.
Tonight’s hour of 24 illustrated how sometimes padding is necessary.
This week, Jared put his trust in technology, with dire, Christopher Cross–infused results.
Things slow down just a little bit before the season finale.
What's the counterculture, and what's the Establishment?
It was great to see Peter Dinklage come roaring back to life in this episode.
Sarah has big problems to worry about this week.
It’s “Love Night,” which is a theme that is utterly without meaning.