What makes someone a good person? Schmidt really wants to know.
Although Cher was obviously the best guest judge, Ed Sheeran really gave her a run for her money.
Last night was heavy on hyperbole.
It's impressive how quickly Diane's world has unraveled.
Young Masters: So much friendlier, with such unruly hair.
Nucky and Sally, sittin' in a tree ...
Life on the farm seems peaceful now. It isn't.
Moral quandaries for Kenny at Congo Canyon.
Amount of Saul in this episode? Zero.
Bruce Willis took us on a trip down memory lane.
Korra is all but written out of "The Sting."
Crosby finally bonds with his daughter.
"Turn off your phone."
R.I.P. Finn Hudson.
Just another dad, talking about mastodons.
Nice but ultimately ineffectual usage of waffles as a diversionary tactic.
If you thought that you’d be spared truly dark stuff after last season’s Asylum … you thought wrong.
Rayna's vocal problem: a convenient way to get Connie Britton to stop singing?
A fly catfish who nearly passes for a dude poses as a well-known rapper.
The club suffers its biggest loss of the season.
As strong as ever.
Even when the show doesn't make total narrative sense, it can't help but fire off great one-liners.
Schmidt is at his best when he's at his worst.
At last, a supervillain!
Crashing, burning, and then soaring on the Sesh.