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.
The teams have been assembled.
Now with even more Billy Zabka.
Did you learn nothing from Stringer Bell, Alicia?
Carrie: Cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs.
Slowing down the action.
If you somehow had not been aware that Miley Cyrus has transformed into a twerking baby doll, this episode let you know.
No more tears? Yeah, right.
Olivia and Fitz have become a slo-mo Benny Hill skit with better clothes.
Where the show leaves its characters after season one.
You want to root for a guy like Derek to find love, but c’mon, dude, open your eyes.
That was a brutal episode.
The blind auditions continue.
Take out the Thor reference and the big-name cameo appearance, and this episode could have been a lost episode of "Burn Notice."