On a largely unoriginal night, most of the dozen women came out desperately trying to sound like someone famous.
Someone’s been piping pheromones into CTU headquarters. And that's not even the most ridiculous thing this week!
Gun smuggling! Bomb threats! Execution-style killings! Unhappy uteruses!
Jed and Cord emerge as heroes, while Jeff and Jordan show the advantages of knowing you're not that bright.
'Caprica' finally shows off its chops, and we lap it up.
The Heroes draw lines early while the Villains rally behind an ailing Boston Rob.
The judges break all the news, and we finally have our top 24.
Ahh, now that was satisfying.
The judges start narrowing down to 24, and take their sweet time to give semi-finalists ample time for coronary episodes.
What is it that separates Jack Bauer from Renee Walker — and the terrorists?
Two 'Big Brother' alums and a beauty-pageant contestant famous for inarticulateness lead the pack.
A semi-shocking end to this season’s most intriguing story line.
Rote as a Valentine's Day dinner out — but for one scary-brilliant clip.
Ron gives Leslie the hard truth about Justin.
In which the show frustratingly toys with the central Jeff-Britta relationship.
Her brassy presence as the new owner threatens to overwhelm the show.
Season twenty begins with a vicious all-star battle on the beach.
Betty becomes a spotter of talent — but would you trust her taste?
Two Lady Gaga covers, one Fleetwood Mac, and a whole lot of late-night tears.
This is a strange sort of finale to process for the 'FNL' faithful.
Degeneres proves able to criticize in her maiden voyage at the judges' table.
This episode suggests a mystical explanation for this recapper's fall from faith: There is a darkness growing in me and once it reaches my heart, I may not be the fan I once was.
Also, lots of talk about ducks.
The show about terrorist nukes scoffs at the idea of terrorist nukes.
At what point does Bill pinch Christopher’s nose shut, letting him choke to death, after their SUV goes off the road?