"You were an interesting person to know, Nancy Botwin."
For the first time, we are seeing unequivocally that Nancy just does not get it.
The network just passed on four high-profile pilots they ordered, leaving them in a development hole.
It's judgment day for Nancy. As much as Mayor Esteban wants not to believe that the woman he loves is a snitch, Cesar is hell-bent on finding proof. And he does!
Jenji Kohan has some serious moxie.
She eats some ayawaska, a rocket ship to peyote’s bicycle.
The lifelong theater geek was so excited about replacing Jonathan Groff that he started a week early.
'It's a little quirky to masturbate to pictures of your mother.'
Nancy does what she does best this week: shows impeccable irony in the face of absurd crisis. Sincerity, too.
The mother-love theme is really growing legs.
If Mary Louise-Parker wins this Emmy, it will be for perfecting the White Lady Who Gets Away With Everything.
This episode played out like a confused adventure satire: 'Rush Hour 3' meets 'Bonnie and Clyde.'
Last night, hot on the heels of their very first Emmy nomination, the writers truly delivered.
'The Wire' and 'Family Guy' highlight lists full of surprises.
There were, appropriately, a lot of references to the S-word this episode; our crew is deep in it.
Ashes fall from the sky, and Nancy and her boys hotfoot it to a beach town on the Mexican border, inaugurating the young season’s drug-smuggling plotline.