From Mr. Chips to Scarface, and everything in between.
The co-creator of Better Call Saul talks season four, Jimmy’s transformation, and the possibility of future spinoffs.
“I thought, if they had been ice skaters, wouldn’t it be so cool to have this dance between them?”
“As usual with The Affair, everybody’s to blame.”
“I would hate for Oleg to die just for the sake of a tearjerker.”
The Conner family finally catches a break.
Roseanne and Dan deal with some of the unspoken indignities of the working class.
Amy and Sheldon get married, and even in an episode full of guest stars, the real payoff comes with the vows.
“Would I choose that dress? No. It felt like a little bit much to me. But for Amy, did I think it was appropriate? Yes.”
“Go Cubs” initially makes a major misstep, but delivers a worthwhile message of tolerance, albeit somewhat clumsily.
Jerry O’Connell is perfectly cast as Sheldon’s older brother Georgie.
And why the YouTube revival of their ‘80s classic is “a similar angle to Creed.”
Jackie faces down her contentious relationship with mama Beverly.
It’s Amy Farrah Fowler’s wedding, and she’ll look like “a pile of swans” if she wants to.
If Neil Gaiman walks into a comic-book store but isn’t recognized, was he ever really there?
Darlene and David’s love story just isn’t meant to be.
The mastermind behind AMC’s Walking Dead universe talks Negan, crossover episodes, and possible spinoffs.
What a difference one really great line and some really bad Riverdancing can make.
“Eggs Over, Not Easy” is the closest thing yet to old-school Roseanne.
Let the Sheldon versus Leonard tenant-board skirmish begin!
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