Including how to prep your “I’m staring at my husband while my husband stares at the moon” face.
The series plunges into the past to explore Jack and Nicky’s history with the Vietnam War. (It’s a pretty sad history.)
Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner’s follow-up to ‘Girls’ debuts by assembling a cast of sure-to-clash characters for a short camping trip.
Meredith goes on a date with a Very Special Guest Star, Alex struggles with his new job, and it all feeds into a crossover with another series.
Everything you need to know before jumping back in.
Kate continues to search for a solution to her fertility issues while Randall makes a big decision.
Alex’s first day as Chief of Surgery hits some bumps while an apparently drunk shop teacher checks in with a truly rare condition.
The series gives us a look at the Pearsons’ post-Jack life in the late-’90s and it’s not pleasant.
Alex gets a promotion, Meredith has sexy dreams, and a dangerous surgery gets performed inside a hyperbaric chamber in a busy two-part premiere.
The series returns with a story of the early days of Jack and Rebecca’s relationship and a cryptic look at the future.
From misty tears to heaving sobs, This Is Us has an episode for every kind of crying situation. Don’t forget the tissues!
Including the fact that Judi Dench takes all the good parts, and that Maggie Smith has yet to watch Downton Abbey.
We examine the best — and worst — teen love interests, from Jake Ryan to Peter Kavinsky.
The shapeshifting series’ first season comes to an eventful, seemingly tragic conclusion.
The baddest witch around.
Harry and John make a tense journey to the Sanctum in an episode featuring some of the series’ scariest moments.
What goes on in Sanctum when Dr. Ben’s not around? A lot, it turns out, despite his best attempts to make its women follow his rules.
Harry and June find betrayal (again!) while they search for help.
A flashback reveals information about Dr. Halvorson’s past, but a YouTube clip could spell trouble for our young lovers.
The season ends with major changes for everyone and a seriously clogged sewer.
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