This episode forwarded an impressive number of plots in preparation for next week's finale.
Kelly Clarkson appeared on this very Christmas-y episode.
There was much angel carnage on this outstanding mid-season finale.
All praises go to the women who guest-starred for delivering the show’s best laughs this season.
Danny delivers one of the best dance sequences of the year.
The first straight-up meh episode of the season.
Twelve performances is a lot for six people. It seemed tough on all of them, even the judges.
Episodes like this are why we keep on watching.
Last night's episode was the show's hundredth, and they pulled out all the stops.
Mama Joyce is definitely drunk all the time, right?
At least the show has the decency to acknowledge that Saul's second "play" is a long shot.
Masters is about as easy as a nuclear bomb.
This episode was like the end of season two, but on steroids.
It’s hard not to be at least a little charmed by puppet versions of every Glee character.
How about that Starbucks chorus, right?
This week's episode was chock full of eighties-comedy attitudes towards virginity.
Kevin and Selita prepare for a baby. Huh?
The gang goes camping and men try to be men.
Finally learning about Melinda May. Also, a ghost.
We’re back in sweet, safe Mindy Project territory again this week.
This season seems committed to showing the descent of Kyle.
This is a great top eight, perhaps the best ever on this show.
Time to kill the evil tree, as one does.
What is to be thought of last night's rhyming episode?
We got some interesting insight into the history of the Florrick family and the future of Lockhart/Gardner.