Lifetime-movie tales and a whole lot of shrieking drive Simon to his sickbed.
Why, at the season's halfway point, did the show decide to half-ass a crucial episode — only its second in its new time slot?
The writers now seem comfortable playing with melodramatic scenarios and gleefully upending our expectations.
As season nine begins, is his farewell tour the beginning of the end for the show?
'Fringe' may not be perfect, but it’s sure a hell of a lot of better now than it was when they made this episode.
Barney goes after a hot bartender, while Ted gets closer than ever to the mother.
It can’t be a good thing that there are new, 'Mad Men'-esque credits, can it?
Barkley was fine, but the night belonged to Alicia Keys.
"Gym, tanning, laundry. You know, that's how they, like, make the guidos."
We're back with a corker of an episode — which is unfortunately named “The Toilet Bowl.”
We returned from winter break to high stakes.
"I'm a vet tech. I save animals, I don't kill them."
What up with that?
Chill out, Freckles McGee.
New people, new situations. The only thing that isn't new is how much we're loving it all.
While Robin tangles with her new co-worker/future-love-interest, the gang tries to quit smoking.
A duel pregnancy scare has many 'Betty' characters contemplating changed futures.
Hank is a sloshed, sad King Poseidon to his mermaids.
A shocking ending.
Take that, Kanye!
"Yo, seriously, she's like on a whole 'nother level on pickles."
A tasteful potpourri of jokes designed to please every race, color, creed, and brow (high or low).
The final episode of 2009 is a slam-bang suspense piece.
We are hesitant to be too Scroogy here. But …