The difficulty in recapping Tell Me You Love Me is that, well, nothing happens.
Hello, McDreamy! Hello, zombie patient! And finally, welcome back, Grey's Anatomy watchers!
Nothing could quite top what happened in the first 25 seconds, but the show certainly tried.
The kids debate the ethics of killing animals and reach a consensus: They feel like chicken tonight.
All the suburban demons really came out to play in this episode.
Nathan Petrelli's beard is a masterpiece.
It's finally here!
Heroin, yes, heroin. Smack, junk, horse.
We'll admit it: The gang really did a bang-up job on Part Two of the hotly anticipated (!), shocking (!), season finale of The Closer.
Instead of getting all tangled up in the disappointing ludicrousness that Weeds has been spiraling into these past couple of weeks, let's focus on a few delightful and hope-giving moments.
Has Letterman mastered the art of the interview to the point he can control a chat while he’s being interviewed, by Oprah no less?
Every year in early September, America's pop stars gather together in one place to promote their crappy albums and to try to make the terrorists hate us even more. And by that measure, last night's MTV Video Music Awards in Las Vegas were a huge success.
Last night’s episode of The Closer delivered not only an engrossing, hard-to-solve case involving the poolside murder of an in-demand Orange County divorce lawyer (police procedural gold!) but also a hefty dose of Brenda Johnson’s Personal Life, resulting in a satisfying double-whammy that will undoubtedly get legions of viewers back in front of the tube next week for the second half of the episode.
Just when we thought the fictional town of Agrestic was a convenient metaphor for all of consumerist California, they go and turn it into the state's rear end.
In Entourage's season finale, "The Cannes Kids," Vince and the Vincettes arrive at the famed festival for a weekend of sun, sand, and backstabbing. No wonder this is the one show we can’t stop watching–slash–can’t stop hating ourselves for watching!
The utter lack of action had us pondering the show's ongoing widespread appeal.
Poverty has struck Agrestic.
For the Big Love finale, the so-clever writers shuffle the character deck like crazy.
This week's episode, "No Cannes Do," features a real, old-fashioned capital-D Dilemma — well, at least until it's neatly swept under the carpet in the last three minutes of the show. Also: Deus ex Kanye! No wonder this is the one show we can't stop watching–slash–can't stop hating ourselves for watching!
You can take your yellow ribbons down now: Rob “Former Marine” Riggle is back from Iraq.
Last night we felt our jadedness morph into a sincerely felt mortification.
After a wild and wonderful ride, we've arrived at the season-two finale of R&B genius R. Kelly's Trapped in the Closet.
The best show on television isn't Big Love or Meerkat Manor.
Another day, another dispatch from the brilliant imagination of Robert Sylvester Kelly.