This episode was all over the place — until that very last scene.
It's hard to follow Melissa McCarthy.
Dress rehearsal time!
Stop worrying and love the bomb.
Jimmy Iovine really gave it to Lazaro last night, huh?
Finding out that Ron Swanson can be felled by illness is like finding out there are people on Earth who are taller than your dad.
Jim and Pam talk it out. But not with each other.
Who knew it would take a bunch of puppets to help Community deliver its strongest episode of the season?
No one's saying Glee isn't allowed to try to tackle big issues like school shootings. The show's just not very good at it.
Matt Zoller Seitz's second favorite episode of the season, after "Gregory."
There were bad influences all over last night’s episode.
Ladies and gentlemen, the songs of Burt Bacharach.
The continuing adventures of the Dunphy house flippers.
Holy cow, it's the last day of blind auditions.
A bachelorette party and Winston sends a roomful of women a very NSFW pic of Nick.
Minister Casey thought better of his holier-than-thou attitude toward Mindy, and now they are dating. Also, Josh is a coke addict.
Apparently Hardy’s been getting to crime scenes a little too late and not stopping bad guys from getting away since he was a boy!
Usher should arrive on a motorcycle at the beginning of every episode.
Porsha and Kenya, all night.
We catch up with everyone else and Diana Rigg shows up as the Dowager Countess of Westeros.
This sixth season premiere feels like a direct continuation of themes from season five.
Sing, sing a song!
Liza Minnelli brings the magic.
Despite it being only her second time hosting.
This show's been on a roll lately, so we're a bit forgiving of last night's subpar episode.