Maloof's no-show on last night's reunion was a big middle finger to the entire RHOBH audience.
Because why not put Nat King Cole in a Marilyn musical? They were both alive at the same time!
Night two of blind auditions was far less intense than night one.
Ellie Kemper returned on last night's episode and the gang headed to Staten Island.
Ava's soul was at stake in last night's penultimate episode.
We got to meet the rest of Nick's relatives. At a funeral.
Ryan tries to protect Claire from her ex-husband, and he proves extremely competent. Just kidding!
Credit where credit is due — that was a fantastic season finale.
Let's commence with Vulture's first Voice recap, shall we?
Last night's episode was unexpectedly moving.
Shenanigans in white tie, a whodunit in flashbacks, and loads of drunken Irishmen make for one of the loopiest episodes ever.
Merle finally became a somewhat complex character.
For all the nonsense, at least last night's episode had a happy ending.
Glee just loves to follow terrible episodes with pretty good ones like last night's.
Okay, so the show has been tilted a bit on its axis.
When do Huck and Quinn get their own spinoff show?
Abed goes Animal House.
Is Lazaro our new Sanjaya?
In which Elizabeth is reminded by the KGB that she's married, but not really.
Can we please retire Beatles Night before an entire generation grows up thinking this is how Beatles songs sound?
The setup at the end of last week's episode made some big promises for this week's.
Everyone save Winston got facially bruised in last night's episode.
This thing about the show moving to Saturday nights has really bummed us out.
Mindy's birthday was celebrated in last night's out of sequence episode.
This time, Ryan's on time ... but someone still gets stabbed.