Lust is in the air as we head back to Crazytown.
A British invasion has finally arrived. Who's stumbling on those long 'a''s and soft 't''s?
Plus: Bill Maher! Restaurants! YA Lit!
Only they know for sure.
Seems to us that she's on the same career arc as Pam Anderson.
Only one episode before the hiatus and we've had not a single guinea pig devoured in someone's huge, yawning maw.
Plus: Winnie Mandela gets a biopic! The Mol strikes again! And it's curtains for ‘Oleanna’!
"I think that when you combine the word 'douche' with its twin sister 'bag,' that I think is the problem."
The episode culminates in his deployment of the "Scuba Diver."
Plus: Bob Saget! Abigail Spencer! And more Anna Faris!
Just ask Michael Buble.
Three of the women Hank's sleeping with arrive on his doorstep early one morning, along with their husbands, children, stripper buddies, his agent, and Rick Springfield.
Looks like someone made the life of that Harvard professor who's going to be teaching a class on the show just a bit easier.
A riotously funny episode that played like a 'Seinfeld' reunion show.
Trinity is cracking up, ready for another round of killing.
She's not the only character undergoing a massive transformation during what's shaping up to be one of the series' most thought-provoking seasons yet.
The 19-year-old first-time TV actor talks about landing the part, playing a gay role model, and his first big solo.
Plus: Old people singing and robots!
Being nervous is forgiveable, but being unprepared? Not so much.
Also the Parents Television Council are the New York Times' bitches.
Trouble erupts when strangers are brought into the hospital.
Pure fan fiction, minus the part where Jack tells Liz to take off everything but her glasses.
Mark messes with the future, but he may just have messed it up.
Jeff and Annie make oral arguments.
A bratty teenager with supernatural powers teaches Walter and Peter a lesson about family. Aw.