“I last had it this short when I was a little kid.”
A Berlin switcheroo.
Berlin: not the German city or the ’80s band. Just a bad guy.
Now there are only two more episodes left this season.
Now that Tom's thumb is broken, of course he can slip out of the handcuffs!
Meet the Undertaker, a man with a fake nose who drinks blended cocktails in his underwear.
My so-called hacker life.
Well, at least now we know for certain what's up with that guy.
Here comes the Dianne Wiest, here comes the Dianne Wiest ...
An old acquaintance of Red's attempts to fink Red.
The team investigates a twisted adoption agency while Red closes in on the mole.
Another episode, another nutty villain.
Frank Whaley at his Frank Whaley–est.
And why it was smart for NBC to take a page out of the CBS playbook.
What to know after this week's fall finale.
James Spader, getting all Spader-y yet again.
A catch-up guide.
Will any second-year network shows surge?
Guess that weird James Spader cage only confused us.
And Sleepy Hollow looks like a legit hit.
As far as I can tell, Red Reddington's sarcasm cannot bend metal.