West Covina’s favorite misanthropic barkeep returns with a new look, and a new sort of chemistry with Rebecca.
With the glorious return of her mother Naomi, Rebecca attempts to cross another item off her list of unfinished business.
An episode centered on a grab-baggy “road trip” theme marks time by throwing characters in new combinations, to no real end.
Faced with a major friendship shake-up, Rebecca responds with quiet grace and maturity — haha, just kidding, she obviously freaks out.
Rebecca’s fame-seeking half-brother crashes the scene to sing, dance, and reveal some unflattering truths about his sister.
Rebecca confronts the ghosts of her past in a Halloween episode.
Season four kicks off with Rachel in the slammer and those around here dealing with fallout from the previous season.
“It was this gigantic declaration that no one saw coming.”
The most obscure jokes, references, Easter eggs, and hidden bits of foreshadowing in Arrested Development.
Season five’s first half concludes with an antic, all-over-the-place episode — and a parade.
Kimmy is reunited with an old friend in an episode that continues the season’s trend of using dark humor to address abuse head-on.
The half-season’s penultimate episode finds Gob working on a new trick and the reveal of the Bluths’ Mexican rivals.
Titus’s attempt to relive his youth via an off-brand production of Beauty and the Beast highlights an episode that lays into some fairy-tale tropes.
The Bluth family has to spring someone from lockup, again, in the best episode of the fifth season so far.
A tech-culture sendup so harmless it verges on toothless.
When did the Bluths get so nasty?
A true-crime documentary detour.
The men of the Bluth family find themselves in denial.
Here it is: the annual episode with Something to Say About Race.
It’s a bottle episode… in a fake bottle.