“I keep looking for a way that this doesn’t make sense, but I can’t find any.”
“Staying married is hard. Staying happily married is damn near impossible.”
Is this the start of a villainous turn for Frances?
Robert can’t handle a world of Warby Parker glasses and Euro-cut suits.
The holidays are a tricky time for the DuFresnes.
Robert is a total buffoon.
“It’s like the first day of divorce school!”
For once, Robert isn’t painted as a one-dimensional buffoon.
Frances, you are a bad friend.
The Divorce pilot is chilly, staccato, and depressing.
Farewell, you crazy show.
Christmas is not about winning, unless you are Kenny Powers.
Right from the beginning, it was clear this episode was going to be rough.
In this episode, Hyde Kenny comes out in full-force.
Guy invites Kenny to be on his team in an upcoming charity dragonboat race.
Moral quandaries for Kenny at Congo Canyon.
Crashing, burning, and then soaring on the Sesh.
A neutered and spayed Kenny listening to NPR in the Shelby suburbs and working at a rental car joint.
In which Mike breaks up with his girlfriend Headband, sort of.
The final reunion episode is a cornucopia of dicks, disses and delights.