Are you a Dean, a Jess, or a Logan?
“[I’m] an actor, not a celebrity.”
“You don’t know who’s going to come out on top. It can go either way.”
A fresh prince squares off against a pair of resilient girls. If anything, you could say this match was rare. Will you follow where it leads?
Everything goes sideways for Louie.
It’s Louie versus the Youth this season, and the kids are winning.
It’s over! And jeez, what an ending. Did you buy it? Did you shout, “Oh, come on!” at your TV and then eat a fistful of Red Vines like I did?
This episode takes you in and out of reality in a way that’s just as tense and infuriating as the real-life desire to wake up from a bad dream.
I’ve needed some kind of cereal-box decoder to understand Phaedra since last year.
Is this role-play gone bad, or sexual exploration that’s gone too far?
This episode is about the reluctance that shapes Louie’s life and decision-making process at every turn.
This reunion just got great — or completely awful, depending on your tolerance for yelling.
Louie will shake a scene around until you’re 180 degrees away from where you started.
We ended the season as we began it: with most of the cast trying to figure out how to be friends, and with NeNe on the outs.
The one with the masterfully done poop joke.
Why in the goddamn hell are we finding ways to give men more control of our vaginas?
Louie’s weirdness is back this season, but in its more sitcom-y form.
What good is charity if no one sees it? Isn’t that the first chapter in Dianetics?
We only have psychology to blame for whatever happens in the next two episodes.