Though he’s often talked about as a solo artist, Conor Oberst has a long history of collaborative projects.
Kara and Emma both cut their mom a break; Dash declines to kill a unicorn.
This show is never subtle about its themes.
You can check into Ocean Park Hospital, but you can never check out. Also, Kara and Leo try and fail to act like it never happened.
Nurse Jackson finally gets a love interest; Emma has a rough homecoming.
Who needs subtext?
“Where’s the stripper?”
Everything falls apart without Nurse Jackson around.
Buster takes Lucille’s incarceration the hardest.
Mr. George Maharis, Risk Taker.
No matter what you thought of the last couple of seasons, this was a heartwarming good-bye.
In many ways, this penultimate episode of The Office felt like the real cap to this season.
Andy goes all in, and then also goes on the car. Dwight has a good day.
Andy gets his big break; Jim and Pam show their appreciation.
Jim and Pam talk it out. But not with each other.
The office can’t wait for their show to start. Well, maybe Oscar and Angela can.
NBC tries to salvage a failed spinoff. They shouldn’t have bothered.
Dwight and Angela reconnect; Andy gets his revenge.
Andy is back. Perhaps not for long.