Amid the constant flurry of drunken slap fights, ugly crying, and awkward machismo, the long-running reality series offers one of the more interesting examples of serialized reality TV.
Dr. Vogel's role in Dexter's life increased and we learned a lot more about the origins of the Code in an improved second episode.
Aside from the major controversies, what stands out about Season 15 so far?
In the aftermath of LaGuerta's death, Dexter and Deb are more estranged than ever.
Can American Horror Story grab even more nominations than last year, or will other minis like Top of the Lake, Political Animals, and The Bible cut into its hold? And are they all just lining up to get bulldozed by Behind the Candelabra?
Which houseguests made the biggest initial impact?
Will Dexter live? Will Quinn continue to be worthless? What do YOU want to see as the series comes to a close?
Will the love for Homeland continue after a disappointing second season? Can high-profile new shows like House of Cards, The Americans, and The Newsroom break into already-jam-packed races?
Will Modern Family continue to dominate? Will Girls or Louie piggyback on last year's successes and grab even more wins? And will Arrested Development make a triumphant return to its former Emmy glory?