"Man With a Plan" was a Mad Men microcosm of the nationwide turmoil of 1968, as the celebratory tone surrounding the merger of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce and Cutler, Gleason, and Chaough very, very quickly imploded once the realities of…
Gold star, Da Vinci's Demons. I enjoyed this this one immensely.
In retrospect, Glee's fourth season had all the ups and downs that we've come to associate with the show, and "All or Nothing" was representative of that.
After a somewhat lackluster-aside-from-the-wonderfulness-of-Bob-Newhart return to the worst aspects of TBBT in last week's episode, this week's quest pulled us back into the sudden love of character development the show has apparently developed during its sixth season.
Let's talk favorites before we head into the second round of finals next week.
There's always someone or something more powerful than the Winchesters and historically they've always managed to rise above such things, but for the first time in a long time, it appears that there might be something they can't beat.
"Kiss of the Muse" was the rare Grimm episode where the case of the week actually intertwined with a major aspect of the overall seasonal story, or even intertwined with the story at all.
Watching Nick and Jess fumble toward a definition of what they are, fight their mutual feelings, and eventually come together time and again has been one of the most surprisingly enjoyable aspects of New Girl's second season.
Last week's mid-season premiere didn't have much time to fully explore the ramifications of Artie's acts while under the influence of the evil-doing astrolabe, but it's okay because that's what this week's episode was for.
The aftermath of "For Immediate Release" will undoubtedly change the face of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce for good... starting with what is certain to be a name change and a sudden client shakeup that leaves Jaguar and Vicks Chemical out and Chevrolet in.