Bob Newhart was a welcome addition to an episode that otherwise featured Dumb Blonde Penny being dumber than we've seen in awhile and a rather dull story about Bernadette and Howard babysitting—and then losing—Raj's dog.
For a show that spent so much of its time last season pushing the idea that the only way for its graduating seniors to grow, evolve, and experience life to the fullest was to get the hell out of their…
I know I get grumpy about Supernatural's habit of screwing around for half the season before cramming an actual story into the last handful of episodes, and I'm still not ready to condone the practice, but I will say this:…
More Adalind evildoing, please. Less Juliette being Juliette.
"The Living and the Dead" got right back into the swing of things, exploring lingering issues surrounding Artie and Leena, renewing our interest in Claudia's ultimate destiny, and introducing the apparently immortal Dr. Sutton.
"Everybody likes to go to the movies when they're sad."
If any one of the three episodes we've seen thus far has embraced a more traditional case-of-the-week format, it's "The Prisoner." That's not necessarily a bad thing.