We've compiled some of the most insightful, delightful, and just plain weird Bob Benson theories for your consideration, and added a few of our own.
Everybody slept with everybody else—literally and figuratively—this week.
Episode 2 was more lighthearted and direct in a way that the pilot, while still strong enough to draw in an audience, was not.
Sometimes, it's worse to know everything than to blissfully go about knowing nothing.
Starz's latest drama follows a twenty-something Leonardo Da Vinci through the streets, sewers, and surrounding countryside of Florence as he "invents the future." But should the show be a part of YOUR future? Here's our take.
"Shooting Star" wasn't perfect. It wasn't even in the same ballpark as perfect. But I think it was at least been standing in the parking lot of the ballpark, because what Glee did well in "Shooting Star," it did very well.
We all know that Cece and Shevrang aren't meant to be.
"Ruh Roh" was a strong ending to a season that had its share of ups and downs.
The darkness that permeated Mad Men's fifth season doesn't appear to be dissipating, even though the firm itself appeared to be flourishing when we caught up with Don, Joan, Roger and the others in the days leading up to New Year's Eve 1968.