Despite the title and the promo and pretty much everything we knew about "A Faire to Remember" going in, this episode was very much a Claudia's-life-is-so-freaking-sad-and-don't-you-ever-forget-it story.
With just three episodes left in the season, Grimm seems no closer to resolving any of its marvelous messes.
In honor of this week's Administrative Professionals Appreciation shenanigans, Dawn's promotion, and Shirley's amazing sass, we thought it was high time the secretarial pool at Sterling Cooper Blah Blah Blah got some love.
"Opening Night" was essentially an obnoxious PSA that wasn't particularly special. However, it occasionally felt like a low-key series finale: Will has finally came to terms with his Lima Loser status, and Rachel is living her dream.
I don't even know what to say, you guys. This episode just didn't matter.
What an improvement over last week's snoozefest of a season premiere!
"A Day's Work" was a busy episode, featuring an extended secretary shuffle, a 100-percent more racist Bert Cooper, a special father-daughter day for Don and Sally, and more.
I'll admit it: As soon as the credits rolled for "Meta Fiction," I hated it. I didn't hate it with the venom reserved for "Season Seven, Time for a Wedding," or "Taxi Driver," but I hated it.
"Tested" turned out to be one of those Glee episodes that actually manages to be funny and enlightening without being awful or preachy—even with the show's patented weird anti-sex core at the center of everything.
"Big News" ushered in a decidedly ensemble-driven remainder of the season and I'm really starting to feel like New Girl's gonna end on a high note.
In a way, "Endless Terror" fell short as a premiere, though I'll admit that it was mostly the knowledge of this being Warehouse 13's final season that raised my expectations so high.
With the temporary sorta conclusion to the Monster Baby storyline, Grimm has regained its momentum and then some.
"No Way Out" made some bold moves.