Not gonna lie, I was a little underwhelmed by "War."
"The Monster Isolation" picked up immediately following Raj's grand speech and hasty departure from the comic shop's lonely hearts V-Day party last week, catching up to him and his date at a coffeeshop where Raj was using his words and…
There's always one terribly awkward and vaguely problematic episode each season and I think we hit ours for Season 8 with "Man's Best Friend With Benefits," which sounded like a really bad idea from the title alone.
"Parking Spot" finally tackled the one burning question left over from Jess and Nick's kissy-face-smoochie time: What does Schmidt think?
Not gonna lie, there's a lot of WTF going on here. But it has the potential to be really fun kind of WTF.
Mark Pellegrino makes everything better. Usually. I mean, it helps when his screentime isn't largely filler, when he does more than rehash a story that, for the most part, we already know.
In a way, Downton Abbey Season 3 was a microcosm of the 1920s played out over a single year. The Crawleys had their rough patches, but they triumphed, and then it seemed as though there was no end to the…
This week on Amazing Trainwrecks in TV History (sometimes referred to as Glee), Emma bailed on her wedding and everyone kept partying because FREE BOOZE, and a bunch of different people had sex with each other.
Rachel-related headaches aside, I like the position "Normandy" leaves us in as we head into next week's finale.