Robots, a Mr. Robot, and Patrick Stewart doing cocaine are definitely on our list this year.
Barry and Joe turned to the original Trickster for assistance when a copycat arrived to terrorize Central City.
Raylan and Boyd crossed paths and three bodies dropped in another fantastic episode.
The pilot of Fox's newest comedy was a sloppy mess to start, but can its "weird" characters save it?
"The Exterminator" was another fun episode that forced Liv to look inside herself while introducing a larger threat.
"One Door Closes" flashed back to the day that S.H.I.E.L.D. fell, in an attempt to answer all our lingering questions about Bobbi and Mack's loyalties. Meanwhile, Skye found an ally in Gordon.
The singer got what was coming to him on Monday night.
"Pimento" leaves Better Call Saul teetering on the edge as we head into next week's Season 1 finale.
If I were at a restaurant I would kiss my fingertips and go “MWAH!” because “Best Laid Plans” was an all you-can-eat feast of crazy.
No big resolutions and not-so-solid set-up left "Conquer" feeling like a pretty plain outing instead of the 90-minute send-off it should have been.
Alicia navigated the spoils of victory while the firm dealt with being hacked.
While "Double Date" disappointed in some big ways, just like with so many other Grimm episodes, the questions and considerations raised by its flaws managed to elevate the hour just a little bit higher than it would otherwise rank.
It's hard to imagine a more perfect sendoff for Zoe and the entire whimsical world of Hart of Dixie than the cheerful "Bluebell."
I'm not sure what I just watched, but I liked it.
The comedian's first week of shows spanned only three days, but we're starting to get the gist of what he's working toward. Here's a rundown of the good, the bad, and the in-between.
Hooray, more Men of Letters stories!