ONE IN, ONE OUT
Shonda Rhimes' PR drama will return, but the hyped Texas soap has been cut.
A volley of eleventh-hour developments set our belles up for a spicier Season 2, should the show get one.
A TEXAS-SIZED MESS
I had a number of problems with this episode, none of which are easy to explain. So let's talk about the good stuff that happened instead.
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SEASON PASS OR FAIL
Find out what we're sticking with and what we're deleting from our DVRs, then tell us what YOU'RE still watching in the comments.
"Forbidden Fruit" was another solidly plotted cartoon.
THIS EPISODE BY THE NUMBERS
Let's break down the fourth, make-it-or-break-it episode of GCB episode scene by scene, and if it can rack up 75 arbitrarily assigned points, it's a pass!
SCHEDULE YOUR TV
Plus: Michael Imperioli will play doctor with NBC, series following Braveheart's main man in development, and spend Saturday Night with Sofia Vergara.
EVERYTHING'S BIGGER IN TEXAS
The second installment of ABC's Texas soap misses the points on Texan behavior and has a lop-sided view of the state's people.
WRITE ON, YA'LL
Amanda gets into some serious beef with Carlene at Boobylicious and Sharon scarfs down cotton candy at the pep-rally to trump all pep-rallies.
BIGGER, BUT BETTER?
ABC's catty, Texas-sized soap has plenty of potential and plenty of potential pitfalls.
(THE TITLE STANDS FOR "GOOD CHRISTIAN B*TCHES")
We've jotted down some answers to the questions you might have about ABC's newest drama to help you decide whether to tune in or not.
... but it renews The Borgias and Nurse Jackie, ABC changes a Bitches name again, and Ashton's Men contract is short.
We've got the trailers for ABC's new shows, including Charlie's Angels, Last Man Standing, and Once Upon a Time.