"The Proton Transmogrification" was a goofy, funny, Star Wars-y episode with all the obligatory geeky trappings, but it also contained some genuine emotion and a sincere celebration of why being a nerd is a wonderful thing.
Plus: Game of Thrones continues to dominate, Yahoo! has original programming plans, and Sarah Silverman is up for some Sex.
Plus: CBS announces its season finale dates, Patton Oswalt is gonna be an Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., and George R.R. Martin wants to make a Game of Thrones movie.
That means it'll definitely live through Season 10. Can you name the three other live-action comedies to reach Season 10 since 2000?
How many nerd sketches is too many nerd sketches?
Plus: Donal Logue's moving to Gotham, Will Forte is the Last Man on Earth, and Jeffrey Dean Morgan's getting Shameless.
Best V-Day ever or best V-Day ever? What say you?
Plus: From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series has a premiere date and a trailer, The Returned will be back in 2014, and Chuck's Morgan goes Crazy.
Plus: A possible tenth season for Bones, Demi Lovato's out at The X Factor, and Fred Armisen is headed back to Brooklyn.
Homeland is also nominated. Because it's not easy acting like your show hasn't gone to crazy town.
The CW toned down a self-pleasure scene in Reign's series premiere; here's a list of shows that weren't too scared to, uh, finish.
PLUS: David Boreanaz isn't leaving Bones, Steve Carell's got a new show in the works, and The Big Bang Theory is getting artsy.
Plus: MythBusters has an official date with The Walking Dead, a Bunhead has found new work on ABC Family, and Colin Hanks joins FX's Fargo.
Plus: Game of Thrones casting, Laura Benanti is visiting Elementary, and A&E is bringing back the dead.
Plus: Jack Coleman is in for a Scandal, a Warehouse 13 vet has been taken Hostage, and the creator of The Secret Circle has a new project in the works.
Plus: This year's Creative Arts Emmys have been handed out, The Walking Dead adds a cast member, and Sons of Anarchy sets a record.
Plus: ABC's going revolutionary, Ben Affleck's making the jump to TV, and Chrstine Baranski's returning to The Big Bang Theory.
The Emmys are right around the corner, which means it's time to talk at length about the Emmys.
In preparation for the fall season, we've decided to revisit some of the shows and characters that've been absent from the airwaves since May through the filter of one of TV's most fun elements: luuuuuuuurve. (Okay and sex and the potential for it too, but mostly good ol' fashioned luuuuuuuurve.)
Plus: Gravity Falls gets good news, a real housewife is in trouble, and Lindsay Lohan will guest-host a talk show.