“We’re always on the lookout for the hot, new thing, and we never take the time to appreciate what we have now.”
“Homeland” learns the hard way to fear the artists lest they art at you! With critical graffiti that makes it on the air on your very own show.
“Is this a watch that warns him about a future murder or a watch that warns him about a future case of the squirts? Because let’s face it, both of those would be equally useful.”
When the FBI comes a-knockin’, Lucious and Cookie put aside their differences, call a truce, and decide to co-produce a music video together. It doesn’t go well.
Like his character on “Grandfathered,” John Stamos admits that he is ready to be settle down. Let’s play matchmaker and decide with whom!
It’s election day! And Halloween! And prison time! Plus, the requisite murders. Man, if you’re gonna cram this much into one measly hour, no wonder there’s no time to make it make sense.
FOX is cutting Minority Report’s freshman season short, but the recaps round on for now. This week, Dash gets laid, thanks to a totally botched vision. See, sometimes it’s a good thing to suck at your job.
Season 2 of “Jane the Virgin” is here, and so is Jane’s baby!!! Aaaaaaaaand now it’s gone. Better get used to kidnappings if you’re gonna live in a telenovela, little guy.
“Glee” takes a cheap shot at easy ratings with a school shooting that wasn’t. Just how far off the mark were they? Let’s recap.
Detective Jim Gordon is moving up in the world under the wing of Gotham’s new top cop. Meanwhile, kidnapping Penguin’s mother seems like an especially dumb move on behalf of the city’s new top bad guy.
It’s time to dive into this week’s Quantico recap, where Alex takes a swim in both the past and future, so enjoy all the sexy FBI recruits stripping down in the locker room. She also discovers the truth about her dad and cuts her finger. Guess which turns out to be more important?
“The internet has made watching movies easier, and made distribution easier, but the internet has also played a large role in the decline in quality of mainstream American movies, especially among blockbusters.”
Somebody’s gotta take the fall for the CIA snafu in Berlin, and it can’t be Carrie since she’s no longer in the game anymore. Besides, she’s too busy dodging assassins on both sides of the War on Terror in this week’s Homeland recap.
“And this is what this movie has finally degenerated to: jokes on the level of someone yelling ‘ching chong, ching chong’ to imitate Chinese people.”
Is SyFy’s “Dark Matters” worth binging on Netflix? No one seems to have tossed a lot of money at making this show, but the creators and cast have certainly made the most of what little they’ve got.
This week on Once, King Arthur and Prince Charming take a shroom-inspired trip together. Emma’s fast food-flavored seduction of Hook fails miserably. And King Arthur ends up being just as big of a douchebag as we all instantly suspected him of being.
Episode the Third. In which a new tribe is formed, Jeff Varner says the wrong thing at the wrong time to the wrong person, and a long-standing feud is finally resolved.
There’s a secret-eating monster on the loose in Sleepy Hollow, and it’s totally ruining Ichabod’s dinner with Abbie.
Lucious invites the family over for dinner to celebrate his homecoming from prison. He’s also got a plan to sabotage Cookie’s new label and destroy it from the inside out, as if she wasn’t doing that already.
A new season, a new name, a new uniform… and a new villain haunting Star City. Meet Damien Darhk and the ghosts. Plus, a freaking flash-forward because everyone apparently has to do that now, darn you, Shonda Rhimes!