Gotham’s 1% know how to party, but the joke’s on Jerome when the city gets a new hero.
Ever seen that Star Trek: The Next Generation episode that Jonathan Frakes (Cmdr. Riker himself) calls a “racist piece of shit”? We have! And we’re sharing the recap with you in this week’s “Failing the Test of Time”!
Dueling candidates for Kappa president turn to dueling haunted houses to bring in the votes, but all they succeed in bringing in is a pile of corpses.
Season 5 of Homeland kicks off in Germany. With the CIA behind her, Carrie is now happily playing house in Berlin and working to save starving children. But the CIA is never really behind you.
It’s week 2 of Quantico–for the recruits as well as the viewers. As usual, everyone is lying about everything, from sex to scars to Swedish.
“When one is seriously contemplating putting Porthos on the list, there’s an issue there.”
With new (and amazingly boring) emails from Hillary Clinton’s personal server coming out in drips every few weeks, we got to thinking which of our favorite TV characters might get caught up in the controversy.
“Thanks a lot, Skidoo. One day, I’m going to flash back to this scene, something in my brain will snap, and I’ll kill a busload of kids.”
In this week’s Once Upon a Time recap, Robin Hood stands around uselessly until he finally gets stabbed and then lies around dying uselessly. Meanwhile, the sword Excalibur comes to Storybrooke to tempt Emma to up her asshole factor another 10x.
Annalise accidentally gets an innocent man freed from prison. Oops. Meanwhile, her students continue to make monumentally stupid decisions, professionally and personally.
A downtrodden alliance gets its crap together, a so-so romance makes grown men cry, and the more things change, the more they stay the same.
The new college mascot doesn’t last long, nor the amateur monster hunters. Can anything stop the Red Devil(s)?
It’s a mid-series reboot for Sleepy Hollow as FOX attempts to pull this demon-obsessed melodrama out of Hell with a number of welcome changes. The season 3 premiere gives us many reasons to smile, mostly from who’s gone forever. Bye-bye, Katrina and your whiny headless boyfriend!
In the second-to-last episode of the season, Fear the Walking Dead proves just how simple, effective, and justified torture can be. And not just against its own audience.
Cookie’s starting her own studio! With blackjack! And hookers! Or maybe just a crappy girl band. Oh well, everybody’s gotta start somewhere.
“So for those keeping track, he’s cool with Vega falsifying a police report about a double homicide, but peeking at personal data is a bridge too far.”
MInority Report attempts to seduce its audience by insulting it. Think Dash and the precogs can foresee the demise of their own show yet?
Saved By the Bell's "1-900 Crushed"... Or How Zach Morris Tried to Get Rich Seducing a 13-Year-Old Girl
Welcome to “Failing the Test of Time,” a new regular feature at HNTP where we relive a particularly awful episode of a classic TV show! First up, Saved By the Bell.
The series premiere of Quantico brings a whole mess of beautiful people together for sexy shenanigans and deadly secrets, plus a terrorist attack in the middle of New York City just to make it interesting.
Another week, another raving band of lunatics killing people all over Gotham without a single Batman in sight to stop them. This time, it’s the Maniax turn in the spotlight.