It’s schmaltz. It’s schlock. It’s kitsch. It’s dreck. There aren’t enough words in the entire Yiddish language to put this show in its place.
A 27-year-old aspiring rapper decides the best way to generate publicity for his upcoming album is to run for office in his California hometown. But he’s far from the first political novice to get elected to high office in sitcom land.
Welcome back to Storybrooke, folks! It’s a magical, mystical land where characters leave, die, and return from the dead, age (or don’t) whenever they feel like, a place from which Continuity and Logic escaped...
It’s almost like the makers of this show were daring viewers to change the channel.
Previously on How to Get Away with Murder: Annalise opened up a pro-bono legal clinic because the university wants to keep her from teaching. You know, considering how badly she screwed up this year’s...
Aaaand then a drum machine kicks in, and the dealers and bystanders all perform a rap song while the cops just smirk and shake their heads like perps breaking out into an impromptu musical number while being arrested is a totally normal thing. Such is the world of Cop Rock, producer Steven Bochco’s ill-fated 1990 attempt to fuse the police drama and musical genres.
RIP Frank’s Beard. Services will be held at the truck stop bathroom where the beard clippings now lay. In lieu of flowers, please bring a broom and dustpan.
Five Agony Booth writers debate the fate of the three dramas and two sitcoms being added to ABC’s fall lineup.
Do you hear the ANTLs sing, singing the songs of angry interns? Fed up with Annalise’s bossiness, the ANTLs quit in the middle of a Case of the Week. Wes avoids the fallout because he’s stuck in a psych ward. Yeah, you read that right. Also: more flashbacks on the Mysterious Backstory of Annalise and Wes.
Let’s break it down: Annalise was shot, the ANTLs need to make sure the police bought their phony crime scene, and Wes gets suspicious about his connection to Annalise. With everyone breaking down, how are these people going to get away with murder?
Alex takes charge of the DEO! For almost 10 seconds! Henshaw gets captured! For almost 20 seconds! And Cat figures out Supergirl’s secret identity! For almost 30 seconds! Yeah, pretty much everything that happens is undone by the end of the episode.
This week on Quantico, our past and future storylines share a common thread: Your most dangerous opponent may be wearing a badge.
It all gets complicated between Simon and the twins. Miranda takes Charley to work, but it doesn’t go as planned. Alex learns a new skill from Booth.
Asher and Laurel are the new Frank and Bonnie, but it’s hard to stay on top when the Hapstells keep taking stupid plea deals. Can we kill them next?
It’s midterm time at Quantico! Meanwhile, in the future, Team Alex finds the twins, someone takes a bullet, and it looks like the team may be down a couple of members, but are they any closer to solving the mystery?
So many mommy and daddy and twin sister issues. Is there anything worse than family? You know, besides terrorism.
You know what’s hard? Being a hero on a Show About Heroes. Why? Because every time you try to do something heroic, there are always at least ten other people lining up to do it first.
Annalise finds out all sorts of secrets about Asher and just can’t stand to keep them all to herself when they’re just so darned useful!
Simon’s deep, dark secret is reveal, or at least one of them, and yes it’s the one you already guessed from episode 1. Meanwhile, Alex takes a trip into the deep, dark web.