Louis C.K.'s 'Tomorrow Night' is far from perfect, but therein lies its charm and inarguable justification for its very existence and recent re-release.
A far-fetched pop fantasy involving the collision of 'Girls' and 'Mad Men' is surely something that exists. Thankfully, such a fantasy is somewhat indulged in this week’s episode -- though not lightly.
This solid (if unremarkable) mid-season premiere offers few shocks but some nice character development.
More fun guest stars — 'HIMYM' is trying to make a callback to every past episode this season, it seems — but do we need even more episodes about Ted’s love for Robin? Fortunately, this ...
The disappointing but inevitable turning point initiated by last week’s episode continues with resilience in “Only Child,” pitting Hannah and Caroline against each other in what essentially is a battle of selves.
Live Review: Zappa Plays Zappa Gels with the Portland Weird at the Roseland Theater (January 31st, 2014)
What makes this performance so stellar is that it never feels like imitation, even really good imitation.
'Community' mocks 'Game of Thrones' culture in this decent episode.
This season decided to forego trying to out-gore and out-horror itself, and embraced the comedy of the genre instead. It was a campy, trendy season; and this finale tied it all together with a big ...
So many answers, so many tears. This classic episode shows us how The Mother’s life intersected with Ted’s, and how close they came to almost meeting before the true first time.
This week's episode deals with a variety of deaths, both literal and metaphorical.
With Troy's departure, 'Community' goes for broke with a school-wide lava game competition.
This penultimate episode ties up loose ends and sets up the sure-to-be-excellent finale.
The first season's incredible two-episode finale packs loads twists and cliffhangers.
After the big stall of an episode last week, this one at least gives us answers to many lingering series-wide questions
The groundwork vibe of episodes one and two pays off quite nicely in a tidy, classic display of exactly why this show really works.