Last week, the Modern Family clan celebrated Halloween with a bit of a struggle. This week, illness and child pageantry took center stage, as the families tried as always, to make each other happy.
This week, Modern Family went back to its roots, hitting the stride of its always-hilarious first season.
Earthquake!!!!! Yep, it’s natural disaster week on Modern Family, and each family in the extended clan deals with crisis in their own way.
Last week on Mad Men we saw Don Draper at his breaking point. This week, it seems the sentiment is contagious, as Lucky Strike’s departure puts the firm in hot water.
No week should be complete without the trials and tribulations of self-proclaimed “lovable curmudgeon” Liz Lemon, and her dysfunctional comedic compatriots.
30 Rock began its fifth season as a painfully under-watched gem with a bang--an episode jam-packed with Liz Lemon eccentricities and diabolical Jack Donaghy life lessons
As is custom with this dysfunctional gang, things don’t always go as planned, and in the second season premiere, things didn’t change much.
It takes a standout performance to reverse expectations, and on this week’s episode of Mad Men, Jon Hamm’s portrayal of down-and-out Don Draper did just that
“Alright, gentleman, shall we begin 1965?” Joan utters as we close this week’s episode, which explored human relationships more seriously than ever this season.
As with each season of Mad Men, we begin the episode unsure of how much time has passed since last season’s events. The season 4 opener begins with a question that’s been echoed