Heavy-handed metaphors were ripe for the picking in last night’s Christmas-themed episode of The Leftovers that was anything but Christmasy.
In which the best-laid plans fall to a “touch of consumption.”
Dwight Yoakam has never looked better.
Another good title would have been “Meth Head with a Shotgun!”
Mary Steenburgen…doggie style…
Jesse’s party pad is getting a little out of control. By “out of control,” I mean it’s a meth-head flop house.
Sookie and Eric finally do the deed.
Wilfred is starting to come into its own.
I hope you like delusion and self-loathing…
Wild sex dreams and the kiss you’ve been waiting for.
‘Breaking Bad’ is back with a vengeance.
Amnesia Eric continues to amuse us.
Ed Helms guest stars in the role he was born to play: a creepy doggie daycare owner who rubs peanut butter on his crotch.
We had no idea that Eric could smile.
Wilfred pushes Ryan to stand up for himself. And two guys porn-out.
Were-panthers hopped up on V, and so much more.
Episode two is the real test for a series. Especially one about a talking man-dog.
It’s that time again. We’re heading back to the decadent deep South and the small town of Bon Temps.
A man befriends another man who just happens to wear a dog suit.
Short of Ned’s ghost having sex with The Imp, I was pretty much ready for anything.
Whoa, didn’t see that one coming.
How does one take a show that’s already filled to the brim with violence and nudity and make it even better? Add zombies, or course.
For the season finale, the writers shied away from gimmicks and and cliff hangers (with one possible exception), and instead focused on crafting another solid episode.
As we enter the second half of the season, all the “boring” setup and character development is coming together in an orgy of violent bloodlettings and shocking plot twists.
Last night’s”Modern Family” began with Alex Dunphy’s 8th-grade graduation ceremony, where she, as valedictorian, was about to give a speech. Why an 8th grade class needs a valedictorian is beyond…
It was as if they grabbed an old season finale from “The Wire” and somehow morphed it into a sitcom.
It’s hard out here for an imp.
As the episode begins, last week’s western-theme is replaced with a Star Wars motif, complete with stormtrooper-styled paintballers who are fighting on behalf of the mysterious Pistol Patty.
The Brady’s had Tiger. The Bundy’s had Buck. And now the Pritchett’s have Stella.
“I saw this on ‘Modern Family’, and countless other sitcoms.”