Shucks. No Results. Think we should've found something?
Futurama airs the first episode of its second final season. Got all that? Also: Arrested Development checks in on GOB, while MasterChef cooks for the cast of Glee.
Oh, right, a secret-eating bird-monster. Like we didn't see that coming.
Exploring the public deviousness of street art. And tiger penises.
Art, after all, is subjective.
We single out television’s most remarkable/strangest/curious accomplishments.
It seems like just yesterday we met a bunch of crazy kids and Jessica Lange and called it an American Horror Story. And now it's all over! Also: More finales! Bieber fever! Santa!
The Sucklord may be gone, but we think you'll laugh at our Work Of Art reviews anyway. Also: Vivien Harmon gives birth, the Heisman is given away, and new Kubrick debuts.
We didn't think we'd end up liking Revenge this much either, but we did, so here we are. Also: State Of Play makes its American debut, Christmas episodes of comedies, and strong toddlers.
William Shatner pops up on Psych tonight, and we can just about guess how many Star Trek jokes there will be. Also: The pope is on American Horror Story!(!!!!!)
It's the end of the 15th season of South Park, and it's featured some of the show's best episodes. Also: ABC's all new, The X Factor's still on, and we yell "KHAAAAANNN!"
Last week's Survivor has set the table for something awesome this week, unless what happens is boring. Also, country music, ditzy blondes, and whatever American Horror Story's up to.
Good news, everyone! Top Chef is back, and it's found 29 people to force to travel to Texas to cook for us! Also: Comedies galore, women's volleyball, and Steve Jobs.
Is American Horror Story starting to figure out how to use its batshit insanity to its own advantage? That, plus Halloween comedies, baseball, and a fun, Revenge-based story problem.
What's up with Modern Family and car accidents? We ponder that question, plus look forward to a new episode of South Park, radioactive wolves in the Ukraine, and the World Series.
What's on tonight? Well, ABC's family comedies, FX's American Horror Story, and a documentary special about sex robots, for three.
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