Aziz Ansari brings almost too much energy to a spotty episode of SNL.
Kristin Wiig and The XX give us an SNL we can be thankful for right before Thanksgiving.
The Walking Dead enters a whole new Kingdom. There’s a tiger.
Luke continues his anti-homophobia crusade but now critics wonder why his gay artist is keeping quiet. So Mr. Wheeler invites Will to appear in a joint radio interview. But then Luke gets called to Fort Benning after Colt is injured and an ambivalent Will must interview solo. Rayna and Deacon see a marriage counselor. Juliette and Noah shack up at her house (post hook-up) so they can see if they actually like each other. Avery and Layla look forward to a perfect night following their Bluebird show, but he’s too worried/jealous about Cadence/Juliette/Noah to really enjoy the moment. During Autumn [Read more…]
A couple important notes… First, my apologies for missing the May 4th episode. I was traveling with a 4 year old and since maaaaybe five people are reading these recaps, it didn’t seem worth stressing over something I’m doing mainly for my own pleasure. Nevertheless, I don’t like half-assing anything and WOW, what an episode it was. Not being able to dish on Maddie’s shady emancipation hearing or Deacon’s tragic response — not to mention the Exes’ train wreck of a Rolling Stone interview — is something I surely regret. But that’s nothing compared to my sense of mourning ever [Read more…]
Julia Louis-Dreyfus absolutely nails her third time hosting Saturday Night Live.
After learning Vita may have stolen $500 from The Beverly, Deacon and Rayna wonder if she’ll show up for her next shift or her Highway 65 audition. When she appears at the latter, Rayna asks Vita point blank if she stole the money. She flatly denies it. Deacon thinks this is reason enough to let her come back to work, but business partner Frankie disagrees. Deacon further entrenches himself on Frankie’s shit list by spontaneously inviting Riff Bell to do his first public performance in 15 years at The Beverly… on an evening when Frankie was supposed to perform. Speaking [Read more…]
Last week on HTGAWM – find another suspect or call Annalise Keating.
UnREAL comes to an end. No, that’s not a Chet/sex pun.
In a year with many strong entries, Sweden held on to their momentum and won the 60th Eurovision Song Contest with Mans Zelmerlow’s “Heroes”.