Why The Hell Doesn't Person Of Interest Have An Emmy Yet?

Michael Emerson already has an Emmy for his performance on LOST, but he really deserves one for Person of Interest. Last night's episode, "Skip," was an hour of incredible drama, exploring the twisted relationship between Root and Harold Finch. I lost count of how many times I yelled at the screen. Spoilers ahead... » 3/25/15 5:30pm Wednesday 5:30pm

​The Flash Goes Back In Time To Try To Make Last Week's Episode Better

In last week's recap of The Flash, I said "Out of Time" was an average episode with a thrillingly exciting core. Since the Flash ran back in time and "Rogue Time" begins more or less at the same point, Barry has a chance to do the episode over. The result? Now it's a great episode with an infuriating core. » 3/25/15 10:40am Wednesday 10:40am

Agents of SHIELD Is Full Of Shattered Identities And Torn Relationships

Last night's episode of Agents of SHIELD delved a lot deeper into one of the main themes of season two: People who have lost themselves, or had their identities wrecked, and the absolutely terrible relationships they find themselves in. And it turns out dealing with people who aren't true to themselves carries a high… » 3/25/15 8:30am Wednesday 8:30am

Did 12 Monkeys Just Explain How Changing The Past Works?

Last Friday's episode of 12 Monkeys took a lot of audacious, dark risks. And it added to our sense that this show is piling on the mythos, in good ways and bad. There are now several extra layers of mystery and foreshadowing on top of what we already knew. But most importantly... did someone explain time travel? » 3/23/15 4:58pm Monday 4:58pm

The Last Tale of Peter Rabbit on Grimm: Bad Luck

Friday's Grimm picked up right where the fall finale left off, in Nick and Juliette's living room. And while this episode wasn't quite as exciting for our main characters as the past few have been, we do get some more answers on what's been going on, and Monroe and Rosalee get to help with the case of the week,… » 3/22/15 5:40pm Sunday 5:40pm

Everyone Finally Starts Getting Stuff Done On Sailor Moon Crystal

Although I've enjoyed the past few episodes of Sailor Moon Crystal a lot more than anything from the show's first half, it would be hard to acknowledge that anything has really actively been done by the dwindling Sailor Senshi. But not this week: It's time to get things done! Sort of. » 3/21/15 11:29am 3/21/15 11:29am

All I Want To Do With My Life Is Watch Stefan-Caroline YouTube Videos

I was going to recap last night's episode of Vampire Diaries, but instead all I want to do (with my weekend, pretty much) is watch all of the Stefan-Caroline clips on Youtube. Of which there are a lot. Turns out Stefan and Caroline are even more fun when they're both remorseless monsters. YAY! » 3/20/15 4:10pm 3/20/15 4:10pm

Archer Goes To Wales To Work On Romance, Make No-Vowels Jokes

Kind of an odd episode, no? Lana and Archer take a trip to Wales in "Achub Y Morfilod," which was penned with the input of guest actor Matthew Rhys (who plays a spy on another FX show, The Americans). It's not the romantic getaway Archer envisions ... but thanks to the usual "idiot Archer shit," it's his own damn… » 3/20/15 2:00pm 3/20/15 2:00pm

On Supernatural, Sam And Dean's Main Critic Becomes Their  #1 Fan

The character of Cole had a lot of potential on Supernatural: someone with a reason to hate Dean (who killed Cole's father.) Someone who hadn't drunk the hunter Kool-Aid. He could have provided an interesting critique of the Winchesters — but as of last night's episode, Cole is totally on the Sam-and-Dean fan… » 3/19/15 5:30pm 3/19/15 5:30pm

It Sucks When Your Body's Previous Occupant Was A Jerk, On The Originals

This is one of those situations they probably have a word for in German. What do you do when you meet your ex-wife, except that her body is now occupied by the sister of the person who was occupying your body until recently? That's the kind of etiquette problem that only The Originals is brave enough to address. » 3/17/15 6:00pm 3/17/15 6:00pm

Last Man On Earth Awkwardly Pokes Fun At Gender Stereotypes In Sitcoms

The conceit of The Last Man on Earth is that Phil and Carol's relationship is a microcosm of male-female relations, taking a lot of sitcom tropes and adding a hefty dose of insanity. In the latest episode, Phil takes the idea of the sitcom male to the extreme — and makes us squirm in the process. » 3/16/15 11:20am 3/16/15 11:20am