In an effort to spread the gospel of Cougar Town to you non-believers, I've compiled a list of some compelling reasons why you should watch this fabulous show.
One of the most impressive things about "Cougar Town" is how many jokes and silly moments it can fit into a scene, while keeping the characters consistent and the enclosed world of the Cul De Sac Crew rooted in its own loopy reality.
But none of the female characters in the show are passive damsels in distress, and that is where "Once" is truly excelling. A woman doesn't have to be "good" or "perfect" to be compelling.
In case you hadn't noticed, America is still a little homophobic, and its homophobia is much more pronounced when it comes to PDA between gay men on TV than when it's between women.
From the minute Revenge premiered, the entire season has been leading up to one simple question: Who shot Daniel Grayson? This week's episode did start to put things into focus, leaving us with more that a few clues.
We're all familiar with the age-old adage, "Less is more;" but find me a TV fan who wouldn't eagerly take an extra 12 (or 24, or 48, or non-stop until...
Rachel and Jugs McGee (Blakeley) were paired up for the dreaded two-on-one date: two girls, one rose; one stays and one goes. Rachel is freaking out about being the third wheel.
I think Romney is now facing a likability problem nationally, even as he excels in the Republican primary.
I'm rooting for Awake, a well-written procedural crime drama dressed up as an intense emotional exploration of family relationships.
All six people watching at my house screamed interjections at the television at Ben's disposal of the coolest girl in the bunch. She had an unfortunate exit interview that included choking sobs peppered with hiccups and bouts of ugly crying.
My main problem with this episode was that, by the end, we were right back to where we started narratively, with nothing having truly developed ... I think I'm mostly craving some momentum.
Poor Kasie B ... She's professed her love roughly 19 times to the camera, 136 in her journal and I'm confident she worked in an "I love you" once or twice as she whispered sweet nothings into his ear.
It's long overdue for families to take back the tradition of quality TV time together by sitting down to watch the fun filled program, The Middle.
Thanks to my proclivity towards Snow and James' story, I think that "7:15 a.m." was my favorite episode of "Once" to date. The tragic romance of it all was more than enough to crack my cynical critic's heart.
You know you've really got to hand it to Newt Gingrich -- and I don't mean the Republican nomination. Personally, I'd think twice about even asking my wife for an open face sandwich -- much less that whole open marriage thing.
Everyone has secrets, and if we learned anything from tonight's Revenge, it's that once you have a secret, you'll do anything to keep it hidden, even if it means telling a few lies here and there.