Humans are hardwired to become self-interested killing machines, or at least that was the premise of last night’s episode of The Walking Dead, “JSS,” aka “Just Survive Somehow.” Embrace the killer inside or suppress it, but you will make a choice.
The Walking Dead has returned and there’s a major operation underway to extinguish a mega-herd of walkers that threatens the quaint community of Alexandria. As expected, things don’t go as smoothly as planned because plans—especially during a zombie apocalypse—almost always get derailed.
It's the holiday season and Glee's iTunes sales are down, which means they need an episode that's chock full of songs and light on plot more than ever. Since the musical numbers are often the highlight of the show, there's nothing really wrong with that, but it almost seems like Glee went out of its way to make the…
While last week's episode of Glee sparked protests from parents groups, thankfully tonight's episode featured more wholesome plotlines. Now that we've moved past two gay high school seniors talking about losing their virginity, the show went back to a non-scandalous topic: student/teacher sex. The episode opens with…
This week's Glee featured an enjoyable new character, some solid performances, and a long-awaited milestone in Brittany and Santana's relationship. However, to paraphrase Gandalf, it's essential that fans hate and love the show, as they hate and love themselves, so the writers also had the already-terrible adoption…
There's trouble brewing at McKinley High: Despite Schue's insistance that they're a happy family of freaks, the kids all hate each other.
This week on Glee, Kurt befriends another gay teen, stands up to a homophobic bully, and shares a shocking same-sex kiss...but not with the dude we were hoping for.
Last night on Glee, Artie and Tina got their own story line, Idina Menzel admitted that she's Rachel's mom, and guest star Neil Patrick Harris did a duet with Mr. Schue... and possibly Sue Sylvester.
This week on Glee we learned important lessons about body acceptance, and the perils of meddling with your dad's lovelife to satisfy your homosexual longings.