Where do people gather to rant about the hotest TV shows? 'Round the water cooler, of course. But why wait 'til you get to office tomorrow to start the discussion? Did your favorite TV show jump the shark this week—or was the latest episode a shoo-in for an Emmy? This is the place to air it all right after it airs! Join our BC writers for their down and dirty post-ep analysis and then weigh in with your thoughts!
Morgan Grimes has to be one of the coolest characters on television.
The ultimate sword-and-sandal show, Spartacus returns to Starz with Spartacus: Vengeance.
SyFy's Being Human returns for a 2nd season.
SyFy Channel debuts hit Canadian show Lost Girls.
The Browns are invited to speak to a panel of religious students in Boston. Some of the older teens come along, to speak and to tour universities.
Finally, an end to the duckie tie?
Friends from Utah visit who are considering courting a new wife. The group also discusses Warren Jeffs.
The Brown family goes camping over the 4th of July but the celebration is marred by teenage rebellion.
The Sister Wives go on a diet and hire a personal trainer, talking about their struggles with weight.
Video interview with the Husbands gang: Jane Espenson, Sean Hemeon and Cheeks
The Brown family travels to Kody's hometown of Lovell, Wyoming, where they talk with people about their lifestyle.
A real sister wife comments on TLC's reality show.
The League returns with new draft picks, and introduces Seth Rogen as the talked about, but never seen, Dirty Randy.
Archer presents a very funny three parter in between seasons, with pirates!
It's Always Sunny comes back in its hilarious trademark way, the gang as selfish and neutrotic as ever.
Wilfred ends in a confusing examination of the nature of the dog and who Ryan is as a person.
Does Wilfred finally explain why Ryan sees what he sees when his mom gets out of the looney bin?
The Hour, about news people in 1956, could be good, but is only OK in the pilot.
The Torchwood team escapes to Los Angeles in pursuit of a miracle.
Wilfred the dog strays out of character in an otherwise strong episode.