A review of last night's "Parenthood" coming up just as soon as I tell you a story about Lenny Kravitz's stinky feet...
Zoe gives birth, Jasmine has a question for Crosby, and Sarah and Mark make plans
Who knows what becomes very important as we near the season's mid-point
A zip line, murder portraits and Co-MoH's lead to another funny episode
NBC also announces premieres for 'Bent' and 'Best Friends Forever' and other schedule moves
"Community" finally has a new home on NBC's schedule... and it's the old home. NBC just announced that the comedy will be returning on Thursday, March 15, at 8 p.m. — the exact timeslot it was exiled from earlier this season as part of NBC's mid-season shuffle.
That's the good news. The slightly bad news — but only very slightly — is that something's gotta give on NBC's Thursday schedule to make room for this, and for the moment, that something is "Parks and Recreation," which will take a 5-week break after its 18th episode of the season airs, returning on April 19 so that its final four episodes of the season can air after "The Office." ("Up All Night" will have finished its season by then.)
Ted and Robin revisit their relationship
Various creative problems come to the forefront in a bumpy third episode
Dan and Alan also answer your questions on pilot season, Ann Perkins and Jeremy Lin
It's a slow week in television, relatively-speaking (no major premieres, at least), which makes for an eclectic Firewall & Iceberg Podcast, where talk of the Dowager Countess of "Downton Abbey" rubs up against discussion of boxing trainer Freddie Roach, Ann Perkins' love life, pilot season, and, of course, new podcast mainstay Jeremy Lin (but only kinda-sorta).
Some happier endings in the season-ending Christmas special, but was it good as a whole?
PBS just finished showing the second season of "Downton Abbey" (U.K. viewers saw the finale back at Christmas). I reviewed most of the season in non-specific terms in early January, and promised to weigh in with more details — and an opportunity for you to discuss the same — after it had all finished airing here in the States. That time has come, and I have various thoughts on both the finale and the season coming up just as soon as I have a loader...
Some strong thriller scenes at the start, but when are the people going to become interesting?
A transcendent racing sequence takes the drama to another level