Season 2, Episode 19 – In another great episode, Glenn brings his foster children to the store, but grows worried when his oldest (guest star Brenda Song) begins flirting with Jonah. Superstore is one of the most consistently funny shows on air right now.
Season 3, Episode 20 – Dre shows signs of maturity on an otherwise forgettable episode of Black-ish. It’s not the return to form fans might have hoped for after last week’s disaster, but it’s solid.
Season 2, Episode 12 – The penultimate episode of The Path has some shocking twists, setting up an explosive (literally) finale. However, despite the drama, Sarah and Hawk’s characterization continues to frustrate.
Season 1, Episode 18 – A fun episode of Bull finds the show leaving behind the dramatics of last week to focus on a murder at Fashion Week. Chunk’s former mentor, a prominent fashion designer, is killed by a poisoned dress during her own show.
Season 3, Episode 19 –Black-ish tarnishes its reputation and brand by casting Chris Brown this week. This problematic decision is made all the more hypocritical by the fact that this episode is about representation in media.
Season 2, Episode 11 – This week’s episode is rather slow, but it ends with a dramatic reveal. Although this episode wasn’t the most eventful, it does a solid job of moving the various storylines forward, setting the stage for a dramatic final two episodes.
Season 1, Episode 17 – Bull’s team takes on their biggest case yet—a class action lawsuit against a bank that defrauded its investors. It should be an exciting episode, but it’s dragged down by Benny, who mopes around and messes things up.
Season 5, Episode 14 – The Mindy Project ends its fifth season with an episode that pushes the characters in new directions. Mindy makes a big decision in her relationship with Ben, while Jeremy and Anna take a step forward and Collette and Karen take a step back.
Season 1, Episode 9 – Superior Donuts hits a low point, with a boring episode plagued by lazy writing, barely discernible attempts at jokes, and an ill-advised attempt to add depth to a character mainly used for easy comedic relief.
Season 3, Episode 1-13 – Grace and Frankie returns for a very funny, although somewhat uneven, third season. As always, Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda’s effortless chemistry is delightful to watch and this season, they fight back against the notion that aging women are obsolete.
Season 2, Episode 18 – It’s Mateo’s last day before his store transfer, but his undocumented status could hold up the move. Meanwhile, Glenn and Amy confront an online troll leaving the store nasty Yelp reviews.
Season 2, Episode 10 – Eddie and Sarah try to reverse past sins this episode, as Sarah harbors guilt over the poisoned water situation and Eddie’s plan to abolish the denier policy goes awry. Meanwhile, Hawk and Ashley, the best couple this show has, reunite.
Season 5, Episode 13 – In the show’s penultimate episode of the season, we get a revelation that may end Ben and Mindy’s relationship. Also, Mindy’s best friend from grade school Elena (guest star Casey Wilson) visits, prompting her to reassess her relationship with Morgan.
Season 1, Episode 8 – Franco gets injured on the job, but can’t afford to see a doctor. There’s some funny moments, but the show’s reliance on low-brow humor and insistence on going for the most obvious joke possible makes it a very disposable half-hour.
Season 2, Episode 17 – Amy and Jonah bond this week, making their will-they-or-won’t-they relationship seem more and more like a “they will”. Amy and Jonah help her parents move, while Garrett and Glenn compete for Cloud Nine’s Integrity Award.
Season 3, Episode 18 – This week’s episode of Black-ish felt like filler, as it focused too much on Vivian, the “Black Nanny” who’s been missing in action for months. Bow tries to hide her pregnancy in hopes of getting a promotion, while Dre considers paternity leave.
Season 2, Episode 9 – This week’s episode sets up the endgame of the season, as Eddie formally begins his journey towards taking over the movement while Abe uncovers the fact that Sarah blackmailed members into donating.
Season 5, Episode 12 – This is an instant classic of an episode and one of the best the show’s ever done. The show hilariously and pointedly dissects white male privilege, as Mindy wakes up a white man played by the delightful Ryan Hansen.
Season 1, Episode 7 – Superior Donuts tries to teach a lesson on unconscious racial bias. It’s hard to fault a show with such good intentions, but in its attempt to be inoffensive, it created a muddled, boring mess.
Season 3, Episode 17 – Black-ish takes on the issues of representation and colorism in an inspiring, funny episode. Bow decides to protest the fact that a store doesn’t carry a wide array of black dolls, while Dre faces his own biases while working on an ad campaign.
Season 2, Episode 8 – Sarah’s character takes a dark turn as she’s forced to compromise her morals to get money for the movement, while Cal questions his faith and Eddie reassesses his on an intense episode of The Path.
Season 1, Episode 16 – Another week, another predictable episode. The supposedly shocking reveals don’t hold much weight when the viewer knows that the real culprit will be whoever seems the most innocent at the beginning.
Season 5, Episode 11 – Mindy takes a backseat as the rest of the cast shines in another hilarious episode. Jeremy and Jody both pursue Anna, who’s gone from a nonentity to a stellar part of the show’s dynamic.
Season 1, Episode 6 – Superior Donuts delivered one of its funniest episodes yet, leaving behind the social critiques for a straightforward, amusing plot involving Franco running the store while Arthur takes his first day off in three years.
Season 2, Episode 7 – This week’s episode is a bit heavy-handed, as the show struggles to introduce more dramatic subplots. Kodiak and Richard team up to track down Eddie and get answers about Steve’s final moments, while Sarah and Cal look for solutions to save the compound from foreclosure.
Season 5, Episode 10 – The Mindy Project showcases every member of its great supporting cast, even Dr. Z, in a hilarious episode that sees Mindy kidnap Jody to spy on Ben and Patricia, while Anna deals with the information that her husband is cheating on her.
Season 1, Episode 5 – This week’s episode has good intentions, as the show addresses racism and xenophobia once Fawz’s dry-cleaners is vandalized with an anti-Arab message, but is hindered by lazy jokes and inconsistent characterization.
Season 2, Episode 16 – A great episode of Superstore shows just how hilarious this show can be when all members of its amazing supporting cast are involved. Secrets are revealed after Amy sees Jeff kissing Mateo.
Season 3, Episode 16 – Dre reluctantly attends jury duty, but begins to care about the trial once he sees that the defendant is a young black man. Meanwhile, Bow lets the children swear in hopes that it will help them open up to her.