Odd disjointedness and surreal fantasy dreamscapes feature prominently in this episode.
On this date in 1915, the director and title role star of the classic 1941 film "Citizen Kane" was born.
Three law enforcement documentaries posed intense questions at the Full Frame film festival.
Although professional changes present levels of challenge for the men, it's the women of the episode who are most strongly affected.
The series, a spinoff of "Arrow," is all about the fun, and putting the "comic" back into "comic book."
The showrunners have painted almost every character into a corner around which it seems impossible for them to ever again emerge.
The finale is titled the date of President Reagan's famous Evil Empire speech to the National Association of Evangelicals.
Philip and Elizabeth thwart the bombing of an American university, yet they're unlikely to receive a medal for their actions.
This noisy production of Figaro is playwright Charles Morey's freewheeling adaptation of the 1786 "The Marriage of Figaro."
In this episode, Martha's world begins to fall apart, both on a professional and personal level.