Diana talks to dogs and the show gets a little more diverse in this week’s Wonder Woman chat. 

And I love a Crane Party. Ain’t no party like a Frasier Crane party because a Frasier Crane party is always a fiasco.” 

Our roundtable series is all-new: It’s now on Monday, and we’re all-in on Nickelodeon nostalgia. Andy leads the crew through a chat about Rugrats and Doug and there’s so much more to come.

Which shows are part of the upcoming Test Pilot themes? One click, and you’ll know.

Which shows are part of the upcoming Test Pilot themes? One click, and you’ll know.

So while “A Bird in the Head Hurts” isn’t nearly as good as last week’s installment, the quality of the jokes in the second half is ultimately able to overcome a first half defined by whining, lousy parenting, and general boredom. (Although that first half does have the one terrific scene of Sally, Buddy, and Rob being given the wrong sandwich order. Though once again, they then promptly disappear for the rest of the episode) Not one of the show’s finest moments, but many sitcoms—both then and now—would be happy if their slightly lesser episodes were even close to this level.

A line from this week’s Wonder Woman chat between Noel and Kerensa: “SO RAPEY.” Looking at these photos, that kind of makes sense. 

Cameron continues his Disney Channel exploration with a new series on The Famous Jett Jackson. Here’s the first in his five-part examination of the show. 

Cameron continues his Disney Channel exploration with a new series on The Famous Jett Jackson. Here’s the first in his five-part examination of the show

Two new contributors, Ashley Amon and Andrew Daar, kick off their reviews of Frasier season one. 

Two new contributors, Ashley Amon and Andrew Daar, kick off their reviews of Frasier season one. 

The superhero roundtable speeds to its conclusion with thoughts on the live-action Flash show, complete with an off-the-wall (and chain) Mark Hamill performance. 

Cameron breaks down an unproduced episode of So Weird in this week’s piece. He also talks about Orphan Black, so.

Cameron breaks down an unproduced episode of So Weird in this week’s piece. He also talks about Orphan Black, so.

Heather breaks down Doctor Who's problematic casting history. Yes, it matters. 

Noel and Kerensa are dedicated to taking Cameron’s weird screen-cap crown, and it’s working. Also, they talk about Wonder Woman.

A delightful dance-centric tag is only one of the great things about Dick Van Dyke's “The Secret Life of Buddy and Sally,” says Greg.

A delightful dance-centric tag is only one of the great things about Dick Van Dyke's “The Secret Life of Buddy and Sally,” says Greg.

The staff reflects on the TV deaths that hurt the most in the latest Asked & Answered.

The staff reflects on the TV deaths that hurt the most in the latest Asked & Answered.

Bill’s face leads you into Julie and Emma’s latest Freaks and Geeks review. 

Bill’s face leads you into Julie and Emma’s latest Freaks and Geeks review.