Cougar Town came to an end that could have last forever. “We Stand A Chance” brought back the worries that we thought it escaped when it moved to TBS. Are you ready for this show to go quietly into the night?
Cougar Town may toss a couple sour grapes our way but the wine's always good. "Love is a Long Road" saw the end of college for Travis and the beginning of a new married life for Jules and Grayson. Even though they've meandered down an average path, this show still knows how to lay the smackdown.
Cougar Town is coasting on Grayson's success. "Refugee" was just another chance for him to shine. Sure, there was a cop drama with some light kidnapping, but that wasn't enough. Why can't everyone join in on the fun?
Cougar Town is back on track. “Too Good to Be True” was better than we hoped. Who knew all you needed was a coffee shop, a few burritos, and fake love to make magic happen?
Cougar Town hit all the right notes this week. “Too Much Ain’t Enough” taught everyone a lesson. While the gang gets it right this episode, we can’t help but wonder how long they can keep it up.
Love is a mystery alright, and it’s one Cougar Town has yet to solve. “Mystery of Love” made some great new choices, but the laughter wasn’t there. A letdown like this deserves a thorough investigation.
Cougar Town seems to have lost its mother. “Time to Move On” was almost a great night with Jules phoning in her smothering. Everyone else was passionate and pun-worthy, but without a strong lead story was it a good episode? The Players: Director: Sam Jones Writers: Brad Morris and Emily Wilson Cast: Courteney Cox, Christa Miller, Busy...
Cougar Town knows how to put on a yard sale. “Learning to Fly” was full of crazy purchases, rollercoasters, and a couple of crippling losses. If anyone knows how to pull a laugh out of the jaws of grief, it’s the Cul-de-sac Crew.
On your mark, get set, it’s time for Cougar Town. “Hard On Me” saw the return of guest star Ken Jenkins and a new embarrassing nickname for Travis. Though, Tater Tot isn’t the only one being tortured this week. Be prepared to study germ warfare at Ellie’s knee.
Shiver me timbers, Cougar Town is walking the plank. “The Trip to Pirate’s Cove” had all the makings of a quality episode. So why couldn’t they make us laugh?
Cougar Town may have lost its singing voice, but we love its new dancing feet. “Depending On You” saw three different kinds of Ellie. Each more terrible than the next—right down to her red dragon form courtesy of the crew’s newest member. Courteney Cox proved that when she’s in the director’s chair the laughs are at the ready.
This week Cougar Town is live, in living color and now with more Friends. The title card of “Like a Diamond” said it all: There was a big reunion and yes it did feel good. After last week’s complete misfire this episode was a major improvement.
The Cougar Town gang has an endless supply of wine, but last night they ran out of laughs. “All or Nothing” had a few good lines, but even those lacked the show's normal sense of hilarity. Could the it's new stability robbed the sitcom of its magic?
Cougar Town's hour-long finale brought a change we’ve been waiting all season to see. “Don’t Fade On Me” gave us Travis and Laurie’s first encounter as a couple, while ”Have Love Will Travel” featured the gang and an ailing Chick's visit to Hollywood.
This week on Cougar Town being bad never looked so good. “The Criminal Mind” was a tribute to the great John Hughes and his most beloved film, The Breakfast Club. But it wasn’t all fun and games—Andy and Travis run into man trouble while Grayson’s bad reviews send him into a tailspin.
This week's Cougar Town had a few problems. "This Old Town" gave the Cul-De-Sac a couple new neighbors who introduced some bad habits. Though things are heating up for the latest additions others seem to be fizzling out.
Last night's Cougar Town was all about dodgeball. “Saving Grace” focused on Grayson’s beliefs, or lack thereof, and Bobby’s new comrade. Andy started drama that Ellie intended to finish, but it was over once the red balls started to fly.
The new mayor of Cougar Town is in office, that is, once he remembers to show up. “You Tell Me” wrestled with the hidden truths in one circle friends, and how to deal with them. Meanwhile, Laurie dealt with everyone else instead of her feelings for Travis.
Cougar Town's getting back into the swing of things. Make It Better" featured Jules' stubborn struggle to care for her bullheaded father while masking a health crisis. Grayson and Bobby do their best to turn Travis's neediness into dork appeal. But it's the Torres' dinner with Laurie and Wade that reminds us that rushing to the finish is never a good idea.
On last night's Cougar Town the clothes came off. In “You and I Will Meet Again” Andy gets a new role in the Cul-De-Sac Crew, and it’s one we can get behind. Laurie’s relationship milestone ruffles a few feathers, while Jules and Grayson explore their sexy side.