As the oft-described Golden Age of Television continues, some viewers are left on the brink of exhaustion upon the realization that there are simply too many great series in need of viewers' dedication. Thankfully, our friends over at Collider are here to help. With Mad Men signing off earlier this year (RIP?), TV's crowded playing field was briefly leveled until, of course, the smashing arrival of Empire's star-stacked second season. Though the season premiere more than delivered on its unspoken promise to maintain the velocity of last season's finale, the follow-up episode gifted us with something truly profound: Lucious Lyon's new banger, aptly entitled "Snitch Bitch."
Improbable "Snitch Bitch" recording session aside, "Without a Country" was overflowing with a seemingly endless delivery of highly tweetable moments. Collider decided to dissect these moments in great detail in the latest episode of their Empire recap show. For the thoroughly entertaining discussion, our own Tamara Dhia is joined by Courtney Perdue, Quinn Marie, and David Griffin (temporarily taking Jamiah Brown's place).
The team breaks down the importance of the latest batch of fresh characters, Lucious' "Snitch Bitch" success, and the eventual rise of Lyon Dynasty Records. Are they rooting for a Cookie victory? Does Lucious deserve another victory of his own? Dive into the discussion above and keep it locked to Collider for future editions of their Empire recap show.