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Two Justified Episode 3.02 Promos

Two Justified Episode 3.02 Promos
FX has released two promos for Justified, which airs Episode 3.02: Cut Ties on Tuesday, January 24 at 10 Pm Et. Click on the video players below for your first look at guest star Carla Gugino in the first promo, and an extended look at what's in store throughout Season 3 in the second video.

Click to watch Justified: Cut Ties Promo!

Click to watch Justified Season 3 Promo: Saga!

Justified episode 3.2, "Cut Ties" airs on FX January 24th, 2012. The episode stars Mel Fair, David Fernandez, Michael Harding, Damon Herriman, Frank John Hughes, Hector Atreyu Ruiz.
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Watch the Weeds Season 7 Premiere!

Watch the Weeds Season 7 Premiere!
Weeds recently kicked off its seventh season on Showtime with the episode Bags. If you need to get caught up on the show, which airs new episodes on Monday nights at 10:30 Pm Et, you're in luck because we have the entire Season 7 premiere episode right here. Click on the video player below to watch this full episode, which stars Mary-Louise Parker as Nancy Botwin.


In the Season 7 premiere, after three years in prison, Nancy receives an early parole to a New York halfway house and discovers her promised witness protection services are no longer necessary; Silas, Shane, Andy and Doug have settled into their new lives in Copenhagen.

Weeds episode 7.1, "Bags" stars Tony Alameda, Mary K. DeVault, Mel Fair, Kara Michelle Hyatt, Ned Van Zandt.
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Festival Movie Review - 'Man Overboard'

Man Overboard

Starring Matthew Kaminsky, Mel Fair, Floyd Van Buskirk, and Jeffry Stein

Directed by Oliver Robins

Not Rated

Man Overboard is a comedy seemingly about a lot of things – family, business, money, friends, and questioning all of them – but ultimately, when you step away from the film, it’s one idea that sticks with you: There’s a reward in doing the right thing when the wrong thing might be the easier option.

It is a comedy with a moral, and sometimes those movies fall on their faces. A comedy is supposed to make you laugh, first and foremost, and if it fails to do that, it doesn’t much matter what else the movie has going for it.

Where a lot of movies in this genre make their biggest mistake is in focusing on just the jokes. When these jokes can’t be strung together by substance, not
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