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Voltaire said, “Judge a man by his questions, not by his answers.” It was a helpful quote to bear in mind while watching Trapped in the Closet: Chapters 23-33, which aired back-to-back on IFC Friday night, mostly because the show was all questions and no answers. Absolutely no loose ends are tied up in this installment of R. Kelly’s melodically repetitive opera. It was just more loose ends. It was like watching a really poorly made rug, where the guy who made it spent the whole time looking at the camera and making a face like, “I can’t believe this rug I just made!” So instead, judge me by this question: what did I just watch?If you haven’t seen chapters 1-22, this list won’t make much sense to you. Then again, if you have seen chapters 1-22, you’re probably in the same boat. But »

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