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'This Is Us': Where Will Randall's Story Go from Here?

12 hours ago

The road trip episode of This Is Us may have given us something we were all expecting, but that didn't stop it from completely and totally wrecking us when it did. The episode titled "Memphis" followed only William and Randall and gave viewers the chance to see William's life before drugs. With the episode essentially wrapping up Randall's main story so far on This Is Us, what directions can his character take now? Let's discuss.

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Why Grodd Deserves to be the Next Big Bad of 'The Flash'

13 hours ago

The fact that The Flash has been able to pull off Gorilla Grodd as a character at all has been nothing short of remarkable. The Flash not only established a logical reason for Grodd's existence but has been able to bring the super gorilla to the screen in a way that doesn't look like a total CGI nightmare. Still, Grodd has only been a very infrequent presence on The Flash and no matter how many other ways the show has succeeded with him, this has been a real shame. Especially after "Attack on Gorilla City" introduced a way for Grodd to appear on screen without burning all that sweet special effects money, Grodd should be the next big bad of The Flash.

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Our 6 Favorite Pop Culture References Made by 'Supernatural'

14 hours ago

In 12 seasons of Supernatural, the CW drama has paid tribute to so many great pieces of cinematic and television history. From old-school shows like Knight Rider to classic films like The Shining, Supernatural has given its take on it all. Most recently, it honored the works of cult-classic director Quentin Tarantino. Let's take a look back at some of our favorite references to pop culture made by Supernatural.

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'Suits' Star Sarah Rafferty on 'Darvey' Relationship and 'The Donna' Business Venture

15 hours ago

The sexual tension between Harvey and on-again and off-again assistant Donna has been a mostly unspoken state of affairs on Suits. It's a sexual tension that many fans would like to see finally consummated. Though the midseason premiere gave fans a glimpse of that with a Harvey and Donna kiss, it was within a dream. The woman who brings Donna to life on SuitsSarah Rafferty, sat down with TVLine to talk about the current state of affairs with "Darvey" as well the character's new business venture, a personal assistant app called "The Donna."

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'This Is Us' Creator Shares Heartfelt Letter About That Major Death

16 hours ago

The "Memphis" episode of This Is Us was a particularly tough one for fans to get through. Apparently, it was just as tough for the cast and crew (even though a large portion of the cast didn't appear in the episode.) After the episode aired, creator Dan Fogelman took to Twitter to share a heartfelt letter that he says he left at the end of the script for the cast and crew in tribute to William and to the meaning of death. Read the emotional note below and find out what Fogelman had to say about seeing more of William on This Is Us.

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Best 'NCIS' Quotes from 'A Many Splendored Thing'

17 hours ago

NCIS saw Bishop seek revenge for the death of her boyfriend, Qasim (though as we learned, she never got to say yes to his proposal) in "A Many Splendored Thing." She went rogue to find Chen, using a skill she picked up thanks to Torres, and the problem wasn't what she did, but that she'd do it again.

Here are the best quotes from "A Many Splendored Thing."

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'The Flash': 6 Moments of Team Flash vs. Grodd from 'Attack on Gorilla City'

17 hours ago

In the 13th episode of season 3 of The Flash, Barry and the team travel to Earth-2 after Jesse informs them that Harry has been kidnapped by Grodd. As soon as they arrive in Gorilla City, they are taken captive by Grodd, who claims to needs their help in defeating Solovar, the leader of Gorilla City. Meanwhile, Jesse and Wally work through some relationship issues, and Caitlin continues to bond with Julian. Take a look back at the most memorable moments from episode 13, "Attack on Gorilla City."

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'Riverdale' Theory: Are Betty and Polly the Same Person?

18 hours ago

Anyone watching Riverdale is probably curious about a lot of the main characters' backstories, but one in particular stands out -- what's the deal with Betty Cooper? She once seemed like the ideal girl-next-door/best friend/potential love interest, but with each episode, a bit of her dark past unravels. Betty's main issue seems to resolve around her mentally unstable older sister, Polly. We're slowly learning, though, that Betty's not too stable herself. We have a lot of questions about the Cooper family, so let's get to the bottom of their secrets.

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Which 'Survivor: Game Changers' Players Are the Biggest Threats?

18 hours ago

The cast for Survivor: Game Changers is a bit confusing. While the collection of returning players should make for an entertaining season, since second-time castaways always play the game harder than their first go-around, the subtitle of Game Changers is a misnomer. While there are a few standouts and some rather remarkable contestants from Survivor history, very few of them have "changed" the game. There are even a handful (like Tai, Caleb and Brad Culpepper) who have no business being in an All-Stars-esque season. 

There are several players who fall somewhere between the huge threat level of contestants like two-time winner Sandra and bizarre non-entities like Debbie. These players are the really dangerous ones. In no particular order, here are five of the most promising, and for their fellow castaways most threatening, returning players in Survivor: Game Changers.

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'Bones' Recap: Brennan Confides in an Ex-Lover and Buries Her Father

21 February 2017 3:28 PM, PST

In the previous episode of Bones, we watched in breathless disbelief as Brennan shared soothing memories with her injured father at his bedside, then felt him slip away and out of her life forever. This episode, titled "The Final Chapter: The Grief and the Girl," takes us through the stages of grief experienced by Brennan, Booth and their team as they pursue a killer of another grieving woman. Sarah Abbott was in Newfoundland looking for a connection to her beloved grandmother when she was shot, pushed off a cliff and left to drift off among the waves. Who did it and why are the mysteries put before the Jeffersonian in this installment.

Adding to the emotional pull of this Bones episode is the brief return of Brennan's ex-lover, ex FBI Agent Tim "Sully" Sullivan. We are led to believe Sully's appearance on the scene is a threat to the »


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'Bull' Recap: Dr. Bull Takes on a Case Against a Sociopathic Architect

21 February 2017 2:57 PM, PST

In this episode of Bull, titled "What's Your Number?" Bull depicts a case of corporate greed and liability. After a newly constructed bridge collapses and results in the death of 15 people, Dr. Bull and the Tac team must work to put away the rich architect who approved its construction and stability. But when they realize that that same man owns the Tac office building, they must adapt their sleuthing methods to build a case. Will Bull be able help the District Attorney put the businessman behind bars? Read on to find out.

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'NCIS' Recap: Does Bishop Get Revenge on Chen?

21 February 2017 2:31 PM, PST

Last time on NCIS, we saw Abby run into trouble when she became part of a Department of Homeland Security think tank. Suffice to say that Abby's fake bomb was real, a theoretical terror handbook went missing and it launched a crossover episode with NCIS: New Orleans when Torres and McGee hit the Big Easy.

This episode of NCIS, titled "A Many Splendored Thing," shows us Bishop in revenge mode as the team gets some new intelligence in the Kai Chen case.  Chen is a rich business man who commits terror acts to affect the stock market. Bishop is determined to get revenge for the death of her boyfriend, Qasim. I am still sad that Qasim was killed off; I really liked them as a couple.

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'This Is Us' Recap: Randall Bonds with William on a Road Trip to Memphis

21 February 2017 1:59 PM, PST

Anyone who watches This Is Us is probably hugging their loved ones a little tighter after this episode, titled "Memphis." In a great tribute to Randall's biological father, the pair head to William's old haunts in Memphis on a road trip. The trip brings up memories of William's life from when he was a small child through his mother's death and his downward spiral shortly afterwards.

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'Legends of Tomorrow' Recap: The Team Joins King Arthur's Round Table

21 February 2017 1:32 PM, PST

As enjoyable an addition as Amaya has been to the Legends of Tomorrow team in season 2, her presence should be a problem. Amaya is a walking, talking time aberration, aka the thing the team is supposed to be preventing. As a member of a superhero team from the 1940s, Amaya should have no business being a time traveler.

In this episode, "Camelot/3000," Legends of Tomorrow seems to address this plot hole by establishing that Amaya is far from the only Jsa member to time travel. This is about the only logic issue that the episode addresses as it is an illogical mess of an episode. It still somehow manages to be a ton of fun to watch, but it's the junk food equivalent of a Legends episode.

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'Dance Moms' Season 7 Finale Recap: Who Wins at Nationals?

21 February 2017 12:35 PM, PST

The drama from Dance Moms wraps up in an explosive two-part season 7 finale, titled "Same Old Frenemies Part 1" and "Same Old Frenemies Part 2." If viewers thought the issues were intense before, it all comes to a head as the seventh season ends. 

The first part of the highly-anticipated finale kicks off at the Abby Lee Dance Company in Pittsburgh as the team gears up for what they've been waiting all season for: the Nationals competition. A lot of the dancers and their moms reflect on how far the team has come from the first competition to now. As for Abby, there's an underlying question of what her future holds as she faces possible jail time.

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'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Recap: Does Lisa Rinna Clear the Air with Eden?

21 February 2017 12:03 PM, PST

In the continuing saga of Lisa Rinna's big mouth and denial tour, she confronts Eden in this episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, titled "Feeding a Need." It's funny because "confronts" suggests that Eden doesn't really repeat exactly what she said in the same tone and inflection in which Rinna says it.

Of course, in true Rhobh style, fallout ensues and everyone takes sides. Dorit hasn't had much in the way of screen time in the last few episodes, so obviously she is going to insert herself into this drama. Because Dorit.

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'The Flash' Recap: Does the Team Save Harry from Gorilla City?

21 February 2017 11:26 AM, PST

The Flash might not have aired a new episode on Valentine's Day, but it may as well be the holiday of love for all the romance and good vibes happening between couples in "Attack on Gorilla City." Jesse and Wally are on the same Earth again, so what does that mean for them? How did drinks go for Caitlin and Julian? Are Barry's nightmares going to come to an end and leave his nights free for Iris?

Oh, yeah, and Barry, Caitlin, Cisco and Julian travel to Gorilla City on Earth-2 to rescue Harry. But in order to do so, Barry has to fight Solovar in an arena. Then, of course, there's Grodd, whose motives the team must question.

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'Switched at Birth' Recap: Is Travis Getting Replaced?

21 February 2017 11:03 AM, PST

In the Switched at Birth episode "Relation of Lines and Colors," Iris, upset with the lack of discussion on race issues, begins a fight against racism by starting a protest that causes her some trouble. This puts Daphne in an awkward position in which she must make some revelations about her surroundings. Meanwhile, Bay's love triangle between Emmett and Travis is far from over, and things get more complicated when Bay is less than honest with Travis. Find out everything that happened in this episode of Switched at Birth below.

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Why 'Timeless' Deserves a Season 2

21 February 2017 7:22 AM, PST

When NBC's time-travel drama first hit the air, we were somewhat skeptical about how a show like Timeless could last. It felt like something we had probably a million times before. The show proved doubters wrong, and managed to stay captivating throughout all 16 episodes. With NBC having yet made a decision on Timeless getting a season 2, here's why we think it's more than deserving.

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Why Corinne Is the Best Thing to Happen to 'The Bachelor' Season 21

21 February 2017 5:33 AM, PST

Nick Viall was a controversial pick for season 21 of The Bachelor, but viewers and the bachelorettes seemed willing to give Nick the benefit of the doubt that he was a genuinely nice guy with horrible luck in love. Nick has turned out to be a surprisingly sedate Bachelor, making some of us long for the bad boy of Bachelorette past. He's not much of a conversationalist --"great" is his go-to adjective -- which explains why his dates consist primarily of him interviewing his prospective brides about their lives while offering little info about himself. The dates devolve into contrived romantic scenarios with Nick and the lucky lady of the moment exchanging loud, sloppy kisses.

The women vying for Nick's affections have been minimally cray-cray and have been supportive of each other -- with a few notable exceptions. Even the usual first night cavalcade of weirdos was limited to »


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