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'Once Upon a Time' Season 3, episode 12: Wicked is here ... with flying monkeys and a new curse
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Wicked isn't just coming to "Once Upon a Time" ... it's already here.
On the midseason premiere of the ABC fairytale drama, a new curse was set in motion, an old curse was broken and a new, mysterious villain was introduced. So what went down in "New York City Serenade?"
After having both her and Henry's memories wiped, Emma's living happily in NYC. She's doing great at her job, she's a loving mother with no memory of ever giving Henry up for adoption, and she's even got a hot new boyfriend, Walsh (hello, Chris Gorham!). While out to dinner with her new seemingly-perfect beau, he proposes to her, but she realizes that she needs time to answer. She's not ready for that kind of commitment, as she's only known him for a few months. Of course, Henry's totally okay with it, but he doesn't seem over the moon about it either. »
'The Simpsons' says goodbye to Marcia Wallace's Edna Krabappel
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"The Simpsons" has bid its final farewell to Edna Krabappel, Bart's teacher. The touching tribute to the late Marcia Wallace came at the end of Sunday's (March 9) episode, "The Man Who Grew Too Much."
After completing the main story, which saw the return of Sideshow Bob (Kelsey Grammer), the show returned with an epilogue featuring Edna dancing with Ned Flanders, when she threw out her signature laugh. The scene is revealed to be a dream Flanders was having.
"I sure do miss that laugh," he says with a picture of Krabappel sitting next to another of his late wife, Maude. That's when class bully Nelson pops up with his own laugh, before telling Ned, "I miss her too."
Wallace died in October, after a 30-year battle with breast cancer.
'Game of Thrones' releases new Season 4 trailer: Watch the epic, extended sneak peek
1 hour ago
It's officially less than one month away from the "Game of Thrones" Season 4 premiere, and here's a little something to hold you over until then.
HBO dropped a brand-new trailer on Sunday (March 9) on the official Facebook page, and it's filled with epic footage of all the fan-favorite characters ... and the villains making their lives difficult.
It looks like Jon Snow, Wildlings hot on his trail, will finally learn of what has become of his family. "All that time I was gone ... the world's fallen apart," Jon says ominously.
And the Mother of Dragons is still on the warpath, dedicated to sitting on the Iron Throne, and has no desire to show mercy. "I will answer injustice with justice," she says, and judging by the size of her dragons, justice will coming soon.
Watch the new trailer below:
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"Game of Thrones" Season 4 premieres Sunday, April 6 at 9 p. »
'The Good Wife' Season 5, episode 13: Florrick-Agos is on to the Nsa
2 hours ago
This week's "Good Wife" wasn't the high-octane episode that Season 5 has become known for, but it did set some very interesting wheels in motion for the second half of the season.
Case of the Week
Lemond Bishop is back, with the lawyer Lester in tow who deals with Bishop's less-than-legal activities -- played by the always-awesome Wallace Shawn. This time it's the DEA coming after Bishop. They've got testimony from a "witness" about Bishop transporting and storing bricks of cocaine.
However, it turns out the witness is a false evidence trail, which the DEA must construct when they receive information from Nsa wiretaps. That's "Parallel Construction, B****es."
The Nsa surveillance, if you'll recall, is the on-going storyline that dates back to the Lockhart/Gardner case of Danny Marwat from Season 3.
Anyway, the Nsa can provide tips to other government agencies but the other agencies can't let it be the »
'Shameless' Season 4, episode 8 recap: Ian comes home, Lip gets lucky
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After Fiona finally admitted to herself and the court that she was guilty of putting Liam's life in danger, after a stern talking to by Lip, her family slowly started coming back together on "Shameless," at least for a moment.
Ian made his first appearance in the Gallagher house all season, though it was the new him, who isn't exactly drug free. Still, coming home is a good first step toward getting the old Ian back.
Though he was home and, for the first time in a while, the house was full of Gallagher children, Fiona being stuck on house arrest isn't a good thing -- especially since the kids are growing up and constantly on the go. When she finds herself alone, she desperately calls Vee, asking for booze. Her timing couldn't be worse, as she gets plastered and burns a bunch of food just as Lip comes home with Liam. »
'The Walking Dead' Season 4, episode 13 'Alone' recap: One step closer to a Terminus reunion
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The central characters on "The Walking Dead" are slowly, slowly being drawn back together. Following up on last week's character-driven "Still," "Alone" kept this season inching toward its (hopefully) inevitable end. All of its characters who had not yet reached the train tracks did in this episode, and all but two of them are heading towards Terminus.
"Alone" finally fleshed out Bob Stookey's character, showing the scene were he first met Glenn and Daryl on the road and explaining what his life had been like in his previous groups. In both those situations he had been the last one still alive, and he admits he is happy here because at least has people with him.
With Bob Stookey, viewers got their first new romance of Season 4. Though the feelings between Daryl and Beth are still questionably romantic, Bob flat out kissed Sasha before they parted ways so she could find »
'Cosmos' review: Neil deGrasse Tyson brings brilliant science, questionable history to the world
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"Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey" is one of the most interesting, accessible and beautiful pieces of scientific television to appear in decades -- basically since the original "Cosmos" with Carl Sagan. Revived by host (and astronomer) Neil deGrasse Tyson, Seth MacFarlane (yes, the "Family Guy" guy) and Ann Druyan (Sagan's widow), the new "Cosmos" aims to bring the universe's beauty and wonder to audiences.
Does it succeed?
As long as "Cosmos" sticks to the science it knows best, yes. "Cosmos" is almost as scientifically amazing as it is beautiful. This is no dry textbook -- it's a fun and informative look at the universe.
When "Cosmos" falters -- possibly fatally for some -- is in taking tentative steps away from science and into realms like history and religion. Possibly offensive to some, certainly confusing to many and occasionally inaccurate, "Cosmos" isn't so great in these areas.
But let's look at the show's considerable success first. »
'Once Upon a Time' EPs tease whats coming in Fairytale Land, Storybrooke and beyond
3 hours ago
"Once Upon a Time" finally returned from its midseason hiatus on Sunday (March 9), and so much went down in Fairtytale Land, New York City, and even a mysteriously reappeared Storybrooke, that Zap2it went straight to the showrunners to get some answers.
"Ouat" creators Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz spilled the beans on what's coming next for all our favorite characters and some wicked new ones that showed up in the final moments of "New York City Serenade." Read on for all the scoop below:
Wicked isn't coming ... it's here
While our favorite characters have no idea what they're in for back in Fairytale Land, the audience got a glimpse of the Wicked Witch, and she was positively glowing with excitement for what she has planned. "The vengeance that she wants to enact is exactly what we're going to get into the next episode," Horowitz reveals.
Kitsis elaborates, "When we »