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The Last Man on Earth Season 3 Episode 1 Review: General Breast Theme With Cobras

3 hours ago

Welcome back!

The Last Man on Earth Season 3 Episode 1 picks up exactly where we left off. Pat Brown and two people in hazmat suits are headed toward our favorite survivors with guns.

Naturally, everyone freaks out and grabs a weapon. Melissa grabs a gun, Gail grabs a wine bottle and Tandy frantically shouts to shoot them in the throats and balls!

How hilarious was it that the group couldn't flee because Todd blocked all the cars in with the A Team van and couldn't find the Mr. T keys? Of course this classic vehicle would appear after Tandy drove the DeLorean last season.

I wasn't surprised at all when Melissa shot one of them on sight. She's becoming pretty handy with a gun and the group is concerned.

Carol Pilbasian: Have you learned your lesson about not using firearms?

Melissa Scharte: Yes, yes.

Carol Pilbasian: Firearms are not the answer. »

- Tiffany Staton

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Secrets and Lies Season 2 Episode 1 Review: The Fall

5 hours ago

Eric Warner may have killer blue eyes, but the real question is: did he kill his wife Kate?

We probably won't find out the answer to that until the end of the season. Nevertheless if this season is anything like Secrets and Lies Season 1 then we're in store for twists, turns, and a hell of a lot of frustration. 

Secrets and Lies Season 2 Episode 1 introduced us to a new case, with a new murder victim, and a new unfortunate soul who will most likely spend the rest of the season in Detective Cornell's cross hairs. 

On the surface Eric Warner seems to have everything together. He's rich, successful, and is soon to be taking over his father's firm. His wife Kate is the love of his life, and as he recently found out, the mother of his unborn child. 

Oh how quickly that unraveled! 

For the most part the premiere »

- Jasmine Blu

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Masters of Sex Season 4 Episode 3 Review: The Pleasure Protocol

6 hours ago

It's about time, Bill Masters! You've finally begun to see the light. 

It may have taken Bill more than a decade to find some clarity, but he's finally begun to understand just how dysfunctional his desire for Virginia actually is. 

Elsewhere in Masters of Sex Season 4 Episode 3, Bill and Virginia worked with their new associates, and Libby met a handsome stranger.

It's amazing how the tables have turned in the never-ending saga of Bill and Virginia's relationship. Bill had been floundering over his obsession with Virginia while she actively tried to find happiness away from him and their work.

Alice's appearance and subsequent revelation that Dan and Virginia never married was a wake up call for Bill. Alice had stood by Dan through countless affairs and even cleaned up the women's broken hearts after her husband was through with them. 

Seeing Alice's pathetic devotion to her husband shook Bill. »

- Amanda Steinmetz

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Once Upon a Time Season 6 Episode 1 Review: The Savior

6 hours ago

There's nothing more dangerous than an untold story.

Luckily for Once Upon a Time, there is a never-ending supply of stories, and if this episode is any indication of what's to come this season, then let's face it; we're in no danger at all. 

After what felt like an extraordinarily long summer, Once Upon a Time Season 6 Episode 1 welcomed us back into Storybrooke, giving each of its major players something big to work with. 

Yes, it's true that a blimp has landed, filled with mysterious residents that we don't know much about...yet. All of that seems like background noise when compared with the everyday struggles that the heroes of Storybrooke face.

Rumbelle's son is already delivering warnings from the womb, Regina can't seem to move forward, Henry's getting a little philosophical, Zelena is face to face with the Evil Queen, and it looks like Emma is headed for death. »

- Christine Laskodi

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Quantico Season 2 Episode 1 Review: Kudove

7 hours ago

I'm guessing Quantico Season 2 means double the time jumps, yay!

On Quantico Season 2 Episode 1, we had to endure quite a few time jumps within the first five minutes. I honestly stopped counting them after the third one. To make matters even better, we mixed things up with some location jumps as well.

News flash: I don't care where all these people were recruited from.

Instead of getting the blood pumping for a brand new conspiracy, the premiere served as a reminder of what went wrong the last time around. Confusing time jumps? Check. Ryan and Alex drama? Check.

We're even back in training, which was boring and felt rushed. You could never really get comfortable in whatever the test was that the recruits were going through because as soon as you start to understand what's going on, we jump to another storyline.

While sitting through slightly different training doesn't sound like a lot of fun, »

- Allison Nichols

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Fear the Walking Dead Season 2 Episode 13 Review: Date of Death

7 hours ago

Turns out Travis wasn't the only one to see Madison's signal.

On Fear the Walking Dead Season 2 Episode 13, the hotel gates were flooded with refugees who were drawn there from the surrounding areas.

Thanks to Madison's brilliant idea of turning on he hotel's power at night on Fear the Walking Dead Season 2 Episode 12, the huge bright red letters were a warm invite for anyone within close enough proximity to see it.

Hearing those people's cries for help was difficult, but what do you do in that situation?

It's a tough spot, no doubt. It was obvious that Madison had regretted her attempt to signal Travis, and subsequently luring all of those people to the hotel instead. Not to mention giving these people a false sense of hope and not even letting them in.


As difficult as it was for Madison to deny those people entry, it was the right decision for the group. »

- Steve Ford

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Power Season 3 Episode 10 Review: In My Best Interest

7 hours ago

Well, I've seen it all now. 

The central part of the first episode of the series revolves around Angela and Ghost reconnecting at Truth after years and years of estrangement. And Power Season 3 Episode 10 ends with Angela putting Ghost in handcuffs, charged with a crime he didn't commit. Yes, you read that right. 

Was this the ending you had envisioned? Did the right people die? I have my thoughts and I can't wait to hear all of yours. 

This episode was heavy on the Greg Knox and I'm only okay with that because it was his swan song. I knew Greg wouldn't make it out of this season alive, but he nearly met death once, only to be shot again in the neck and actually die this time. That's a rough way to go. 

I almost fucking died because of you.

Knox [to Sandoval] Permalink: I almost fucking died because of you. »

- Whitney Evans

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Watch Rob & Chyna Online: Season 1 Episode 3

9 hours ago

Did Rob manage to come to terms with being in the spotlight?

That was question on Rob & Chyna Season 1 Episode 3 when Rob & Chyna attended Khloe's birthday bash. 

Watch Rob & Chyna Season 1 Episode 3 Online

Meanwhile on this addictive reality series, Rob was forced to face the wrath of Chyna's family when he visited them. 

He also got to take a trip down memory lane with Chyna when she took him to her first strip club. 

Use the video above to watch Rob & Chyna online to get up to speed with the latest drama.  »

- Paul Dailly

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