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True Detective Recap: Up in Flames
3 hours ago
If you’d swung by Vinci Gardens and played the odds that at least one of True Detective‘s core four wasn’t gonna make it out of Season 2 alive, this week’s episode would’ve been your big payday.
Yep: Poor, conflicted, wooden (dare I speak ill of the freshly dead?) Paul Woodrugh is no longer working the Caspere case — or any case — after narrowly escaping an ambush by his former military buddies… and then getting shot dead just when he thought he was safe.
In other news, everyone is screwed and Ani and Ray did the sad-n-nasty. Read »
Food Network Star Recap: No Country for Bold Ramen
4 hours ago
Something died in the middle of this week’s Food Network Star — and not just guest judge Katie Lee’s will to live after being asked to accept the idea that a steaming bowl of soup makes the perfect warm-weather family-reunion entree.
Nope, I’m talking about the last shred of suspense regarding the Season 11 proceedings — which flatlined at the exact moment Jay chose to make Pigs in a Blanket (using store-bought biscuit dough!) and Ants on a Log (yes, that thing where you put peanut butter and raisins on a celery stick) for his mentor challenge.
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UnREAL Finale Preview: Rachel's Choice, Quinn's War, Broken-Hearted Jeremy and Season 2 Scenarios
6 hours ago
Prepare for an UnREAL season ender that you won’t soon forget.
But before we get to the romance of it all and explore Season 2 ideas with executive producer Marti Noxon, »
Stephen Colbert's Late Show Promos Wield Magic, Mitt and a 'Dreamboat'
6 hours ago
With just five weeks to go until Stephen Colbert makes his debut as the new Late Show host, CBS on Sunday night debuted a trio of teasers for the talker.
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In the first promo, Colbert astounds and amazes (2 percent of, me included) us with a card trick. In another, he shows how he is ready to go “back to school,” complete with a Trapper Keeper plastered with the face of his newsman “dreamboat.”
And in the last spot, Mitt Romney puts in a cameo — whether Colbert believes it or not. »