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Carlton Cuse Breaks Down 'Colony' Finale, Previews Season 3

[Warning: This story contains spoilers for the season two finale of USA Network's Colony, "Ronin."]

"We'll meet again, don't know where, don't know when..."

Bob Burke (Toby Huss) sings this familiar tune during the Colony season two finale, resting in a hospital bed as he recovers from a brutal stabbing a few episodes earlier. At first glance, it's an ominous promise that Will (Josh Holloway) and Katie Bowman (Sarah Wayne Callies) still have some human threats in the rearview mirror, despite the fact that they've escaped the Los Angeles colony. 

It's a nod toward...
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Watch 'Mad Men,' 'Daily Show' Finales Celebrated in Emmys Tribute

Watch 'Mad Men,' 'Daily Show' Finales Celebrated in Emmys Tribute
The Emmys paid tribute to all of the celebrated television shows that ended in the past year, from talks shows hosted by late-night legends like David Letterman and Jon Stewart to long-running, acclaimed series like Mad Men.

Fred Savage (who will be costarring on Fox's The Grinder alongside Rob Lowe) introduced the tribute, which highlighted the final moments of series like Mad Men, Parks & Recreation, Sons of Anarchy and Boardwalk Empire. The "We'll Meet Again" finale number from The Colbert Report played over most of the clip show, which wrapped
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Stephen Colbert's 5 Best Moments on The Colbert Report (Videos)

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Stephen Colbert's 5 Best Moments on The Colbert Report (Videos)
After nearly 10 years on the air, The Colbert Report ended its run Thursday with a star-studded farewell for its host, Stephen Colbert. (Or "Stephen Colbert," as it were.) Colbert didn't break character for a moment on the series finale. For those hoping for a heartwarming farewell speech, you were out of luck. However, his send-off was still plenty emotional. As his former boss Jon Stewart joined him onstage, the two began a rousing rendition of "We'll Meet Again," joined by James Franco, George Lucas, Bryan Cranston, Elijah Wood, Patrick Stewart, Big Bird and many, many more. Of course, Colbert, 50, is moving on to greener pastures,
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Stephen Colbert's 5 Best Moments on The Colbert Report (Videos)

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Stephen Colbert's 5 Best Moments on The Colbert Report (Videos)
After nearly 10 years on the air, The Colbert Report ended its run Thursday with a star-studded farewell for its host, Stephen Colbert. (Or "Stephen Colbert," as it were.) Colbert didn't break character for a moment on the series finale. For those hoping for a heartwarming farewell speech, you were out of luck. However, his send-off was still plenty emotional. As his former boss Jon Stewart joined him onstage, the two began a rousing rendition of "We'll Meet Again," joined by James Franco, George Lucas, Bryan Cranston, Elijah Wood, Patrick Stewart, Big Bird and many, many more. Of course, Colbert, 50, is moving on to greener pastures,
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Stephen Colbert Gets Fond Farewell From Hollywood on Social Media

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Stephen Colbert Gets Fond Farewell From Hollywood on Social Media
With “The Colbert Report” coming to a close on Thursday night after nine years on the air, some of the biggest names in Hollywood have been sharing their fond memories of the Comedy Central series.

See photos: 14 Late Night TV Hosts Ranked by Popularity

Host Stephen Colbert brought back a slew of former guests for his final show in an epic, star-studded singalong. Those who weren’t able to make it (and even some who did) took to Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to post their messages of congratulations, appreciation and sadness to see Colbert and his conservative character go.

Comedy icon Steve Martin,
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"The Colbert Report" Ends With Star-Studded "We'll Meet Again" Performance -- See The Video!

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Don't go, Stephen Colbert! "The Colbert Report" finally came to an end on Thursday, after nine years and 1,447 episode-run. But in true Stephen fashion, the comedian went out with a bang. Check out the video above to see Colbert and friends like James Franco, President Bill Clinton, Toby Keith, Katie Couric, John Stewart, Bryan Cranston, Cyndi Lauper, Big Bird and many, many more sing "We'll Meet Again" for Stephen's final "Colbert Report" sign-off. Did it remind anyone else of Chelsea Handler's final episode of "Chelsea Lately"?Plus, make sure to watch until the very end to see special appearances from Alex Trebek and Santa Clause! While Colbert stuck to his usual politically-centered commentary throughout the final episode, we're sure the Comedy Central vet was a little emotional by the end of the show.At least Stephen had a great (and star-studded) support system to help him properly say goodbye
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Goodbye, 'Colbert Report'! We'll meet again some sunny day

Goodbye, 'Colbert Report'! We'll meet again some sunny day
To watch a truly satisfying finale is that rare thing, like getting to see Abraham Lincoln's unicorn horn. Our expectations as fans are often so high, it's almost impossible to meet them. And it seemed like Stephen Colbert was winking at that idea in the final, go-big episode of The Colbert Report, which featured an all-star singalong to "We'll Meet Again" that included (among many others) Henry Kissinger, an astronaut, Big Bird, Bill Clinton, and Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan (who was still chained up in Colbert's basement after his own finale) before its host flew off in a sleigh with three beyond-your-wildest-dreams,
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Stephen Colbert Becomes Immortal in Final Star-Studded 'Colbert Report'

Stephen Colbert Becomes Immortal in Final Star-Studded 'Colbert Report'
"If this is your first time tuning into The Colbert Report, I have some terrible news," Stephen Colbert joked during the opening of his final episode. "This is also your last time tuning into The Colbert Report. Until 10 years from now when they reboot it with J.J. Abrams."

News: Late-Night Hosts React To Colbert Replacing Letterman

After building a comedy powerhouse, Stephen Colbert hosted his final episode of his beloved satirical Comedy Central talk show Thursday, and it was just the right mix of humor and emotion. Here are some of the best moments from his historical series finale.

Colbert Explores His Impact on History

During Colbert's last installment of "The Word," he chronicled his impact on history and all that he's accomplished since the show began in 2005, including:

- Convincing the Sagniaw Spirit, a minor league hockey team in Michigan, to name their mascot Steagle Colbeagle the Eagle

- Starting the Colbert Super Pac

- Hosting
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'Castle' recap: 3Xk kills Lanie and Esposito doubles in 'Disciple'

Could anything be creepier than investigating your own murder? "Castle" makes Lanie and Esposito answer that question when lookalikes are found dead. And the answer is yes: It gets creepier when the shadow of 3Xk looms over the investigation in "Disciple."

Not dead yet

If you recall, the last time we saw 3Xk, aka Jerry Tyson, Castle had just shot the guy over the edge of a bridge, presumably to his death. But the body was never recovered. On television, that is code for "Of course he's alive, you fools!"

And it seems like Jerry is indeed alive and well and staging elaborate murders in order to creep out the detectives of the 12th Precinct.

Tyson has even managed to recruit some messed-up accomplices/disciples. There's Carl Matthews, the security guard who finds the first body on the docks. He's the guy who almost definitely carried out the killings in this particular episode.
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'Star Wars' actor Richard LeParmentier dies, aged 66

'Star Wars' actor Richard LeParmentier dies, aged 66
Star Wars actor Richard LeParmentier has died, aged 66.

The British actor was best known for playing Admiral Motti in 1977's Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

In one of the film's most iconic scenes, Motti was Force-choked by Darth Vader for insubordination.

The circumstances of the actor's death have yet to be confirmed, TMZ reports.

LeParmentier starred in over 30 films and TV shows during his career, including roles in Who Framed Roger Rabbit? and Stardust.

He was married to British actress Sarah Douglas from 1981 to 1984, and both appeared in Rollerball, The People That Time Forgot and Superman II.

He also had roles in Octopussy and the TV shows Capital City and We'll Meet Again.

LeParmentier once said of his most famous role: "I did the choking effect by flexing muscles in my neck. It set off a chain of events, that choking.

"I can't do it anymore because, oddly enough,
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True Blood Season 5 Episode 52 'We'll Meet Again' Review

It took four episodes, but with 'We'll Meet Again,' True Blood finally felt like it got somewhere. Whether that's good or not remains to be seen.

Pam, the shining light of this season, finally did something I hated; she saved Tara from her tanning bed suicide. While I can't believe the writers were again given an out on the Tara character and didn't take it, she did serve to further make Pam this season's Mvp. Pam has taken to being Tara's maker and is feeling a sense of power she's never known. There were also some subtle reactions on Pam's part to seeing Tara's burnt face, obviously reminding her of her cursed appearance throughout much of Season 4. Kristin Bauer van Straten has been above and beyond this season. She deserves better than this show.

Bill and Eric's Bogus Journey didn't really move along much, but both of them
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True Blood Season 5 Episode 53 'Let's Boot and Rally' Promo: Come Together

The last episode of HBO's True Blood, 'We'll Meet Again,' wasn't much different than the three before it. Russell Edgington is still in hiding while he regenerates after his short stint in the ground. Pam is still by far and away the most intriguing character and only consistently interesting arc. And there are far too many scattered plots and sub-plots going on at once.

In the next episode 'Let's Boot and Rally,' several of the characters look as if they'll be coming together for the immediate future. Bill and Eric's vampire adventures will intersect with Alcide and Sookie, sending the quartet off to find Russell before Roman puts a stake through Bill and Eric's hearts via his cell phone app. Based on the promo below, it looks like they will be looking in the type of dark spaces that would suit Russell well.

Hoyt's new goth look
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True Blood Season 2 Episode 53 'Let's Boot and Rally' Promo: Come Together

The last episode of HBO's True Blood, 'We'll Meet Again,' wasn't much different than the three before it. Russell Edgington is still in hiding while he regenerates after his short stint in the ground. Pam is still by far and away the most intriguing character and only consistently interesting arc. And there are far too many scattered plots and sub-plots going on at once.

In the next episode 'Let's Boot and Rally,' several of the characters look as if they'll be coming together for the immediate future. Bill and Eric's vampire adventures will intersect with Alcide and Sookie, sending the quartet off to find Russell before Roman puts a stake through Bill and Eric's hearts via his cell phone app. Based on the promo below, it looks like they will be looking in the type of dark spaces that would suit Russell well.

Hoyt's new goth look
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True Blood Needs to Trim Some Fat

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True Blood S05E04: "We'll Meet Again"

Somewhere along the way, True Blood's best storylines got buried in boring peripheral plots and a crowd of new or lukewarm characters. To put it in terms the chiseled cast of the show would understand: Pam and Eric, Bill and Sookie, Jessica and Jason, Lafayette and Alcide: These are your abs, True Blood. These are the characters you want to display, define, and emphasize. Everything else is fat. I'm not saying bring the fat percentage down to zero, but the closer you get to zero, the...  More >>
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'True Blood' - 'We'll Meet Again': The Stackhouses' shocking secret

As we promised, True Blood's "We'll Meet Again" was full of shockers for Bon Temps' supernatural residents -- and even its few remaining mortals too.

Blood was spilled, spit was swapped and a major bombshell was dropped about the death of Sookie's parents.

Spoilers ahead...

Sookie (Anna Paquin) and Alcide finally hooked up! The besotted werewolf might not have scored a home run, but they did make out. Unfortunately, (1) Joe Manganiello didn't take off his shirt; (2) both of Sookie's spurned lovers, Bill (Stephen Moyer) and Eric (Alexander Skarsgard), witnessed their smooch session; and (3) because the frisky fairy was drunk, she's going to wake up with a hella hangover and a bitter taste of regret (flavored with Tara's marzipan cocktails). If so, the last remedy she'll seek is the hair of the dog -- or wolf.

So why is Sookie so sloshed? We blame Tara (Rutina Wesley), who unfortunately survived her latest suicide attempt.
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True Blood Review: Chasing Fairy Tail

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True Blood shocked me this week.

Not through any nudity nor any supernatural shenanigans. Quite the opposite, in fact.

"We'll Meet Again" actually made me care about Terry Bellefleur.

Granted, his storyline with Patrick is utterly removed from everything else on the show. And that flashback to events in Iraq felt completely out of place on True Blood, unlike anything else we've seen on the series. But perhaps that's what drew my attention.

Going on five seasons in, I've practically grown numb to all of True Blood's over-the-top action. I barely raise an eyebrow at this point when a nine-year old Authority member gets decimated in one stab and the Guardian gives a chilling speech with that nine-year old's blood dripping down his face.

Been mostly there, done a lot of that.

But the cut to that combat mission actually took me by surprise. It was different and fresh
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True Blood Season 5 Episode 52 'We'll Meet Again' Preview

HBO's True Blood will attempt to find some direction this week in We'll Meet Again, the next installment of what is proving to be a scattered and unsatisfying fifth season of the supernatural series. Someone besides Pam needs to step up to the plate and deliver a story worth caring about.

In We'll Meet Again, Eric and Bill will continue their bogus journey to deliver Russell Edgington to Roman and the Vampire Authority. They are beginning to believe they won't survive - not a stretch considering the stakes strapped to their hearts - but forge ahead and call upon the services of Sookie and her Faerie powers to help locate the recently unearthed irate former vampire king.

Hoyt went Goth in the last True Blood episode and will continue his search for a new post-Jessica vampire mate at Fangtasia. Speaking of the vampire bar, Pam will finally see her maker Eric again and sarcasm flies.
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'True Blood': 5 shockers ahead in 'We'll Meet Again'

Prepare yourselves, "True Blood" fans: Sunday's (July 1) episode is so shocking it could give even a vampire a heart attack.

"We'll Meet Again" marks a huge turning point for nearly everyone in Bon Temps. Murder, breakups, makeups, makeouts, more murder...and a startling revelation that will change everything for the Stackhouses.

Don't believe us? Then read on for five teases of what's to come.

1. Animal Magnetism: What happens when you mix a mutually attracted werewolf and fairy with lots and lots of alcohol and nothing to lose? You do that math.

2. Angel of Death: Everyone (except for some four-legged friends) is hating on Sookie (Anna Paquin). Is it really her fault that death follows her like a duck on a junebug? Maybe some folks have a right to be irritated, but trying to kill her seems a wee bit extreme, no?

3. An Offer She Can't Refuse: Death might seem
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True Blood Sneak Peeks: Meeting the Makee

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Things are about to get emotional on True Blood.

First, Sookie will be unable to control hr guilt, or her mouth, racing over to Jason's and admitting to her role in Debbie Pelt's death. Watch that exchange in this clip from "We'll Meet Again."

True Blood Clip: Sookie Confesses

Does Sookie have to worry about Debbie's parents also discovering the truth? Not if Alcide can help it. He tells a half-truth in this sneak peek:

True Blood Clip: Telling a Half-Truth

Finally, Pam will be surprised by the presence of a certain someone in Fangtasia, while she will have a surprise for him as well:

True Blood Clip: An Awkward Reunion

Visit TV Fanatic the moment this new episode concludes on Sunday for my review.
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A Trio of Clips from True Blood Episode 5.04 - We'll Meet Again

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It looks like there are some shenanigans going on in the upcoming Episode 5.04 of "True Blood", entitled "We'll Meet Again", what with Sookie confessing and Alcide telling a half-truth. Check out these clips from the ep to see what they, as well as Pam, are up to.

Episode #52 (5.04): “We’ll Meet Again”: Eric (Alexander Skarsgard) and Bill (Stephen Moyer) have doubts they will survive the search for Russell (Denis O'Hare). Sookie (Anna Paquin) opens up to Alcide (Joe Manganiello). An irate Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis) unwittingly puts Sookie’s life in danger. At Authority headquarters, Roman (Christopher Meloni) and Salome (Valentina Cervi) continue interrogating Nora (Lucy Griffiths) about the Sanguinistas – and a possible traitor within the Council. Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten) forces Tara (Rutina Wesley) to toe the line; Andy (Chris Bauer) and Jason (Ryan Kwanten) go to a burlesque party; Sam’s (Sam Trammell) shifter friends invite
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