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Mistresses Recap: A Trip Before Dying?

To paraphrase the immortal words of South Park, “Oh my God, Mistresses killed…”

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Lydia? Karen? Ok, maybe no one dies. But then again, it’s the penultimate episode of the season. We’ve got a mentally unstable ex-nanny who’s just taken a bottle full of pills and is teetering on the edge of a balcony. And we’ve got her wacky former employer suffering a calamitous collapse of her chic high-heeled shoe as she rushes to the young woman’s rescue.

As a betting man, I
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Management 360 Hires Sam Grey To Become Talent Manager/Producer

Exclusive: Management 360 has hired Sam Grey from Broadway Video to become a manager and producer. There is precedent for the company to bring back Grey, and there is also evidence he will be able to navigate his way around the talent representation game. He started with Management 360, and he is the son of Brad Grey, who, before becoming chairman/CEO of Paramount Pictures was arguably the most successful talent manager of his era. For the past three and a half years, Sam
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Mistresses Season 2 Finale Recap: Bride Goeth Before a Fall

Mistresses Season 2 Finale Recap: Bride Goeth Before a Fall
Warning: If you have yet to watch the Mistresses Season 2 finale, please skip this recap and head to another TVLine story. Everyone else, dive right in — the water is perfect!

Her long white gown flutters in the Pacific Ocean breeze. She runs to him, reckless and breathless, and God (or perhaps a really astute stylist) intervenes, making his tattered old t-shirt magically disappear, revealing a torso smoother and sturdier than the Quartz kitchen countertop of your home-design fantasies.

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Suddenly, she is astride him — their lips locked,
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Mistresses Recap: Mother of Dissension

Mistresses Recap: Mother of Dissension
Right from its very first episode, Mistresses has been a gasp-inducing delight. But somewhere, somehow, amidst the steamy shower sex and the fake dead husbands and the unopened paternity test results and the much-discussed “lethal doses of morphine,” ABC’s deliciously tawdry summer soap has proven it’s also got heart to go along with its cojones.

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Anyone doubting that sentiment need only have witnessed the penultimate scene of “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?” in
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Mistresses Review: The Risk of Passion

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Some of Tom Grey's last words to his son were that "passion makes life worth living."

While that may ring true, it also comes with the risk of consequences. "A Kiss is Just a Kiss?" proved that nothing these Mistresses do is risk free.

After last week's at-home pregnancy test, Savi ran to her Obgyn, which gave me pause. Wasn't going to the doctor who has been counseling her and her husband for months a huge risk if she was looking to keep this quiet? Unless Savi specifically told her doc not to say anything to Harry (which would be awkward), the good doctor might give Harry her congratulations if she were ever to run into him.

So I was completely relieved when she sought out another physician for the paternity test. I can't imagine how long the three weeks will seem while she waits for the results.

If the baby is Harry's,
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New Mistresses Episode 4,Season 1 Intense Spoilers & Clips Hit The Net

New Mistresses episode 4,season 1 intense spoilers & clips hit the net. Last night,ABC released the new spoilers and sneak peek/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "Mistresses" episode 4 of season 1. The episode is entitled,"A Kiss Is Just A Kiss?" And,it looks very intriguing and intense as Savannah may be preggers with Dominic's baby, Sam is going to totally flip out over Karen,and more. In the new "A Kiss Is Just A Kiss?" episode, Savannah will end up, finding out she's pregnant and knows there's a good chance the baby is indeed Harry's and not a result of the one-time affair she had with Dominic. Joss is going to find herself befriending her gay real estate client, Alex, who has a controlling significant other. April will get pressured by the woman who claims she had a child by April's dead husband. Also, despite Savannah's advice to the contrary,
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'Mistresses' episode 3: Put down the blow torch

'Mistresses' episode 3: Put down the blow torch
And while you’re at it, Karen (yep, that’s Yunjin Kim a.k.a. Sun from Lost), just step away from any/everything involving the family of your dead, married, lover/patient! Is anyone going to watch ABC’s Mistresses with me? Awesome.

Stop it, Sun! I understand why it’s taking awhile for Karen (technically the only real “mistress” of the four main characters…so far) to get over ageless handsome-monster John Schneider, whom we saw in some blow torch-enriched flashbacks. “I’m not done with Tom,” Karen confesses to Savannah (Alyssa Milano), who tries to convince her to move on.
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'Mistresses' episode 3: Put down the blow torch

'Mistresses' episode 3: Put down the blow torch
And while you’re at it, Karen (yep, that’s Yunjin Kim a.k.a. Sun from Lost), just step away from any/everything involving the family of your dead, married, lover/patient! Is anyone going to watch ABC’s Mistresses with me? Awesome. Stop it, Sun! I understand why it’s taking awhile for Karen (technically the only real “mistress” of the four main characters…so far) to get over ageless handsome-monster John Schneider, whom we saw in some blow torch-enriched flashbacks. “I’m not done with Tom,” Karen confesses to Savannah (Alyssa Milano), who tries to convince her to move on.
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Mistresses TV Review – ABC Channels UK Series

ABC‘s Mistresses aims for UK gold, but we all know the dangers involved with the “Americanization” of British television. For every The Office, there are four or five Couplings. There’s even a show (Episodes) based on the often misguided, or downright ludicrous, decisions involved in trying to take something that works for British audiences, and turn them into something that appeals to those across the pond. Sometimes the theory is to tweak the way things work, sprinkle in notes of American culture, and hopefully deliver the spirit of things. Once in a while, as with the horrible failure that was the American Coupling (based on one of the best shows ever, by the way), the idea is to try to keep the show intact as much as possible, all the way down to only the most minor of changes to the script. Both theories have their hits and misses.
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Meet Newest Mailroom Trainee: Sam Grey

Every summer, Hollywood offices fill up with the sons and daughters and nephews and nieces of the entertainment industry's major players. I've learned that Management 360 has just made a new hire right out of Brown for an entry-level position: Sam Grey, the son of Paramount chief Brad Grey. "He had an informational meeting with one of our managers who thought he was fantastic," Management 360 tells me. "We offered him a mailroom trainee position this past week, and he has accepted. Sam starts with us in early August, and we're looking forward to having him with us as we think [...]
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