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'The Flash' Review: Flash No More?

November 26th, 2014 7:38am EST
The Flash
"Power Outage" could have lived and died as an entirely forgettable outing for the Scarlet Speedster. Oh look, another metahuman, bent on wreaking some kind of particle-accelerator-adjacent havoc? Big whoop. That happens every week.

But "Power Outage" will live on- because it's not just one standalone "Flash" episode. It's three episodes, gleefully mushed together into a tangle of crazy that was kind of incredible.

Barry, you see, has gotten cocky. He's using his powers in broad daylight, in front of crowds of people, stopping muggers willy-nilly and crossing boundaries man was not meant ...
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'Sleepy Hollow': 5 Ridiculous Moments From 'Magnum Opus'

November 25th, 2014 9:56am EST
'Sleepy Hollow' Review: 5 Ridiculous Moments From 'Magnum Opus'
The magic is gone. Officially. Everything good about season one has been burned away or overdone. This season began with so much potential, from the addition of Ichabod’s Moloch-aligned son to a larger role for the Headless Horseman. Yet, everything that had a strong possibility of being successful has failed.

Henry, despite having the single most complicated backgrounds of all the characters, was not much more than a mustache-twirling henchman. Katrina’s faith in her son is based on absolutely no facts or shows of humanity on his part, making her seem idiotic. The horseman turned from a g...
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'The Walking Dead': 10 Badass Moments From 'Crossed'

November 24th, 2014 9:40am EST
The Walking Dead
“Crossed” proves that episodes that feature all of the characters are stronger than the episodes featuring one group at a time. Last week’s jaunt with Carol and Daryl was great, but we also had to endure Beth and Abraham’s episodes in order to get to it. These standalone episodes probably have more to do with filming schedules than creative opportunities, but they’re to the detriment of the show. In “Crossed” there was plenty of time for each of the groups: Rick’s group, those left at the church, Abraham’s dawdlers, and the hospital crew. Most of the characters got a moment to shine, even o...
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'Transporter: The Series' Recap: 'Cherchez La Femme' - A Stunning Season Finale

November 23rd, 2014 9:08am EST
Transporter: The Series
You know how season finales always want to be big, bad and better than ever? Transporter: The Series is all that and then some as it finishes out its first cycle. It delivers the spectacle of a season ender - including some of the finest action to be broadcast on television - and underneath that there's equally brilliant acting. It all comes together almost perfectly in the best finale you could ask for.

Frank's last package is an upstart hacker who goes by the street name Jet (played by Chelsea Hobbs); she's run off on her client, and he's been hired to retrieve her. As he completes deliv...
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'Transporter: The Series' Recap: 'Give The Guy A Hand' - Somebody's Last Laugh

November 23rd, 2014 9:01am EST
'Transporter: The Series' Recap And Review: 'Give The Guy A Hand
Transporter: The Series is closing in on its destination, and it's finishing up the season almost exactly as it began the run: by mixing up a cocktail somewhere between nerve-wracking and not so serious. With "Give the Guy a Hand," things are more for laughs and there isn't any real shock value unless you haven't seen a literal hand before. But there's the usual amount of first-class fights and a reminder that certain geographic locations may be hazardous to your health.

The last time Frank Martin was in Toronto, there was a fight and then a hockey game broke out. After this, maybe he shou...
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'Transporter: The Series': Life Lessons From Frank Martin

November 22nd, 2014 12:04pm EST
'Transporter: The Series': Life Lessons From Frank Martin
On TNT's Transporter: The Series, Frank Martin (Chris Vance) is one of TV's biggest action heroes. And while he's been delivering packages around the world, he's also taught us quite a few things about life. In honor of tonight's Transporter season finale, here are some of the many lessons we've learned from Frank.

01) Set ground rules (even if you're never going to follow them). It's important to know your boundaries, despite the fact that you will break at least one - and likely more than one - of them over and over again, to the point where we're not sure why you even bother repeating t...
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'Constantine': 5 Best Moments from 'Danse Vaudou'

November 22nd, 2014 4:22am EST
'Constantine' Review: 5 Best Moments from 'Danse Vaudou'
Here are the top 5 moments from “Danse Vaudou:”

The Introduction of Jim Corrigan

Jim Corrigan (Emmett Scanlan) is introduced as a potential ally for John. He’s a detective in New Orleans who has stumbled onto the dark underworld of the Constantine universe simply because he needed a drunken alleyway bathroom break. His first scene is actually hilarious in a way that the show often attempts but rarely nails. As he positions himself on the alley wall to pee, a girl walks behind him, clearly disgusted. He drunkenly waves his police badge like a permission slip. The girl is confronted by the ...
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'Transporter: The Series' Season Finale Preview

November 21st, 2014 12:05pm EST
'Transporter: The Series' Season Finale Preview And New Behind T
Frank Martin will face his biggest showdown yet in Saturday's Transporter: The Series season finale - and audiences will see action like you've never seen before on television.

So far this season, viewers have watched Frank (Chris Vance) deal with countless henchmen and tough guys determined to stand in the way of his deliveries. He's also had a poison capsule injected into his neck, driven with a live bomb in the back seat, and most recently, set a plane on fire by throwing his phone into one of the engines.

But in "Cherchez La Femme," things get even more dangerous for Frank when his la...
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5 Shocking Moments From The 'Grey's Anatomy’ Winter Finale

November 21st, 2014 8:18am EST
grey's anatomy
I was all set to label “Grey’s Anatomy’s” winter finale a snooze fest, until the last 20 minutes told a completely different story. Fans of any Rhimes produced show know it’s the Shonda way; lull viewers into a false sense of security than when complacent BOOM, CLAP!! We’re hit with the best emotional bombshell. Still reeling from “Risk’s” ricochets, below are the 5 most shocking moments from the winter finale.

Shepherd Goes to Washington (For Real)

After spending half the season sparring, Meredith and Derek have reached the ultimate impasse when he decides to take Obama—not Fitz—up on hi...
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'Law & Order SVU': Ray Rice Themed Episode: No More

November 20th, 2014 10:26am EST
'Law & Order SVU' Recap: Ray Rice Themed Episode: No More
Has everyone recovered from last week’s “Chicago Crossover” episodes? I hope so because it’s back to “SVU’s” regularly scheduled headline-swiping episodes.

In “SVU’s” 9th episode “Spousal Privilege,” the detectives tackle (no pun intended) a pro-footballer that may be abusing his girlfriend. The whole episode is pretty vague in terms of how often the abuse occurs, mainly because the baby mama Paula (Meagan Good) refuses to admit it’s happening, until she doesn’t have a choice.

An online image-infused bulletin board, you know the one that posted the celebs leaked nude pics, posted security...
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