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'The Good Wife' Recap and Review: 'Red Meat' - Who Won The Election?

March 23rd, 2015 9:03am EDT
'The Good Wife' Recap and Review: 'Red Meat' - Who Won The Elect
Election day is finally here on The Good Wife, putting an end to the storyline that's been the focus of most of the sixth season. "Red Meat" wraps up Alicia's campaign in precisely the way you could've predicted it would end a while ago, but the lack of surprise is compensated for with some humor in unexpected places that makes the road more traveled still entertaining.

Alicia and Jonathan are pretending that they didn't just make out as Alicia meets up with Peter, who naturally is not thrilled that she took aim at him in her latest speech. She retorts that once the day is over, they can g...
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'Survivor' Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner

March 20th, 2015 8:28am EDT
Survivor - Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner
Previously on Survivor: Shirin and Max have made themselves outcasts on the White Collar tribe by opting to not wear clothing. The Blue tribe had their own problems, as Mike struggled to get everyone’s work ethics to kick in. No Collar lost another Immunity Challenge, and Nina was sent home.

After Tribal Council, the No Collar tribe told Will that his name had come up twice in the vote because the alliance of three was worried that Nina might have found a Hidden Immunity Idol. Will still believes that he will be the next voted out, should they lose another challenge.

The next day, Mike ma...
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'The Good Wife' Teaches Us Lessons About Working With Your Spouse

March 16th, 2015 9:04am EDT
'The Good Wife' Recap And Review: 'Open Source' - Spousal Differ
This week's The Good Wife teaches us that you should never work with your spouse, because inevitably, your work will cause you to do things that will spoil your personal relationship. Diane and Alicia both face that problem in "Open Source," while Alicia is also concerned with Jonathan and hey, a couple of people we've missed seeing surface again.

3D printers are fun, but like many things, can inevitably be used for both good and not so good. Such as the the case of Carsten Pope, who prints a gun which malfunctions and injures an innocent bystander. Florrick, Agos and Lockhart's newest cli...
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'The Good Wife' Gets Inside Alicia's Wild Thoughts

March 9th, 2015 9:05am EDT
'The Good Wife' Recap And Review: 'Mind's Eye' - Inside Alicia's
The Good Wife takes a right turn with this week's episode, "Mind's Eye," which as the title implies spends half of its time inside the head of Alicia Florrick. While Alicia's mind is racing with thoughts that are often funny and sometimes uncomfortable, back in the real world, a longtime nemesis is back to harangue Florrick, Agos & Lockhart just a little more.

Alicia has a massive interview with the conservative newspaper Editorial Board that everyone is convinced will be crucial to the State's Attorney's race, but she's also come down with laryngitis, so Jonathan (Steven Pasquale) orders ...
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'The Good Wife' At PaleyFest: Matt Czuchry Talks Cary In Season 6

March 8th, 2015 12:08pm EDT
'The Good Wife' At PaleyFest: Matt Czuchry Talks Cary In Season
The Good Wife finally joined the PaleyFest LA lineup on Saturday night, and we were on the red carpet at the Dolby Theatre to quiz star Matt Czuchry about the ups and downs that his character, Cary Agos, has been through so far in the current season - as well as the one big change that's about to come his (and our) way.

SPOILER ALERT: This article contains spoilers if you are not caught up with the current season of The Good Wife.

The character of Cary may be the most changed over the entire run of the series, and he certainly was thrown for a loop during the first half of season six. Fan...
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Did You Catch The Touching Tribute To Leonard Nimoy On The 'Big Bang Theory'?

March 6th, 2015 8:21am EST
'Big Bang Theory' Pays Touching Trubute To Leonard Nimoy
CBS' "The Big Bang Theory" paid its respects to it's favorite Vulcan, Leonard Nimoy, on Thursday.

Instead of sharing his usual weekly insights, Chuck Lorre's vanity card featured an image of Nimoy and one simple sentence: "The impact you had on our show and our lives is everlasting."

The television series "Star Trek" had been referenced many times on the series. Jim Parsons (Sheldon) dressed as Spock in one episode and all of the main male characters including Leonard (Johnny Galecki), Raj (Kunal Nayyar) and Howard (Simon Helberg) could all recite the Vulcan character's dying words.

Pe...
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Which 'Survivor' Took An Early Exit Last Night?

March 5th, 2015 11:44am EST
'Survivor : Worlds Apart' Recap - Vince: 'I Was Gonna Take Them
Last time on, Survivor: The three tribes seem to be embodying their names. The No Collars are chillin’, but there’s a power struggle going on in Vince’s mind – Joe’s abilities and likeability are making Vince jealous. The Blue Collars are working hard and playing hard. And the White Collars are floundering; they’ve got too many managers and not enough staff.

At the first Tribal Council, So was voted off the island. 17 are left. Who will be voted out tonight?

As the sun rises on Day Four, the Blues are enjoying the little crabs they’ve found on the beach, when Dan returns from a swim, minu...
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'The Good Wife' Recap And Review: 'Dark Money' - Horrible Bosses

March 2nd, 2015 7:36am EST
'The Good Wife' Recap And Review: 'Dark Money' - Horrible Bosses
The Good Wife is back, returning from its midseason break with another of its well-established recurring characters, a well-known special guest star, and, of course, more campaign drama. "Dark Money" is just one ring shy of a circus and underneath that, a slow start to the second half of the season.

The eccentric Colin Sweeney believes that a television program has based a character on him, using the "ripped from the headlines" phrase famously coined by Law & Order - hilariously, Dylan Baker plays both parts - and has enlisted Florrick, Agos and Lockhart to file suit on his behalf.

It's D...
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Survivor: Worlds Apart Premiere – And So It Begins

February 26th, 2015 12:27pm EST
Survivor
Yeehaw! It’s the 30th season of Survivor, and we’re going all cowboy this year! 18 plucky Americans, divided into three tribes, are jounced through the jungles of Nicaragua in the back of a pickup truck to meet our boy in blue, Jeff Probst.

Our contestants have been chosen based on their work styles. The White Collar group (the ones who make the rules,) Blue Collar (the ones who follow the rules,) and No Collar – those crazy freethinkers who live to break the rules. Why, there’s a No Collar fellow right now! You can tell because he looks vaguely like Fabio and has attached white feathers t...
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Singer Jonathan Knight And Boyfriend Join Cast Of 'The Amazing Race' (Watch)

February 26th, 2015 10:43am EST
Singer Jonathan Knight And Boyfriend Join Cast Of 'The Amazing R
"The Amazing Race" returns for season 26 of the reality competition series and will feature none other than New Kids on the Block singer Jonathan Knight, who will compete alongside boyfriend Harley Rodriguez.

Knight revealed to People Magazine that he was nervous to spend three weeks traveling with Rodriguez, admitting that it was probably the longest amount of time the couple has spent together continually.

Knight, 46, was a member of New Kids on the Block until he decided to leave the band in 1994. He reunited with the group upon its reformation in 2008.

The older brother of NKOTB ban...
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