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Characters reach a point of no return in dark, shocking season finale of 'The Divide'

Season 1 | Episode 7 | “To Whom Evil Is Done” | Aired Aug 27, 2014

The Divide‘s first season comes to an end in a typically fast-paced episode with a final 15 minutes that shockingly seals the fates of at least a couple of characters, while providing no such solace for those left behind.

Having realized that Kucik swiped the shot glass with his DNA, Eric Zale races back to the job site and, after failing to unearth a fix through drug packets he has hidden all around the office, is met up with the senior Zale, who demands that Eric reiterate everything that went down with Kucik at the house (this leads to a quite funny Al Pacino joke). Things get rather heated before the father lands a slap to his son.Read More

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'The Bridge' recap: Delicate plans

Season 2 | Episode 8 | “Goliath” | Aired Aug 27, 2014

The tables continue to turn as we pass the midpoint of season two. The stakes are high; we have a better idea of where the plot is going. Now, we just have to see which wrenches the writers throw in the protagonists’ plans.

Sonya is watching over a homeless drug addict. She leaves a locket of hair from a box of her sister’s things in the sleeping woman’s hand. “It’s over,” Sonya says. We pull back to see that Eleanor is watching Sonya. After she leaves, Eleanor approaches the homeless woman to take the locket. She smells it and leaves with it.

Robles is eating out at a local restaurant when the Marinas (Mexican Marines) surround Robles and take him. Why? They need him to tell them where Fausto Galvan is. Oh, you know Robles is going to talk.Read More

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'Legends' recap: Don't mess with Dante Auerbach

Season 1 | Episode 3 | “Lords of War” | Aired Aug 27, 2014

Legends rebounds this week with an hour of intensity, brutality, and the debut of Martin’s most notorious legend, Dante Auerbach. Dante is an international arms dealer who likes to get his hands dirty, and they were filthy by the time this episode was over. Sean Bean gave a killer performance as it felt like he sunk his teeth into this character more than previous legend, Lincoln Dittman. Dante gives off a cool, sexy vibe, but with a gleem of bad intentions behind his eyes. I think this week only scratched the surface of what Dante Auerbach is capable of.Read More

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'Graceland' recap: Baby mama drama

Season 2 | Episode 11 | “Home” | Aired Aug 27, 2014

After the blood bath that was the take-down of Sulla’s house in episode 10 and Lena’s stabbing in episode 9, Graceland has been on a murder trend, but luckily the only brutal murder in “Home” was a deer. Sorry Bambi, but we’d rather see you go than Mike Warren.

Briggs has spent season 2 meandering around doing Mike’s bidding, but with the Badillo tape resurfacing, Graceland is back to being all Briggs all the time and it rocks. The bank heist, sauce night and Briggs’ neurosis finally bring Graceland back together, and for the first time this season, there is a single plotline. The hopping back between different characters’ stories has been interesting, but where Graceland really thrives is when the house works as a team.Read More

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'The West Wing' has a blue Christmas

Season 1 | Episode 10 | “In Excelsis Deo” | Aired Dec 15, 1999

It’s Christmas at the White House, and I’m watching this West Wing episode on what’s easily the hottest day of the year where I live. Merry Christmas!

This festive episode opens with Sam and Toby bickering about when the new millennium actually begins, 2000 or 2001. Aww, you guys, remember 1999, when people got all snotty and superior about that?

Toby receives a call from the D.C. police and meets Lance Reddick, playing a police officer as only Lance Reddick can, who explains that a homeless man was found dead on a park bench with Toby’s business card in his pocket. Toby realizes he must’ve left it in a coat he donated to Goodwill. Reddick apologizes for bothering Toby. But you can tell that what really bothers Toby is Reddick’s dismissive attitude toward the man, whose arm tattoo on indicates he was a Marine who served in Korea.Read More

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Watch Zale and Isaiah go mano-a-mano in 'The Divide' finale

As if we needed more proof of how heated things have gotten on WE tv’s The Divide

In this exclusive clip from tonight’s much-anticipated season finale, we get a brief glimpse at how Stanley Zale’s (Kenneth Walsh) relationship with Isaiah Page (Clarke Peters) has soured as a flustered Zale storms into the police commissioner’s office and begins spouting threats, throwing out phrases such as “partners,” “deal,” and, most interesting of all, “one son, both sons.”

In a low blow, Zale tops it off with this soliloquy: “You have a black man in the White House and it’s still not enough for you. What the hell else do you people want?”

To say that Isaiah doesn’t take this lightly is an understatement—check out the clip and see for yourself!Read More

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'Face Off' recap: Tea parties and twisters

Season 7 | Episode 706 | “Wizard of Wonderland” | Aired Aug 26, 2014

This week, the Face Off contestants were up a twister and down the rabbit hole in the most fun and whimsical challenge they’ve had so far this season. They gather beneath a 94-foot-tall rainbow at Sony Pictures Studios, a tribute to The Wizard of Oz. This week’s challenge is based on the characters from the film. But there’s a twist! (At this point, the biggest twist Face Off could have would be not to include a twist.) The contestants will create Ozian characters as if they’ve fallen down the rabbit hole into Wonderland. Read More

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'Covert Affairs' recap: We’re in this together

Season 5 | Episode 10 | “Sensitive Euro Man” | Aired Aug 26, 2014

How do you know an episode is good? Easy. There’s a death, a passionate kiss and something blows up, causing everything to be shot in slow motion. Add in a hot guy who wears the hell out of sunglasses and a knockout blonde in Christian Louboutins, and you have one epic summer finale.

McQuaid is on the run with nothing but a backpack, a wad of cash and his square jaw to his name. The CIA has frozen his accounts and is waiting on bated breath for him to reach out through some form of communication. Langley has stormed McQuaid Security headquarters, seizing computers, files, donuts and boxes of paperclips. Everyone is being interrogated, including Annie Walker. She assures anyone who asks, even Arthur, that she will not put herself at risk by aligning with McQuaid should he reach out to her.Read More

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Bassam isn't the 'Tyrant' he thought he'd be

Season 1 | Episode 10| “Gone Fishing” | Aired Aug 26, 2014

I’m actually happy with this episode. Everything in it was written to expose Bassam as the delusional, power-hungry man he really is. The refrain from three of the biggest players in his life—Molly, Jamal and Leila—all referred back to the 20 years he spent in America running away from his problems.

The final episodes, especially this one, beg the question: Was this series supposed to be a satire? They set Bassam up to be the pure savior of the show, but now it seems like his character has been retconned into the embodiment of dangerous Western colonization ideology.Read More

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'Finding Carter' react: 6 reasons I really (x 6) like this episode

Season 1 | Episode 9 | “Do the Right Thing” | Aired Aug 26, 2014

As Finding Carter barrels toward its season finale, it’s turning up the drama. And, for this show, that’s really saying something. What’s happening with Max and Taylor’s relationship? Will David be able to repair his relationship with Carter? Will Elizabeth stay with David or go running back to Kyle? Will anyone ever notice Grant? The point is, this week’s episode, is six reallies worth of good, and here are six reasons why (don’t worry, the first one explains the “six reallies” thing).Read More

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