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'Forever' fan recap: Party like it's 1979

Season 1 | Episode 16 | “Memories of Murder” | Aired Feb 24, 2015

In “Memories of Murder,” Forever continues to masterfully weave the past with the present. As Henry and Jo investigate the murder of Sarah (Auden Thornton), a young coed, Henry is reminded of his relationship with Abigail and the pain of losing her.

Sarah was involved with an older man, Neville (Cotter Smith), who hired her to play the role of his deceased wife. He rented the apartment he and his wife had once lived in (lucky it was available!) and decorated it—down to the last detail—like their ’70s home. Sarah would come over and act out specific memories for Neville using scripts that he had given her. On the night she died, they were reenacting the night Neville’s wife told him she was pregnant.Read More

Emily Kinney discusses her guest spot on ABC's 'Forever'

Since leaving her role on AMC’s The Walking Dead in the mid-season-five finale, Emily Kinney has been busy. In this exclusive interview, the EW Community caught up with Emily in between music gigs, TV guest spots, and recording a new album to learn what she’s been up to and get the inside scoop on her upcoming role on ABC’s Forever.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY COMMUNITY: What’s the experience been like, being killed off of a show? The fans were pretty upset about it.Read More

'Forever' fan recap: We are family

Season 1 | Episode 15 | “The King of Columbus Circle” | Aired Feb 10, 2015

Forever keeps finding interesting ways for Henry’s long and complicated past to make its way into his present. Sometimes the connections are more metaphorical, other times they are more concrete. In “The King of Columbus Circle,” it is the latter.

When an old man is found dead in a park, Henry takes one look at a surgical scar on his abdomen and knows he is the doctor who did the procedure. He also knows the man was once the king of a small country called Urkesh.

Long ago forced to leave his homeland after a coup that killed his entire family, Armen Aronov had been living for decades in quiet anonymity in New York City. As he neared the end of his life, he had one wish: to return to his home country to die. Unfortunately, he was murdered before he had a chance to realize his dream.Read More

'Forever' fan recap: Adam's baaack

Season 1 | Episode 14 | “Hitler on the Half-Shell” | Aired Feb 3, 2015

If there’s one theme that’s been running through Forever from the very start, it’s that things are not always what they seem. Such is the case when the team discovers the murdered body of Karl Haas (Brian Corrigan).

At first glance, Karl, the son of a prominent Nazi, appears to be the evil spawn of a heinous man. Karl is a secretive, quiet man who, according to his son, spends all of his time alone, surrounded by extremely expensive art. As it turns out, the art in his possession is actually stolen.Read More

EW Community SOS: Save Our Shows

Last week, EW published a full report card examining how each network’s shows were faring at the midseason point. Here at the Community, we were bummed to find that some of our favorite series are at risk of being canceled. A world without Henry Morgan? Rayna James? Emily Thorne?! We could cry just thinking about it.

Here is a list of shows we’d like to see renewed—and our best arguments for why they should be!Read More

'Forever' recap: Old wounds

Season 1 | Episode 13 | “Diamonds Are Forever” | Aired Jan 13, 2015

For the fans of Forever who have been waiting for an episode to delve deeper into the personal life of Detective Jo Martinez, “Diamonds Are Forever” finally delivered. When a man gets hit by a car down the block from Jo’s house and his DNA is found at the scene of a diamond heist, it appears the two are connected. The victim, Aaron Brown (Tyler Elliot Burke) has a long rap sheet, including an arrest several years ago for diamond theft, so Jo assumes that he robbed the store before getting killed. As she explains to Henry, criminals don’t change their stripes.Read More

'Forever' recap: Kill or be killed

Season 1 | Episode 12 | “The Wolves of Deep Brooklyn” | Aired Jan 6, 2015

All right, Forever fans, we’re back! Did you miss Henry Morgan? If you did, you’re not alone. Jo and Lucas were missing him, too. A lot.

In the aftermath of being manipulated by “Adam” and killing a man, Henry needs to take some time away from crime solving. Jo is forced to work with a different (and significantly less competent) medical examiner who is even ruder to Lucas than Henry typically is. Henry, meanwhile, is at home busying himself the way any person would after killing another human being—by performing autopsies on dead rats and trying to piece together their final moments. It looks like he might stay in hiding forever (literally), until Abe receives a phone call from an old Army buddy saying that his son is dead.Read More

'Forever' winter finale recap: The secret's out!

Season 1 | Episode 11 | “Skinny Dipper” | Aired Dec 9, 2014

Wowza! Forever‘s winter finale felt like a glorious payoff for our months of loyalty. The show has had its ups and downs in this first half a season—and some of the show’s biggest flaws were on display in this episode—but regardless, “Skinny Dipper” was an incredibly satisfying way to go into the holiday break. It asked more questions than it answered, but luckily we have (at least) another 11 episodes to go!Read More

'Forever' winter finale: Lorraine Toussaint teases 'lovely cliffhanger'

In the last episode of ABC’s Forever, medical examiner Henry Morgan gets into a cab to go home, but discovers he is actually being kidnapped by his anonymous, immortal stalker, “Adam.” Even worse, Adam might frame Henry for murder. How will that play out at the NYPD?

To find out, EW Community went straight to the top and asked Lorraine Toussaint (Orange Is the New Black), who, as Lt. Joanne Reece, oversees Henry’s work with the police department.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY COMMUNITY: It’s been a really good year to be your fan. After Orange Is the New Black, we didn’t have to wait too long before getting you back on our TVs on Forever. Which side of the law have you been having more fun playing?Read More

'Forever' recap: The past always catches up

Season 1 | Episode 10 | “The Man in the Killer Suit” | Aired Dec 2, 2014

If you’ve been reading these recaps all season, you know that several questions keep coming up for me as I watch Forever. How is it that Henry’s failure to age has gone unnoticed for 200 years? Is it really possible that nobody has ever seen Henry “die”? In “The Man in the Killer Suit” we delve more deeply—via flashback—into these issues. Henry has worried about people noticing that he is always 35. There was a time when he would carefully add gray to his hair to give the impression of aging. After being in the same place for seven years, Henry recognized that people would start to get suspicious.

Around that same time, a man recognized Henry from their time serving together during World War II. The man had seen Henry get struck by a shell. Seeing Henry walking through Central Park alive and well, without even a scratch, made little sense. Being recognized sent Henry and Abigail into a flutter to get their stuff packed so they could disappear. This meant forcing 10-year-old Abe to move, even though he had just met a girl and had his first kiss.Read More

TV Families | EW.com
Mark Harris
February 23, 1990 AT 05:00 AM EST

The Bradys are back, with a passel of 90’s hassles. Do they represent the typical American Family? Did they ever? Who does? Stare and compare!

Kind Of Family
TheBradyBunch 1969-74: Blended
The Bradys 1990-: Enormous
Married…With Children 1987-: Postnuclear
Thirtysomething 1987-: Extended
The Flintstones 1960-66: Modern Stone Age

Family Pet
The Brady Bunch: Tiger
The Bradys: Alice
Married…With Children: Buck
Thirtysomething: Grendel
The Flintstones: Dino

Typical Guest Star
The Brady Bunch: Davey Jones
The Bradys: There’s no room
Married…With Children: Sam Kinison
Thirtysomething: Carly Simon
The Flintstones: Ann Margrock

Expression Of Joy
The Brady Bunch: Groovy!
The Bradys: Ritual hugging
Married…With Children: ”Oh, great.”
Thirtysomething: ”Of course I’m happy for you. Really. But what about me? Why does it always have to be about you?
The Flintstones: ”Yabba-dabba doo

Expression Of Rage

The Brady Bunch: ”Hmmm…”
The Bradys: ”If you back away from something you really want, then you’re a quitter!” (the angriest any Brady has ever been)
Married…With Children: ”Aaagh, God, take me from this miserable life!”
Thirtysomething: ”I’m not angry, OK?”
The Flintstones: ”Willllmaaaa!”

Typical Problem
The Brady Bunch: Marcia and her rival both want to be the prom queen.
The Bradys: Bobby gets paralyzed.
Married…With Children: Al doesn’t buy his family Christmas presents.
Thirtysomething: Nancy gets cancer.
The Flintstones: Fred and Barney are staying out too late.

Typical Solution
The Brady Bunch: The prom committee decides to have two queens.
The Bradys: Bobby gets married.
Married…With Children: They hate him.
Thirtysomething: If only we knew…
The Flintstones: Wilma and Betty decide to follow them.

House Style
The Brady Bunch: Conservative but mod, circa ’69
The Bradys: Conservative but mod, circa ’90
Married…With Children: Roach motel
Thirtysomething: Enviable
The Flintstones: Suburban cave

Clothing Style
The Brady Bunch: Early Osmonds
The Bradys: Made in the USA
Married…With Children: Flammable fabrics
Thirtysomething: Eclectic earth tones; nice ties
The Flintstones: One-piece

Most Annoying Character
The Brady Bunch: Alice’s cousin Emma, the substitute housekeeper (too strict)
The Bradys: Marcia’s husband, Wally (chronically unemployable)
Married…With Children: Steve (supercilious)
Thirtysomething: Ellyn (goes through Hope’s drawers, babbles, changes hairstyle every other week, generally mistreats her friends)
The Flintstones: Mr. Slate (bossy)

Attitude Toward Sex
The Brady Bunch: Never heard of it
The Bradys: Omigod — even Cindy does it!
Married…With Children: Peg: Yes. Al: No.
Thirtysomething: They didn’t get all those kids by accident.
The Flintstones: Prehistoric

How Spouses Fight
The Brady Bunch: They don’t.
The Bradys: Infrequently, but it happens
Married…With Children: Tooth and nail
Thirtysomething: They stop talking
The Flintstones: Fred and Barney go bowling while Wilma and Betty max out their charge cards.

How Kids Get Into Trouble
The Brady Bunch: Greg takes a puff of a cigarette.
The Bradys: Carol’s grandson steals her business cards and sticks them in the spokes of Bobby’s wheelchair.
Married…With Children: By committing felonies
Thirtysomething: Ethan plays with a forbidden toy rocket.
The Flintstones: They don’t.

How They’re Punished

The Brady Bunch: ”It’s not what you did, honey — it’s that you couldn’t come to us.”
The Bradys ”Next time, ask.”
Married…With Children: By the authorities
Thirtysomething: It blows up in his face.
The Flintstones: They’re not.

What Family Does For Fun
The Brady Bunch: Takes special three-part vacations to Hawaii and the Grand Canyon
The Bradys: Has flashbacks
Married…With Children: Exchanges insults
Thirtysomething: Talks
The Flintstones: Attends showings of The Monster at the Bedrock Drive-In

Unsolved Mysteries
The Brady Bunch: How exactly did Carol’s first husband and Mike’s first wife die?
The Bradys: What’s with Marcia’s new face and Bobby’s blonde hair
Married…With Children: What kind of hair spray does Peg use?
Thirtysomething: Why did Nancy take Elliot back? What do Gary and Susanna see in each other?
The Flintstones: How does Barney’s shirt stay on if he has no shoulders? Where do Fred and Wilma plug in their TV?

Worst Behavior
The Brady Bunch: The Brady children once made Alice feel under-appreciated.

The Bradys: Marcia’s son Mickey watches Bobby’s car-crash tape for fun.
Married…With Children: The Bundy’s kill their neighbor’s dog.
Thirtysomething: Elliot has an affair and talks about it.
The Flintstones: Characters don’t wear under-clothes.

Best Reason To Watch
The Brady Bunch: This is what life should be.
The Bradys: They’re all grown-ups now!
Married…With Children: Terry Rakolta hates it.
Thirtysomething (Tie) This is your life. This isn’t your life.
The Flintstones: This is what life might have been.

Best Reason Not To Watch
The Brady Bunch: Blurred vision from rerun overdoses.
The Bradys: You’re all grown-ups now.
Married…With Children: She has a point.
Thirtysomething: After a while, you think it’s real.
The Flintstones: The Simpsons

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