Mad Men: Waterloo: Episode 7 Season 7—TV Review

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The first half of Mad Men’s swan song has hit its last note.  “Waterloo” saw battle in every direction and to the victor went the spoils. As mankind took its first steps on the moon, Sterling Cooper & Partners again fought to free itself from tyranny. We just hope the right Napoleon was ousted once and for all.

Elementary: The Grand Experiment: Episode 24 Season 2 - TV Review

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Another season of Elementary comes to a close with one of the biggest cases Sherlock's (Jonny Lee Miller) ever faced -- figuring out who framed Mycroft (Rhys Ifans). The three-episode tale comes to a thrilling conclusion in "The Grand Experiment," and not everyone comes out unscathed. The Players: Director: John...

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The Beginning of the End: Episode 22 Season 1 - TV...

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The first season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. faced some rough times and harsh criticisms when it debuted, but it eventually found its footing. Thankfully there isn't too much to complain about in "The Beginning of the End," other than its few story-closers. The Players: Director: David Straiton Writer: Maurissa Tancharoen, Jed...

Glee: The Untitled Rachel Berry Project: Episode 20 Season 5 – TV Review

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Glee has officially wrapped five seasons of artsy-teen anxiety. Seriously, can you believe most of these characters are still in their teens? Last night's finale, "The Untitled Rachel Berry Project," was free of Santana's sass, but filled with love and Kristen Schaal. The writers tied up loose ends neatly, but left things open for a lot of cool...

Castle: For Better Or Worse: Episode 22 Season 6 - TV Review

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We don’t know if you’ve heard, but there just might be a wedding this week on Castle. The title “For Better Or Worse,” suggest nuptials of some sort, but Castle's been set on a space wedding, so maybe it refers to something else. The Players: Director: John Terlesky Writer: Terri Miller and Andrew W....

Mad Men: The Runaways: Episode 5 Season 7—TV Review

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There are only two episodes left of  Mad Men this year and after last night you’re going to regret it. “The Runaways” are three, and though they all run in different directions, without them we'd be lost. Don Draper is on his way, but who knows where he’ll land.

Revenge: Execution: Episode 22 Season 3—TV Review

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The season finale of Revenge was everything we hoped for.  “Execution” was a huge moment for Emily and Victoria, with everyone else’s fate hanging in the balance. Retribution thy name in Emily, and though the journey is over for now, the quest lives on.

Once Upon A Time: Snow Drifts/There's No Place Like Home: Episodes 21-22,...

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No DeLorean necessary, Emma and Hook stumble into the past through the portal Zelena opened. The objective in “Snow Drifts” and “There’s No Place Like Home” is for the pair to get out of the past without rewriting the fairy-tale we know and love. The day has come when Once Upon A Time does a twist on its own mythology -- and stages a ball, obviously. The...

Elementary: Art in the Blood: Episode 23 Season 2 - TV Review

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This week's Elementary brings Sherlock (Jonny Lee Miller) into the spy world with deceit popping up at every corner. "Art in the Blood" is a high tension episode, that leads to a game-changing season finale. The Players: Director: Guy Ferland Writer: Bob Goodman Cast: Jonny Lee Miller, Lucy Liu, Aidan...

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Ragtag: Episode 21 Season 1 - TV Review

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The intensity within Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. kicks up again as we draw closer to the finale.  It's time to get an in-depth look at Agent Ward's (Brett Dalton) past. "Ragtag" has the vigilante team sneaking past Hydra, but it's Ward's backstory that ties this episode together. The Players: Director: Roxann...

The Mindy Project: Danny And Mindy: Episode 22 Season 2 – TV Review

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The second season finale of The Mindy Project was a hardcore homage to rom-coms. Mindy Kaling, who's always been vocal about her fascination with the films (especially the ones starring Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks), killed it with "Danny and Mindy." It took a while for this series to find its humor and overall tone, but honestly, Kaling's project has become one of the best...

Glee: Old Dog New Tricks: Episode 19 Season 5 – TV Review

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Chris Colfer is a huge fan of dogs and old people, and he proved it with last night's Glee. The actor actually wrote the penultimate episode of Season 5 and combined the two things he loves most. But "Old Dog New Tricks" would've been better had it aired earlier in the season. There are a lot of plotlines that need wrapping up, and this episode made no effort to tie...

Castle: Veritas: Episode 22 Season 6 - TV Review

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You have to appreciate how two weeks before her wedding, Beckett is out at 1 a.m. spying on a funding conspiracy masterminded by her mother's murderer. When they attempt to set her up, it's not the truth that conquers all in "Veritas." It's up to the family of characters on Castle to bring Senator Bracken down. The Players: Director: Rob...

Mad Men: The Monolith: Episode 4 Season 7—TV Review

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The future is coming to Mad Men but not everyone’s ready for change. “The Monolith” grapples with Sterling Cooper & Partner’s new computer, and the transformation of an office and a man. With Roger on a farm struggling with a newly free spirit, the '70s are crashing down on our old world men. The Players: Director: Scott Hornbacher Writer: Erin...

Once Upon A Time: Kansas: Episode 20 Season 3 - TV Review

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Once Upon A Time thankfully skips the wheat fields of Kansas for some Oz-based backstory on Zelena. Yes, “Kansas” features a girl named Dorothy who’s quick on the draw to put out fires. But it’s really Regina who has to have the fast fingers, in her final duel to protect the Charmings and stop her sister for good. The Players: Director:...

Elementary: Paint It Black: Episode 22 Season 2 - TV Review

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When we last saw the consulting detectives in "The Man with the Twisted Lip," a major problem had arisen. Watson (Lucy Liu) was kidnapped, and without Sherlock's (Jonny Lee Miller) knowledge. In the latest Elementary, "Paint It Black," we see the lengths Sherlock will go in order to save the most important person in his life. Every minute of this episode definitely...

The Mindy Project: Girl Next Door: Episode 21 Season 2 – TV Review

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In last night's The Mindy Project, Mindy tries to be her own person. This includes not depending on any man to solve her problems. But her new lifestyle meets a roadblock when Danny starts helping her every chance he gets. At some point, he even offers to sell her his apartment so she can be the "Girl Next Door." Imagine that.