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'Justified': Ava Is 'Fugitive Number One'

April 1st, 2015 9:05am EDT
'Justified' Recap And Review: 'Fugitive Number One' - Killing Th
Last week on Justified, Ava Crowder had her Network moment and did a terrible thing. This week's episode is all about the fallout of that decision, namely how she's just become "Fugitive Number One." Complete with headshot on the corkboard in the Marshals Office. She's really gotten herself into it this time, and everyone else has gotten themselves into it because they failed to handle her.

What nobody knows is that this episode actually has very little to do with Ava at all. The best (or worst, depending on your perspective) is yet to come.

Art un-retires himself to deal with these lates...
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'Archer' Recap: The Heroes Turn Into Miniature Versions Of Themselves

March 27th, 2015 9:08am EDT
'Archer' Recap And Review: 'Drastic Voyage, Part 1' - Small Scal
Another Archer season, another crazy trip. "Drastic Voyage, Part 1" is the first half of the show's two-part season finale, and it finds a reason to turn our heroes into very small versions of themselves for maximum hilarity.

It all begins when Holly (Gary Cole) is briefing the team, telling them to keep their mouths shut, which of course they won't do. In fact, Pam is taking a selfie with the gang as he speaks. But Holly is onto these guys' shtick, assigning everyone to their new mission because he knows they'll all sneak into it anyway.

He wants them to help a Russian molecular scientis...
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'The American's Recap: 'Do Mail Robots Dream Of Electric Sheep?'

March 26th, 2015 1:11pm EDT
'The Americans' Recap: That Time Keri Russell Killed An Old Lady
Previously - Martha falls for "Clark's" line. The Jennings' South African colleague brutally murdered the apartheid guy with gasoline and a tire. Frat boy turned bungling political activist Todd was allowed to go free.

The Americans is the series that you assumed would never involve an Artificial Intelligence. When you assume it makes an...anyway,I give you FBI Mail Robot! I kid, I did glean a little bit more from this stark, disturbing episode. Guest star Lois Smith brought it all, and her scenes with Keri Russell were like a really intense play. They should have just handed these two Emm...
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'Justified' Recap: Trust

March 25th, 2015 10:37am EDT
'Justified' Recap And Review: 'Trust' - As In, You Shouldn't Tru
We're now into the final four episodes of Justified, and so naturally it's time for some bullets and betrayals. This week's installment, "Trust," is all about people who should not have trusted other people, and paying the price for that faith. You certainly didn't expect everyone to stay on the same sides forever, did you?

Katherine is ranting to Duffy about last time's explosion, although she still doesn't think that highly of him. He reminds her that they're still on the same side, except for that they're not, and tells her to find out if Markham is going to move his money out of the va...
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Recap: Don't Miss The Best 'Archer' Episode Of Season 6!

March 20th, 2015 9:05am EDT
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Let's all get Matthew Rhys a fruit basket, because the Archer episode that he inspired - and also co-stars in - is the funniest of season six and one of the funniest in the history of the show. And teaches us a little something about history. And makes toast funny. It's really quite astoundingly hilarious.

In "Achub Y Morfilod," Archer's response to Lana's enraged response to the events of "Reignition Sequence" is to tranquilize his girlfriend and bring her to Wales for a romantic getaway that is actually a mission to extract a pair of Welsh separatists. If you had trouble keeping up with ...
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'The Americans': Stop Drop And Roll Doesn't Always Work When On Fire

March 20th, 2015 8:30am EDT
'The Americans' Season 3 Episode 8 Recap: Wheel Of Fire
Previously - Joan Jett...I mean Phillip and Elizabeth captured the Apartheid Two. Martha realized that her husband "Clark" is in now way who he says he is.

Two important things happened on The Americans last night. The first being that Martha figured out that Clark is in no way who he says he is, and that their entire life together is a damnable lie. The other is my discovery that FX must have some sort of quota imposed upon the show. The quota requires one hugely disturbing scene per episode. They tire necklaced a dude last night. For those of you at home who are not up on your brutal exe...
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Matthew Rhys To Guest Star On 'Archer'?

March 19th, 2015 12:03pm EDT
Matthew Rhys Is The Latest FX Star To Guest On 'Archer'
The Americans star Matthew Rhys guest-stars in tonight's episode of Archer as Lloyd, a Welsh separatist (pictured above with Lana). Its Rhys' first appearance on the show, but he's not the first star of another FX program to appear on Archer.

Over the years, Adam Reed and company have made great use of their network's talent pool, casting some of FX's biggest names as the voices of various characters, having them play everything from bad guys to even a main character's parents.

Read on to see how many folks you might recognize - and see if you remember them all.

Matthew Rhys: Stars as ...
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The 'Sunny' Gang Takes On Scientology For Finale

March 19th, 2015 11:37am EDT
'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' Finale Recap: 'Sunny's' Scie
It's here. Another year, another "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" season finale.

Also, another character being horrifically burned in an apartment fire at Mac and Dennis's place- remember Rickety Cricket last year in "The Gang Squashes Their Beefs?" Weird coincidence.

This time, "Ass Kickers United: Mac and Charlie Join a Cult" is, pretty obviously, about Mac & Charlie joining a cult- and "Sunny" gets a surprisingly large amount of mileage out of that scenario.

At first, the cult's something uniquely "Sunny,"- the rules involve dangerously-executed kettle bell exercises and not eating...
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'Justified' Turns Up The Heat This Week

March 18th, 2015 10:02am EDT
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After doing a little more character introspection last week, Justified turns up the heat, literally. "Burned" takes a look at one character who is, one who might be, and one who nearly gets blown up. There's also a dead snake, the improper use of a tanning bed, and one big answer to a repeatedly asked question. It's a busy week in Harlan.

Naturally, there is a US Marshal team meeting between to discuss the fact that Ava is now burned as a CI. When AUSA Vasquez walks into the meeting and gets the news, he's unsurprised and questions Raylan's tactics.(Who on this show has not questioned Rayl...
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Recap: Are You Happy That Lana And 'Archer' Are Back Together?

March 13th, 2015 9:48am EDT
'Archer' Recap And Review: 'Reignition Sequence' - The Break-Up
Are you happy that Lana and Archer are back together on Archer? Well, no one else in the office is, and they scheme to once again break up the pair in "Reignition Sequence." That means involving the woman that Archer almost married - the Russian former spy turned cyborg head of the KGB, Katya Kasanova - and someone catching on fire.

We can understand the annoyance. Archer and Lana have descended into full-on coupledom, feeding each other breakfast burritos and running off for office quickies, while Pam throws up in a Crock-Pot and Cyril tries to pretend he's fine. Cheryl/Carol suggests thr...
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