I know this was probably tongue in cheek, but how can you, on the one hand, suggest they'd all be better off if Leila ran the country, and on the other hand, admit that her only priority is power. Isn't that what got all the Al-Fayeeds (and all dictators) in trouble in the first place?

Ray Donovan Season 3 Episode 4 Clip: Whores and Coke?

Look forward to the episode. I think this series could be stronger if was a little more ambitious. First two seasons would have been better if it was more about the 'fixing' and less about the family. Would love to see this show move into Sopranos territory, since Donovan/Schreiber is great along with Mr Morell and Jon Voight.

True Detective Season 2 Episode 6 Review: Church in Ruins

This is one of the better reviews I've read because of its honesty. Too many reviews online are way too charitable to this season. It's just not good television. The casting is bad (Vince Vaughn), the dialogue is bad, the plot is poorly presented. I think we get a lot of the Twin Peaks atmosphere especially in the first few episodes mainly because the show doesn't have any real substance.


I really like the new character Gates Foley, he has a mysterious nature about him that is really compelling (plus I love that his character was listening to "Jungle" by Jamie N Commons and X Ambassadors when he was working at his desk Claire arrived with a bottle of whiskey to ask him for a favor.) The obvious sexual tension between Gates and Claire also seems like it could make for some promising plot developments. Here's hoping that the injection of a new prime character into the Vega storyline will help it catch up with the other two, because that is moving along kinda slowly while the others are full speed ahead.

Rizzoli & Isles Season 6 Episode 7

It wasn't the mother with a gun; it was a lookalike detective Jane spotted near the elevator after Vince told Jane the late Dr. Foley had diagnosed Daniel as a narcissist.

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Or like Pretty Little Liars.

Murder in the First Season 2 Episode 6

This season isn't quite as compelling as the first, but it I'm still enjoying it. My only issue is that it seems to lack focus, like the writers are just making up plot twists as they go with no underlying story arc in mind. Call me spoiled by shows like Breaking Bad, Boardwalk Empire, The Fall, and others, but I expect a sharply focused show. The acting is still top notch, but I think the writing is just a little loose this season and they could shore that up and really put this show on the map. There's definitely potential here Oh also props to the show for helping me discover Wishes and Thieves - their song "Let You In" is the one playing when Hildy and Terry enter a strip club where they run into fellow officers, Junior and Raffi. It reminded me of Portishead but more accessible, which is a great thing.


Gaah I can't believe we're so close to to finding out A's identity For the last season at least it's gotten to the point where it's more annoying than compelling that we still don't know A's identity and this episode was one that really builds the tension towards the reveal. On a side note, I loved that they used "Build It Better" by Aron Wright in the scene Emily becomes jealous of Sara & Claire’s and gets all mad when Claire invites Sara over for dinner. That was a cool, relaxed song to use for the one part of this episode that wasn't action-packed and intense.

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I have not liked Clarke from the start and he is asking too many questions and the way he asks them is like he is fishing for answers.
So either he is working with A or he I just a nosey. I would say he is a Red Herring but we will see.
I agree, Reese does not look like Jason and the fact that Emily thought it as him is funny.
I love Ella and wish she was on more. Ella and Ashley are not to be messed with.
Where has Caleb been, that is what I want to know. We got Toby last week and Keegan Allen is not a full time cast member so I am used to him not being on every week.
I liked Lorenzo and Alison but I am not sure if they will get back together.
I do not think Red Coat is one of the girls. Aria was with Ezra and the other 3 were together in Spencer's car. Plus there was 6 needles we saw: one for each of the 5 girls and then one for following Caleb, Toby or Sara.


Ok; there's a movie on maxgo.com or Cinemax that sums up Satisfaction in a nut shell. Called the "The Wife's Secret". It's a little risqué, but if you listen to the dialogue it's the cliff notes version.

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