This week's episode of Eureka earned a solid 4.7 rating. Find out why in this detailed review of "All the Rage."
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Friday Night Lights Review: "Injury List"
Another week, another tremendous episode of Friday Night Lights. We give it a 4.6 rating and you can read why now.
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Futurama Review: "Lethal Inspection"
Find out what we thought of Bender facing his mortality in our review of Futurama's "Lethal Inspection."
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Royal Pains Review: "Comfort's Overrated"
On this week's episode, "Comfort's Overrated", the purveyor of a popular Hamptons food truck exhibits very strange behavior. Fortunately, Hank is around to pinpoint the cause of his symptoms.
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Bethenny Getting Married Review: "Baby Won't Wait"
Bethenny Frankel has gotten married - and given birth. Read all about the latter in our mini-review of her reality show!
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Burn Notice Review: "Past and Future Tense"
Burt Reynolds guest-starred on this week's episode of Burn Notice. In fact, the presence of this veteran actor made us come up with a game for this review. Check it out now.
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Rookie Blue Review: How Shallow Can It Get?
This was an especially bad episode of Rookie Blue. It just offered one stereotype after another, delivering nothing remotely fresh or original to the viewers.
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So You Think You Can Dance Elimination: No One!
Which of the top six dancers was sent home last night? The judges took a page from American Idol and decided ... no one!
So You Think You Can Dance Review: Top 6 Perform
The top six dancers give it their all ... oh wait, five. That's right, for the third straight week, the So You Think You Can Dance field is down a body do to injury.
White Collar Review: "Need to Know"
Neal goes undercover on "Need to Know" - his goal? To stop a corrupt politician. Read our full recap to see what happened.
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Covert Affairs Review: "Walter's Walk"
Covert Affairs offered up another solid episode this week. It was a tad predictable, but Piper Perabo is perfect as Annie and we can't get enough of her interactions with Auggie.
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