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Game of Thrones gave a little more context to one of its more enigmatic characters in "The Gift". During a series of conversations with the high and mighty of Westeros, the character of the High Sparrow crystallized. It appears that the religious leader is genuine in his mission and beliefs. It sounds great but like Olenna, we can smell a fraud from a mile away. This is Game of Thrones and things aren't what they always appear. Despite his protestations to the contrary could the High Sparrow still have ulterior motives? 
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Though Britt Nilson did not end up as the official Bachelorette of season 11, it seems that she did find love after all. Rumors strongly suggest that the former Bachelor season 19 contestant is now dating Brady Toops.

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Kim Richards, who has been in rehab for nearly a month, made a trip down to Mexico to attend her daughter Brooke Brinson's wedding to Thayer Wiederhorn. The couple had a wedding celebration on May 23 at the One and Only Palmilla in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, less than 10 months after they first got hitched in California.

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Having been on The Real Housewives of Orange County since 2006, Vicki Gunvalson is no stranger to the struggles that come with being on a reality TV show, including the pressure to look good all the time. So far, Gunvalson has had a breast augmentation, nose and chin job, and a tummy tuck after having her two children.

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After some action-packed early episodes, Game of Thrones is going back to their standard set-up episodes. In "The Gift," Game of Thrones manages to a do a bit of both. There is still a lot set up for the rapidly approaching end of the season, but what the conclusion might be comes into sharper focus. The episode has many of the characters imprisoned, but there are some long-awaited reunions.
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Orphan Black delivers its best episode of the season (and one of the best episodes of the series) with "Certain Agony of the Battlefield" -- and "agony" is definitely the right way to describe how it leaves you feeling by the end. Want some answers? Want a clone scene that has been three seasons in the making? Want to find out what kind of guy Paul is? Want to see one of the funniest dance scenes ever? Want to see Delphine and Cosima in the same room again? You get all that and more in just 45 or so minutes.

It's also an emotional roller coaster of an episode, one that might leave you feeling a bit drained by the end. From the laughter that results because of Alison and Donnie in the most amusing scene of the series thus far, to the bittersweet joy of seeing a conversation between two clones, to the tears caused by the tragic ending, it's almost hard to believe that this all happens in one hour. But it does, as is true so often for this show, though perhaps not to such an extent as is done here.

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