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Victoria framed Amanda for her murder and claimed she did what Amanda never had the guts to do -- but did she? Is Victoria alive? That's what everyone wants to know -- or at least everyone who wants to know the truth and not just believe that Amanda's a killer -- in this episode of Revenge, "Plea."

Honestly, going into this episode, I was more excited for the Everwood reunion (Tom Amandes, who played Emily VanCamp's father, guest stars as Amanda's lawyer) since I knew it was going to be about everyone else putting together what the audience already knows: Amanda did not kill Victoria, and Victoria set up the entire thing, with Mason's help. Ben, who has somehow stuck around all this time (I honestly thought he'd be gone after a couple of episodes), continues to be the absolute worst, only making baby steps towards redemption after evidence is practically forced upon him to the point that he has no choice but to investigate and discover the truth, a truth that leads to an inevitable conclusion for him.
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In this episode of Mad Men, "Lost Horizon," Don runs away from his troubles once again, Peggy and Roger drink and roller skate the day away, and Joan finally reaches her breaking point, with shocking consequences.

This is a big, and heartbreaking, episode for the Mad Women on the show. With Don out on another walkabout and most of the side characters off the scene, the episode becomes a vehicle for Joan and Peggy's stories. The focus on the women and their struggles to start over at a new agency mesh well with some of the hour's horror movie trappings.
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Alicia Florrick is a master of reinvention. But with the heartbreaking end of her (winning) campaign, can she do it again? In this episode, we learn that the answers about her future may lie in her past.

Also, Kalinda's still in the wind, her whereabouts a mystery. Despite her disappearance, though, she manages to help Alicia out in some surprising ways.
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The previous episode of Battle Creek left us with a mother-son relationship on the mend, Holly possibly taking a romantic vacation with her new boyfriend, and Russ and Milt getting a little bit closer to friendship.

Will "Gingerbread Man" deliver on its name and bring us something sweet? Something tells me we're in for an adventure that falls more on the side of sinister. Let's roll.
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I watched the first season of Penny Dreadful out of morbid curiosity more than anything else. I'm a sucker for the look of Victorian London, so I figured it was worth a try. As the season progressed, I grew more attached to the characters and increasingly enthralled in Eva Green's performance as Vanessa Ives. Penny Dreadful appears to understand what a special thing they have in the character of Vanessa. The season 2 premiere, "Fresh Hell," is filled to the brim with Miss Ives as the second season is set up as a battle for her soul.
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In the second part of The Real Housewives of Atlanta season 7 reunion, Phaedra and Kandi discuss their fractured friendship. Cynthia responds to being called a mean girl. Kenya and Phaedra revisit old issues. And the husbands get a chance to weigh in on some of the season's juicer moments.

Cynthia gets called out for being a mean girl, which is ridiculous because all housewives, in every franchise, have their mean girl moments. The point is brought home by the montage of clips of the other women saying scathing things about Cynthia and her newfound "meanness." Uh, hello? Pot calling the kettle black much?
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