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Welcome back to Castle! When last we saw our heroes ... honestly, I don't really remember the details. It's been so long. Castle and Beckett broke up for some convoluted reason, got back together for some convoluted reason, etc. In the winter premiere, "Tone Death," they've decided to continue publicly fighting while secretly being married. They actually seem pretty pleased with the situation. It adds a little spice to their relationship and gives Beckett an excuse to slap Castle at the precinct. You know she's wanted to do that since the day she met him.
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Ben Higgins' quest for love on The Bachelor hit yet another snag in the previous episode, one so important it warranted the dreaded "To Be Continued..." instead of the usual episode-ending rose ceremony. And the big question America has been asking ever since is, will he or won't he?

And my guess is that he won't.
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All sorts of stuff is happening in this episode of The Fosters, as usual. In "If and When," Callie finds out where AJ and his brother are, but is telling Stef really the right choice? Plus, Brandon and Matt cast their Romeo and Juliet, and Mariana and Jesus both get some new information.
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In episode 3 of the new alcoholic teen drama from Freeform, Recovery Road, Maddie struggles to accept the severity of her addiction. Her lack of concern comes in perfect timing, as an old flame of Wes' reaches out when she wants to stop using. Wes and Craig are joined by Maddie as the three head out to deal with this 12-step call. Meanwhile, Charlotte makes a visit to the home and questions her decision to keep Maddie here. Find out everything that happened in episode 3 of Recovery Road, "Surrender" below.

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Supergirl is taking inspiration from a classic Superman story for episode 13. One of the most famous Superman stories is called "For the Man Who Has Everything" and it involved Clark Kent getting to live out his fantasy life on Krypton where his family never died. As you can imagine, "For the Girl Who Has Everything" is essentially Kara being cast in Clark's role. 

The Supergirl budget clearly can't afford for the entire episode to be set on Krypton. While Kara being stuck in a dream-Krypton is still an aspect of the episode, the focus is on the friends and family left behind. It's very easy to argue that for episode 13, Alex is the main character, not Kara. Alex has always been an enjoyable character but never that essential. In "For the Girl Who Has Everything," Alex and actress Chyler Leigh really steps things up and it's honestly amazing.
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You may never look at a garbage truck the same way or listen to "Downtown" again without thinking about this episode of The X-Files, "Home Again," which, thankfully, is not a follow-up to the season 4 episode "Home." (If you watched the original run, you know what I mean. If you didn't, well, it's one of the scariest episodes of the series and one I recommend watching with all the lights on, in the middle of the day, followed by a nice comedic hour like, say, "Bad Blood" or the revival's "Mulder & Scully Meet the Were-Monster.")

However, it's not all about the case. A crisis that hits close to home for Scully leads to her reflecting once again (as she did in episode two, "Founder's Mutation," originally filmed as episode five and this one as two) about the son she gave up in order to protect him. It's marked by her repeatedly seeing "William" on her phone's caller ID before it switches to "William Scully, Jr." (her brother) or "Mulder." It's a very emotional hour for Scully, one that Gillian Anderson handles outstandingly.
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