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We already knew that Snow White and Charming did a horrible thing to Maleficent's baby, but in "Best Laid Plans," we find out exactly what they did to ensure that their child, Emma, stays good and heroic. And it's not pretty. Meanwhile, Henry gets closer to releasing the author than ever before, but that's not necessarily a good thing. And Regina's jig is up as she tries to pull one over on Gold.
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In this episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, "Drama Detox," all the ladies, minus one, head to the Philippines for a girls' getaway. Claudia attempts to get to know Phaedra better. Cynthia admits to doing one of the ladies wrong. And Kandi and Phaedra discuss their friendship.

So your bonds with your fellow housewives are tenuous at best. What better way to make or break them than by boarding a one-hour flight, traveling halfway around the world and stranding yourself with them on an island? That's what the RHOA ladies decide to do, minus NayNay, who can't travel due to her blood clot issue. I'm no doctor, so please save the comments because this is just my opinion, but she did make that flight to Puerto Rico. Housewife standby Demetria goes instead.
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Secrets and Lies has been a non-stop thrill ride from the first moment of the premiere with Ben running from the woods through the final moment of "The Jacket" when Ben was trapped in his car by a vigilante. 

One of the most intriguing and tense relationships on the series has been between Ben and his wife, Christy. BuddyTV spoke with KaDee Strickland while she was a break from filming her new pilot for CBS, Doubt, about the Crawford marriage, Christy's job, the threat of the vigilante, and the show's finale.
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One of the most lovable and over-eager characters on NBC's original series Heroes, Hiro Nakamura (played by Masi Oka) is set to reprise his role in the upcoming NBC mini-series Heroes Reborn.

Hiro was a bubbly and eager young man with the ability to manipulate space and time. He was one of the biggest success points of the original series, and his return bodes well for the upcoming successor. Oka was nominated for both an Emmy and a Golden Globe for his role on Heroes.
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Are you missing Downton Abbey and devastated next season will be its last? Fear not: you don't have to wait another year to get another fabulous BBC period drama! The greatest show you're not watching, Call the Midwife, starts this Sunday at 8pm on PBS. 

Call the Midwife chronicles the lives of the midwives of Nonnatus House in London's impoverished East End, where the women deliver babies but also offer general medical care to the residents of their ward. These strong women live and work together under the watchful care of the nuns who run Nonnatus House. It's a little bit funny, a little bit sweet, a little bit feminist and a whole lot of top-notch acting with gripping storylines. If you tune in, you will be glad you did, guaranteed. 
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"Psychic in the Soup" broached the divisive issue of whether or not the law should apply to all people equally. Dr. Fuentes and Dr. Brennan colluded to bribe foreign officials and smuggle drugs into Cuba in the spring premiere episode. What gives them the right to commit felonies without consequences and should they be punished? How did they get law-loving FBI Agent Booth to help out? Moreover, isn't it way out of character for law-abiding Brennan and Booth to commit such a crime? Worthy questions all. Let's discuss.

Okay, to be exact, Brennan and Fuentes didn't collude; they didn't actually plan to commit a crime together, which is what "colluding" means. Cam caught Rodolfo "Dangerously Dashing" Fuentes at the Jeffersonian with a wad of cash and a box full of prescription drugs. His intention was to bribe Cuban officials to look the other way while he or his countrymen smuggle the drugs through Mexico and/or across the Gulf of Mexico. From there his compadres would sell the contraband on the black market and they would all get disgustingly rich on the addictions of children and the disadvantaged. SCRE-E-E-E-E-E-CH! Wait. No. That is not at all what was going to happen once the drugs got to Cuba, was it? That would even be out of character for Dangerously Dashing.
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