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On tonight's episode of Nashville, "Road Happy," Juliette finally breaks the big news to Avery. Gunnar gets some surprising news of his own. Rayna finds herself torn between her career and family. Will is crumbling under the weight of his secret.

Jeff Fordham, as we know, is a man who gets around. He's currently in the Windy City pressuring Luke about producing an album for Edgehill and keeping tabs on Will. He catches a glimpse of Will and his trainer/boy toy getting a little too cozy. Will does have some extra boot scoot in his boogie. Jeff doesn't have time to wait for Will to come out of the closet, so he just drags him kicking and screaming. But, while Jeff knows, nobody else can, so he tells Will to make sure he and his "trainer" sign a non-disclosure agreement.



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Give me AHS's Twisty the Clown on my TV screen any day over bugs crawling all over someone like they do in this week's Criminal Minds. The fourth episode of the show's 10th season sees the BAU travel to Atlanta to determine the circumstances surrounding an investigative journalist's death, only to find that it's so much more creepy-crawly than an "easy" explanation of drugs or an accident.

How is it that it is so much easier to handle serial killers stalking people on their daily routes, sneaking into their houses, abducting them and doing unimaginable things to them than it is to watch an UnSub pour bugs all over his victim? Somehow, that's the case with this episode, at least for me. Indiana Jones hates snakes, and I hate bugs.
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The 100 is finally back! When we last left Clarke and the rest of the juvenile delinquents sent to Earth to see if it was habitable again, they had just finished a big battle with the Grounders. Finn and Bellamy died, which I'm having trouble believing. Plus, we can't forget that the people from the Ark were coming to Earth. 

But of course the biggest questions will be about Mount Weather this season. At the end of season 1 of The 100, Clarke and Monty found themselves locked up in hospital rooms at Mount Weather, which means that we're finally going to find out what this Mountain Men thing is all about. I can't wait.
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Tonight's Arrow episode, "Corto Maltese," has a lot of work cut out for it since we've been left hanging like a dangling chad ever since the premiere introduced some of what we expected to see, and some which we did not see coming. 

Granted this is only Arrow's third episode of the season, but I'm itching for a sense of what we can expect going forward. Most curiously, will Arrow 3.0 be consumed with the finding of The Canary's killer? Will we spend nine months watching Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) finally get some overdue love while Oliver (Stephen Amell) kicks himself for not being able to be the one who can provide that for her? Will they be able to keep that theme interesting enough so the rest of us will be burning as much as the two ill-fated almost-lovers themselves? And what about Thea (Willa Holland)? It's about time baby sister got some interesting story lines. These, so far, seem the truly interesting threads going forward.
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Last week, yet another Survivor contestant sealed his own fate by throwing a challenge. Drew was so Survivor dumb that he probably couldn't even spell "challenge," but his brother Alec lives to fight another day in the game.
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Things are going to get scary on Dancing with the Stars, and not just because head judge Len Goodman is returning. Monday's episode will be the annual Halloween Night, and the eight remaining couples will perform individual spooky routines as well as two group numbers.
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