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It's been a long, snowy winter -- made longer without new Good Wife episodes to warm us up. Well, forget what that groundhog says. With Alicia Florrick & Co. back, spring must be just around the corner. 

Things aren't looking as springlike for Alicia, however, as the realities of campaigning bring her to a bad place. On the bright side, Cary's free and Colin Sweeney's back. And he's not even on trial for murder!
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In this episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, "Chocolate Does a Body Good," Cynthia spreads some salacious gossip about Phaedra. Kandi tells Todd she thinks they need marriage counseling. And the girls get together for dinner, but chaos erupts before the first course.

Phaedra can rest a bit easier knowing that Apollo is behind bars and won't be able to burn the house down. She's worn out and upset that she's left raising two boys on her own. She's not acting like someone who's got somebody else waiting in the wings. Phaedra says she's so upset with Apollo that she could kill him, embalm him, cremate him and then flush him down the commode. Nobody has a way with words like our girl Phaedra.
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In the world of law enforcement, the only thing more important than being able to trust yourself, is being able to trust your partner. Even cops who work alone need an ally. And often that person is not hand picked by the one seeking support. Like a family, you are thrown together with others, all of whom have varying backgrounds and opinions. And you are expected to make it through life and death scenarios on a regular basis to make life a little bit safer for civilians.

In Battle Creek, Michigan, life and death scenarios are few and far between. However, that doesn't mean this sleepy Michigan town is a thriving, carefree place to live. These streets are tough, people are struggling, and local law enforcement is expected to keep chaos to a minimum with broken equipment and a zero-dollar budget. That is, until the FBI opens a field office in Battle Creek and brings along high caliber teams of experts and fancy gadgets Bruce Wayne could only dream of. Life here might get a whole lot better, but first, things are about to get a little bit nuts.
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In this episode of Downton Abbey, things get dramatic during a shooting trip, everyone says farewell to Branson, Thomas schemes, Mary flirts, Edith is shocked that everyone knows her secret because of how painfully obvious it is and Mrs. Hughes finally makes an honest man out of Carson.

Also, Anna and Bates are finally reunited, with their legal troubles behind them. Hopefully, that storyline is good and dead, but at this point there's really no guarantee that one or both of them won't end up accused of murder again next season. It seems like nearly getting life in prison is all they're good for on this show anymore.
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Once Upon a Time is never short on storylines. For a show based on fairytales, the plot seems endless with continued twists and turns, and the mid-season premiere, "Darkness on the Edge of Town," keeps everyone on their toes. As Storybrooke tries to get back to normal after Gold's forced departure, he seeks out some old friends to try and get back in. Meanwhile, Regina is still all about Operation Mongoose, except instead of just Henry helping out, she's got some more friends on her side.
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How to Get Away with Murder promised a shocking twist in its season finale, and as usual, the show delivered. But after the wild ride of this season, will viewers be able to stomach another one just like this one? [WARNING: spoilers ahead. Don't read unless you've seen the finale!] 
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