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'Grey's Anatomy': The 11 Most Gut-Wrenching Cases While it is difficult to narrow down all the times Grey‘s Anatomy has made us cry (okay, weep),...

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In the previous episode of How to Get Away with Murder, Nate was arraigned for Sam's murder, Wes became suspicious of Rebecca, Annalise gave Nate a secret note telling him to fire his lawyer, and Rudy's random one-word statement upon seeing a picture of Rebecca had Wes convinced that his girlfriend was involved in Lila's death.

In the two-part season finale, "The Night Lila Died" and "It's All My Fault," the students call on Annalise for help when they find themselves in a tricky situation regarding Rebecca. Meanwhile, things take an interesting turn in Nate's case and we finally learn the truth about Lila's murder.
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Oh what a twisted tale of hunting the hunter, keeping secrets of a Harbormaster murder, and searching for an elusive little fulcrum you weave, Blacklist. "The Deer Hunter" showcased the mostly quirky and always intriguing Amanda Plummer as a predatory killer who reminds us that things are never what they seem in this NBC drama.
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"Ancient Chinese Secret" which is hands down a fatal though convincing verdict for Backstrom, introduces a burgeoning romance within the squad, and reveals Gravely exhibiting some of her lieutenant's less attractive characteristics. But what about the... I mean... Where's the... Let me start again. After last episode's powerful reveal about the Lacy Siddon abduction -- the case which unhinged Backstrom's psyche seven years ago -- some serious follow-up was in order, was it not? The continuity of that whole storyline seems to have stalled the hard-won momentum "Bogeyman" spurred. Or, did it? Could it be that the sticky strings binding the overarching drama together were simply of the more subtle variety this time round? Something to think about, without a doubt.

It seems at first glance that "Ancient Chinese Secret" fell victim to a serious case of schizophrenic scheduling. What the what? As logic would suggest, several episodes of a new show must be completely ready to air prior to the premiere. What can be changed at the last moment, however, is the order in which those episodes appear on the schedule. This episode didn't seem to follow the previous one smoothly at all for me -- until I began to really think about it. More on this later; let's get into the case.
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You've got to hand it to the Grey's Anatomy writing staff. We're halfway through 11 seasons (episode 233!) and they refuse to take the path of least resistance. It can't be easy to keep things fresh after all this time, yet the show continues to evolve and grow and, yes, surprise. This installment, "Staring At The End," showcased Amelia, Nicole and Arizona. The result was outstanding work by Caterina Scorsone, Geena Davis and Jessica Capshaw as Dr. Herman's "bold and brazen" tumor took center stage.
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It might be a man's man's man's world, but this time on American Idol, it's the Top 12 ladies who get their shot to wow the votes out of viewers. The Top 12 guys already hit the stage in the Motor City with varying degrees of success and acclaim (would you believe I actually found a mainstream blogger who went with the headline "Daniel Seavey Wows" and thought Adam Ezegalian was "ears bleeding bad"?).

But for normal people with functioning ears, there is pretty much a consensus that Nick Fradiani won the round, followed in no particular order by Quentin Alexander, Qaasim Middleton and Ezegalian.
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The CW may be getting a new superhero drama, and it could be something completely different. Deadline reports that the creative minds behind Arrow and The Flash are teaming up for another spin-off that would combine several characters from both shows for a superhero team.
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