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"A surgeon must always be prepared to lose. The key, though, win or lose, is not to fail. And the only way to fail is not to fight. So you fight until you can't fight anymore." - Dr. Amelia Shepherd

This episode of Grey's Anatomy, "The Distance," was, at its essence, a tale of two surgeons. Amelia Shepherd operated on Nicole Herman. Arizona Robbins operated on Glenda Castillo. For Shepherd, it was about emerging from her brother's shadow at last and claiming her rightful place as a great surgeon in her own right while saving a woman's life. For Robbins, it was her first solo flight without her mentor and staking her own claim as Herman's heir in the emerging field of fetal surgery while saving the lives of mother and baby. Both surgeons had something to prove. Neither went down without a fight.
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Scandal's kidnapping miniseries is over so it's time to get back to basics. Of course for Olivia Pope and Associates, that means trying to fix the problem of racism.

It was only a matter of time before this show tackled the complex issue of race and the police which came to the forefront of the American consciousness in Ferguson, Missouri over the summer. In this episode of Scandal, a young black kid is shot by a white cop and Olivia is called in to handle it.
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Right after the Top 8 guys hit the American Idol stage to curry favor with their takes on Motown, now it's the girls' turn.

Twelve will enter the Fillmore Detroit in the Motor City hoping for a shot at the overall Top 12, but only eight will be given the opportunity.
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ABC's new crime drama series American Crime, created by 12 Years a Slave writer John Ridley, explores the complexities of the American judicial system and the damaging ripples it creates among everyone affected.

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If you're moments away from proposing to the person you want to spend the rest of your life with, you'd probably already know who that person is. But that doesn't seem to be the case for Chris Soules, who remains uncertain about his final decision on The Bachelor.

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After the 12 male semifinalists performed, the girls were up the following night -- and I expected them to be in a much stronger position based on what we saw in previous rounds. Now that we've seen everyone perform, overall the guys have made a bigger impression on fans and viewers.

That doesn't mean there weren't any standouts from the girls. In fact, there were, and I fully expect those particular contestants to advance. But there were some forgettable, weak and disappointing performances as well. So who's going home? And which eight singers are staying? Let's take a look at the 12 girls and their chances of being in the Top 16.
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