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In this episode of The Flash, "The Sound and the Fury," the Pied Piper pops onto the scene to wreak destruction on the city and the crew at S.T.A.R. Labs. Meanwhile, Iris gets her own plotline that has nothing to do with the men in her life. Yeah!

Hey, an episode largely devoted to the nefarious Dr. Harrison "Future-Loving" Wells! Wells previously occupied the position of shady mentor for the show, but I can assume that with the revelation that he's probably Reverse Flash (it's still unclear), he's a confirmed threatening presence. (And maybe a Big Bad of the season? Again, it's unclear.) Regardless, this is an attempt to explain some of Wells' strangeness, He's an enigma wrapped in a time-traveling riddle, and in this episode we learn some stuff about him via his relationship with Hartley Rathaway -- everyone's least favorite, former S.T.A.R. Labs employee.
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We last saw our housewives in the midst of a collapse of yet another game night. It looks like Kim Richards is off the wagon. And Brandi (almost too drunk to stand herself) has Kim's back, which really just means pushing Kyle around when she acts concerned for her sister. Basically, everything's a big old mess on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and they're just getting started.
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Agent Carter is not wasting time getting to the root of its characters. Thompson is an a-hole. Dottie is an evil bad-ass. Dooley is ruthlessly narrow-minded. But "The Blitzkrieg Button" most significantly reveals that Howard Stark is the same character as Tony, minus the crippling self-loathing.
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Dance Moms has been rumored to be moving to Los Angeles and it looks like it's true. In "Bye Bye Pittsburgh," Abby has one more competition on the East Coast before moving out to Hollywood. With the big reveal that Abby thinks only MacKenzie, Maddie and Kalia will find work, what will Holly and Jill do? I'm sure they're not going into Abby's dream of Southern California without a plan.
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In this episode of Pretty Little Liars, "The Bin of Sin," Hanna's reckless actions put the group in even more danger, Toby realizes being an officer of the law is harder than his one day of officer training would have implied, and Spencer and Aria are nearly turned into pretty little Popsicles. 

Shouldn't these girls know better by now than to split up in a creepy abandoned factory or wander into a freezer? Wasn't Caleb nearly roasted to death literally five seconds ago in practically this exact same scenario? Spencer was even there for that! It's amazing the liars haven't developed serious claustrophobia about tight places where they could potentially be frozen or melted to death. Instead, they're casually strolling into these deadly situations like someone isn't constantly trying to murder them.
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Supernatural loves taking its themes and making them literal. Dean Winchester is trying to be good even though the Mark of Cain is making him want to choose evil. He has an internal struggle, so naturally this episode offers an external struggle of someone's good and evil sides battling each other.
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