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When last we saw our surgeons of Grey+Sloan Memorial Hospital, the latest MerDer fight ended with him storming off to Washington, D.C. to work for the President. Jackson overheard some bad news about his and April's unborn child. And Amelia had just told Arizona that she could remove Dr. Herman's "inoperable" brain tumor. "Where Do We Go From Here?" picked up almost immediately from where we left off as Meredith's solemn voice over on how the body handles shock was juxtaposed with her ripping the Post-It vows off the wall of MerDer's bedroom and throwing them into the trash. Yikes.
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Well guys, it's all down to this. Toma, Sonya and Rob are here to battle it out for the title. It's the live finale

Alison emerges from the stage looking prettier than ever, and I seriously fear that I'm going to get distracted from this finale while Googling where her dress came from. It probably costs a million dollars, so maybe I should just pretend I don't totally love it.

When the contestants started on the ranch, they weighed over 6,000 pounds collectively. Based on the opening clip show of memorable moments (like Rob screaming at the doctor), I've realized that this season has lasted forever. I also remember how many contestants I liked more than the final three. I mean -- Toma and Sonya are cool, but they're no Mike.
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On this episode of The Vampire Diaries, "Prayer for the Dying," Liv and Luke try to convince their father to let Jo and Kai merge. Caroline enlists Jo's help to try and save her mom. Damon and Elena grow closer.

It doesn't take long for Caroline to realize that her blood isn't a miracle cure after all. The man in North Carolina, Colin, who she experimented died, awakened, fed and is now a vampire. He's made his way to Mystic Falls where he decided to come to meet his maker (pun intended).
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Rainn Wilson continues his portraiture of Backstrom in "Bella." This episode delivered a Backstrom who was difficult to find redeemable... until the very last moments.  As viewers have yet to fully invest in this character, a more provocative (likable) character display would have made more sense so early on in the season. Nonetheless, Backstrom's disdain for the bullies and his thirst for revenge is understandable and entertaining even though he presents as crazed throughout most of the episode.

While pursuing a serial arsonist who's heading toward using children as Roman candles, Backstrom and his team interact with two of his least favorite people in the world: fire fighters Nick and Sam D'Agostino. While Backstrom insists upon nailing the two professional heroes for both larceny and arson, Gravely insists on focusing solely on the arson, causing a division within the team. Throughout is the sense that Backstrom has gone off the deep end as a result of his obsession with revenge on his childhood tormenters. Finally, when he is at his lowest, he shares a human moment eliciting the sage advice of colleague John Almond and, surprisingly, follows it.
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We're back, Gladiators! It's been more than two months since Olivia Pope was kidnapped on Scandal. Luckily, this show knows how to deliver on a cliffhanger. Not only do we see what happened to Olivia, but that's ALL we see. The entire episode follows the aftermath of the kidnapping from Olivia's perspective.
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This episode on Reign, Francis and Conde have a quarterstaff fight over Mary's affections, Catherine takes a one-way ticket to crazytown but stops at murder station along the way, and Bash finds out some uncomfortable truths about the women in his life.

The title of this episode is "Banished," which works on multiple levels. Greer is banished from her old life, Conde is banished from Mary's friendship, Kenna is banished from Bash's affections and Catherine finally banishes the ghosts of her past.
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