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In the previous episode of Bones, we watched in breathless disbelief as Brennan shared soothing memories with her injured father at his bedside, then felt him slip away and out of her life forever. This episode, titled "The Final Chapter: The Grief and the Girl," takes us through the stages of grief experienced by Brennan, Booth and their team as they pursue a killer of another grieving woman. Sarah Abbott was in Newfoundland looking for a connection to her beloved grandmother when she was shot, pushed off a cliff and left to drift off among the waves. Who did it and why are the mysteries put before the Jeffersonian in this installment.

Adding to the emotional pull of this Bones episode is the brief return of Brennan's ex-lover, ex FBI Agent Tim "Sully" Sullivan. We are led to believe Sully's appearance on the scene is a threat to the Booth marriage simply because Brennan seeks some time on her own, but the idea of a threat is ridiculous. "Grief mixes us up," Sully mentions, summing up what all those who have been through it know to be painfully true. Rather than endangering Brennan and Booth's union, Sully's visit confirms what has been true from the beginning and remains true today: it was and always will be Booth for Brennan, no matter how you slice it.
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In this episode of Bull, titled "What's Your Number?" Bull depicts a case of corporate greed and liability. After a newly constructed bridge collapses and results in the death of 15 people, Dr. Bull and the TAC team must work to put away the rich architect who approved its construction and stability. But when they realize that that same man owns the TAC office building, they must adapt their sleuthing methods to build a case. Will Bull be able help the District Attorney put the businessman behind bars? Read on to find out.
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Last time on NCIS, we saw Abby run into trouble when she became part of a Department of Homeland Security think tank. Suffice to say that Abby's fake bomb was real, a theoretical terror handbook went missing and it launched a crossover episode with NCIS: New Orleans when Torres and McGee hit the Big Easy.

This episode of NCIS, titled "A Many Splendored Thing," shows us Bishop in revenge mode as the team gets some new intelligence in the Kai Chen case.  Chen is a rich business man who commits terror acts to affect the stock market. Bishop is determined to get revenge for the death of her boyfriend, Qasim. I am still sad that Qasim was killed off; I really liked them as a couple.
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Anyone who watches This Is Us is probably hugging their loved ones a little tighter after this episode, titled "Memphis." In a great tribute to Randall's biological father, the pair head to William's old haunts in Memphis on a road trip. The trip brings up memories of William's life from when he was a small child through his mother's death and his downward spiral shortly afterwards.
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As enjoyable an addition as Amaya has been to the Legends of Tomorrow team in season 2, her presence should be a problem. Amaya is a walking, talking time aberration, aka the thing the team is supposed to be preventing. As a member of a superhero team from the 1940s, Amaya should have no business being a time traveler.

In this episode, "Camelot/3000," Legends of Tomorrow seems to address this plot hole by establishing that Amaya is far from the only JSA member to time travel. This is about the only logic issue that the episode addresses as it is an illogical mess of an episode. It still somehow manages to be a ton of fun to watch, but it's the junk food equivalent of a Legends episode.
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The whole family is dealing with the aftermath of Jesus' traumatic brain injury in this episode of The Fosters, titled "Doors and Windows." Plus, Emma's got a secret, and there's a new development in Kyle's case that may not be what Callie wants to hear.
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