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    Review: How Women and Don Dominate 'A Day's Work' With Surprising Results In a Slow-Moving 'Mad Men'

    The second episode of "Mad Men's" final season chronicled "A Day's Work," but focused more on personal disputes and quibbles than business -- or are they one in the same at SC&P?

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    TV Review: How 'Bad Teacher' Shows the Generation Gap Between CBS and Stephen Colbert Fans

    Despite an appealing cast and crew, "Bad Teacher" lacks the bite of its filmic predecessor.

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    TV Review: SundanceTV's Charming Season Premiere of 'The Writers' Room' Shares Secrets of 'Scandal'

    On the second season premiere of the inside Hollywood talk show, host Jim Rash talks to the writers, producers, and star -- Kerry Washington! -- of ABC's "Scandal."

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    TV Review: How WGN's 'Salem' Alters History By Asking You To Believe In Witches

    WGN America's first scripted series plays it largely by the book, even if the dialed up depravity may make you think twice.

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    TV Review: 'Fargo' Honors the Coens' Original Vision While Allowing Us More Time in Their Wintery World

    Much like the Oscar-winning film its based on, "Fargo" asks us to choose what's most important in life without sacrificing the greater good.

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    TV Review: Hulu's 'Deadbeat' is Better Suited for TV Than the Web

    While it's easy to see Hulu's new original series as a pot-centric "Ghostbusters," "Deadbeat" shares closer ties to modern marijuana comedies.

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    TV Review: 'Game of Thrones' Returns for More Bloodshed In Season Four Premiere

    While nothing can top the Red Wedding for surprises, the season four premiere 'Two Swords' reestablishes the grave, bloody tone well-known to fans.

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    TV Review: Pretty & Poignant, HBO's Bruce Springsteen Doc 'High Hopes' is Still a Waste of Time & Talent

    While further study on the legendary rock 'n roller is needed, this search for his motivation is based in the wrong arena.

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    TV Review: 'Veep' has Become a Lean, Mean Apolitical Machine -- and HBO's Best Comedy

    If you thought the first two seasons of HBO's political comedy moved quickly, get ready for the ride of your life in season three.

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