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    Review: 'Archer' Season 6 Episode 4, 'Edie's Wedding,' Grows a Midwestern Rivalry

    It was Archer vs. Barry, Pam vs. Edie and Green Bay vs. Chicago in a violent fourth episode of "Archer's" new season.

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    Review: 'The Americans' Season 3 Episode 1 'EST Men' Switches Targets

    Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell take aim at the CIA — and each other? — in a riveting Season 3 premiere.

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    Review: 'Justified' Season 6, Episode 2, 'Cash Game': All Aboard the Choo-Choo Train

    "Justified" kicks things into gear in a genuinely funny episode.

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    Review: 'The Americans' Season 3 Asks How Far Is Too Far For Family

    Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell find their characters pushed to new limits in a season aiming to break one of them, if not both.

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    For the Love of God (or Country), Start Watching 'The Americans'

    With its thrilling combination of patriotic commitment, marital strife, and parental love, FX's chronicle of the Cold War at home is one of the best shows on television.

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    Review: 'Archer' Season 6 Episode 3, 'The Archer Sanction,' AKA 'Archer Ice'

    A predictable mystery played out to its unsurprising conclusion, but "Archer" didn't skimp on the fun along the way.

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    'Girls' Outrage Tracker: Season 4, Episode 2, 'Triggering'

    "Girls" both acknowledges its critics and mocks them in a tense writers-workshop exchange.

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    Review: 'The Fall' Season 2 Astutely Turns the Male Gaze Against Itself

    Methodically paced and blacker than black, "The Fall" finds its shades of gray in its careful and thorough deconstruction of women in crime stories.

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