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    How 'New Girl' Went From Gratingly 'Adorkable' Star Vehicle to Winning Ensemble Comedy

    How 'New Girl' Went From Gratingly 'Adorkable' Star Vehicle to Winning Ensemble Comedy

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    'Every man in this show can't be an awful creation!': The Boys of 'Girls'

    After watching the first three episodes of "Girls," a friend of mine told me that he couldn't stand the show because he found the male characters awful and one-dimensional -- that they made him wonder if what he felt was anything close to how women feel when they complain about how und...

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    Recap: 'Game Of Thrones' Episodes 5 & 6 See Season Two Somehow Get Bloodier & Grimmer

    Due to popular demand, and the increasing addiction of the entire staff to the show, we're going to be covering HBO's fantasy epic "Game Of Thrones" episode-by-episode for the rest of the season. You can find our verdict on the first four episodes here, and below is our take on episode five, "The Gh...

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    Mad Men Episode 8 Review and Recap: In 'Lady Lazarus,' Don and Pete See the Abyss

    In Sunday's all-new "Mad Men" episode, the prospect of performing is liberating for some and confusing for others. Meanwhile, a few outliers are gravely tired of the roles fate has assigned them.

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    Even Better Than the Real Thing: 'Mad Men' Dives Into the Cool Whip

    Series like "The Wire" are more easily remembered in season-long arcs rather than episodic increments. Stories and ideas stretch out and solidify as larger developments, unfolding over hours. But "Mad Men," for all its grand ambition, maintains a lot of respect for the form of th...

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    Why 'Veep' is More Sitcom Than Political Satire

    "Veep” may be set in the world of politics, but after three episodes, the HBO series has more in common with the modern strain of "Office"-style embarrassment comedies than creator Armando Iannucci’s other trenchant satires. The situations are the same: In each episode of ...

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    MAD MEN RECAP 7: LADY LAZARUS

    "But listen to the color of your dreams//It is not leaving, it is not leaving." --The Beatles, "Tomorrow Never Knows."

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    Review: 'Girls' Unfortunately Stumbles Into Sitcom Territory

    As we mentioned in our review of the season premiere, "Girls" came out of the gate strong, exhibiting a fresh approach and confidence that many shows don't often have in their first season. Navigating the complexities of sex, relationships and friendships between women in Manhattan, Lena Dunham's ef...

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    GIRLS RECAP 4: HANNAH'S DIARY

    I hoped the title of this week's episode wouldn't imply what I had a feeling it implied. I hoped we'd just see Hannah writing in her diary, or hear snippets in a voice-over—something, anything besides another character reading Hannah's diary and getting information s/he didn't want, while I watched,...

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    Review: A Diva, A Dog & 20 Years In D.C. On 'Veep'

    If over the last couple of episodes of "Veep" we've been critical of the writers overstuffing their plot, that's not an issue this time around. But unfortuantely, the titular subject of the episode (who really only comes into play in the last third), is also the least interesting.

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