How To Get Away With Murder S1E11: “He Is Not The Man We Thought He Was”

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By Lexie Schapitl 

In this week’s episode of “HTGAWM”, the Keating students return for second semester, and through a series of flashbacks we see how winter break went for the whole gang (hint: not well). Annalise spent her time off in a Philadelphia hotel, hiding from her sister-in-law. She drinks, eats junk food, cries, and ignores calls from Nate for a few days before returning home to face Hannah.

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine S2E15: “Catharsis”

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By Mina Haq 

Jake hasn’t been coping too well after ending things with Sophia, so this week’s episode of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” was all about Terry and Boyle’s version of catharsis, which they dubbed “catharting.” Meanwhile, Amy and Rosa battle it out to see who gets Saturday off and Gina and Holt realize they’re more similar than they seem.

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The Flash S1E11: “Peek-a-boo”

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By Mina Haq 

All of Barry’s training was tested this week on “The Flash” when he encountered a meta-human with the power to teleport and a selfish agenda. Meanwhile, Cisco runs into trouble while investigating what happened to Ronnie and Caitlin deals with her lack of social life by doing karaoke.

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THE WALKING DEAD, S5E9: ‘It’s better now’

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By David Oliver and Josh Axelrod 

“The Walking Dead” is not playing around anymore. It’s been a long midseason break since Beth died, and both the characters and audience still haven’t gotten over it yet. And the second the show returned, it hit us right in the gut again with another big character death. This one, though, was problematic for reasons bigger than the show. Let’s discuss:

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Binge Central’s Top 10 Super Bowl Commercials

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By Josh Axelrod 

That was one hell of a show. Every aspect of Super Bowl XLIX lived up to the hype, which is more than can be said for the walloping the Seahawks put on the Broncos last year. This year, the Hawks were beaten by Tom Brady’s Patriots in possibly the most heartbreaking football moment since the Titans came up one yard short in Super Bowl XXXIV.

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