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Simon's deep, dark secret is reveal, or at least one of them, and yes it's the one you already guessed from episode 1. Meanwhile, Alex takes a trip into the deep, dark web.
Asher is going to testify against Annalise! No he isn't! Yes he is! No he isn't! Yes he is! Oh, and racist aunt is racist but how much does that really matter anyway?
In this week's Quantico recap, Shelby and Alex can't stop pulling each other's pigtails in the past and future. Simon is working both sides, frowny face emoticon. And the FBI is full of idiots.
Could it be Michaela is falling in love with her murder-y, incest-y client? Can Annalise bring herself to kill her sometimes-boyfriend's wife? And would the movie Mean Girls have been funnier with a touch more murder, or would that just be Heathers all over again?
It's time to dive into this week's Quantico recap, where Alex takes a swim in both the past and future, so enjoy all the sexy FBI recruits stripping down in the locker room. She also discovers the truth about her dad and cuts her finger. Guess which turns out to be more important?
This week on Once, King Arthur and Prince Charming take a shroom-inspired trip together. Emma’s fast food-flavored seduction of Hook fails miserably. And King Arthur ends up being just as big of a douchebag as we all instantly suspected him of being.
Guess which HTGAWM character has never had an orgasm! Also, lots of sex parties, a little bit of accidental murder, and no answers at all in the flash-forwards.
It's week 2 of Quantico--for the recruits as well as the viewers. As usual, everyone is lying about everything, from sex to scars to Swedish.
Annalise accidentally gets an innocent man freed from prison. Oops. Meanwhile, her students continue to make monumentally stupid decisions, professionally and personally.
The series premiere of Quantico brings a whole mess of beautiful people together for sexy shenanigans and deadly secrets, plus a terrorist attack in the middle of New York City just to make it interesting.
One week into the official start of the fall TV season, how are the new shows performing? We already have at least one embarrassing bomb and a couple of potential hits.
Season 2 begins with a new murder mystery that's quickly solved. But don't worry, there are still a hundred more twists this hour, including Annalise's old girlfriend and why the hell eggs are such a big emergency.
It's Day 2 of prediction week at HNTP. Today, we tackle ABC. The alphabet has five new shows on the schedule this fall, although every single one of them will remind you strongly of something you've seen before.
Racist butterball Paula Deen is ready to return to the spotlight and dance her diabetic butt off.
Lifetime is at it again... spending almost two weeks and $20 making an original "unauthorized" movie about a family sitcom you care about only if you were born in 1984. Is it so bad it's good? Oh hell no. But that doesn't mean you can't enjoy the recap.
Kermit and Miss Piggy are helping children everywhere learn that love is a sham that eventually crumbles into dust and leaves you a bitter, miserable shell of a puppet.
President Obama accidentally reveals the truth about aliens. Like, the outer space kind. It's all right there plain as the ears on his face if you only listen closely, study the body language, and forget to take your medication.
The internet is demanding Amy Schumer be the next Bachelorette. Amy seems down with it, and in fact, she's got three demands of her own.
How many channels are you paying for that you never, ever watch? The days when viewers would brag how many hundreds of channels they get are 20 years gone, at least. Here is the meager handful of channels viewers say they actually want... and what they're willing to pay for them.
Nick crashes the party on Week 5 of The Bachelorette, but can anyone who's so good at Mariachi music really be that bad of a guy? (Yes.) Oh, and Ian turns out to be a total dick.