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Murdoch Mysteries (season 4)

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{5/5} “‘I can imagine this to be some sort of board game. Players would get clues pertaining to certain suspects. Whoever figured out the murderer would be the winner.’ ‘People find murder too grave for it to be the subject of frivolous entertainment.’” Murdoch Mysteries season 4, aired in 2011 Julia left months ago but […]

Twin Peaks (season 1)

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{4.5/5} “Following a dream I had three years ago, I have become deeply moved by the plight of the Tibetan people, and have been filled with a desire to help them. I also awoke from the same dream realizing that I had subconsciously gained knowledge of a deductive technique, involving mind-body coordination operating hand-in-hand with […]

Gotham (season 2)

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{5/5} “I could have saved him. I saw him going down this path, becoming more and more obsessed. Why didn’t I do something?” Gotham season 2, aired in 2015-16 Commissioner Loeb fires Jim Gordon from the GCPD. Jim’s former partner, Harvey Bullock, has resigned and is working as a bartender. Oswald Cobblepot has moved up […]

Once Upon a Time (season 5)

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{4.5/5} “Love’s a funny thing… When I met Charming, I hit him in the face.” Once Upon a Time season 5, aired in 2015-16 Emma became the Dark One in order to save Regina. She was whisked off to the Enchanted Forest. In order to rescue her, they’re going to need help from someone who’s […]

Elementary (season 4)

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{5/5} “No murder should go unsolved and no murderer should walk free. To think otherwise is to descend into a pit of moral relativism.” Elementary season 4, aired in 2015-16 Sherlock’s father arrives in New York — he says he wants to help Sherlock because of his relapse. Sherlock doesn’t believe him. Meanwhile, Sherlock and […]

The Big Bang Theory (season 9)

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{5/5} “Lastly, please initial here to confirm that ownership of the living room couch is hereby transferred to me in perpetuity all throughout the universe. And all alternate universes. Except for those universes where owning a couch is forbidden by the Hive Queen — in which case, all glory to the Hive Queen.” The Big […]

Agents of SHIELD (season 3)

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{5/5} “I did see it, but I can’t really describe what it looked like. It’s more how it felt. Which is old and pained, as if it once had great power but lost it.” Agents of SHIELD season 3, aired in 2015-16 Inhumans are being created at an increasing rate. SHIELD is able to grab […]

Modern Family (season 7)

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{5/5} “‘We gotta get him out of that hippie school.’ ‘I don’t know, Jay, last report card he got straight dolphins.’” Modern Family season 7, aired in 2015-16 Haley attempts to stop Andy from proposing to Beth, but is too late. Haley and Andy like each other — will they get together? Alex is off […]

Castle (season 8)

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{5/5} “Beckett makes me laugh. She challenges me. I became a better man.” Castle season 8, aired in 2015-16 Beckett is now captain of the 12th precinct. Castle is working as a private investigator — he’s shocked to find out that Alexis has been working his cases without telling him. When Beckett is drawn into […]

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (season 2)

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{4.5/5} “‘No one in New York ever wants to high five.’ ‘That’s dumb. What do they do when truckasaurus eats a car?’” Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt season 2, aired in 2016 Kimmy is supposed to be studying for her GED but she keeps helping Dong not get deported. It turns out Titus is technically married and […]