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    Review: 'House of Cards' Season 3 Episode 5 'Chapter 31' Introduces Two New Faces & One Old One

    The President pushed ahead with his jobs plan, and Congress bucked against it. What else is new?

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    Review: 'Girls' Season 4, Episode 9, 'Daddy Issues': Pushing the Boundaries

    In which the word "daddy" has multiple connotations.

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    'The Jinx' Star Robert Durst is Arrested; the HBO Series is a Doc Study of What We Can and Cannot Know

    The police have arrested Robert Durst following HBO's airing of the documentary serial "The Jinx," "Capturing the Friedmans" director Andrew Jarecki's latest transformation of the "true crime" genre.

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    Review: 'Archer' Season 6 Episode 10, 'Reignition Sequence,' Tests Sterling's Loyalty

    An office romance turned Archer and Lana's officemates ugly in an episode that was necessary (if a bit bland).

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    Review: 'House of Cards' Season 3 Episode 4, 'Chapter 30,' Grabs God's Ear

    "Chapter 30" tried to emulate "The West Wing," and failed miserably.

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    Review: 'The Americans' Season 3 Episode 7, 'Walter Taffet,' Brings Trouble

    "The Americans" put a twist on last week's cliffhanger by corking one discussion and opening up a more dangerous one instead.

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    Review: 'Justified' Season 6, Episode 8, 'Dark As A Dungeon': The Past Is A Shadow

    Raylan does a little digging as he prepares to pull up stakes.

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    In Fantastic New Comedies 'Last Man on Earth' and 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,' First Tragedy, Then Farce

    Bright, zippy, absolutely hilarious depictions of loneliness, human frailty, and abject failure, the latest series from Netflix and FOX are the perfect comedies for an anxious age.

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    Review: 'House of Cards' Season 3 Episode 3, 'Chapter 29,' Plays Beer Pong in the White House

    A Russian party turns sour as "House of Cards" tips its hand to the main showdown of Season 3.

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