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2/18/19
10:53 AM
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Here’s everything The A.V. Club reviewed this weekend, from the RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars season-four finale to a Supergirl Valentine to the debut of not one, but two ensembles of powerful misfits. Read more recaps and pre-airs on our TV reviews page.

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2/17/19
10:01 PM
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“The Final Country” feels like it’s breaking new ground showing teenage Becca Hays (Deborah Ayorinde) as Wayne drives her to college, his truck loaded down with furniture and boxes. The absence of adult Becca looms over the third season, starting well before Wayne lost her at Walmart. It’s one more thread tying Wayne

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2/17/19
9:00 PM
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Since returning to the Bob’s Burgers beat earlier this season, my general sense of the show is that it’s, well, pleasant. That already connotes a criticism, and that’s not my intention. It’s just that the show has figured out a reliable formula not just its jokes or its stories, but also for each of its characters.

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2/16/19
3:17 AM
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In the finale for the fourth season of RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars, much fuss is made over a cartwheel. It lasts for what feels like a long, long time. The four finalists complete their cartwheels, or don’t, and it’s funny (listening to Trinity cackle especially so). And that’s it, almost. And then someone biffs a

2/15/19
3:57 PM
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Riverdale’s taking a few weeks off, so Dial M For Maple decided there was no better time to unplug, unwind, and cozy up to a book. But, as all regular listeners know, there’s always more to discuss, which is why we’re offering up a special “Book Club” edition of the podcast to dig into the official Riverdale prequel

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2/15/19
12:00 PM
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“So many people think they know what they’d do” if they were the victim of domestic violence, National Network To End Domestic Violence president Kim Gandy says at one point in Lorena, Amazon Studios’ new four-part docuseries on the trial of Lorena Bobbitt. And we hear quite a few people, most of them male, say that th

2/15/19
9:00 AM
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The last thing any of us want to do is sign up for yet another in the seemingly endless proliferation of subscription streaming services. Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, Shudder, Crackle, Vue, Tribeca Shortlist—the list quickly grows unwieldy, and massively expensive. Most of us stick to a few favorites, chosen mainly because

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