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Season 1, Episode 8 – Alice and Ben are celebrating their six month anniversary. Mary is worried Alice won’t need her anymore. And Andy and Dora are competing to donate the most for their school’s clothing drive.
Season 1, Episode 7 – Alice is trying to make a good impression on Ben’s ex-wife Renee but she may be in over her head. Andy and Dora bond over taking advantage of having divorced parents and stage a sick day to get out of running the mile at school.
Season 1, Episode 6 – Alice gets Dora to open up about her teenage secret life. But Ben wants her to share her intel. And Andy learns what it really means to be an older brother to Bunny.
Season 1, Episode 5 – Alice is nervous about her friends meeting Ben. And Dora helps Andy with his social life.
Season 1, Episode 4 – Alice helps Andy with a prom-posal. And Ben is trying to keep Dora from growing up too fast.
Season 1, Episode 3 – In this week’s episode Alice gets “Parent-y” and helps Andy with his Grease audition. Meanwhile Dora is protesting the play due to its anti-feminist message and stages her own play.
Season 1, Episode 2 – When Ben can’t find a sitter Alice is tasked with picking up Bunny from dance class. Meanwhile, Andy is avoiding driving at all costs.
Season 1, Episode 1 – Alice, a single, PR executive, with commitment issues faces her biggest fear, dating a guy with kids. Her anxiety brings back her forgotten imaginary friend, Mary.
Season 1, Episode 15 – The team is briefed on a murder case and is tasked with tracking down an infamous serial killer before he strikes again. But they aren’t sure if they’re dealing with the real killer or a copycat killer.
Season 1, Episode 14 – MacGyver and the gang are nervous about their evaluations with their new director while tracking down one of the FBI’s most wanted.
Season 1, Episode 8-10 – The Queen and Phillip go on an exhausting world tour that strains their relationship. Margret and Peter have another obstacle to face in order to be married. Churchill comes to terms with his age. And the Queen tries to balance her identities.
Season 1, Episodes 5-7 – The Queen goes against tradition and appoints Philip as chairman of her coronation ceremony. Margaret and Peter’s relationship sparks a scandal.
Season 1, Episodes 1-4 – King George IV is dealing with an illness amidst a pivotal election and Elizabeth’s marriage. Queen Elizabeth assumes power and has to juggle her duties as a wife and ruler. Churchill tries to maintain his position as Prime Minister. And Princess Margaret and Peter Townsend try to keep their affair a secret.
Season 3, Epsiodes 4-6 – Black Mirror explores engineering our after life, a cure for wartime realities, and how hashtags can be deadly.
Season 1, Episodes 1-2 – The first 3 episodes of Black Mirror shows us a world where ‘likes’ really matter, the negative side effects of virtual reality, and the lengths people will go to protect their privacy.
Season 1, Episode 6 – Patrick ‘breaks up’ with The Guy when he reads a self-help book that turns his life around. The Guy gets robbed and has to pay a visit to Gwen to get his spare key. He questions his job and Gwen just wants to enjoy her night alone.
Season 1, Episode 5 – The Guy’s becomes the center of attention when he’s asked to be interviewed by an aspiring writer who is addicted to social media and testify on behalf of the infamous “Homeless Heidi”. Hannibal Burress and Lena Dunham make guest appearances.
Season 1, Episode 4 – The Guy takes out the trash and the “tick”. A day raver and recyclable collector couple deal with new technology and connecting with their millennial kids.
Season 1, Episode 3 – Gatsby is in love and The Guy goes to a bubble show on this week’s episode of High Maintenance.
Season 1, Episode 2 – Eesha’s looking for a new connect and The Guy gets invited to a “Birthday Party” on High Maintenance.
Season 1, Episode 1 – Online series High Maintenance makes its television debut on HBO, giving throwback vibes to the days of Curb Your Enthusiasm and Sex and the City.
The biggest question for Suits fans last episode was, “what now?”. How do we keep Mike in the picture, out of jail, and keep him from going back to being a bike delivery guy, selling weed, and/or test scores?
Just when we thought the Suits team was in the clear and Mike was coming home well before his 2-year stint in prison is over, Mike finds out he has to wait a few more days. This is an eternity for Mike because time is running out on his promise to get Gallo out.
If the time was running out in the last episode of Suits the time has officially run out in this week’s episode, “Borrowed Time”. Harvey calls for a 3 day delay in Sutter’s case, Jessica and Rachel have 5 more days in Bailey’s case, and Gallo gives Mike till just 6pm to get him parole before he tells Kevin about Mike’s plan to inform on him.
The pressure is on when time starts running out for the team. Will they be able to handle a death row sentence, insider trading, prison time, and finding right date night spot?
This episode of Suits answered a lot of questions but still had this reviewer asking more, such as how is Mike going to get out early now that the deal is no longer on the table? How is Rachel going to defend Bailey? How is Harvey going to keep Sutter as a client knowing he’s guilty?
Harvey is trying to trust that Cahill’s deal will work, Mike is trying to get Kevin to trust him with the details of his incarceration, Donna wants Louis to trust her ability to find him a Hampton home, and Rachel wants her innocence project client to trust that she will fight for him. But who can anyone really trust?
This week’s episode of Suits proves a turning point in the season as it takes a “Turn” and begins to show where the year is headed for the staff of Pearson Specter Litt.
The firm’s loss of business leaves Louis and Jessica looking for new tenants. However, Louis doesn’t want to give up his precious bull pen on this week’s episode of Suits.
Almost every character in this episode makes a sacrifice to save someone else. This episode really shows the bond between the characters and how they are a family more than anything and a family takes care of it’s own.