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'How to Get Away with Murder' Season 4, Episode 4 recap: “Was She Ever Good at Her Job?”

Geez! This episode of How to Get Away With Murder felt like a game of rapid fire. As a viewer, you had to be completely in it. Blink, and you’d miss several important details. So, for this recap, let’s dig and analyze the many pieces of episode four’s twists and turns. We begin the episode with Annalise spitting fierce notes into the oldest voice recorder she could buy. Seriously,...

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'Empire' Season 4, Episode 4 recap: “Bleeding War”

Say what you want about Empire, but you can’t deny that the show is entertaining. Personally, I see it as the perfect representation of today. It’s often very busy, loud, fast and classless — a combination that often demands a good time. And episode four, “Bleeding War,” gives us exactly that. The episode opens with Lucious making an appearance on BET’s 106 & Park. It’s the...

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'How to Get Away with Murder' Season 4, Episode 3 recap: “It's for the Greater Good”

  Michaela is smart. Thank god. We begin “It's for the Greater Good” with the most intelligent, level-headed and driven of the (former) Keating Four, Michaela, running away from her terrible friend, Laurel. If you recall, last episode we were left with Laurel attempting to persuade Michaela to possibly ruin her new, amazing internship by getting information on Laurel’s dad....

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'Empire' Season 4, Episode 3 recap: “Evil Manners”

We’re back in the imaginary NYC world of Empire, and Lucious is dying for the other Lyons to remind him of his past. But his other life is so terrible and dark that they continue to hold back on the information. Hakeem is ready to spill the tea, but the others are hesitant. But why? They all claim to want the old Lucious back, but since he’s been gone, life hasn’t been better. Empire...

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'How to Get Away with Murder' Season 4, Episode 2 recap: “I’m Not Her”

How to Get Away with Murder is the equivalent of a 1,000 piece jigsaw puzzle—so many parts that fit together, with the first few shapes not making much sense. But once 10 or so pieces are in place and connected, you’re anxious to figure out where the other rigid parts belong. The most exciting, yet challenging part of it all is that you already saw the picture on the front of the box....