January 17, 2019

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Watch Vanderpump Rules Online: Season 7 Episode 4

Did Lisa relieve James of his duties at SUR? On Vanderpump Rules Season 7 Episode 4, all of the negative attention James has been getting from his co-stars made the SUR boss question his future. Watch Vanderpump Rules Season 7 Episode 4 Online Meanwhile, Scheana recognized that she had to make a bold move if she wanted to get back in good standing with Katie, Kristen, and Stassi. Also, Lala found herself at odds with Lisa over her return to the hostess stand at SUR. Use the video above to watch Vanderpump Rules online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 33 Shows To Binge if You Love California Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.

Watch Ray Donovan Online: Season 6 Episode 9

Was there light at the end of the tunnel for Mac? On Ray Donovan Season 6 Episode 9, New York's newest fixer continued to try to save Mac's life, but he also had to make a move to save Novak's campaign. Watch Ray Donovan Season 6 Episode 9 Online With time running out, an old face reappeared with a seemingly robust plan. Meanwhile, Bridget continued on her new path, but she couldn't help but look to the past to help her get over another big hurdle. Use the video above to watch Ray Donovan online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 21 TV Series That Should Have Called It Quits! Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.

Watch The Real Housewives of Atlanta Online: Season 11 Episode 8

Did Shamari get her own back on the ladies? On The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 11 Episode 8, the newest addition to the cast continued to leave her out of events, so she decided to take action. Watch The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 11 Episode 8 Online Meanwhile, Porsha's claim that she was cleansing herself of alcohol rubbed her co-stars the wrong way, but what was she hiding? Also, one final dinner in Destin paved the way for the most explosive argument of the season. Use the video above to watch The Real Housewives of Atlanta online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 42 TV Celebrities Who've Spent Time in the Slammer Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.

Watch Outlander Online: Season 4 Episode 8

Did Roger find Brianna? On Outlander Season 4 Episode 8, he realized he was close to finding her, but there was a big hurdle in his way that could spell the end of their relationship. Watch Outlander Season 4 Episode 8 Online Meanwhile, Brianna found herself at odds with someone close to her when she got wind of a stunning betrayal and had to think about where she was going next. Use the video above to watch Outlander online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 29 Internet Boyfriends You Should Still Be Crushing On Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.

Watch Madam Secretary Online: Season 5 Episode 10

Did Elizabeth manage to take down the people who drafted a new policy regarding immigrant children being separated from their parents? That was revealed on Madam Secretary Season 5 Episode 10 when she learned the true extent of the issues plaguing the United States of America. Watch Madam Secretary Season 5 Episode 10 Online However, she found herself questioning just how far she was willing to go to reunite children with their parents. Also, a surprising twist in Elizabeth's personal life made her change focus. Use the video above to watch Madam Secretary online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 13 Characters In Need of a Christmas Miracle Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.

Madam Secretary Season 5 Episode 10 Review: Family Separation: Part 1

One of Madam Secretary's greatest strengths is its ability to present political issues without aligning itself with a particular party. In our incredibly polarized American political climate, that's important, because viewers often shut down when they feel a show is taking a side that they don't agree with. Madam Secretary Season 5 Episode 10's treatment of border security couldn't avoid that risk since it aired in the middle of a government shutdown over that exact issue. But as always, it told a powerful story from a different perspective, and that made a world of difference. The situation Elizabeth dealt with reversed the real-life political issue. Instead of some states refusing to accept a federal mandate requiring them to crack down on illegal immigration, in this story the federal government butted heads with a state governor who was implementing a more restrictive policy. This was a smart move. It drew a parallel with real events, yet was different enough to bring up some interesting questions. Related: Get CBS All Access via Prime Video Channels for Hit Shows, Exclusive Originals & Live TV! In real life, there's a debate about "sanctuary cities--" city governments that refuse to accept the federal mandate regarding immigration and protect undocumented persons from arrest by immigration authorities. Many people hail these city officials as heroes, while others see them as traitors. I wondered as I watched "Family Separation" whether viewers who were for sanctuary cities felt differently about a state governor defying a policy they agreed with and whether those who were against them felt differently about a state governor rebelling against a more liberal immigration policy. Dalton: Are you really separating children from their parents? Governor Barker: It's called following the law. You should try it sometime. Permalink: It's called following the law. You should try it sometime. Added: December 23, 2018 I have to admit that Governor Barker seemed a little cartoonish. States rights are one thing, but he seemed to think that Arizona was a sovereign nation that was not beholden to federal laws at all and could arrest federal officials for trespassing on his borders. Arresting the Secretary of State in front of cameras seemed like a stupid move on his part. It made it look like he had something to hide, plus it appeared he was trying to squash the First Amendment rights of people who disagreed with him. Barker probably believed he could scare Elizabeth into silence, at least until she went back to Washington, and had to make a dubious political move when he found he couldn't. But still. The judge who refused to grant a preliminary injunction because he was angry that he hadn't got the appellate court appointment he wanted from the Dalton administration was a much more realistic villain. Henry: Never underestimate a senator's desire to keep his seat. Elizabeth: ..

Counterpart Season 2 Episode 3 Review: Something Borrowed

And I thought the prison reveal was going to be exciting. There are so many tricks up the sleeves of the Counterpart team; it's impossible to guess what's in store for the group of spies trying to keep tabs on different worlds. "Our" Howard, Howard Alpha, will become a huge disappoint to me, personally, if he doesn't get a fire lit under his behind while inside of Echo. He didn't quite understand what "being a spy" meant before Counterpart Season 2 Episode 3, and he's only scraping the surface on his first day with the locals. Echo wasn't as expected. The way it sounded, he was going into hell. For those who have been there years on end as nothing but an encyclopedic knowledge of their counterparts, it probably seems like hell. Having worked in Strategy, even in a lowly occupation like Howard A's, he knew a lot of the faces housed in the facility. He was kind of confused, though, as he called out to Marcel expecting the other to know him, not recalling he doesn't know Echo's Marcel at all. The most exciting reveal from Echo was Peter Quayle Prime. Peter Prime was equally as excited to meet Howard Alpha because Peter has delusions of grandeur. I'd never call Peter Alpha a genius, but Peter Prime fall off the turnip truck half-baked. Related: Counterpart Review: Inside Out At some point, Management must have decided it was better to use him for his knowledge of Peter Alpha's innermost thoughts and patterns of behavior rather than to risk sending a less-than-stellar mind over the crossing to take his place. Howard A: Why are you in here? Peter Quayle P: I'm serving my world in the fight against yours. Yanek says I'm one of the most important people here. I suppose now we know why. Howard A: Yanek? Peter P: Yeah. I give him secrets, my secrets, things about my life, things I'm afraid of, things that only I can know. So now Management knows my other's secrets. Permalink: Yeah. I give him secrets, my secrets, things about my life, things I'm afraid of, things that... Added: December 22, 2018 He's almost childlike in how proud he is to be of service to his world even if it means he has no life of his own. While everyone else seems noticeably upset to be imprisoned for such reasons, Peter P flaunts his other's high position and his counter-importance inside Echo as a way to get the best chair in front of the TV. It's through Peter P, though, that Howard gets the lay of the land. Yanek didn't sound so bad coming from Peter P, and despite his role at the prison, his dialogue with Howard wasn't all that bad, either. Yanek's role is normally to extract information about his captives. He seems decent because he has to be. He's working with people from his world. They may be captive, but they should be sold a bill of goods that says they're role is just as crucial to the cause as those sent across from the..

Outlander Season 4 Episode 8 Review: Wilmington

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. I know I'm in the minority, but even after the atrocities that occurred on Outlander Season 4 Episode 8, Brianna and Roger win my heart over Jamie and Claire in the love department. They're a more traditional romance couple, and much more exciting than Bree's parents. Jamie and Claire's love is so ridiculously even-keeled, I can't connect with it. I've never had a love with as few inside challenges. I can get on board with all the obstacles Brianna and Roger toss into their own way. It didn't take long for the two to reconnect once they were both in Wilmington, and the majority of the episode proved why they could be featured a lot more often and viewers wouldn't lose interest. Roger: You'll marry me? Brianna: How can I say no to a man who followed me for 200 years? Permalink: How can I say no to a man who followed me for 200 years? Added: December 23, 2018 At the very least, Bree and Roger seem to understand at this point how far they've come. I'm glad they aren't burying the enormity of traveling 200 years into the past. It's incredibly significant, even if the same topic also is their undoing. Related: Outlander Review: Blood of My Blood Sticking with what works for the two, their innocence regarding love is very special. When Jamie and Claire came together, there wasn't the same feeling of firsts and the understanding of love for the first time. Roger maintained his desire to have all of Brianna or not have her at all, and his thoughts, while temporarily waylayed after their dip into the alley, have not changed. Their ceremony was lovely and as they prepared to make love afterward, it was as intimate as two souls could make it. I almost felt like I shouldn't have been watching, but it didn't quite stop me from grabbing a few screen prints so we would have some visual aids for the discussion at hand. Quotes can only go so far, you know? Brianna: I've wanted this for so long. Roger: If I take ye now, it's for always. Brianna: Yes, Yes, please. Roger: Feel my heart. Tell me if it stops. Permalink: Feel my heart. Tell me if it stops. Added: December 23, 2018 Roger's words were so sweet. What girl wouldn't want to be treated during their first time as Roger did Brianna? Related: Outlander Review: Down the Rabbit Hole It was as if she was his very own goddess set down before him, and Roger loved all over her, ensuring she wouldn't look back on her first time as anything but as beautiful as the love between them. They're also very open with each other in most areas, even if they don't quite understand the quirks between them yet. Brianna: Can I ask you something? Roger: Yes. Brianna: Was it alright? Did I do it right? Roger: Oh God. [laughs] Brianna: It was alright then. Roger: Oh Christ. What could possibly make you think otherwise? Brianna: Well..

Days of Our Lives Round Table: The Most Annoying Person in Salem!

Victor fired Chad, Julie fell down the stairs, Sarah went after Chloe and Abigail had a surprise for Stefan on Days of Our Lives. Our TV Fanatics Jack Ori and Christine Orlando are joined by Andy from MyHourglass a Days of Our Lives fan forum to debate Rafe and Hope’s marriage, Rex moving Mimi and the baby to Chicago, Sarah’s involvement in Holly’s custody battle and choosing the most annoying person in Salem. Was Victor right to fire Chad despite Sonny’s protests? Andy: I can't blame Victor for firing Chad one bit. He shouldn't have been named CEO of Titan in the first place. I don't think either Chad or Sonny is experienced enough to be CEO of these giant companies, and they've both recently proven that fact. Nepotism at its finest. Jack: I wasn't fully following why Chad's business decision was so terrible. I get that Chad was thinking more of his revenge scheme than the bottom line, but if his risk pays off and Titan makes a lot of money Victor could look foolish. However, considering Chad's betrayal of Sonny and the fact that he took the job in order to be able to hurt Stefan, it probably is not in Titan's best interest for him to continue. Christine: I had to agree with Victor. Neither Chad nor Sonny seem to keep business decisions to just business. Not only did Chad admit to making a poor business deal because revenge was his first priority, but he then admitted to knowing that Sonny was being set up when he took the job. Why should Victor continue to trust him with his company? Do you think that Rafe and Hope have a healthy marriage? Why or why not? Andy: I honestly forget that they're actually married until one of them brings it up. I don't see the romance or the trust needed for a healthy marriage. They do support each other when something bad happens but are more believable as friends than spouses. Jack: It's not healthy for them or for my mental health. I can't stand watching these two on screen. All they do is fight, distrust each other, and belittle each other. Hope wasn't even sure she wanted to be with Rafe when she decided not to annul the marriage. I'm praying that the soap gods break these two up permanently as we head into a new year! Christine: Like Andy, I frequently forget that they’re married unless they remind us. These two are horrible together. They bring one another down instead of lifting each other up. They are so much more likable apart than they are together. Can I ask Santa for their divorce for Christmas this year? Is Sarah fighting for Eric to have custody of Holly because she has the child’s best interests at heart or is there another reason? Andy: I don't think Sarah (or Eric for that matter) has really stopped to think about Holly's best interests. Eric is understandably trying to hold onto this last shred of Nicole, and Sarah...I don't really get Sarah. She's attached herself to Er..

Watch Midnight, Texas Online: Season 2 Episode 8

Manfred and Kai found themselves going up against a familiar foe, but did they both survive? On Midnight, Texas Season 2 Episode 9, it became apparent that the end of the world was near and the Dark witches continued to extend their grip on the town. Watch Midnight, Texas Season 2 Episode 8 Online Meanwhile, Olivia and Bobo searched for a way to bring Fiji back from the dark side, but it all ended in disaster. Also, Joe got a surprise visitor and had to make plans for the future. Use the video above to watch Midnight, Texas online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 38 Hottest 'Ships of Fall 2018! Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.
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