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  1. Things We Saw Today: Doctor Who‘s Eleventh Doctor In Funko Form!

    Finally, I can take Eleven home with me! Erm.... *blushes*

    At long last, my Doctor is available in Funko Pop! form! Here's the Doctor Who Eleventh Doctor Pop! vinyl figure, now available on sale at the HotTopic website in this exclusive pre-release!

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  2. Supergirl Pilot Leaks Online Way Ahead of Series Debut

    Or "leaks," depending on your level of skepticism.

    The Supergirl pilot isn't scheduled to officially air on CBS until November, but a high-quality version has leaked online in one of the earliest leaks for a TV show. Really, we don't blame people for being that unable to wait.

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  3. Twin Peaks Newbie Recap: “The Condemned Woman” & “Wounds and Scars”

    Could not be more excited for this development.

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  4. Netflix Releases Cast Images for New Wet Hot American Summer, Can of Mixed Vegetables Still Looks Good

    Let's make a day of it!

    Netflix has finally shared first-look images of the cast for their Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp prequel series.

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  5. Matt Fraction Talks Hawkeye and “Sex Tips” (Not at the Same Time) on Late Night With Seth Meyers

    "We're fighting an army of robots, and I'm a human crapsack. None of this makes sense."

    Matt Fraction, kickass comics writer and award-winner for Hawkeye and Sex Criminals among other work, stopped by Late Night With Seth Meyers last night to discuss... Hawkeye and sex, actually. Kind of. Enjoy.

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  6. Daredevil Recaps: “The Path of the Righteous” and “The Ones We Leave Behind”

    Wesley is displeased.

    This week's Daredevil episodes deal with the fallout of Foggy's revelations, the fallout of Venessa's unfortunate incident, and the continued fallout of Matt's near-death experience against Nobu. So much fallout—it's getting positively nuclear in here. Let's get to work setting up that season finale!

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  7. New Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell Trailer Showcases the Return of Magic to England

    No footnotes! Only magic.

    It took me three years, on-and-off, to finish Susanna Clarke's debut novel, Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell. Loved the story, hated the fake footnotes. And throughout all that reading I thought, This would make an awesome movie. And best of all, the movie won't have footnotes.

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  8. Orange Is the New Black Funkos Are Finally Here, We’re Holding out for Sophia

    Ickle babies.

    Personally I wish there were a few more character options available (I don't really need a Pornstache, thank you) but Funko's new figurines sure are cute.

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  9. Does The Doctor Still “Fancy Clara?” Doctor Who Showrunner Steven Moffat Seems to Think So

    Geronim-NO!

    Peter Capaldi was very clear at the beginning of his tenure as the Doctor on Doctor Who that he wasn't interested in, in fact he was adamant about no romantic involvement between the Twelfth Doctor and his companion. Well, it seems like showrunner Steven Moffat has something different to say about it now.

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  10. The Flash Mob: Season 1 Finale, “Fast Enough”

    Ahhhhh! The Flash's first season finale, and boy was it a good one! But don't take my word for it; what did you all think? (Spoilers, as always.)

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  11. Typecast Much? Mad Men’s Paul Johansson Shows Buzzfeed How Sexism Is Done In Hollywood

    “I’m sweating like a rapist."

    Whether we're watching heroes, villains, or ordinary folks trying to get through the day on television, we like to think what we're watching is a demonstration of acting prowess. But what if the person portraying a great TV villain actually is that heinous in real life? Well, Mad Men's Paul Johansson, who played Ferg Donnelly on the show recently concluded, long-running series, may be a sad example of that very thing.

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  12. The Mary Sue Editor in Chief Jill Pantozzi Talks to CNN’s Brooke Baldwin About Our Big Decision

    [TW for discussion of rape] The Mary Sue will no longer be promoting HBO's Game of Thrones, but our editorial team will be making decisions on the newsworthiness of certain items as they arise. Earlier today our Editor in Chief Jill Pantozzi was asked to speak with CNN's Brooke Baldwin about our decision and what we think the series could have done differently.

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  13. Anna Kendrick Whips Creepy Dudes into Shape as a Gender-Swapped Indiana Jones

    Aca-eology!

    We still have a while to wait for Disney's fifth Indiana Jones movie, but you can get your archeology jollies right now in this Anna Kendrick-starring "Indiana Jones Reboot" skit in honor of Red Nose Day.

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  14. Shonda Rhimes and Jenji Kohan Honored, Talk Feminism At the Global Women’s Rights Awards

    "I just want those words ‘all of that,’ to apply to all of us.”

    Olivia Pope. Annalise Keating. Sophia Burset. Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren. Scandal showrunner Shonda Rhimes and Orange Is the New Black showrunner Jenji Kohan are in the business of creating nuanced female characters, which is why they were recently honored by the Feminist Majority Foundation at the 10th annual Global Women's Rights Awards.

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  15. Things We Saw Today: Flash and Supergirl Team Up on Magazine Cover and Also in Our Hearts

    Today needed this.

    Great. Now all we can think about is how great this crossover would be on actual television. Thanks, Variety. (via ComingSoon.net)

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  16. Penny Dreadful Review: “The Nightcomers”

    In which Eva Green earns herself what should be her 1000th Emmy.

    Much like last season's "Closer Than Sisters," this episode of Penny Dreadful takes us back, way back into time, to examine a heretofore unknown aspect of Vanessa's past, and her experiences at a way less awesome Hogwarts.

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  17. Orphan Black #CloneClub Recap: “Scarred By Many Past Frustrations”

    "In convent, I spent four months in broom closet. I don't rot."

    Welcome to this week’s Orphan Black #CloneClub Recap! Episode 5 of the season, “Scarred By Many Past Frustrations” gives us another dance party to cheer about, and a harrowing instance of sisterly bonding. Let’s dive in!

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  18. Did You Know That? Bill Nye the Science Guy Is Now on Netflix Streaming!

    NOW YOU KNOW

    Science (and Netflix) rules!

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  19. Grant Gustin Writes Flash Fans a Touching Thank You as the Season Finale Approaches

    Newsflash: Grant Gustin <3s you.

    CW's The Flash has been a great joy for superhero fans everywhere, and the star/Flash himself, Grant Gustin, wants all those fans to know how much their support means to him with the first season finale coming up on Tuesday.

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  20. We Will No Longer Be Promoting HBO’s Game of Thrones

    The Mary Sue has decided we will no longer be actively promoting the HBO series Game of Thrones. Allow us to explain.

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