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  1. The Launch Trailer For the BBC’s Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell is Simply Magical

    Ok, I'll be honest, I still haven't finished reading Susanna Clarke's Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, but this adaptation, starring Bertie Carvel and Eddie Marsan respectfully, looks like it's going to be a great one.

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  2. Chatting With a Lizard Woman from the Dawn of Time: An Interview With Doctor Who‘s Neve McIntosh

    More than one-word answers, thankfully.

    One of the most exciting parts of C2E2 for The Mary Sue crew? Getting to chat with self-professed geek girl (and Doctor Who's Madame Vastra) Neve McIntosh about Star Wars, sticking out from the status quo, and the need for more female creators. Allons-y!

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  3. Orphan Black #CloneClub Recap: “Transitory Sacrifices of Crisis”

    Where are those mangoes?

    Welcome to this week's Orphan Black #CloneClub Recap! Episode 2 of the season, "Transitory Sacrifices of Crisis" focuses on the theme of Family: what it means (for clone and non-clone alike), and what one is willing to do to protect it. Let's dive in!

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  4. The Mary Sue Interview: Talking LGBTQ+ Representation, Genre TV, and Fandom With the Cast of Orphan Black

    "Just don't be a dick!'

    "I think there's a lot of mythology about what a man or a woman is supposed to be, a lot of mythology about what gay men and gay women are supposed to be. There's just a lot of storytelling surrounding human beings and what sexuality and gender identity means to your value. It's all a lie. And it's a lie we've been told for many many years, and it's destructive and exclusionary and I resent it. "

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  5. Once Upon A Time In Conversation: “Lily”

    Emma and Regina take New York!

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  6. ABC’s The Astronaut Wives Club: The Story of the Women Behind the First Astronauts

    The race for space was fought in high heels? Can you fight a race? *sigh*

    I want to like this show. I really do. The Astronaut Wives Club is an upcoming limited event television series based on the book of the same name by Lily Koppel, and it tells the story of the wives of the first astronauts: the celebrity they navigated, the secrets they kept, the lives they and their husbands lived. That's all stuff I'm very interested in. Also, period costumes. Also, female leads.

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  7. Game of Thrones Book Spoiler Open Thread: “High Sparrow”

    Here be Game of Thrones book spoilers! If you're not up on your ASOIAF reading, you'll probably want to stay away from this discussion thread and check out Jill's book-spoiler-free episode recap for last night's "High Sparrow" instead.

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  8. Game of Thrones Recap: “High Sparrow”

    In which "uncomfortable" doesn't even begin to cover it.

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  9. Terry Crews Sings How We Feel About Him, Lip Syncs to Vanessa Carlton’s “A Thousand Miles”

    Oh, to be that piano...

    Curse you, "Lip Sync Battle with LL Cool J" for making me actively look forward every week to a show that airs on Spike TV. (The channel for NotAllMen!) If, like me, you can't get enough of the syncing and the battling, be sure to also check out The Rock's rendition of "Shake It Off" and Emily Blunt's "No Diggity," which I have by now watched approximately a zillion times.

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  10. Cookie Monster Is Always Hangry in Sesame Street’s Avengers: Age of Ultron Parody

    You would like him when he's hangry.

    I hope today's kids appreciate just how much Sesame Street has been nailing it with parodies lately.

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  11. The Trailer for Disney’s Descendants Is Your Goth Teen Dream and/or Nightmare

    Mirror, mirror, on the wall, will this movie suck or enthral?

    The new Disney Channel Original Movie Descendants follows the teen kids of Disney's most infamous villains—Jafar, the Evil Queen, Cruella, and Maleficent—as they're sent away from home to a "preppy school" for the first time. If fourteen-year-old alt-kid me had seen this, I would have been all over it.

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  12. Hayley Atwell Speaks For Us All, Ships Peggy/Angie In Agent Carter

    Our ship has the best captain.

    Are you listening, ABC? Renew Agent Carter - and then give us the Peggy/Angie relationship we so rightly deserve. Unless you're a Peggy/Dottie shipper, in which case I am truly sorry for the above tweet.

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  13. Awesome Geek Girl Rocks Arrow Inspired Prom Dress

    Her outfit definitely hits the mark.

    When Danielle Taylor heard about the "Sweet Dreams (or Candy Land)" theme for her school's prom, she decided she wanted something a little more... heroic.

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  14. The Mary Sue Interview: M. Night Shyamalan and Matt Dillon Talk Wayward Pines

    The pines are not what they seem.

    If you're a fan of Twin Peaks, then M. Night Shyamalan definitely recommends checking out Wayward Pines.

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  15. Daredevil v Batman v Superman: Getting Angst Right in the Superhero Genre

    season 1 of Daredevil was released on Netflix and just about everyone—myself included—went wild for it. Yet, a mere eight days later, Zack Snyder released the teaser trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and the reaction has been laced with a heavy dose of, “Ugh, more brooding?” This begs the question, what did Daredevil do right and what is Batman v Superman doing (or rather predicted to do) wrong?

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  16. Steven Universe Recap: “Love Letters”

    Submitted for your approval, a letter. Its recipient, alien. Its contents, overwritten. Its packaging, flawless. You are now entering: The Drama Zone.

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  17. Raise Your Vikings Voices For “The Dead”

    What did you all think of the season finale of Vikings?

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  18. Daredevil’s Charlie Cox Spills Details About Season Two

    We're excited that there's gonna be a Daredevil Season Two, and so is Daredevil himself, Charlie Cox. In a recent interview, he dropped a couple of hints about the upcoming season, including when we can expect it to drop.

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  19. Neil deGrasse Tyson Answers Science’s Biggest Question: Who Would Win in a Fight? Batman or Superman?

    NERD.

    This Daily Show interview with Neil deGrasse Tyson is great for many reasons—not the least of which being Tyson's optimism about how the public is starting to care more about science and nerds inheriting the Earth. But, he also weighs in on his possible Batman v Superman involvement with a potentially mildly spoilery answer to which of those heroes would really win in a fight.

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  20. All About Arrow: “The Fallen”

    What did you folks think of last night's episode? Share your thoughts in the comments below, but beware of spoilers if you're behind!

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