<p>Shirley (Yvette Nicole Brown)&nbsp;and Andre (Malcolm-Jamal Warner)&nbsp;share a moment on &quot;Community.&quot;</p>

Shirley (Yvette Nicole Brown) and Andre (Malcolm-Jamal Warner) share a moment on "Community."

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'Community' - 'Urban Matrimony and the Sandwich Arts': The new normal

Shirley has decisions to make, and Troy and Abed try to de-whimsify

A review of tonight's "Community" coming up just as soon as I convince you that turtlenecks are made of turtle's necks...

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<p>Can &quot;Sons of Anarchy&quot;&nbsp;keep powering through Hulu's Best in Show with a little help from Kurt Sutter?</p>

Can "Sons of Anarchy" keep powering through Hulu's Best in Show with a little help from Kurt Sutter?

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Hulu's Best in Show moves into round 2

How to choose between 'Community' and 'Parks and Recreation'? And will showrunners again make a difference?

The real March Madness begins today, while Hulu's Best in Show competition has already moved into its second round, with me once again serving as guest judge.

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<p>The &quot;Happy Endings&quot;&nbsp;gang flashes back to one of many Penny birthdays gone awry.</p>

The "Happy Endings" gang flashes back to one of many Penny birthdays gone awry.

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'Happy Endings' - 'Party of Six': Reverse the curse!

The gang celebrates Penny's birthday in a series highlight

A quick review of last night's "Happy Endings" coming up just as soon as I make a straw harpoon...

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<p>&quot;Community&quot;&nbsp;friends Troy (Donald Glover)&nbsp;and Abed (Danny Pudi)&nbsp;aren't always so good at being normal.</p>

"Community" friends Troy (Donald Glover) and Abed (Danny Pudi) aren't always so good at being normal.

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Review: 'Community' tries to be 'normal' in its return from hiatus

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After a long mid-season hiatus, "Community" returns to NBC's lineup tonight at 8 with an episode that's almost aggressively normal.
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<p>Joan Allen, Dustin Hoffman, John Ortiz and Dennis Farina in &quot;Luck.&quot;</p>

Joan Allen, Dustin Hoffman, John Ortiz and Dennis Farina in "Luck."

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Some thoughts on the 'Luck' cancellation

Equine tragedy got in the way of David Milch's dream project about horse racing

I've known David Milch for almost 16 years, and I have never seen him more animated or excited than the day we met, when at the tail end of an interview about "NYPD Blue," he smiled and said, "You should come to the track with me." I was a 22-year-old newspaper intern; he was the Emmy-winning creator of my favorite TV show. I went to the track. And over the course of an afternoon, Milch regaled me and "NYPD" writer David Mills with stories about a lifetime of watching horse racing. He even offered to cut us in on his winnings if a horse he had bet on came in; I was still new at the newspaper thing and trying to figure out the ethical implications when the horse did me a favor and finished out of the money. Mills and I occasionally talked about that day in the years that followed, and Mills was convinced that one day, when Milch had amassed enough credit in the TV business, he was going to spend it by combining his two passions to make a drama about life at the track.

So "Luck" as an idea has been in my consciousness for a very long time, which is why I'm having trouble processing the news that HBO has canceled the series after a third horse died during filming, early in production of the second season.

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<p>Joel Kinnaman and Mireille Enos in &quot;The Killing.&quot;</p>

Joel Kinnaman and Mireille Enos in "The Killing."

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'The Killing,' social media, and the problems mysteries have in a Twitter age

Can Twitter ruin all surprises? And should Veena Sud be reading online feedback?

You may recall that when "The Killing" finale aired, I didn't mince words in my review, saying that "This will be the last review I write of 'The Killing,' because this will be the last time I watch 'The Killing.'"

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<p>Schmidt (Max Greenfield)&nbsp;tries on a new persona on &quot;New Girl.&quot;</p>

Schmidt (Max Greenfield) tries on a new persona on "New Girl."

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'New Girl' - 'Control': The little-nipped drummer boy

Jess gets Schmidt to relax, with disastrous consequences

A review of last night's "New Girl" coming up just as soon as I reinstate my ban on high-waisted shorts...

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<p>&quot;Mad Men&quot;&nbsp;star Jon Hamm looking sheepish next to January Jones at PaleyFest.</p>

"Mad Men" star Jon Hamm looking sheepish next to January Jones at PaleyFest.

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'Mad Men' comes to PaleyFest to talk happiness, douchebags and the endgame

Few hints about season 5, but lots of reflection on what's come before

"Mad Men" finally returns to television next Sunday, March 25 at 9 p.m., but because creator Matthew Weiner is so paranoid about spoilers (and has a much broader definition of the concept than almost any other showrunner), the "Mad Men" panel at PaleyFest spent virtually the entire time looking back, not forward. Fans got to watch last season's finale, "Tomorrowland," and though moderator Elvis Mitchell tried to prod Weiner for a few details about the upcoming season, the biggest tidbit the show's creator revealed is that (spoiler alert!) Lane Pryce will become a Mets fan.

But with almost the full cast on-hand (Elisabeth Moss and Christina Hendricks had other commitments), there was plenty of time to reflect on where we left the characters when "Tomorrowland" aired 17 months ago, to learn a bit about how the actors see their Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce alter egos, and to get a few amusing anecdotes along the way. Among the highlights:

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<p>On &quot;Justified,&quot;&nbsp;Boyd (Walton Goggins)&nbsp;wants YOU&nbsp;to join the Army. Or something like that.</p>

On "Justified," Boyd (Walton Goggins) wants YOU to join the Army. Or something like that.

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'Justified' - 'Loose Ends': Mine over matter

Raylan goes Quarles hunting, Boyd gives a speech and Ava ponders a career change

A review of tonight's "Justified" coming up just as soon as I invite you up here to discuss the sociology of baked goods...

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<p>Christa Miller and Sarah Chalke reunited on &quot;Cougar Town.&quot;</p>

Christa Miller and Sarah Chalke reunited on "Cougar Town."

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'Cougar Town' - 'A One Story Town': The kiss the girl gambit

Half the 'Scrubs' cast reunites, and the rest of the episode's terrific, too

A review of tonight's "Cougar Town" coming up just as soon as part of my fantasy involves bragging...

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