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As Trig struggles with Jake and Imani to a certain degree, Kiesha missing for nearly three days brings high-level anxiety to her family.
"Sing 'Yesterday' For Me" does well in the beginning, but as time goes on, its pacing starts to dismantle its highlights.
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By the time this episode is over, you will be scrounging social media to see if it has been renewed or for hints of what is coming next.
In "Intergalactic," things get a little nasty between the judges, for a hot minute, but everyone tries to keep it cute.
Old faces reappear, and some are dismissed in the premiere of Greenleaf's final season.
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"Eric Andre: Legalize Everything" is pure and utter shock value that, if your tolerance is high, your laughs might be low.
"I May Destroy You" ventures into dangerous territory as it exhibits a false rape accusation.
What constitutes as rape, be it heterosexual or homosexual sex is the focus as Arabella and Kwame story as they try to speak their truth.
Shuichi's past, as well as Elena's and their friends, is revealed – thus answering a handful of questions.