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Vida: Season 2, Episode 7 – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)

As Emma deals with Lyn’s betrayal, Marisol and Eddy are trying to handle being rejected by their assumed family.
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Vida: Season 2, Episode 6 – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)

The s*** hits the fan and may drive Emma to a panic attack.
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Vida: Season 2, Episode 5 – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)

As more is taken from Eddy and Emma’s memories, one can only hope they realize it is lightening their cross to bear.
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Vida: Season 2, Episode 4 – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)

In a rather emotional episode, Mari makes a mistake with Eddy and Emma has a bit of an emotional awakening.
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Vida: Season 2, Episode 3 – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)

As Emma starts thinking about how life can be now that she left Chicago, she comes to some decisions. Of which some don’t make Lyn too happy as she struggles with life.
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Vida: Season 2, Episode 2 – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)

As Emma slowly removes the stick out of her bum, Marisol is dealing with some interesting developments.
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The Chi: Season 2, Episode 7 “Blind Eye” – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)

Alongside venturing into Detective Cruz’s past, part Detective Toussaint’s is revealed, and Jerrika makes a big move. As does Douda to make sure Brandon becomes a fat fish.
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Vida: Season 2, Episode 1 [Season Premiere] – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)

As Emma decides to double down on the bar, many question if there is still time to turn their lives around.
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Wanda Sykes: Not Normal – Summary, Review (with Spoilers)

Once Sykes gets past the obligatory Trump commentary, she finds a really good groove. But does she make this feel like a special?
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Live in Front of a Studio Audience: Norman Lear’s “All in the Family” and...

Live in Front of a Studio Audience: Norman Lear's "All in the Family" and "The Jeffersons," brings on the nostalgia and, for the most part, revives the spirit of the source material.
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