You can now watch some Netflix shows offline, making that long flight or that visit to Grandma’s house a little more bearable.

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‘Married to Medicine: Houston’: Apolo-gee whiz

Married to Medicine: Houston
“Sorry Not Sorry”
November 25, 2016

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I’m not saying that CBS debuting a new ‘Running Man’-like reality show 2 days after the inauguration means anything, but I’m not saying it doesn’t, either.

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‘Supernatural’: I guess you’re just gonna have to wait

Supernatural
“Celebrating the Life of Asa Fox”
November 17, 2016

EMERSON, MANITOBA 1980

A boy runs through the woods. He steals quick glances over his shoulder, checking the distance between him and the dark figure pursuing him. The boy trips over a log and sprawls onto the ground. The werewolf hauls him up and pins him against a tree. Just as the monster is about rip the boy’s fool heart out of his chest a shot rings out. The boy’s face is spattered with blood.

Mary Winchester lowers the still smoking sawed off.

She drives the boy home in her sapphire blue Mustang. Cheeky Show. Mary tells Asa he’s going to be fine. And that the thing that attacked him was a werewolf. One that she’d been tracking for a long time. She casually says they had history. And that with the exception of the odd loose end, she’s officially retired from hunting.

“But if you retire, who is going to save people like me?”

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The ‘Westworld’ season finale, ‘Top Chef,’ ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas,’ and a whole lot of other things you don’t want to miss this week on television.

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Let’s ease back into this work week by talking about ‘Gilmore Girls’ and vampires instead of doing any real work.

Good morning and welcome back!¬†While you were good and didn’t go online over the holiday, I was busy catching up with American Horror Story (“Chapter 9” and “Chapter 10”) and The Walking Dead (“Service” and “Go Getters”), in case you want to avoid doing any real work this morning.

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