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This Game of Thrones episode, titled "Beyond the Wall," gives us our biggest battle with the Army of the Dead to date! Daenerys says it best when she says you have to see it to believe it. The White Walkers are a formidable foe.

Jon and the gang go on their mission to capture a wight to prove to Cersei that the threat is real during "Beyond the Wall." Of course, things are never easy on Game of Thrones, and the Army of the Dead quickly surrounds them and a brutal battle ensues. And after seeing that battle, there's no denying the threat is real. But is the fight hopeless? Jon and the others barely survive the battle. And that's before an undead dragon joins the mix.
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A firm date is now in sight for the end of Teen Wolf. The series will come to a close on September 24 with a super-sized episode. With a big of chunk of the final 10 episodes still to go, though, things are about to get much crazier. 

MTV will be bunching up episodes, making two-parters out of episodes that were not necessarily meant to be two-parters. The first pair of episodes getting this treatment is "Face-to-Faceless" and "Pressure Test." Why the network didn't do this with the first few episodes, which were all build-up, is anyone's guess, but at least "Face-to-Faceless" and "Pressure Test" are one of the better episodes of the season thus far.
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Going into "The Return, Part 15," , we've got a whole lot of unanswered questions, including what, if anything, is going to snap Dougie-Coop out of his stupor. Season 3 of Twin Peaks has weaved a complex tapestry of inept hitmen, only slightly less inept cops, drug dealers, dirty deputies, cherry pie, ancient symbols of evil, lots of electrical humming, red balloons, doppelgangers, alternate dimensions, muddy timelines, assorted numbers with special significance, bungled assassination attempts, countless Easter eggs, even more red herrings, a zombie, drug cartels, gangsters, a golden shit shovel, a killer alien, foreboding dreams, body parts that don't match the time of death, a mysterious billionaire, the Black Lodge, the White Lodge, the Fireman, a small town with a big drug and prostitution problem, missing members of a supernatural task force and a whole lot of other components that haven't quite come together.

We're still waiting and wondering and prophesying how all of this harkens back to Laura Palmer, who is at the epicenter of it all. So let's jump in and see what David Lynch throws at us in this episode, which may answer some questions while posing a whole bunch of new ones.
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Paul is going to win Big Brother 19. If you don't see that, you must be one of the HGs inside the house, because it's becoming more obvious every week that he has total control over the game and all of these people are going to follow him and do whatever he says. In this episode Paul gives the HoH to Christmas so she can do his bidding. He's so powerful that even the obvious target decides to use a new twist to help Paul.
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The slow march to the finale of Big Brother 19 has begun after the double eviction. With the house seemingly unified, it's hard to imagine a scenario where Paul doesn't win. Will this week change anything or keep the status quo?

SPOILER WARNING: This article contains Big Brother 19 spoilers.
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After the double eviction, only nine HGs remain on Big Brother 19 and we're less than five weeks away from the finale. Will they start thinking about the endgame and take out the biggest threats, or will Paul's minions take control and do his bidding yet again?

SPOILER WARNING: This article contains Big Brother 19 spoilers.
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