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TV Showcase #113: Girls #29: Flo

Flo, the 9th episode of season 3 and the 29th overall episode, was first broadcasted on March 2, 2014 with a script by Bruce Eric Kaplan and directed by Richard Shepherd. Hannah learns that her maternal grandmother Flo (June Squibb)

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TV Showcase #112: Halt & Catch Fire #8: The 214s

The 214s, the 8th episode of Halt & Catch Fire, was first broadcasted on July 20, 2014 with a script by Davhi Waller & Zack Whedon and directed by Daisy von Scherler Mayer. As Cardiff Electric makes preparations for COMDEX,

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TV Showcase #111: Mad Men #28: Love Among The Ruins

Love Among The Ruins, the 28th episode of Mad Men and the 2nd episode of season three, was first broadcasted on August 28, 2009 with a script by Cathryn Humphris and Matthew Weiner and directed by Lesli Linka Glatter. Sterling

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TV Showcase #110: Veep #12: The Vic Allen Dinner

The Vic Allen Dinner, the 12th episode of Veep, was broadcasted on May 5, 2013 with a script by Simon Blackwell & Armando Iannucci and directed by Chris Addison. Selina is rankled when the White House releases an unflattering photo

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TV Showcase #109: Girls #28: Incidentals

Incidentals, the 28th episode of Girls, was first broadcasted on February 23, 2014 with a script by Lena Dunham & Sarah Hayward and directed by Richard Shepherd. Adam’s Broadway callback for Major Barbara is successful, but Hannah worries that he

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TV Showcase #108: Halt & Catch Fire #7: Giant

Giant, the 7th episode of Halt & Catch Fire, was first broadcasted on July 13, 2014 with a script by Jamie Pachino and directed by Jon Amiel. Bosworth learns that the PC division is almost out of money. During a

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TV Showcase #107: Mad Men #27: Out Of Town

Out Of Town is the third season opener for Mad Men and the 27th episode, first broadcasted on August 16, 2009 with a script by Matthew Weiner and directed by Phil Abraham. It’s early 1963. In the aftermath of Sterling

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