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We get more of Trick’s backstory when he goes into a trance this week on ‘Lost Girl.’ Also, we discover that Bo is in fact destined to play a big role in the coming war. And, hey, the snappy dialogue is back, so it’s a great episode!
Baseball led the way on broadcast and cable last week, taking a bit of the shine off of premieres for ‘The Closer’, ‘Perception’, ‘Covert Affairs’, ‘White Collar’, and ‘NY Med’.
This week on ‘Lost Girl’, Bo has a birthday, but instead of just receiving presents, she gives up a lot to make sure Lauren can be with Nadia. Self-sacrifice seems like a theme this season — how much will Bo have to give up before it’s all over?
A slow holiday week was headlined by gymnasts making a case to go to London on the broadcast networks. On cable, Showtime had premieres for ‘Weeds’ and ‘Episodes’ as Charlie Sheen took a big drop, but the big numbers were for the ‘BET Awards’.
This week on ‘Lost Girl,’ a fae serial killer is on the loose, but that plot turns out to be less interesting than it first seems. Meanwhile, Dyson-Ciara-Bo is looking like an official triangle, and Lauren gets into serious hot water with The Ash.
FX had the big story on cable with the premiere of Charlie Sheen’s ‘Anger Management’, but it was surprisingly upstaged in the viewer department by ‘Good Luck Charlie’. On the broadcast networks, NBC got the Olympic machine fired up a little early.
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