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Question: My question is about the new Joss Whedon show that has one of the most convoluted names I've ever heard: Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. I am a Whedon fan to the max, having watched every episode of every TV (and Internet) show he has ever done, and enjoyed them thoroughly. I am not, however, a moviegoer nor a comic book reader. I cannot remember the last theatrical production I've seen, and the only comics I read are the Buffy/Angel follow-ups. And that leaves me concerned about S.H.I.E.L.D. Every article I read, and even the just-released preview, mentions events that happened/people who existed in one or more theatrical movies, and many articles mention future movies that will tie into the events on the show. Since I never watched those movies — and most likely won't watch the future movies — am I going to be totally lost when the television show premieres?
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[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers about the Suits Season 3 premiere. Read at your own risk.]
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[WARNING: The following contains spoilers from the Season 2 finale of Suits. Read at your own risk.]
With a potential merger in the woks at Pearson Hardman (or rather, just Pearson for now), tensions are running high on the Suits Season 2 finale, and perhaps no one is more perturbed than Louis.
On Thursday's episode (10/9c, USA), Louis (Rick Hoffman) will meet his British equivalent, Nigel Nesbitt (guest star Adam Godley), as the British firm prepares to make ...