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''W...T...F...'' is all judge Nina Garcia can say about a particularly disastrous runway look in the premiere of the reality show's 13th season. And that's all we can say about some of the designers, a lineup that includes aging German club kid Fäde and jean-shorted Florida boy Mitchell, who seems to have been cast to deliver his Christian Siriano-wannabe catchphrase, ''Oh, snap!'' There are a handful of designers who look promising such as Sandhya Garg, with her avant-garde Indian-inspired fashions yet after so many years, Runway has become much like your favorite sweatpants. It's soothingly comfortable but not something you put on when you have guests. B-
The remaining two contestants duke it out for the grand prize of getting a job with Gordon Ramsay. What does the loser get? Two jobs with Gordon Ramsay? Relax, we're just having fun here.
If your top six celebrities are Seth Green, Monica Potter, Jenna Elfman, Dave Foley, Michael Ealy, and Katy Mixon, then prepare to be happy. (Also, who are you? You sound fascinating!)
Daniel realizes he's lost all credibility in the banking industry. And the difference between him and everyone else who works in the banking industry is...?
''Who do you trust?'' intones Maggie Gyllenhaal's British-born, Israeli-passport-carrying businesswoman Nessa Stein at the start of this stylish, complex thriller. It's a good question given the seen-in-flashback murder of her father following that query and the present-day death of a Palestinian man to whom she has gifted a huge contract. How are these events connected? This eight-episode-long miniseries is in no rush to provide an answer. But having seen the first four shows, we can confirm that it boasts a string of crackerjack performances from the likes of Stephen Rea as a hangdog spy, Janet McTeer as his spook boss, Lubna Azabal as the housekeeper of Nessa's brother (Andrew Buchan), and Gyllenhaal herself. We trust it will all make sense in the end. B+
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