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People love to poke fun at Gwyneth Paltrow and her scented-candle spirituality, but it turns out she already does that pretty well herself. In Web Therapy's season 4 premiere, Goop's lifestyle curator plays Maya Ganesh, a serenity-bell-ringing healer who consults Fiona (Lisa Kudrow) via Skype to treat her anger issues: She accidentally slashed her assistant's tires while trying to stab an evil entity. Paltrow might be too good at capturing guru-speak she begins the session by calling in the light (''Mother-father God: Asking for clearing?'') and tells Fiona about the wonders of a ''fecalist.'' But it's Kudrow who carries the episode, her discomfort increasing with every one of Maya's wackadoo mantras. When Maya suggests that Fiona speak at her healing center, assuring her, ''We pay our speakers,'' Fiona scrunches up her nose and replies, ''With soup?'' B+
Adam tells Barry that he can hack into the school's computers and change grades. I've heard this episode is a B A+ hey, cut that out, Adam!
In March, an amalgam of Lost (Henry Ian Cusick), Grey's Anatomy (Isaiah Washington), and Battlestar Galactica vets and the requisite beautiful CW newbies quietly launched this space-to-postapocalyptic-Earth series. Season 2 begins with one man left in space, everyone else on Earth, and some under Earth. The splintered story lines only add to the show's depth; it's all handled like a frenzied version of The Walking Dead's season 4, with each group getting separate attention. The much-mentioned (and briefly glimpsed) Mount Weather is fully revealed, and it's as epic and weird as you'd imagine. There's blood, drama, and edge-of-your-seat action no zombies necessary. A-
A man is convinced his wife is having an affair with a dog. But will he catch them shagging?