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New St. Vincent track premieres on Girls, leaks online

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A previously unreleased St. Vincent track, “Teenage Talk,” debuted at the end of the March 8 episode of Girls, and while the song is not officially released, it has now surfaced online. The rhythmic, mid-tempo track focuses more on St. Vincent’s haunting voice than the electronic beats to which the artist has recently adhered.

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TV Jukebox: 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,' 'Togetherness,' 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' and more of the week's best music-on-TV moments

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Have you found yourself wondering, “What’s that song?” while watching your favorite TV shows? We’re here to tell you. (Warning for those still catching up on DVR: Spoilers ahead.)

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Casting the parents: How 5 TV comedies met their mothers (and fathers!)

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There’s no perfect time to introduce a TV character’s parents. Friends did it for Ross and Monica in the second episode ever; Glee just did it for Blaine with five episodes to go before the finale. But five of EW’s favorite TV comedies have brought parents into the fold this past season—and the results have been more than relatively entertaining.

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TV Jukebox: Parks and Recreation, The Vampire Diaries, and more

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Have you found yourself wondering, “What’s that song?” while watching your favorite TV shows? We’re here to tell you. (Warning for those still catching up on DVR: Spoilers ahead.)

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This week in Soundbites: Kanye West, Scandal, Girls, and more

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Each week, EW puts together some of the best soundbites from your favorite films, television series, and pop culture moments. 

This week features Kanye West’s post-Grammy interview about that (a-hem) interruption, what SNL’s Aidy Bryant would use for her Real Housewives tagline, and why Chelsea Clinton is Shoshanna’s (Girls) hero. Here are the moments of the week that caught our attention from Empire, About a Boy, and more. 

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Sparse movie and TV offerings leave entertainment fans idle

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Sparse movie and TV offerings leave entertainment fans idle

So you didn’t make it onto ”Who Wants to Be a Millionaire,” you’ve accepted that even if you see it four times, you still won’t be able to figure out the last scene of ”Blair Witch,” and you’d rather clean your closets than read about Princess Di’s bipolar disorder.

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