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Southland -- "U-Boat" problem

The episode stopped before the end and I can not find a way to get to the conclusion. It stopped just as Ben hit the rapist and the cops pulled him off. How can I get to the rest of the show? I missed it on TV on Tuesday, really love the show and really want to know the ending. Also can not find a way to communicate with Fox to let them know of the problem. Can anyone help me here? Thanx in advance for your help

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Thursday's Premieres: Save 'Em or Sink 'Em? - Featured

Last night gave us the premieres of not one or two, but 3 new programs! On NBC we saw the premiere of Amy Poehler's new sitcom, Parks & Recreation . Originally thought to be a spinoff of The Office , the show later evolved into its own series (from the producers of The Office) that still resembled The Office in its mocumentary style. So...did it do it for you? Was it too similar to The Office , but not as funny? Premiering in ER 's old time slot was new cop drama Southland about inner city LA. I am not going to lie...I was mainly excited about this one to see Benjamin McKenzie ( The O.C. ) back on TV. So...this was the second new police series to premiere on TV this week ( The Unusuals bowing Wednesday on ABC); did you like it? Finally, island murder mystery series Harper's Island premiered on CBS. If nothing else, this show is an interesting concept in that it's a limited run series consisting of 13 episodes...where someone dies each week. So...which of these new series did you like? Hate? Didn't watch 'em? Discuss!

Battle of the Mid-Mid Season Shows: Which Will Get the Axe First? - Featured

TV Land is different these days. There's not just one midseason (where new shows are launched around January or February), but two, where a second wave of new shows are launched in March and April. Near the beginning of March we saw the premiere of NBC's reality-themed food show, Chopping Block , as well as new cop dramedy Castle (starring the always adorable Nathan Fillion). Just last week, we saw the debut of new sitcoms Party Down (on Starz) and Better Off Ted (on ABC) and new drama Kings on NBC. Tonight is the launch of another new ABC sitcom, In the Motherhood and in the coming weeks we'll be seeing the premieres of: Cupid - March 31st on ABC (ABC now has the first 10 minutes available for preview) Surviving Suburbia - April 6th on ABC The Unusuals - April 8th on ABC Southland - April 9th on NBC Parks & Recreation - April 9th on NBC Harper's Island - April 19th on CBS Sit Down, Shut Up - April 19th on FOX Of the shows that have already premiered, Castle 's been doing alright in the ratings, but Chopping Block , Better Off Ted and Kings have been getting crushed. Thus, of the mid-mid season shows, which one do you think will get the axe first? One of the shows that has already premiered? One of the upcoming premieres (does anybody really care about Surviving Suburbia )? Discuss! Update: And the winner is...Chopping Block! ( Source ) So now we're going for 2nd place...