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TV Rundown: March 22 - 27 | Diggle to the Rescue on 'Arrow', 'The Flash' Hits Reset & 'Pretty Little Liars' Names A

Arrow | Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Fool me three times and it’s time to take a major step back. In “Suicidal Tendencies”, newlyweds Diggle and Lyla spent their honeymoon with the Suicide Squad on a covert op to save a government official they believed was being held hostage.

As it turns out he was the big bad mastermind behind it all. This would have been a shocking twist had this not have been the outcome in every other operation Diggle has been sent on. It has reached predictable proportions now.

Eclectic Pop News | 2nd Guest Spot on War Machine vs. War Horse: Johnny Depp Edition

I recently had the pleasure of once again guesting on the fantastic movie-centric podcast, War Machine vs. War Horse. If you are a movie fan in search of a podcast filled with hilarious banter and a thought provoking examination of film, this is the podcast for you. In each episode, the show opens with the discussion of a new or recent release.

Afterwards talk turns to two older releases that share a similar theme. The strands of similarity can span from the movie’s premise to the actor starring in it. They then debate, which movie superiorly handled the subject of its critique.

Let's Talk About: Manners at Movies And Concerts

It has become an epidemic. A scourge for those hoping to enjoy any pop culture event. There is a reason people are going to the theater less and waiting for a movie or concert to come to DVD. The answer rests with a segment of people who are disrupting the experience for everyone, and nothing is being done about it.

The Top 5 Reasons to See 'Insurgent'

#5: Tris is a Great Heroine

When it comes to having a heroine who is tough, courageous, passionate, brave and romantic; the “Divergent” series’ Tris dominates her genre competition. As a renegade fighting a totalitarian government, she is reasonably hesitant and outright determined.

What the first movie managed to capture was an ordinary girl thrust into extraordinary circumstances, coming to grips with her destiny and finding her place in the world. Shailene Woodley’s natural screen presence and vivid performance conjured a heroine that’s equal parts vulnerable, fierce, fun and relatable.

TV Rundown: March 8 - 13 | Part 2: Romances are Torn Apart on 'Reign' & 'Vikings' Shocks

Reign | “Tasting Revenge” was an episode filled with relationship turmoil, as some couples came together and others broke apart. First off there was the dissolution of Frary. Despite a beyond noble gesture from Francis; Mary remained obstinate in her choice to be with Conde. There are so many troubling elements to this storyline and the main problem with it is that Mary has come across rather negatively in it. While it’s understandable that she is not herself given the trauma she is recovering from, who she has chosen to rely on is entirely irresponsible.

TV Rundown: March 8 - 13 | Part 1: 'Bates Motel' Re-Opens & 'Pretty Little Liars' Teases Its Big Reveal

Bates Motel | The season premiere of A&E’s “Psycho” prequel got off to another marvelous start. Sowing the seeds for the coming drama came in subtle strokes that pushed the overall story forward, while giving due to its smaller facets.

Norma learned of her mother’s death, Norman decided on an alternate route for his education, Dylan attempted to wrangle his estranged father/uncle, Emma revealed her troubling prognosis and the Bates Motel welcomed a mysterious new guest.

TV Rundown: Soap Edition | Burning Questions Consume 'General Hospital' & 'Bold & the Beautiful'

General Hospital | The custody battle for adorable baby Avery, took center stage last week and the power struggle hit critical mass when Michael was awarded custody over Sonny. It’s a poetic twist; the show has been smartly lying the groundwork for, for over a year. As delicious as long time viewers and Quartermaine fans have found it to be, the on-screen viewpoint that opposes Michael’s behavior has been so disproportionately negative, it’s tough to take recent events as a victory. It’s not reasonable that so many of PC’s citizens would be backing the mob don over Michael. Michael is the clearly injured party here, not Sonny.

The 3 Major Takeaways from the 2015 Oscars & What They Could Mean for Next Year's

It’s been a couple of weeks since Hollywood’s biggest night and as crazy as it seems, all of those months of anticipation and focus have already shifted to next year’s potential frontrunners. With that in mind, Eclectic Pop dissects the 3 major takeaways from this year’s Oscars and the impact it could have on the next…