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TV Club: Simmering resentments ignite an excellent Halt And Catch Fire

Halt And Catch Fire became a better show when the people behind it realized that Donna and Cameron’s relationship was the heart of the series. But, as compelling and downright heartwarming as the friendship between these two women has been, it’s also complicated. Not all opposites are bound together by their inevitable sparring, and not all opposing parts are complimentary.
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