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Queen Sugar Recap: Betting the Farm

I love it when a television show is so in tune with its audience, it can immediately address criticism as it develops. In last week's episode, Charley said some awfully narrow-minded things about sex workers when she confronted Melina, but in "As Promised," she acknowledges how terribly she's acted. We ... More »
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