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Entertainment Weekly February 1, 2019

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sound bites

“No disobedience, no drugs, and no sex.”—Saya (Lana Condor), explaining the rules at her school for assassins, on Deadly Class“We find ways around the last one.”—Maria (María Gabriela de Faría)“If this van’s a-rockin’, my ex-wife’s a-lockin’…me…out of her house.”—Hitchcock (Dirk Blocker), showing off his creepy van, on Brooklyn Nine-Nine“My agent says I have to lose 160 pounds before I can audition for a reboot of Webster, but the diet starts Monday!”—Titus (Tituss Burgess), delaying the unlikely, on Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt“Now if you’ll excuse me, I’ma go put the brother in Lehman Brothers.”—Maurice (Don Cheadle), heading for a meeting on Wall Street, on Black Monday“Did you know that photos could be on paper?… It’s insane.”—Sophie (Marlow Barkley), expressing disbelief at pre-2010s photo practices, on Single Parents“Have you ever been to a…

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the must list

TV1 UNBREAKABLE KIMMY SCHMIDTIn the final stretch of episodes of the rambunctious sitcom, the unshakable spirit of Kimmy (and her friends) is back with one last-ditch attempt at bettering the world—or, at the very least, the future generation. (Netflix, Jan. 25)Q +AJANE KRAKOWSKIThe actress, 50—who plays socialite Jacqueline—selects her series highlights with EW’s Ruth KinaneWhat was your initial reaction to being offered this role?I got a quick email from [co-creator] Tina [Fey] saying, “Hey, would you like to be on our new show?” I literally just wrote back “Yes!” and pressed send with no details. My agent and business manager were not too thrilled, but it was an instant yes from me. It’s so my sense of humor.What’ll you miss most about Jacqueline?There were just so many great lines that…

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entertaining weekly

VALENTINE’S DAY SPECIALTHE FOODCHOC-FULL O’ LOVEThe perfect Valentine’s Day sweet for your sweets? These heart-shaped whoopie pies from YouTube star Rosanna Pansino.INGREDIENTSCHOCOLATE COOKIES:⅔ cup unsweetened almond milk½ tsp. fresh lemon juice1½ cups all-purpose flour5 tbsp. unsweetened cocoa powder¾ tsp. baking soda¾ tsp. baking powder⅔ cup vegetable oil½ cup granulated sugar1 tsp. vanilla extractCARAMEL FILLING:¾ cup vegan caramel sauce8 tbsp. vegetable shortening4 tsp. vegan butter, at room temperature1 tsp. vanilla extract3–4 cups powdered sugar1 Preheat the oven to 350°F. Line two baking sheets with parchment paper.2 In a small bowl, whisk together the almond milk and lemon juice. Allow the mixture to curdle, about 10 minutes.3 In a medium bowl, whisk together the flour, cocoa powder, baking soda, and baking powder.4 Whisk the oil, sugar, and 1 teaspoon vanilla into the…

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beauty hunter

LIP SERVICEThe biggest beauty trend on TV right now? Stars are kissing up to the statement lip. Here are our favorite looks, plus the perfect products to re-create them.THE CORAL LIPRACHEL BROSNAHANThe Marvelous Mrs. Maisel“In summertime back in the late ’50s, [beauty] was more playful,” says Maisel’s makeup head Patricia Regan. “Coral was a big summer color.” For Midge’s trip to the Catskills, Regan used a Rituals lipstick. It’s no longer available, but Revlon has a similar shade. Super Lustrous Lipstick in Lovers Coral, $5; target.comTHE CLASSIC RED LIPMADELAINE PETSCHRiverdaleThough Cheryl Blossom has worn darker tints on occasion, Petsch herself has said that the character’s signature scarlet pout is the work of Lime Crime’s highly pigmented liquid lipstick. Matte Velvetine in Red Velvet, $20; limecrime.comTHE BURGUNDY LIPTAYLOR SWIFTThe Reputation Stadium…

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the streaming effect

COULD NETFLIX REALLY BE TELEVISION’S FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH? The possibility is worth considering thanks to YOU: According to the streamer, which added the freshman drama to its library in late December, the show is on track to have 40 million subscriber views in its first month. That’s pretty stunning when you consider that the series averaged 1.1 million viewers a week when it aired from September through November on Lifetime.Given that YOU is executive-produced by Greg Berlanti (Riverdale, Supergirl), stars Penn Badgley in a role that’s drawn comparisons to his Gossip Girl character, and is based on Caroline Kepnes’ best-selling novel, the series—a twisted and subversive drama chronicling the doomed romance between bookseller/stalker Joe (Badgley) and writer/stalkee Beck (Elizabeth Lail)—was one of fall’s most anticipated new shows. Lifetime even ordered…

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ew is headed to atlanta!

SIX YEARS AGO, THE SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART AND Design (SCAD) launched aTVfest, Atlanta’s only TV festival attracting industry-leading producers, directors, writers, and actors to SCAD’s campus in midtown Atlanta—and this year EW is getting in on the action as the event’s first-ever media partner. Here’s what attendees can look forward to at the seventh iteration. (And if you can’t attend, be sure to check out for continuous coverage, as well as exclusive photos and videos.)THURSDAY, FEB. 7I’M SORRYPanelists: star and executive producer Andrea Savage; actor Gary Anthony Williams; and executive producer Joey SlamonSavage mines her real experiences for comedy gold on this sophomore slice-of-life series (Wednesdays at 10 p.m. on TruTV) that chronicles the day-to-day of a screenwriter muddling through awkward moments with the help of her husband…