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On the subject of others, that gaggle of returnees L�na stumbled upon in the closing moments promises to up next week's undead quota. With the power out for good, the town dividing itself into protective groups, and a herd of dead-os wiping the American Diner out of food (what are the odds the otherwise absent Madame Costa is not only amongst them, but the source of that plan?), The Returned is beginning to feel more like a generic zombie thriller than ever.
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Don't misunderstand me, The Returned is still the best thing on TV at the moment (and surely the only one with such a simultaneously dirty yet philosophical mind � it was wangs, nipples, and existential mysteries galore this week). It's just so good, it's taught us to expect a great deal, perhaps more than it can deliver.