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Empire - Season 2 Episode 06: A High Hope for a Low Heaven

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There is a connivance to seize control of the company, meanwhile Eddie Barker assist Lucious in the studio and with the look of things he should be out of prison in no time.
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Craig Jenkins
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November 05, 2015

Hakeem's unearned bravado frequently makes him insufferable, so the vulnerability he radiates throughout the crisis and its aftermath is rewarding, whetever the cost, though he still manages to treat his family poorly throughout.
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Phoebe Robinson
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November 05, 2015

Suffice it to say that "A High Hope for a Low Heaven" was another top-notch episode.
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Whitney Evans
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November 05, 2015

This was far from my favorite Empire, but there was still a lot to like.
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Robert Bianco
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November 06, 2015

And yet for all of its issues - which include wasting time on guests that would be better spent nurturing some of the struggling young cast members - there are pleasures here that can't be matched elsewhere.
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Micaela Hood
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November 05, 2015

An unusually frightful mama Lyon sees markings on his back. But baby Lyon is playing tough even when dad says "what happen to you is my worst nightmare." "Can't be worse than than being your son," Hakeem says. Mic drop.
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Melissa Maerz
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November 05, 2015

Once again, this week's episode sets up a major dramatic arc with a lot of potential -- only to watch the writers forget about the whole story line just a few minutes later, when they're distracted by another crazy twist.
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Lauren Chval
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November 05, 2015

"A High Hope for Low Heaven" had too many problems to redeem.
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Joshua Alston
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November 05, 2015

Like many successful pop songs, Empire has a great beat and terrible lyrics. Unlike most successful pop songs, its tempo is completely out of whack, and it's glaringly obvious.
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Spencer Kornhaber
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November 05, 2015

The youngest Lyon spent the rest of the hour struggling psychologically, undergoing a crisis of masculinity that can be added to the list of Empire's provocative storylines related to gender.
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Brooke Pawling Stennett
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November 05, 2015

After a brief hiatus, Empire has returned with even more jaw dropping moments for the audience in tonight's show.
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