Do you ever wonder how much of what happens on reality shows was arranged by the producers? Take last night's episode of The Bachelorette. Instead of telling Jillian the truth about Wes and his girlfriend before he's kicked off the show, Jake waits and comes back after making him look like a jealous, jilted lover. Wes denies the charges of course, saying he and his gal are just pals and who can say that's not true. Has anyone seen them together, romantically, since the competition began? Apparently not or the producers would have sent that clip straight to Jake's iPhone. So who gets eliminated at The Bachelorette rose ceremony? Not Wes. Insert sound of thousands of people screaming at their TV right here.
Last night ABC Family had another new episode of Make it or Break it. I'm still enjoying this show though it is so uneven in spots. I'm also surprised by how much time is being spent on the adult characters. Lauren's dad is in a secret relationship with his assistant. Kaylie's mom is having an affair with the coach and now it looks like he's going to return to The Rock risking exposure. Emily's mom is beginning to grate on me but sweet Zach Abel makes up for it with his screen time. I'll be tuning in next week, for sure.
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Last week, supermodel Joanna Krupa and her partner football star Terrell Owens were the first to go home. Joanna was mad as a hatter but maybe she'll cool off when she sees what she won't have to go through tonight. First the teams will have to run a relay race through deep Bahamian sand, then it's the long jump -- over a lagoon. Everybody into the pool!
Watch The Superstars at 8:00 on ABC.
It's another night of auditions as David Hasselhoff, Sharon Osbourne and Piers Morgan set out to find the most talented people in the US. And you know they'll be finding some oddballs along the way, so tune in tonight to see just how odd it can get.
Watch America's Got Talent at 9:00 on NBC.
A Korean woman and her little boy are paralyzed after a car accident but Christina can't figure out why. Bobbie must deal with the physical and emotional trauma of a woman about to lose her arm while David has a cancer patient who takes a sudden turn -- for the better.
It's All the Wrong Places tonight on HawthoRNe.
Watch HawthoRNe at 9:00 on TNT.
CBS has pulled together a last minute feature, which will be hosted by Katie Couric. It's listed as a look at Michael's life and the investigation into his death.
Watch Michael Jackson: Picking up the Pieces at 10:00 on CBS.
FX has announced the premiere dates for their returning shows, sort of. Sons of Anarchy returns on September 8. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia returns on September 17 and Nip/Tuck will begin its final season in October.
SNL's Chris Kattan has joined the cast of ABC's The Middle.
Soprano's star Drea de Martteo will become one of the Desperate Housewives.
Mariska Hargitay and Christopher Meloni have finally signed new contracts that will keep them on Law & Order: SVU for at least another year.
The Superstars -- Pictured: Maksim Chmerkovskiy. Credit: ABC/Adam Larkey
Hawthorne --Pictured: Jada Pinkett Smith, Ryan Christoper Lee. Credit: Eric McCandless/TNT
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit -- Pictured: (l-r) Christopher Meloni as Det. Elliot Stabler, Mariska Hargitay as Det. Olivia Benson -- NBC Photo: Justin Stephens
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