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    If you're a betting person, I think it's time to start an office pool about which couples on the radical experiment Married at First Sight will make it. Will it be Jamie Otis and Doug HehnerCortney Hendrix and Jason Carrion? Will Monet Bell and Vaughn Copeland surprise us and turn their relationship around? In today's exclusive show below, I break down episode 7: "Social Life."

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    Just when you thought The Bachelor couldn’t get any more dramatic, this right here brings crazy reality television antics to a whole new level.

    Apparently, Bachelor in Paradise contestant AshLee Frazier gets so love sick for Graham Bunn that she ends up in the hospital ... at least that’s what the show’s producers want us to believe.

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    Horror fans, are you watching The Strain? The FX series created by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan, based on their novel trilogy of the same name? I've been ... well, I'm not sure enjoying it is the right word, particularly considering the scene involving a guy nonchalantly flushing his own penis down the toilet, but I'm always a little excited when there's a new episode on the DVR.

    The Strain kind of reminds me of Sons of Anarchy: it's got enough going for it that you can forgive its occasional cheesiness. In terms of quality, you never quite forget that you're watching FX and not, say, HBO, but it's gratifyingly dark, and even with The Walking Dead paving the gore-strewn way, it's surprisingly disgusting for basic cable. In fact, between the graphic splatter and the fact that the show's vampires are decidedly unsexy, I wasn't sure this show would be a hit.

    It sounds like the people have spoken, though: The Strain has officially been renewed for a second season.

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    Michelle Duggar is receiving some less-than-awesome press today. Whyfore? Because she recorded a robo-call to fight a proposed ordinance to fight discrimination against transgendered individuals. Oh man, Michelle -- what were you thinking? The ordinance seeks to appoint a council member to field complaints from transgender people who think they have been discriminated against. But Michelle seems to think passing the ordinance would allow sexual predators access to children. Uh, that is a HUGE and nonsensical leap, yo.

    I genuinely dig this lady. She's truly gifted when it comes to interacting with children, and I think every human being should be allowed to live their life in whatever way they see fit. In theory, someone in Michelle's position should believe the same thing! She's received her own share of criticism from the country (and the world) about her decision to continue having children. You'd think as such she'd be more sensitive to the feelings and rights of others.

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    It's episode 2 of the second season of Bravo's summer hit Below Deck and the drama is already brewing! Let's look at the roster: We've got Kat Held and Amy Johnson's mysterious beef, Kelley Johnson and Jennice Ontiveros's burgeoning shared-crush, and chef Ben "Hair Gel McBritish" Robinson one late-night cookie request away from snapping utterly. It's hard to pick one stand-out moment because I'll be real, the whole episode was pretty killer.

    But don't worry, I managed to do it. The shocking final moments of this week's episode that really took the cake ... and drove it to the emergency room? That analogy got away from me. After receiving a generous tip (15 large, son!) from their wealthy charter guests, the crew goes to shore to enjoy some genial debauchery. Everything is going just fine until Kelley, playfully swinging on a rope swing, flipped over and cracked his dome! At the episode's end, his eyes were open but he was totally non-responsive, yikes! 

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    Do you like Breaking Bad? How about Julia Louis-Dreyfus? Or the History channel reality show Pawn Stars? You probably haven't spent much time imagining what all three of these things combined into a bizarre video parody would be like, but as you're about to see, the results are completely awesome.

    The Television Academy has released a Pawn Stars spoof titled titled Barely Legal Pawn, starring Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus. The setup is that Louis-Dreyfus is looking to sell her Emmy, and Cranston and Paul play a couple of seedy pawn shop owners. They stay in (hilarious) character throughout, but there are in-jokes flying back and forth with regards to their real-life careers. The whole thing's pretty great, but if you're a Breaking Bad fan, I promise: you absolutely HAVE to see the ending.

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    Me oh my. On the Season 9 Finale of The Real Housewives of Orange County, some words were had. Angry words, words requiring some to grab a thesaurus...lots and LOTS of words. In today's exclusive episode below, I break down what I saw behind-the-scenes as well as Terry Dubrow versus David Beador. And Heather, Shannon and Tamra. Also, Episode 3 of Jersey Belle and just WHAT makes this show different.

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    Shots have been fired, ladies and gentlemen! As Chris Bukowski and Elise Mosca ignited their lust love on last night's Bachelor in Paradise, the rest of the cast wasn't to keen on Chris' moves. One contestant in particular made his opinions very clear. Marcus Grodd, who last appeared on Andi Dorfman's season, even went so far as to call Chris a player. But would Chris take that sitting down?

    Um. No. In fact, the guy took to Twitter to fire back at Marcus with some below-the-belt shots of his own. Take a look:

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    Stop the presses, people! TMZ is reporting that Dancing With the Stars will have a new judge on Season 19, and while it's a familiar face, it's definitely not the person I would've put in the driver's seat.

    Drum roll, please ...

    Julianne Hough will be joining Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba, and Bruno Tonioli this time around, so we'll have the pleasure of hearing the contestants critiqued by four pros instead of three.

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    Ugh! The season finale of The Real Housewives of Orange County was frustrating! The women came back from Bali with so much unresolved beef. I hoped that Vicki's post-Bali bash would be the perfect opportunity for everyone to hash stuff out and identify the REAL enemy (Tamra Judge). Sadly that didn't happen. Instead the women are more divided than ever. The real drama of the episode came when Terry Dubrow (of all people) called David Beador a penis. That happened. 

    Yes, it was the penis-calling heard 'round the world. For anyone wondering what keeps Terry and Heather Dubrow together, the answer is this: Neither party is capable of accepting an apology and moving on. We've seen it with Shannon Beador trying time and time to make things right with Heather, and now we're seeing with their spouses. Oh mama, PLEASE. Don't they realize how petty it makes them look when they don't accept apologies like grown-ups? Barf. 

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