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The final 20 acts of the judge-selected Top 80 are set to hit the America's Got Talent stage, as the last group of the brand-new Judge Cuts round performs for a spot in the Radio City Music Hall live shows. Twenty-five acts have qualified thus far, with seven more about to join the party. How they'll round out the Top 36 remains to be seen, but let me go ahead and throw out a wild card request for Stacey Kay.

Original mean judge (and known antagonistic target of one Howie Mandel) Piers Morgan is back to help whittle down the field and ease the nerves of one act courtesy of his golden buzzer, but I will be incredibly disappointed if there isn't at least one well-timed prank played by everyone's favorite Little Monster under the bed.
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In this episode of Pretty Little Liars, the girls are barred from Rosewood High's prom but crash anyway and the Pretty Little Moms get wasted, commit a mild felony and get trapped in a basement. They grow up so fast! Also, 'A' finally takes off the mask, but we'll have to wait until the finale to see the face underneath.

Wouldn't it be great if 'A' just took off mask after mask after mask, like a Russian nesting doll of porcelain and paper mache, for the first five minutes? Alison mask, burnt Alison mask, Emily mask, Melissa mask, Caleb Phantom of the Opera mask, Mona paper mache head mask. Just mask after mask after mask until you literally just kind of give up and wander out of the room. Am I the only one who thinks that would be amazing? Probably. Probably I am.
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Last time on The Real Housewives of New York City, Dorinda and Carole took an emotional trip to London to pick up Carole's late husband's ashes, while the single ladies were mingling at Bethenny's Skinny Girl party. Let's see how the two groups rejoin at Sonja's fashion show in this episode, "Rumble on the Runway."
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When Arrow Season 4 picks up, Malcolm Merlyn is the leader of one of the most dangerous organizations in the world. As the new Ra's of the League of Assassins, Malcolm is sure to put his own spin on things though.

BuddyTV spoke with John Barrowman at San Diego Comic-Con where he shows off his replica Ra's ring, talks about what's coming up for Malcolm, and hasa  couple people drop by as well. As normal with Barrowman, this is an interview that is best watched, but we have included some highlights for you as well. 
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If TV shows are lucky enough, they age well. Some get the short stick and get canceled after one season; others come back for six seasons and a movie. To quote the best line in The Dark Knight, "You either die a hero or live long enough to see yourself become the villain." On TV, you either die brilliant but canceled or live long enough to become an unrecognizable, lesser version of itself. 

Teen Wolf isn't quite its worst self yet, but it is a bit unrecognizable in this episode, "Strange Frequencies." We can check off Teen Wolf staples like night club happenings, convoluted and bad plans, dream-like hallucinations, some sleuthing skills and some horror-minded supernaturalness, but it doesn't feel like a Teen Wolf episode.

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The Whispers answers more questions in "Broken Child," showing us the backstory of Thomas, revealing a Drill vulnerability, adding more creepy kids to the mix and giving us a phobia of paper plates. This one is a fast-paced, scary, music-filled episode with a satisfying ending that gives us hope that Drill can be stopped. But at what price?
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