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Past contestants returning for another shot at love  is not a rare occurrence on The Bachelor and The Bachelorette since this has already happened in several seasons and, if the latest rumors were to be believed, season 11 is no exception. Word on the street is that Nick Viall, also known as Andi Dorfman's runner-up on The Bachelorette season 10, is joining the upcoming season of the ABC reality dating series.

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It's no secret that Mario Singer cheated on Real Housewives of New York City star Ramona Singer but now more confirmation comes from Millionaire Matchmaker's Patti Stanger, who actually saw the whole thing go down.

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With the election in the rearview mirror, it's gonna be smooth sailing for the new State's Attorney, right? Come on -- would you even want to watch that show? It's The Good Wife, not The Boring Wife.

The campaign's over, but Alicia's still got a lot to learn. For example, rule number one -- you never tell big donors what you're really thinking. Rule number two -- be careful what you put in writing.
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"What the hell, Ems?" That's Nolan's reaction to Emily's big announcement at the end of "Clarity," and it's exactly what everyone is probably thinking as well as they watch her take the podium and clear Daniel's name on Revenge.

While Emily is finally honest with the world, Nolan needs to take a page out of her book and be honest in his personal life, especially with Victoria planting seeds of doubt in Louise's head. Plus, Ben's brother comes to town and plants some seeds in his head about Emily and Jack, Margaux has to stop a move she didn't really mean, and Stevie and David try to figure out the best way to be parents.
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If you came looking for a major death in the season 5 finale of The Walking Dead, you might be unsatisfied with how the 90-minute episode plays out. Sure, there's plenty of blood, guts and death.

But it's also an episode all about forgiveness and redemption. So many people seek suicide, so many people seek murder; and while there's an important murder, there's a sense of hope among the bloodshed. It's a satisfying finale if you like the ones that are less about gut-wrenching cliffhangers and more about wrapping up the theme of the season, while still planting the seeds for the enemies the group will face next season. (The wolves.)
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This week on Battle Creek is all about jealousy, love, and fiery rage. Agnew and Chamberlain get a little chummier as they discuss their romantic pasts and Chamberlain serves as Agnew's bro in his advice to pursue Holly. And while all of that is going on, there's an arsonist on the loose that they need to track down before Battle Creek goes down in flames.
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