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In this episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, "Beauties in the Fast Lane," Phaedra prepares emotionally for Apollo's impending incarceration. Kandi and Todd want to add to their family. Cynthia, Claudia and Kenya attend the opening of Peter's new bar.

The girls are back in Atlanta, and they've brought more back than their luggage. The trip was the final death knell for Cynthia and NeNe's friendship. Cynthia, who had hoped to remain cordial with her former bestie, has realized that NeNe isn't big on second chances, saying, "Girl, bye." She is singing Claudia's praises, so it looks like the new "Beauties Brigade" is here to stay. I don't know how many times these two can declare their friendship null and void, but in the spirit of beating a dead horse, Cynthia sets their "friendship contract" on fire. Yes, girlfriend had that little piece of paper filed away. Crazy much?
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The awards season keeps rolling on with the 21st annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. Since they only reward actors, there are far fewer categories than most awards shows, with just 15 including two for Stunt work.
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In this episode of Downton Abbey, Mary breaks up with Gillingham but he does not take it well, Violet tries to help her former flame, Thomas has another secret and the police are still hot on the trail of cheerful murderer Mr. Bates.

Robert yells at the dinner table after goading from Sarah Bunting, which, for an uptight Englishman, is the equivalent of setting the whole house on fire. "My god, emotions are so gross," Mary says dryly and then continues sipping her claret.
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Supernatural has plenty of recurring characters who've helped the Winchesters, including lesbian hacker Charlie Bradbury (played by Felicia Day). The adorkable nerd was last seen traveling to Oz with Dorothy, but now she's back and very different.
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In yet another attempt to ruin the Glee Club, Sue sets up an invitational for the New Directions, Vocal Adrenaline and the Warblers at McKinley High to intimidate the woefully unprepared new Gleeks.
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The audition rounds are almost over, with only one week left to see who else has a shot at winning American Idol. As I mentioned in my last One Singer to Watch article, the auditions have been great overall in season 14. But then Minneapolis came around and stopped that momentum in its tracks. With New Orleans, Harry Connick, Jr.'s hometown, as the next city the judges visited, will the talent show up?

The short answer is: sort-of, but not really. Harry really wanted his town to impress him and the other two judges, but that didn't really happen. Having said that, the New Orleans stop was definitely an improvement over Minneapolis. Hopefully the final week of auditions brings the top-notch talent back out in full force.
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