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In the previous episode of Stitchers, the lab was infiltrated by an unknown visitor who may be the same person keeping an eye on Kirsten. Meanwhile, Cameron finally told Kirsten what happened to Marta, Kirsten spotted a serious scar on Cameron's chest and Marta woke up from her coma.

In the fourth episode, "Stitcher in the Rye," Kirsten and the team investigate the death of a conspiracy theorist who just happens to be in possession of the algorithm for the Stitchers program. Meanwhile, Marta reaches out to Kirsten in an attempt to protect her, and Oded Fehr guest stars as Maggie's boss.
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I spent the weekend watching the Scream movies, so I'm ready for some Ghostface. Yes, they've changed the Ghostface mask, which I'm not too happy about, but we'll just have to see if he or she lives up to the original.

So will the show live up to the movies? Can you make a slasher TV show? And will it follow the rules?
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Previously on Pretty Little Liars, the girls tried to deal with the flashbacks of their time in The Dollhouse. Spencer began her spiral down the rabbit hole, self-medicating with pot brownies, after convincing herself that she killed someone while she was being held captive. Hanna felt smothered by Caleb. Emily took in a feral stray named Sara Harvey. And Aria got a traumatizing Taylor Swift-inspired haircut.

I'm not going to lie, "She's No Angel" is one of the weirdest Pretty Little Liars episodes I've seen. It opens with a Sia "Chandelier"-esque dance number starring none other than Maddie Ziegler of Dance Moms fame, known only in the episode as #CreepyDancer. Her dancing is butted against Spencer's visions of what she believed happened in The Dollhouse during her "murderous" blackout. The #CreepyDancer then walks on water like she's some kind of Vanderjesus, and Spencer finds a pair of croc-like slippers with "C. DiLaurentis" written on the side of the sole. Even though this entire sequence is not noir-inspired, it's still just one of Spencer's dreams.
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Summer is officially underway, which means the audition phase of America's Got Talent's 10th anniversary season is close to wrapping up. And that's exciting because then we (and the judges) finally get to start forming opinions instead of just recapping what's happening. It is, after all, why the next round is called Judgment Week.

But while the introductory portion is nearing its conclusion, we've still got a lot of talent to cram into two shows. So we're sampling some of the best performers to hit the stage, as well as returning to the AGT Extreme Arena for more acts that grace us with their death-defying presence.
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Tuesday, June 30, 2015 shall henceforth be known as the Greatest Day in Big Brother History. The live feeds for Big Brother 17 were on fire all day, starting with a plot to take out Audrey and a confrontation between Audrey and Jace, followed by a shouting match between Da'Vonne and Audrey. Now there's a potentially massive house-flip in play.

SPOILER WARNING: This article contains Big Brother 17 spoilers.
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The biggest complaint I have of the early episodes of every Teen Wolf season are that really nothing happens that's too consequential. It's all setup and no action, and we have to cling on to the fun little moments as we wait for the big action pieces. Plus, we haven't even seen Coach yet!

Teen Wolf has a love-hate relationship with the history of its own show. It remembers its villains and histories when it wants to -- Kate Argent, for example -- and completely forgets it once off-screen -- signora Jackson, Isaac, Scott's dad. But this episode, "Parasomnia," smartly recalls character dynamics and other runners to hold us over until the plot kicks in.
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