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Is Stephen Lee the most misunderstood contestant on MasterChef? Granted, the urban gardener's raging, cursing, and impatience have marked him as season 6's wild man. But you might be surprised to learn he has a gentler side we haven't seen much on camera.
 
Speaking of wild: What about the nail-biter, when he and Christopher Lu both kept their aprons? True drama. But Stephen's apparent meltdown? Well, we're going to let Stephen tell you his side of the story. He called me from his home in Palm Springs, California.

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Previously on Dance Moms, Abby devised a March Madness bracket-style dance battle to determine which girls would have a solo at Nationals. Kendall beat JoJo in the head-to-head contest. And after weeks of losing in LA, the girls finally found their footing, sweeping the competition. Will the ALDC be able to sustain the momentum? 

After weeks of bickering and losing, the waters have finally calmed a little. Abby is getting closer to the grand opening of her new studio. She is planning on holding the opening the same week as Nationals. This has Jill worried that Abby's focus isn't going to be directed where it should be, which is with the girls. But at least there is a light at the end of the tunnel, and Abby seems to be in a good mood.
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In the previous episode of Stitchers, Kirsten and the team were placed under quarantine after they were all exposed to a deadly virus. With time running out, everyone said goodbye to their loved ones, and Maggie told Kirsten the truth about her connection to Ed and Kirsten's mother. Thanks to the life or death emergency, Kirsten had yet to make a decision about Liam's proposal.

In the ninth episode, "Future Tense," Kirsten and the team look into the case of a murdered psychic and it leads them to another potential murder victim. Meanwhile, Maggie tells Kirsten that she is worried about her connection to Liam, Camille meets Linus' parents and Kirsten finally gives Liam an answer to his proposal.
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We're halfway through the first season of Scream and we're nowhere near close to finding out who the killer is. What we do know, though, is that everyone currently has a video of Emma and Will together. So what will be exposed in this episode, "Exposed"?

The episode starts off with Emma having to deal with everyone staring at her after the video was released. It's as traumatic as you would expect. Emma feels "so exposed." At least Aubrey can relate. Emma confronts Will about filming her, but he swears he didn't and he has no idea how it happened. Could it be Jake? Will says absolutely not. And that's when Emma gets her next call. "How's it feel to be the star of the show?" the killer asks. What a perfect opening. So who taped Emma? Was it the killer?
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We're halfway through the brand-new Judge Cuts round on America's Got Talent's 10th anniversary season, a format that I find a welcome change from the usual rapid-fire Judgment Week. And thankfully so far, the panel has gotten it mostly right.

With multifaceted entertainer extraordinaire and Nick Cannon look-alike Marlon Wayans joining the crew, let's hope that trend continues. The White Chicks star is the guest of Howie Mandel, who promises that Heidi Klum will snuggle, though Marlon would prefer Mel B. The Spice Girl agrees to a little cuddle, but only if she can be the big spoon.
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In this episode of Pretty Little Liars, "FrAmed," 'A' ruins Aria's gallery show by making her photography a little less creepy, the liars follow the money back to the Carissimi Group and a Jason look-alike, the girls plan for a prom they're obviously going to be murdered at, Alison ditches the church socials and sweater sets for a little breaking and entering, and the Rosewood mom squad finally decides to take action.

We're getting closer to coming face to face with 'A' in the "Summer of Answers," which means everything is suspicious this close to the finish line. Of course, this means there will probably be plenty of red herrings before we finally get the answers we've been asking for six years (which, in Rosewood time, is either minutes or decades).
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