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We've reached a pretty important episode here, folks. We're going head to head. Tonight, our final ten will compete against each other for the title of Last Comic Standing, as well as some money and the other stuff that Anthony Jeselnik mentions every episode.

Anthony described that this round will include pairing off, and squaring off in a comedy dual. After each matchup, the judges will pick a winner, and only five will be left standing. Oof. Five? That seems slightly different than last season.

The first matchup is Michael Palascak versus Taylor Tomlinson. "I'm so close to being in the final five, I feel so nervous," Michael states. He's up first, so let's see how he does.

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In the previous episode of Extant, Molly and JD made it out of the GSC and went into hiding with Terra and Ethan. But before long, Ethan started glitching and they had to take him to Julie for analysis. Meanwhile, Toby began investigating Nicholas Calderon, John's old partner, after evidence pointed to his involvement in John's death. Whatever Toby found out must have been big because someone murdered Toby to keep him from sharing this information with Molly. And speaking of John, Ethan's glitching was revealed to be a message John left behind, letting Molly know that if something went wrong with the Humanichs, Nicholas Calderon was the only one who could help.

In this episode, "Zugzwang," Molly and JD track down Nicholas Calderon in the hopes that he knows how to deal with the Humanich threat. Meanwhile, Julie tries to figure out who Lucy is getting her orders from, but her search for answers puts her in danger.
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The eighth and ninth episode of Mr. Robot's first season were so exciting and revelatory that I had no idea how the finale would top it. It turns out that Mr. Robot didn't know either and basically skipped over all the exciting bits and started right in the aftermath. While on paper that sounds incredibly frustrating and lazy, Mr. Robot worked it to perfection. 
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The fifth installment of Cycle 22's America's Next Top Model is entitled "The Guy Who Gets a Hickey." That pretty much tells us there is going to be some hooking up going on. Who wants to bet on Mikey being the one to play kissy-face with one of the remaining female models? Or maybe it's Nyle, or adorable Dustin? What about Justin, the man whose still waters run deep? I don't feel his allure, but viewers seem to.

Copious amounts of drama fills the screen in as the models focus on becoming as camera ready as possible. In other words, models who need little to no touch-ups of their photos are more profitable for the publishers and therefore are also more bookable and bankable. So, who can look practically perfect ... naturally?  Let's find out. 
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The first group America's Got Talent Season 10 semifinalists hit the Radio City Music Hall stage Tuesday, and even though it was a pretty solid night of performances, there are some clear divisions between the contenders and the pretenders.

That first line goes between the top two spots at this point, with Craig and Lewis, better known as The CraigLewis Band, establishing themselves as the pair to beat, at least from this group of 11. They were on an entirely different level from the rest of the competition, and that's a lot for me to admit, considering my general AGT anti-singer sentiment.
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Way back in week 2 of Big Brother 17, Da'Vonne referred to Meg as "the beautiful pawn." And for a long time, that's been her role, the useless competitor who you nominate to ensure the real target gets evicted. However, this week we learn that there's an even better pawn in the house, someone more useless and even worse at competitions. And in the unlikeliest of scenarios, those two pawns are on the block next to each other.
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