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Last time we said goodbye to Burim "B-1" Jusufi and Moises Parra when the judges cut them from the So You Think You Can Dance competition. It's never easy to say goodbye, dance fans. Sigh. 

Is your favorite dancer still in the So You Think You Can Dance competition? Did they do enough to stay out of the dreaded bottom six and out of danger?
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The Power of Veto has been used every week so far on Big Brother 17. But is that still the case in week 6 with Clay and Shelli on the block, or is the couple definitely getting split up?

SPOILER WARNING: This article contains Big Brother 17 spoilers.
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At the end of The 100 Season 2, Clarke was betrayed by Lexa, which hit her hard. Even though she was able to save her own people, Clarke decided to leave them behind and headed out into the wilderness on her own.

When The 100 Season 3 picks up, it will be a few months later and Clarke will be in an emotionally challenging place. BuddyTV caught up with Eliza Taylor at San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) 2015 to get the scoop on Clarke's state of mind when the series returns.

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This was an interesting week on So You Think You Can Dance. Some former favorites didn't shine quite as brightly, while others who had lagged behind suddenly surged ahead. After Ariana Crowder and Kate Harpootlian were saved by the viewers' Twitter votes, the judges decided to send breaker Burim "B-1" Jusufi and contemporary dancer Moises Parra home.

So who did enough to garner votes and stay in the So You Think You Can Dance competition?  Let's break down the action from the Top 16 and see whose dreams are still alive and who should be ready to book a ticket home.
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I don't know if you were on the Internet before season 2 of True Detective began airing, but there was a lot of hype for this season. Like a lot of hype that it could never live up to. Still, reviews poured in and they didn't look all too hot. Viewers watched out of loyalty to the first season's brilliance, but the consensus was clear: this season was boring. And more importantly, "we" couldn't care about the murder of Ben Caspere. 

Which sounds horrific -- shouldn't we care that a human was brutally murdered? -- but a human was not murdered; a fictional character was. Thus, the never-ending question: why should I care about this murder involving these detectives? The answer is simple: you shouldn't. True Detective is a show about the detectives, not the crime.
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After the highs and lows of actually caring about love on one of the most talked-about seasons of The Bachelorette, words cannot express how excited I am for the return of summer's best trash -- Bachelor in Paradise.

For those of you unfamiliar (i.e. you're in a new relationship and your significant other has convinced you to watch for the first time), Bachelor in Paradise combines elements from my two favorite reality show franchises into a delicious-in-spite-of-the-self-loathing masterpiece. It's basically the KFC Double Down of primetime television.
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