Big Brother 14, July 19 – When Froot Loops Decide the Game

Usually people aren't playing the game so early on Big Brother. The first person to leave is usually the most annoying. But with Willie taking Coach Britney's advice, he put up two players who aren't the most annoying in the house. No matter who leaves tonight, it will be someone who had the wherewithal to go far, although if Frank leaves, it will be someone who was also somewhat annoying. But if Kara leaves, it will just be because she she was attractive, smart, and likable, so a very big threat to Britney's game.

Julie Chen opens the show by explaining the coaches may think they're controlling the game, but they should know more than anyone that “its' the players who control this game.” After Shane decided not to use the veto, he explains he doesn't want any blood on his hands. He hopes this shows Willie that they can go far in this game together. Kara says it sucks, but she's all cried out. She needs at least five votes to stay, and if it's a tie at four and four, Willie will be breaking the tie.

Frank feels as though Willie is the key for him getting the votes to stay this week. Smart one, isn't he? He goes up to the HoH to talk to Willie and tells him he doesn't trust anyone else in the house as much as Willie. Willie promises him he'll get him the votes to stay, and tells him the only way it won't work is if he goes around and starts talking to people. If he turns on Willie, he'll vomit. Vomit? I can't possibly be hearing that right. If he does get the votes for Frank, it will prove to him that Willie wants to work with him. He promises he can trust him.

Willie wants Frank to stay in the house, because later on down the road he might help him. He has an alliance, so just has to convince them they need to keep Frank. He thinks he can work them any direction he wants. This group includes Britney's and Janelle's teams. He holds a meeting with them to talk about sticking together and who to keep. Wil sees Kara as the better choice for a team game, while Kara is the better choice for a single game. Britney wants to eliminate all of Dan's players, because then he'll go home too. She thinks Dan has magic power, and that when he talks you hear an angel's chorus. Willie thinks Kara would definitely put some of them up next week, as Dan would make her. Joe's on board with getting rid of Kara, and everyone else agrees to it as well.

Janelle talks to Dan, because she's worried he'll be mad at her if Kara goes. She tells him she's not sure why, but the others really want to keep Frank. Dan tells her it's stupid, as they'll never get Frank out. Janelle explains these people are stupid, and it sucks, as keeping Kara would allow them run of the house. Britney notices the conversation going on and thinks Janelle is thinking the grass is greener over on the other side with the other coach.

Britney realizes looking at the memory wall that her picture has a hole for a key next to it, as do the other coaches. She wonders if they'll be entering the game as players in a big twist. She discusses it with Willie and tells him not to discus it with anybody. With the numbers, there aren't enough people in the game right now. It leaves two missing weeks. She thinks Janelle knows this and this is why she wants to work with Dan. Willie knows this means the coaches won't be looking out for their best interests, He doesn't want them controlling the way he thinks, explaining he's nobody's pawn.

When several houseguests are sitting around later, Britney asks Joe how he's doing. He says he's happy the game's on. Britney doesn't want the game to be on and just wants everyone to live harmoniously. Willie takes the opportunity to call a house meeting, and Britney starts to freak out about what he's going to talk about, seeing her entire game going down in flames. Janelle tries to go in for the meeting and is told Willie just wants the players and not the coaches.

Dan tells Britney if that was one of his players, he would have nixed that. Britney tries to act cool, saying she just just wants to let them have their meeting. Willie tells the others he thinks they're being pitted against each other by their coaches, and he thinks it's the dumbest thing in the world when they're in the there to win the money for themselves. They could change the game and play like they don't have coaches. He encourages the others to not let the coaches make their decisions for them. They could play like they don't have coaches.

Danielle is tired of feeling awkward because people are supposedly going to the coaches and the coaches are going to people. She's tired of people not talking to her. Janelle, Dan, and Britney begin to wonder where Boogie is, and Dan says he could be leading the meeting for all they know. Nope. He's inside sleeping.

Willie also tells everyone there's a good possibility the coaches might be coming back into the game. He points out the key slots by their names. Ian, the Big Brother trivia expert, explains the game is meant for fourteen now and hasn't been played with twelve in the past ten years. Kara thinks the coaches will band together, while Joe thinks Willie is playing too fast by guessing at what will happen. Wil just wants to take a 24-hour break from game talk.

Frank felt better about his chances before Willie called the meeting. He needs to go talk to Willie privately to see where his head's at. They start talking about staying legit with each other, and Britney walks in to interrupt the pow wow. Willie does a pretty good impression of Wil, repeating the line about the 24-hour break. Frank remarks that Willie made everyone paranoid with his town meeting, and now he believes he's mocking Wil. It just rubs him the wrong way. It really didn't appear like he was mocking him though, just a really good impression.

Frank goes down to talk to Jenn and Joe and tells theme he's worried the meeting might have hurt him more than helped him. We hear from Joe at this point, because of course we never hear from Jenn. He adds that Willie already told them he wants them to split the votes. This makes Frank a little hot, because Willie has told him he will fight hard to get him the votes that he needs to stay. He doesn't think he can trust him anymore. Duh.

Frank tells Joe about Willie repeating Wil's comment about the 24-hour break, and says he was mocking him. Joe is not happy at all and says that's not part of the game. Joe then corners Wil in the Storage Room and tells him what Frank said. Wil tells the DR he doesn't tolerate one ounce of anyone mocking anyone. He guarantees this will come back to bite Willie in the ass. He notes he's making gay slurs, and whether it's sectionist, racist, or homophobic, it's not right.

Wil goes and talks to Frank and Britney about it, but she still thinks Willie is a good person and a loyal guy. However, Britney goes to talk to Willie who is up in HoH with Ashley. She says this is because she loves him, but he's screwed. She explains the whole story about mocking Wil, and he says “I never done that!” Britney tells him Frank is turning the whole house against him. Willlie says it's crazy news, because he had Frank's back. He doesn't know what his agenda is, but it's pissing him off.

Willie goes outside to find Frank and tells him he's been tring to save him all week. Frank asks fires back at him, seemingly as if he was outside lying in wait for him. Willie mentions that now Frank is slinging his name in the dirt trying to make him look like an idiot. Frank points out he was promised he wouldn't be put up on the block, and now he's up on the block. This goes back and forth until Willie shouts that he hopes Frank goes home this week, because he's a shady [bleep].

Willie says he's a grown ass man, and when he wants to eat, he's going to go in and eat some Froot Loops, because that's what he wants to do. Frank isn't worried about him eating his Froot Loops. Willie tells everyone listening to vote for Kara to stay, because he hopes Frank goes home. Boogie jumps into it and asks why Willie is the boss of everyone and gets to tell them what to do. He then wanders off mocking Willie for eating Froot Loops. He asks everyone if they're willing to get bullied by willie, and Willie turns around and tells them not to follow Boogie until the end so he can cut their neck off. “Unreal, dude.”

What’s Hot on TV Tonight – Mitt Romney’s Sons on Rock Center

Mitt Romney's sons entertain their first interview tonight Rock Center Brian Williams. They'll discuss family, faith, and why some of them initially didn't want their dad to run for President. Check in with other favorite shows you may have missed at TV-Links.

1. Live! With Kelly. Jerry O'Connell is the guest cohost, and Heidi Klum is among the guests. Syndicated, check local listings.

2. 2012 Open Championship. Best of the First Round from the Royal Lytham & St. Annes in Lancashire, England. 6:00 PM CT ESPN

3. Duets. Season finale. The contestants and their coaches duet on one final song each before the winner is announced. 7:00 PM CT ABC

4. Take Me Out. A model, a pharmaceutical representative, and a clothing designer look for partners. 7:00 PM CT Fox

5. London Revealed. This one-hour special takes viewers to some of the best hidden spots for tourists to visit in the city. Among the treasures exposed are the streets and stores that inspired the “Harry Potter” series, behind the scenes at Wimbledon and hot nightclubs only those in the know can access. 7:00 PM CT Travel Channel

6. Project Runway In the first hour, a special looking at this year's designers. In the second hour, a live runway show shows what this year's crop is capable of. 7:00 PM CT Lifetime

7. Big Brother. Either Frank or Kara will be voted out, and a new Head of Household will be decided after a competition. 8:00 PM CT NBC

8. Saving Hope. A routine surgical procedure sends Alex's patient into a coma, encountering Charlie in the spirit world, and Joel's patient does his own body modifications. 8:00 PM CT NBC

9. Wipeout. Contestants compete through the Monkey Business, School Daze, and Gold Rush Petrified Forest obstacles. 8:00 PM CT ABC

10. Burn Notice. “Split decision.” 8:00 PM CT USA

11. The First 48. Miami detectives hope the survivors of a massacre at a corner store can identify the shooter who killed the others, and a man from Cleveland is found in his apartment, strangled. 8:00 PM CT A&E

12. Four Weddings. In the first hour, Chantal is going with a soap opera theme, Kristen will end her fairy tale day with fireworks, Melissa heats up the dance floor, and Jori will enter her ceremony on horseback. In the second hour. Kalli invites an Elvis impersonator, Marie leads her court in a Wedding Wobble, Carrie creates a canopy with star-shaped lanterns, and Beth's dog fetches the rings. 8:00 PM CT TLC

13. Trip Flip Kreischer surprises two best friends from the south with a vacation to San Diego they’ll never forget. The adventure includes one-of-a kind surf lessons at Mission Beach, cruising in a low-rider, a private jet charter to San Francisco and an all-access pass to a Train concert – and not only will the ladies meet and dine with the rock band, they’ll sing on stage with them! 8:00 PM CT Animal Planet

14. Mountain Men Season finale. Tom encounters his biggest fear, while a storm endangers Marty’s life. 8:00 PM CT HISTORY

15. L.A. Hair. Season finale. Still fuming from her most recent altercation with the staff, China breaks down in front of Kim. Shocked by China’s vulnerability, Kim attempts to mentor her—showing her how to be strong and take control of her life. Meanwhile, Kim is dealing with problems of her own as Angela continues to defy her. 8:00 PM CT WE

16. Anger Management. Charlie falls for Jen's new business partner, only to find out she sees therapy is a scam, and Patrick asks Charlie to counsel the angry ghost of his mom. 8:30 PM CT FX

17. Rock Center with Brian Williams. An interview with Mitt Romney's five sons, Olympic gymnast Gabby Douglas, and a look at student loan debt. 9:00 PM CT NBC

18. Rookie Blue. A key witness for an an upcoming trial is lost, leaving officers from 15 Division to turn to a man claiming to be a psychic. 9:00 PM CT ABC

19. Sullivan & Son. In the first half hour, Steve hears his father is retiring and decides to buy the bar from his parents. In the second half hour, the bar is shut down when he refuses to pay off the health inpsector. 9:00 PM CT TBS

20. Suits. Harvey gets second chair for an important lawsuit, and Mike works on a case for a tennis phenom. 9:00 PM CT USA

21. Wilfred. Ryan and Wilfred have unexpected consequences after a traumatic event. 9:00 PM CT FX

22. Cajun Justice. In the first half hour, a shrimping vessel captain takes a deckhand hostage, a shrimper almost loses a finer in a fight, and two teens are looking to nab a large prize in the deep woods. In the second half hour, the deputies are working around the clock during Mardi Gras, a thief tries to sell a stolen sound system, and estranged spouses fight over beads. 9:00 PM CT A&E

23. Top Spot. Sean and Kristy get the chance of a lifetime to test drive three very different Caribbean vacation packages in the U.S. Virgin Islands. From a private beach, to a chartered 55-foot yacht and a hillside villa with their own chef, which one will they choose? 9:00 PM CT Travel Channel

24. Great Lake Warriors. Series premiere. This series follows tugboat companies as they haul materials between October and January, the most treacherous time of the year. They are tugboat men, sailors in constant combat with the deadly storms and hazards of the Great Lakes– men who work against the clock, fighting thick ice forming in every direction under treacherous winter conditions – winds whip so fierce it could knock an entire crew off deck in the blink of an eye. 9:00 PM CT HISTORY

25. Snooki & JWOWW. The former roommates give Snooki a hard time for being engaged and pregnant, and Snooki and Jenni host a housewarming party. 9:00 PM CT MTV

26. Louie Louie looks for a mate. 9:30 PM CT FX

27. Awkward Jenna, feeling responsible for her parents' separation, looks for refuge at Church Camp. 9:30 PM CT MT

28. Conan. Freida Pinto, Sebastian Maniscalco, and Chris Hardwick are the guests tonight. 10:00 PM CT TBS

29. Late Show with David Letterman. The guests tonight are woody Harrelson, Todd Barry, and Graffiti6. 10:35 PM CT CBS

 

Real Housewives of New Jersey; Ep. 12: “The Jersey Side Step”

Beatstock, BLK business, and drinks.

Everyone is putting on a show in New Jersey! Melissa does more rehearsing with her dancers in preparation for the big Beatstock show.

Choreographer, Cris Judd, has more patience than anyone else I know.

Gia tears up the dance floor in her rehearsal.

Kathy wants to start a line of pastries and baked goods at her old neighborhood ice cream shop.

Rich tries to take over, but Kathy doesn’t him to lose his head on her potential business venture.

 

Albie and Christopher move forward with their BLK business venture.

The guys hit the road to attend a Fancy Food Festival in Washington, D.C.

The big BLK Water van goes onto the world for a mini tour in promotions and among the serious business, on Uncle Chris’s end, that is.

Albie, Christopher, Gregg, and the other guys embark on a food challenge and stop for drinks.

Gregg meets Patti LaBelle at the beverage convention event and nearly loses his crap. He just about faints

“She’s probably gonna lip sync.” Gia’s obviously aware of Melissa’s past “performances.”

“Melissa stinks!” Milania doesn’t bite her tongue at all.

 

Melissa and Gia prepare for their separate performances as the minutes trickle away.

Beatstock is packed with mostly the younger crowd.

Gia dances her butt off onstage, popping and locking to the slow hip-hop.

Gia performs first and intimidates Melissa a bit.

But once Melissa steps onstage and performs her single, “Rockstars,” the nerves disappear.

The show ends up being great.

Melissa feels she has the right go a little Diva on people since her performance went well.

She and Teresa discuss plans for next Sunday’s big dinner; the first in a long time since the family drama brought everything to an instant halt.

 

On the next episode: Sunday dinner for the Guidices and Gorgas. Let’s hope no meatball go flying from the table.

 

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What’s Hot on TV Tonight – First So You Think You Can Dance Vote

Tonight we get to see exactly how the new one-night a week show will affect the voting. Everyone voted last week. The judges will watch everyone dance again, then decide which of the six in the bottom will go home. Check out your other favorite shows at TV-Links.

1. Live! With Kelly. The guest cohost today is Josh Groban, and the guests today include Jesse Metcalfe and Victor Cruz. Syndicated, check local listings.

2. MLB Baseball. New York Mets at Washington Nationals. 6:00 PM CT ESPN

3. Big Brother. The first veto competition of the season, as well as the first PoV meeting. 7:00 PM CT CBS

4. So You Think You Can Dance. The top twenty perform for the second time, and four are eliminated by the end of the evening. 7:00 PM CT Fox

5. Melissa & Joey. Mel takes credit for Joe's cooking, then goes into a panic when her date wants to watch her work in the kitchen, and Lennox's friend crushes on Ryder. 7:00 PM CT ABC Family

6. Food Paradise: London. This one-hour special explores the vibrant new food scenes of London. It takes viewers on a tour of all the best spots in the city for visitors to dine and drink, including hip culinary neighborhoods, the best place to get high tea, hot new restaurants, delicious street food, classic pubs and not–to-be missed Indian fare. 7:00 PM CT Travel Channel

7. Baby Daddy The men are disrupted by Bonnie's presence. 7:30 PM CT ABC Family

8. America's Got Talent. Four of the third group of contestants move on. 8:00 PM CT NBC

9. Dallas. Rebecca share a secret with Elena, Ann's ex insists on an apology, John Ross tries to pit the family members against one another, and a family associate is murdered. 8:00 PM CT TNT

10. Royal Pains. HankMed treats a country club manager, Evan gets a business opp, Hank is offered a job by Boris, and Divya discovers something terrible. 8:00 PM CT USA

11. Haunted Collector. John Saffis and team travel to Lorain Count, OH to help a couple experiencing paranormal activity in their home. 8:00 PM CT Syfy

12. Beverly Hills Nannies. The nannies turn against each other because of other activities and outside aspirations, Kristen abandons Amber, and Justin looks for other employment. 8:00 PM CT ABC Family

13. Million Dollar Listing, LA. Josh Altman gets blind sighted by pro-football player Orlando Scandrick’s business manager. Meanwhile, Josh Flagg struggles to sell a party palace, and gets some startling news from his boyfriend. Tensions reach an all-time high when Madison's assistant Heather makes a demand no one saw coming… 8:00 PM CT Bravo

14. Toddlers & Tiaras. Tori, Amiya, and Jasmine compete in the Miss Mardi Gras Madness Pageant. 8:00 PM CT TLC

15. Adam Richman's Best Sandwich in America. Richman heads to JR’s BBQ for a pulled pork sandwich Memphis style, where each piece of meat is – according to the JR family – as “tender as mother’s love.” Then it’s off to San Diego for a taste of Santa Maria style ‘cue when Richman savors the El Toro from Phil’s BBQ: he third and final contender from San Francisco. There, Richman tries Wexler’s pulled lamb sandwich with watermelon vinegar, pickled watermelon rind and red cabbage slaw. Which sandwich will Richman choose to compete in the finals and fight for the crowning title of “Adam Richman’s Best Sandwich in America”? 8:00 PM CT Travel Channel

16. Cajun Pawn Stars. In the first half hour, the team checks out a super fast go-kart, Johnnie and Walt look at a big stuffed lion, and a man wants to sell his doubled-barreled knife pistol. In the second half hour, the guys check out an 1866 Springfield Trapdoor rifle, a man brings in a Native American artifact, and a very young picker tries to make a deal on a Civil Warm U.S. Cavalry horse bit. 8:00 PM CT HISTORY

17. Final Witness. A woman loses her second husband to a bout of the flu that is unexpectedly lethal. 9:00 PM CT ABC

18. Necessary Roughness. Dani treats a linebacker veteran, TK gives the rookie a hard time, Jeanette comes back to visit, and Lindsay visits a therapist. 9:00 PM CT USA

19. The Soup. 9:00 PM CT E!

20. The Soul Man. Barton announces his own last will and testament after attending a funeral, Boyce's hot ex visits and wants more than just counselin. 9:00 PM CT TV Land

21. School Spirits. Four friends are frightened by a shadowy figure at a campus that is helped by a little girl's ghost. 9:00 PM CT Syfy

22. Barter Kings. In the first half hour, Steve tries to get two all-terrain vehicles for his kids, and Antonio starts the bartering with a welder's mask. In the second half hour, Steve and Antonio want to maximize their profits with individual trade strings to help out with the big bills coming up. 9:00 PM CT A&E

23. Around the World in 80 Plates. Season finale. The competition is coming to an end for the remaining three chefs as they head off to Uruguay! Although they’re used to competing as teams, this round separates each of the chefs individually, causing one chef to almost fold under pressure! 9:00 PM CT Bravo

24. Virgin Diaries. A 34-year-old Mormon virgin, a widower, and a 29-year-old. 9:00 PM CT TLC

25. Baggage Battles. Canada’s most populous and culturally diverse city hosts an auction that sells shipped property lost in transit. Informally known as the “red tote sale,” they auction off approximately300-500 lots in large red mystery boxes. In addition, there are about 100 unopened, unclaimed suitcases from the Toronto International Airport. Attending the first night auction of the season, the auction experts find themselves bidding on items such as famous athletes’ sports jersey, autographed film scripts, and of course baggage. 9:00 PM CT Travel Channel

26. Picked Off. Amateur pickers compete each week to win $10,000. 9:00 PM CT HISTORY

27. The Real World. A prank causes fighting, and a roommate ends up at the hospital. 9:00 PM CT MTV

28. The Exes. While trying to land a new client, Phil's pursuit puts the guys in a strip club and Stuart in the hospital, and Holly's new bra works wonders. 9:30 PM CT TV Land

29. Conan. Bryan Cranston and Globe of Steel are among the guests tonight. 9:00 PM CT TBS

30. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. The guests tonight include Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, MGK, and Ester Dean. 9:00 PM CT NBC

 

What’s Hot on TV Tonight – NY Med

Maybe it's five hours I spent in the ER today with my son, but tonight's NY Med is drawing me to watch it tonight. The show provides a fascinating inside look at the events of a hospital. Catch up with all the TV you may have missed at TV-Links.

1. Live! With Kelly. The guest cohost is Josh Groban, and Gary Oldman, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, and Jenni “JWoww” Farley are the guests. Syndicated, check local listings.

2. America's Got Talent. The third set of twelve contestants perform. 7:00 PM CT NBC

3. Wipeout. Obstacles include Udderly Ridiculous, Swinging in the Rain, and Swept Away. 7:00 PM CT ABC

4. Hell's Kitchen. The contestants create items for the dinner menu. 7:00 PM CT Fox

5. Pretty Little Liars Hanna and Spencer take off on separate missions after a big clue from Garrett, Emily has another flashback of a”the” night, and Ezra's sudden cash intake catches Aria's attention. 7:00 PM CT ABC Family

6. Dateline on OWN. In the first hour, a fire that kills a young couple. In the second hour, a person falls off a cliff into an unsafe location. 7:00 PM CT OWN

7. It's Me or the Dog. A woman's boyfriend rethinks their relationship because of her three unruly dogs. 7:00 PM CT Animal Planet

8. Trust Us With Your Life. In the first half hour, improv actors perform Mark Cuban's life, and in the second half hour they act out Ricky Gervais' life. 8:00 PM CT ABC

9. The L.A. Complex. Season premiere. Kaldrick tries to fix things with Tariq, Raquel gets life-changing news, and Abby and Nick's relationship gets fired up. 8:00 PM CT CW

10. MasterChef. Paula Deen selects the items for the mystery box challenge, including Southern staples and a surprise, and the challenge winner pairs up the others, who need to fix a Japanese dish as a team. 8:00 PM CT Fox

11. Rizzoli & Isles. Two psychiatrists are murdered, and a medical examiner offers to help solve the case . 8:00 PM CT TNT

12. White Collar. Peter needs to create a plan to send Neal back to the U.S. while avoiding getting captured. 8:00 PM CT USA

13. American Ninja Warrior. The finalists take on Mount Midoriyama. 8:00 PM CT G4

14. Destination Truth. 8:00 PM CT G4o

15. Jane by Design. Jane gets another chance at a real date with Eli, A baseball scout wants Ben or audition for a major league team, and Kate has difficulties with her commitment issues

16. The Real Housewives of Orange County. If you thought Part 1 was action-packed, hold onto your seats for Part 2… The ladies address Vicki’s questionably genuine relationship with Brooks, and Briana brings up the topic of her mom’s past infidelity. The reunion causes surprising new alliances to form, and previously rock-solid friendships to break. 8:00 PM CT Bravo

17. What Not to Wear. A video-gaming nerd gets a style makeover. 8:00 PM CT TLC

18. Monumental Mysteries. Situated in a small, Washington, D.C. courtyard is a 5-1/2 foot-tall bronze statue that some say has caused pregnant women to miscarry and is reported to have killed a college student. On the National Mall stands a towering monument commemorating the country’s first president. How did its design and link to a secret society give rise to rumors that the Washington Monument is really an emblem of evil? Lastly, how did Mount Rushmore's creation spawn tales that there is a secret vault hidden behind these four, iconic portraits? 8:00 PM CT Travel Channel

19. Dance Moms. leslie wants her daughter to get a solo, Kelly's birthday party sees a fight break out, Abby sets it up for her girls to try out for Drop Dead Diva, and Brooke faces tough competition 8:00 PM CT Lifetime

20. Love in the Wild. The couples face challenges that include riding horses, scaling cliffs, and moving through rough waters to put together a map that will lead to the finish line. The winners of the challenge decide who goes home.. 9:00 PM CT NBC

21. NY Med. A patient needs a liver transplant to save his life, a young surgeon wears a black scrub cap in tribute to his Hurricane Katrina losses, and three ER nurses deal with patients who are out of control. 9:00 PM CT ABC

22. Franklin & Bash. peter and jared asked for Hanna's help with a case involving two Navy sailors court martial on accusations of assault, and their commanding officer doubts the defense team's skills. 9:00 PM CT TNT

23. Covert Affairs. Annie and Auggie get sent to acquire a computer virus from Spain. 9:00 PM CT USA

24. Haunted Highway. 9:00 PM CT Syfy

25. Storage Wars. In the first half hour, the bidders look at lockers in Westminster, CA, Darrell and Brandon meet a legend, and Barry gets a piece of folklore and sets a record. In the second half hour, the buyers get lockers in Irvine, CA, Jarrod and Brandi keep having their hot streak, but Barry is off his game. 9:00 PM CT A&E

26. Our America with Lisa Ling. Arranged marriages in Modern America. 9:00 PM CT OWN

27. Pregnant in Heels. Rosie gives birth to her third bundle of joy. However, the third time isn’t always a charm, and Rosie faces the harsh reality that she’s become just as crazed as one of her own clients! Will she fall behind, or be able to still work while dealing with her personal life? 9:00 PM CT BravoI

28. Craft Wars. Creating wedding displays. 9:00 PM CT TLC

29. The Glee Project. The contestants go for broke during a Pussycat Dolls video shoot, and Grant Gustin guest mentors. 9:00 PM CT Oxygen

30. Kendra on Top. In the first half hour, Kendra heads to Nashville for a country music video with the LoCash Cowboys. In the second half hour, the video involves being clad in a bikini and rolling around in the mud. 9:00 PM CT WE

31. Teen Mom. Farrah's mom and sister visit, Maci puts her son in preschool, Catelynn and Tyler handle their issues, and Amber thinks about leaving rehab before she's scheduled to. 9:00 PM CT MTVp>32. Conan. Elija Wood, Claire Smith, and Kip Moore are the guests tonight. 10:00 PM CT TBS

33. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. The guests tonight include Kate Beckinsale, Adam Carolla, Lionel Richie, and The Madden Brothers. 10:35 PM CT NBC

 

What’s Hot on TV Tonight – Men Tell All on The Bachelorette

It's the Men Tell All tonight on The Bachelorette. Somehow, we don't have as much “Tell All” as we do with The Bachelor. Catch up with all the TV you may have missed at TV-Links.

1. Live! With Kelly. The guest cohost is Josh Groban, and the guests today include Kristin Davis. Syndicated, check local listings.

2. MLB Baseball. 6:00 PM CT ESPN

3. Fear Factor. Facing fears such as being connected to a helicopter with a bungee cord, being in a tub full of leeches, and going through a five-story building engulfed in flames. 7:00 PM CT NBC

4. The Bachelorette. “The Men Tell All.” 7:00 PM CT ABC

5. The Batmobile. The history of the Batmobile, including interviews with Adam West, Christian Bale, Tim Burton, Christopher Nolan, and Joel Schumacher 7:00 PM CT CW

6. Hell's Kitchen. The chefs and a competitive eater square off in a wing-eating contest, and history is made during this season's blind taste test. 7:00 PM CT Fox

7. The Secret Life of the American Teenager. While at college, Ricky runs into an old friend, and Ben finds out he's not the one responsible for the school fire. 7:00 PM CT ABC Family

8. Tia & Tamera Tia is worried about a suspicious mole on her neck, and Tamera babysits Cree to find out if she is mommy material. 7:00 PM CT Style

9. Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. Mimi takes a big step in her relationship, Scrappy gets a health scare, and Michelle provides comfort to Karlie. 7:00 PM CT VH1

10. American Ninja Warrior. The competitors face off on eight obstacles 8:00 PM CT NBC

11. MasterChef. The contestants must cook for 1010 cowboys the the losers of the challenge need to fix six eggs four different ways in just twenty minutes. 8:00 PM CT Fox

12. The Closer. Provenza helps his ex get her wedding ring back from a shady gold buy, getting him stuck in an embarrassing situation in the process. 8:00 PM CT TNT

13. Eureka. Season finale. Wormholes start popping up all over, threatening to rip Eureka apart unless Carter can stop them. 8:00 PM CT Syfy

14. Bunheads. Michelle finds out more about Fanny's financial problems, the girls grow jealous of Boo's relationship with an attractive bartender. 8:00 PM CT ABC Family

15. The Real Housewives of New York. It’s down to the ladies last days in London, and the built up tension between Carole, LuAnn and Heather builds up to an all-out “royal war.” Back in NYC Aviva’s concerns with Sonja’s lack of effort in her party planning continues to escalate, and Ramona steps in to “check” on Sonja’s progress (Ramona sticking her head in Sonja’s business is sure to end smoothly…right?!) 8:00 PM CT Bravo

16. Cake Boss. In the first half hour, Graces plans Sweet 16 party for her daughter. In the second half hour, Buddy creates a deli-case cakes, his sisters want a special cake for three first Communions, and Mary's confidence improves. 8:00 PM CT TLC

17. Bizarre Foods America. From wild vegetables to wild animals, Andrew Zimmern gets a taste of the unexpected when he visits San Diego. Whether it's foraging for food along the seashore, a traditional Aztec barbecue in a backyard, or feeding sea lions at the zoo, Zimmern finds this coastal city on the Mexican border offers some hidden delights – swordfish bone marrow, mashed lamb brains cooked in an underground pit, and fresh squeezed milk from a camel. 8:00 PM CT Travel Channel

18. Bad Girls Club: Mexico. In the first hour, “So Social: Episode 1.” In the second hour, “Wash, Rinse, Re-beat.” 8:00 PM CT Oxygen

19. Chicagolicious. McCrray and Austin try to beat Katrell and Valincia in the style game as they get their clients ready for a masquerade ball, and Howard tries to increase his barber business. 8:00 PM CT Style

20. Single Ladies. Keisha and Sean's relationship heats up, and Raquel finds it hard to date two guys. 8:00 PM CT VH1

21. The Glass House. The players have to guard glass windmills, and two more contestants face elimination. 9:00 PM CT ABC

22. Perception. A murder investigation of a suspect with a condition that makes him not able to recognize faces, and Moretti becomes attracted to a new professor. 9:00 PM CT TNT

23. Lost Girl. To fforesee the future, Trick takes matters into his own hands. 9:00 PM CT Syfy

24. Miss Advised. Matchmaker Julia takes matters into her own hands, and plans her own dream date. Meanwhile, Amy goes casual on her third date with Lewis, but is surprised when she realizes the tables have now turned. Emily tries to get in touch with her sexual side by doing acrobatic yoga on a blind date, but things just get too weird for her liking… 9:00 PM CT Bravo

25. Four Houses. A look at four different houses, from a western-style manor to an historic vintage home to an upscale suburban 2-story to a Texas-inspired ranch. 9:00 PM CT TLC

26. Teen Wolf. Season finale. Scott and Stile tries to figure out how to set a trap for the new shapeshifter, and Allison's mom wants to take care of Scott for good. 9:00 PM CT MTV

27. Push Girls. Tiphany’s upcoming high school reunion also happens to be on the same day as the anniversary of the car accident that left her paralyzed from the waist down. Once a rebellious party girl, Tiphany is worried that her classmates will still see her as the wild, drunken teen she was and not the new person she has become. Then, when her father asks her to revisit the scene of the crash, she must accept the fact that more people’s lives were changed by the tragedy than just hers. 9:00 PM CT Sundance Channel

28. Conan. Steve Byrne, Denis Leary, and Cristela Alonzo are the guests tonight. 10:00 PM CT TBS

29. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. The guests tonight include Charlie Sheen, Jay Mohr, and Imagine Dragons. 10:35 PM CT NBC

What’s Hot on TV Tonight – Breaking Bad Season Premiere

The <i>Breaking Bad</i> season premiere for its final season is on tonight on AMC. As is the case with many great shows, people seem to be getting into it and catching up to old seasons and episodes off of Netflix just as it's being cancelled. If you're one of those, get that Netflix working in overdrive and catch up quickly. Catch up on your other favorite shows at TV-Links.

1. Triathlon. Ironman World Championship from Kailua-Kohna, HI. 12:30 PM CT NBC

2. NASCAR Racing: Sprint Cup. Lenox Industrial Tools 301 from New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, NH. 12:00 PM CT TNT

3. MLB Baseball. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at New York Yankees. 12:00 PM CT TBS

4. PGA Tour Golf. Final Round of John Deere Classic from TPC at Deere Run in Silvis, IL. 2:00 PM CT CBS

5. Golf. Final Round of U.S. Senior Open Championship from Lake Orion, MI. 2:00 PM CT NBC

6. Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa. Find out what happened to the zoo animals after they were stranded in Madagascar, picking up where the first movie left off. 3:00 PM CT FX

7. Edward Scissorhands. Thanks, but don't need the trim. Just need to get rid of these grays. 4:00 PM CT ABC Family

9. 60 Minutes. An interview with Steve Jobs' biographer, and a look at Autism apps for tablet computers. 6:00 PM CT CBS

10. Dateline NBC. A unique bond between strangers, and a family patriarch's mysterious murder. 6:00 PM CT NBC

11. Big Brother. Two houseguests become the first season 14 nominees for eviction. 7:00 PM CT ABC

12. Secret Millionaire. A self-made millionaire secretly looks for needy individuals in San Antonio. 7:00 PM CT ABC

13. Leverage. Season premiere. A plane crash is the result of cost-cutting measures, and a CEO is conned into purchasing the Spruce Goose. 7:00 PM CT TNT

14. Xtreme Waterparks. Take a ride down the world’s tallest water slide in Brazil; ride a monster tube that throws you down three stories in 12 seconds in Texas; and race down a slide built for speed with the world's fastest slider in Germany 7:00 PM CT Travel Channel

15. Jerseylicious. Gayle wants to restor the Gatsby's name, Olivia and Brielle do a secret side job, and Tracey's parents don't agree with her living arrangement with Corey. 7:00 PM CT Style

14. Mob Wives Chicago. Christina plans to celebrate new beginnings, Pia and Nora are not on speaking terms, and Renee and Nora are slow recovering from their fight. 7:00 PM CT VH1

17. MLB Baseball. St. Louis Cardinals at Cincinnati Reds. 7:00 PM CT ESPN

18. Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition. A 400+ pounds woman has a hard time committing to the hard work of getting healthy, And Chris helps her get some closure with her biological dad. 8:00 PM CT ABC

19. Falling Skies. Hal discovers bodies of de-harnessed kids as well as someone from his past, Tom and Anne get closer, Weaver's health starts to fail, and Tom finds out Weaver could have been keeping secrets. 8:00 PM CT TNT

20. Keeping Up with the Kardashians. 8:00 PM CT E!

21. The Glades. Longworth and Jennifer end up at odds during a murder investigation, and Callie looks for an old cell phone recording that holds evidence incriminating Elkins. 8:00 PM CT A&E

22. Oprah Builds a Network. Oprah visits Gayle and discusses OWN. 8:00 PM CT OWN

23. Hoarding: Buried Alive. Randy gets forced to leave his apartment of over twenty years. 8:00 PM CT TLC

24. Insane Coaster Wars. Four of the most rip-roaring wooden coasters have been chosen to compete in one timber-shredding category called Splintering Speedsters. Experience the thrill of the longest wooden roller coaster in the country on The Beast at Kings Island in Mason, Ohio; twist and turn through a maze of timber on Thunderhead at Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee; take a whirlwind tour of the new world on The Voyage at Holiday World in Santa Claus, Indiana; and saddle up for the ride of your life on El Toro at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey. 8:00 PM CT Travel Channel

25. Ice Road Truckers. Alex tries to cross the ice with an extremely overweight load 8:00 PM CT HISTORY

26. Drop Dead Diva. Jane's mm wants her to help defend a girl accused of murder, Parker wants Grayson to help bring an investor into the firm, and Teri and Stacey find out news about Gwen. 8:00 PM CT Lifetime

27. Snapped. A husband strikes his wife when she refuses to watch a Star Wars cartoon with him, leading to her striking him back. 8:00 PM CT Oxygen

28. Empire Girls: Julissa & Adrienne. Julissa produces new Latino segments for her demo reel, and Adrienne reads for an indie film role . 8:00 PM CT Style

29. True Blood. Sookie has a sense of foreboding, Pam stops a fight at Fantasia, Lafayette visits Ruby Jean, Terry blames his troubles on a curse, Alcide challenges J.D., Sam offers help to Randy, and Roman reveals his plans for Russell. 8:00 PM CT HBO

30. The Great Escape. Three teams are trapped inside a missile silo below the Arizona desert. 9:00 PM CT TNT

31. Political Animals. A week with Sec. of State Elaine Barries, and following a hostage crisis decision. 9:00 PM CT USA

32. Mrs. Eastwood & Company. Dina and Morgan's drama, and Tyler's surprise to Francesca. 9:00 PM CT E!

33. Longmire. A wealthy beer distributor is brutally assaulted over a painting that seems worthless, Vic's husband gets jealous of her relationship with Walt, and Branch's dad finds damaging information to Walt's campaign. 9:00 PM CT A&E

34. Oprah's Next Chapter. Oprah is David Copperfield's guest on his private island. 9:00 PM CT OWN

35. The Real Housewives of New Jersey. One of summer’s hottest concerts arrives, and Melissa Gorga faces her toughest on-stage competition yet….from Gia! Meanwhile, Jacqueline's husband, Chris, and Caroline's sons, go on a work-related road-trip that goes from professional to chaotic after a night of drinking gone wrong. 9:00 PM CT Bravo

36. Shark Wranglers. Chris and the crew are driven to a dangerous rescue attempt for a lost shark, and Chris makes a choice that's difficult. 9:00 PM CT HISTORY

37. Army Wives. Roxy and Trevor get an invite to join pamela and Chase in Miami, Tanya's future is jeopardized by a doctor, and Jackie's daughter visits from boarding school. 9:00 PM CT Lifetime

38. Bridezillas. Bridezilla Liza's fairy tale wedding is threatened by her tantrums and lack of funds, and Bridezilla Ashanti treats her bridesmaids like they are servants 9:00 PM CT WE

39. Breaking Bad. Walt deals with the explosion aftermath, and Hank tries to bring a close to the investigation into Gus' . empire 9:00 PM CT AMC

40. Newsroom. Will ends up in the tabloids, Wade approaches Will win info, Don wants Maggie to set Jim up with her roommate, and Will won't take a call on a breaking story. 9:00 PM CT HBO

41. Weeds. Nancy and Silas go after Shane, and Andy tries bonding with Jill's daughters. 9:00 PM CT Showtime

42. Combat Pawn. Series premiere. A major challenge rolls into the shop when a wounded warrior asks Bernard to customize his top range sniper rifle so it can be shot from his wheelchair. Josh sets about a major overhaul to the scope and accessories, but will it be enough? A test shoot proves not so, when the customer arrives will Josh’s last minute gunsmithing skills get the project back on target? 9:30 PM CT truTV

43. Episodes. Merc's employees offer condolences, ratings plummet, and Beverly finds out the truth about Sean and Morning's relationship. 9:30 PM CT Showtime

 

What’s Hot on TV Tonight – George Lopez: It’s Not Me; It’s You

Sure, we all know George Lopez is a talented comedian, but did you know he holds the record for selling out the Nokia Theater in L.A. a total of twenty-four times? Pretty impressive, huh? Watch his twenty-fourth effort tonight on HBO.

1. Winter Wonders in Summer. It’s the solstice and the dog days of summer may be coming, but a merry old soul has relief for stargazers! Beat the heat with 40 hours of holiday movie fan favorites, beginning today. So leave the landscaping and laundry and watch Christmas classics all weekend. 5:00 AM CT Hallmark

2. Red Bull Signature Series. Wake Open from Tampa, FL. 12:00 PM CT NBC

3. PGA Tour Golf. Third round of the John Deere Classic from TPC at Deere Run in Silvis, IL. 2:00 PM CT CBS

4. Golf. Third round of U.S. Senior Open Championship from Lake Orion, MI. 2:00 PM CT NBC

5. NASCAR Racing: Nationwide Series. F.W. Webb 200 from New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, NH 2:00 PM CT NBC

6. MLB Baseball. St. Louis Cardinals at Cincinnati Reds. 3:00 PM CT Fox

7. Comic-Con 2012 Live. Live from the San Diego Comic-Con. 3:00 PM CT G4

8. Beetlejuice. Michael Keaton at his quirky comedy best, trying to rid the ghosts of Geena Davis and Alec Baldwin from their old house. If you're looking for fun, quirky comedy with a fun singalong, this is it. 4:30 PM CT ABC Family

9. NYC 22. In the first hour, During a Harlem block party, Ahmad and Kenny look for a rape suspect, and Jackpot and White House make a grisly discovery. In the second hour, a man is robbed by the student he has been counseling, and a young boy makes friends with Jackpot and White House. 7:00 PM CT CBS

10. An American Girl: McKenna Shoots for the Stars. While competing as a gymnast, a young girl has a hard time maintaining her school grades. Nia Vardalos, Jadde Pettyjohn, Ian Ziering, Kerris Dorsey, and Cathy Rigby costar. 7:00 PM CT NBC

11. Welcome to Sweetie Pie's: An Extra Slice. While competing as a gymnast, a young girl has a hard time maintaining her school grades. Nia Vardalos, Jadde Pettyjohn, Ian Ziering, Kerris Dorsey, and Cathy Rigby costar. 7:00 PM CT OWN

12. My Cat From Hell. A woman and her friend share the custody of a troublesome cat, and a couple want to have a baby, but are worried about their cat being too aggressive. 7:00 PM CT Animal Planet

13. Bad Dog! A house cat chases alligators to go back into the swamp, a hyper dog absconds with coffee, an a monkey plays jockey with the family dog. 8:00 PM CT Animal Planet

14. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. The latest movie in the collection has Capt. Jack Sparrow encountering a beautiful pirate from his past. 8:00 PM CT Starz

15. The Firm. Season finale. Ray and Tammy's nuptials are threatened by a new enemy, and as Patrick Walker's trial starts, Mitch makes a shocking discovery. 9:00 PM CT NBC

16. Are You Normal, America? Dropping something in the toilet that doesn't belong there, and dating someone embarrassing to you. 9:00 PM CT OWN

17. Tanked: Unfiltered. A look back at a tank built out of an old school bus and on built for Brett's mom's nail salon. 9:00 PM CT Animal Planet

18. George Lopez: It's Not Me; It's You. Presented from the famed Nokia Theater L.A. Live, which George Lopez has previously sold out 24 times (a record for the venue), the exclusive presentation features Lopez in performance before a live audience. 9:00 PM CT HBO

 

So You Think You Can Dance, July 11 – A Fantastic Ending

I'm ready to get this party started. It's been too long of a wait. American Idol had its finale at the end of May, and here we are after the 4th of July and we haven't even started the competitive part of So You Think You Can Dance. It's time to get moving with it.

We start off with a group dance right away, to Architect of the Mind by Kerry Muzzey. Bear in mind the group dances used to be reserved for results night, but we won't have nights dedicated to results anymore. I hope this doesn't mean we'll do away with the beginning showing everyone introduced to a quick two- or three-second solo. It's a routine that has the guys in a business uniform of slacks, white shirts, and ties, and the girls in working women shirts/skirts combos. It's really a great routine, and I can't figure out who's choreographic mind this came from.

Ah-ha. Here's the familiar intro with the dancers each out for their quick solos. They're in different clothes than from the above, so this is all apparently not live. I don't remember some of these people after the two week break. Is it a new announcer? This part must be live, as he said, “This is So You … This is So You Think You Can Dance. Please welcome your host, Cat Deeley.” It turns out it was Christopher Scott as the choreographer behind the routine.

Our judges for the night will be Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy, and film director and choreographer Kenny Ortega. He's the one behind High School Musical and Michael Jackson's This Is It. Nigel announces that instead of voting for couples, we'll be voting for individuals. Next week, two guys and two girls will be leaving. Our votes will lead to the bottom three, and the judges will decide on which ones will leave after watching them dance a second time next week.

To introduce the dancers to us a little more, they'll each get nine seconds to tell us who they are. Witney Carson, 18, goes first. She plays guitar and drums, likes to play golf, has over one-hundred relatives, is afraid of crickets, and can do a flower with her tongue. Her partner is ballet dancer Chehon Wespi-Tschopp, 23. He was born in Chicago, but grew up in Switzerland, is a ballet dancer, and speaks in two languages.

Witney and Chehon are dancing the samba tonight, choreographed by Louis Van Amstel. He's looking for hot, hot movement. He wants them to shake their moneymakers. Witney says it's upbeat and flirty and exciting. She's a ballroom dancer, but knows it will be difficult for Chehon, since it's so different from ballet. Louis says in Brazil when they do the steps, all they do is shake. That's the very part Chehon struggles with. Louis admits it's a natural for Witney, while Chehon still looks like a pretty boy that he's going to somehow have to turn into a “masculine, hot dude.” They dance to Jump by The Cube Guys & Luciana. Chehon finds a way to move those hips convincingly. I'd say they have some good chemistry together.

Nigel calls it “lovely” to have Louis back on the show, and Louis returns the compliment by shimmying. Nigel believes he summed up Witney perfectly by calling her a firecracker. She looked like a star, danced like a star, and is a star. Chehon is a fantastic dancer, and he doesn't want to critique his style, but wants to give him some advance. As a ballet dancer, it gives him placement, brilliant technique, and a great core, which he'll need for every routine in the show. He needs to be careful, though to not overcompensate by turning his feet in. He needs to ejoy it more, as it's no longer classical. He wants him to just give into it more and enjoy the music

Mary thought it was a great routine, but also recognized Chehon's feet problems. However, when he corrects the feet issues, he is sailing with his body across the floor. He can really move and does it in a really dynamic way. As far as Witney, he thinks she's in need of some serious transportation. Of course she's on the hot tamale train, as she's been there from her first audition. She just got a first class ticket, although Nigel adds she is in her own genre. Kenny can't bring everyone back to earth, as Witney brought us into space. It was like Marilyn Monroe in Some Like it Hot, but was hotter. He wants Chehon to trust in the choreographers and believe in himself, as he's so talented.

Tiffany Maher, 19, is nicknamed T-Maher-Star, has baby hands, once had a pet duck, and likes laying on the beach. Her partner is George Lawrence II, 19, whose dad is George the I (natch). His favorite color is green, he loves collard greens, hates being outside, is camera shy, and had a pet frog. I wonder how her duck and his frog would get along.

The two partners will be taking on an emotional contemporary routine, choreographed by Sonya Tayeh. She explains the routine is about when the stars are aligned for two people, leading them to see each other for who they really are. Their love is so strong it takes their breath away. Their touch turns to butter and they melt into each other. They dance to Turning Page by Sleeping at Last, and turn it into a beautiful Sonya routine. It would be hard to seem that connected to someone who is still relatively new to you.

Mary is breathless after watching the routine, and mentions living in the moment. She points out what Kenny had said to her about surrendering themselves to their choreography, and they both did every second and with every nuance. She had great expectations for George, and he certainly didn't disappoint. He is one of the best in the competition and is phenomenal. Tiffany may be a teeny little thing, but the strength that she possesses was effortless. She believes this number connected with everyone.

Kenny can only imagine how much fun it was to be in the room with Sonya to come to understand the piece and interpret it, and how much joy Sonya must have had to watch Tiffany and George tonight. They did surrender and were so generous for each other and there for one another. It brought him back and reminded him of his youth and the pain of youth and glory of youth, and ability we have when we're young. They were breathtaking to watch. They spilled it.

Nigel can't remember that far back, but tells Sonya he remembers her being a quirky choreographer. Now she's going through a soft, romantic period, and has even grown her hair out. He thinks she's found love. Tiffany and George are a wonderful couple and dance right to the end of their fingertips, so that when she gives them a contraction, it means even more. He particularly loved the lift and vulnerability of giving themselves to each other.

Janaya French, 20, wants to meet Shamu, loves fuzzy socks, and hates orange socks and Chucky. She's partnered with Brandon Mitchell, 27, from Kansas City, Kansas, who is severely allergic to cats and dogs, and whose little brother just set the world record in the long jump for 8-year-olds. Well, that last one isn't really about him, is it?

These two will be taking on hip-hop with Napoleon and a very pregnant Tabitha D'Umo. The story is about a guy who is an alcoholic who must choose between the bottle and the love of his life. They can't do the routine unless they're on the same page. Brandon knows this is the type of piece that could touch people's lives, but he knows they're not quite at that point with it yet. They dance the routine to Take Care by Drake (feat. Rihanna). As a contemporary routine it would be awesome, as a hip hop routine it puts another interesting element onto it. By the way, he makes the right choice in the end.

Kenny tells Tabitha and Napoleon that he loves watching hip hop turning into a deeper language, and to be able to tell a story with it is refreshing, exciting, and promising. He believed every word of the story as if Janaya and Brandon were speaking. He felt the frustration, struggle, the love, and the desire to help this guy.

Nigel believes Tabitha and Napoleon were very clever, as they didn't expose the rough and toughness that usually comes with hip hop. They smoothed it out, which allowed them to get away with certain things. Janaya needs to lower her core in hip hop, but was pleased Brandon chose her over the vodka. If someone would ask him to choose Mary or vodka, he'd choose Mary every single time … because he only drinks Scotch whiskey. Mary doesn't comment on that, but says she loved how deeply Brandon went into character making it completely believable. Janaya needed to be more gritty and should have shown herself fighting for this relationship. Nigel asks them to pull their socks up and do even more.