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Brandon has a serious hero/villain complex and I don't want to deal with it. He needs to stop blaming pretty girls for being pretty while he's a married "man of God." That's his problem. Not theirs.

This is how women end up in burqas.

“Survivor: South Pacific” player Mikayla Wingle is an attractive, confident 22-year-old girl with a hot body and major athletic chops. That’s a problem for Brandon Hantz, a married 19-year-old who apparently blames her for the fact that she’s scantily clad— On a beach! On Survivor! In the South Pacific! The nerve! — flirtatious and proud of her body. He doesn’t trust her. Because he doesn’t trust himself.

The name of the second episode was “He Has Demons” and that’s how Coach tried to explain Brandon’s extreme discomfort around Mikayla. Apparently he was naughty in the past and he wants Mikayla gone so he won’t be tempted again. Or something.

Brandon calls MikaylaParvati” and means it as a serious diss. But don’t get him wrong! He doesn’t want people to think he’s like his uncle Russell Hantz, whose name will undoubtedly come up every single episode, thanks to the kid who doesn’t want to be linked to him. He wants to redeem the family name. Right after he lies to Coach, insults women and somehow decides Parvati screwed a lot of guys just because she played smart social and strategic games. (Russell is the one who screwed Parv out of the H&V win. She went down with his ship.)

At least Brandon came clean at the tribal council — admitting that he lied to Coach when he said Christine and Stacey were going to vote for Mikayla — but … what’s his issue? Is it just genetic or has he spent way too much time with Russell and he just can’t help himself?

It just shows that people have to be careful what they say in this game. Episode 2 and Brandon is already pegged as a liar — and a fool for going after one of the strongest members of his tribe. (The women gave the men a head start in the immunity challenge; the guys are the ones who screwed that up.)

And Christine? Christine was a victim of her own mouth on the premiere, saying Coach and Ozzy were temporary players. For a lot of veterans that would mean nothing, but Coach’s ego is wafer thin and he never forgets any slight — real or perceived. She had to go. But having Christine voted to Redemption Island doesn’t make me too confident in these spoilers.

Catch up on my “Survivor” stories in this archive.

I'm with her on the pockets, even if they do bulk up the hips. Convenience is key. Bye Bryce! I'll think of you next time I listen to Lady Gaga.

What women want is not to have their boyfriend or husband designing their garments. Because, chances are, most of them are designing for the little man downstairs. Like Anthony The Human Stereotype, who tells Bert he is a “booby monster” and that his special lady friend is “a hot piece of tushie.” He even motorboats a mannequin with excitement. Bada bing!

I loooooove this look. I wish I had a shot of the shoes, which just perfect the whole thing. Not a fan of Joshua M.'s mood swings, but this is gorgeous.

On “Project Runway” Season 9 Episode 8, “What Women Want,” the designers had men as their clients, but they had to design for the men’s wives or girlfriends. (It’d be awesome if one of the guys had both — and the wife and mistress got into a brawl on the runway.)

Good for drama, bad for the designers. Every season the designers hate the “real woman” type challenges, because the human body scares them.

Olivier’s model also has “ginormous” boobs and he doesn’t like that. “Those boobs to me are trouble.” Ha! He also doesn’t like fat people. Or clients who speak. And his clients don’t like what he does. I never like what he does. Olivier is hilarious, though. The stuff he says in his deadpan drone! Love hearing him swear. It’s like hearing your quiet alien grandpa swear.

Bryce starts crying because he misses his boyfriend. And because he hasn’t won a challenge yet. And because his client loves pink. Josh is unhappy because his clients want things to be simple and there’s nothing simple about him or his aesthetic. However, his simple black dress is stunning. Good for him. For once. Laura Kathleen thinks his dress is too simple, but she’s in Barbie mode and I liked Josh’s look much more than hers. Her client’s wife is an older version of a Barbie doll. She’s a classic Real Housewife type which, Laura notes, is the kind of woman who often has the money to buy clothes. So she’s the perfect test client.

Love Viktor's look, too. But I really just love the necklace and really *like* the rest of it.

Viktor is on to something. He’s like this dark horse that is slowly getting better each week. He didn’t start strong, but he’s doing well now. And the top 9 Season 9 designer just showed at Fashion Week and Viktor’s collection was pretty good. I didn’t care for most of the collections, but his is growing on me.

My boy Anthony Ryan had a nice idea — recreating the favorite dress his client lost at one point. I think that’s sweet. However, he is a designer on a competitive TV show and just recreating an old-fashioned dress may not have been the best idea.


Laura Kathleen — Total Real Housewives of Beverly Hills look. Or RH of anywhere. As classy as a braless dress that shows off the ta-tas can be. JUDGES: SAFE (She wasn’t happy to be “safe.” Did she expect to be in the top 3? With that?)

Anthony Ryan — He likes the way the red pops but he wishes there were more of himself in the dress. Me, too. Nice idea, but it’s about you as much as the client and his wife. JUDGES: LOWER SCORES. The client explains the “favorite dresses” story. Malin said the first thing she thought it was her old cheerleading outfit or she’s a cigarette girl. It doesn’t look hip to Heidi. The white belt makes her look boxy and with no waist, Nina said. Nina is shocked that Anthony thought that white belt looked good. Heidi calls it “super safe and super boring.” They think it’s an ugly uniform dress. Uh oh.

Seriously? This almost won? Trashy and fugly. Not a fan, but the judges worship Anya.

Bert — Short tight shiny Jersey Shore look, but with a touch of Bert’s class. JUDGES: LOWER SCORES. The clients love it. They don’t know why they are at the bottom. MK said it was made beautifully and cut well, but it looks like a dress that you could buy at a million stores. It shows off her boobs but it’s not creative. Nina pulls her short, tight, shiny line as I knew she would!

Joshua — That black dress that I love with blue shoes. I like it. The shoes and all. I really do. JUDGES: HIGHER SCORES. Heidi is shocked that Josh did not “bedazzle” her. He nailed it. Michael Kors says she looks like a modern Grace Kelly. And he loves the shoes, too. Nina says “wow.” WINNER

Bryce — It’s just all pink. Too much pink, although a cute-ish style otherwise. Not too exciting. JUDGES: LOWER SCORES. Nina says there are too many details from the pockets and the lines in the back and the belt. The dress is wearing her. There’s too much going on. Malin likes the pockets. True! More dresses need pockets. Malin said it doesn’t look like it was made well for her. Heidi only likes the color. The pockets are too big. You don’t want that stuff on your thighs. MK said the tailoring is so off. “It looks like she slept in the car on the way to the wedding.” HE’S OUT.

Kimberly — I love her model. She’s working it. But I don’t think the skirt is flattering. Then again, baby got booty for real. She’s showing it off, as she should. JUDGES: SAFE

Olivier — We’ve seen that top before, haven’t we? This looks a lot like Kimberly’s gold winning look for Nina Garcia. JUDGES: SAFE

My boy Anthony Ryan needs to be careful. Yes, he recreated a dress that she loved, but this is a fashion show and he needs to think about what will impress the judges, too.

Anya — Very busy asymmetrical outfit. Not into it. JUDGES: HIGHER SCORES. Really? Come on. Their Anya favoritism is getting old. Bert compared the sleeve to a hostess from the Tiki Tiki lounge. It looks like a cougar jungle look. Trashy. Nina loves the print, but not the sleeve. It was the model’s choice to hide one arm. Malin Akerman likes the sleeve and would wear this on the red carpet.

Viktor — Love this! Love his model, too. It’s so him. JUDGES: HIGHER SCORES. His model is an attorney and the couple is so cute and quirky. Love the necklace he added, too. MK said she didn’t need the bag. Nina called it “charming” but she could lose the glasses.


Catch up on my “Project Runway” stories in this nifty archive.

Here are Dawn, Albert and Whitney, one list's final 3. True? False? Way too early to say.

*Update* Read my live finale blog here.

Bless them for trying, but they’re already on shaky ground. The whole Redemption Island twist makes “Survivor” spoilers harder than ever, but arc168 jumped head-first into the fray on the Spoilers Sucks board and released this “Survivor: South Pacific” boot list on Aug. 26:

Out before MERGE:

JOHN COCHRAN re-enters the game at merge
MARK CARUSO med-evac right after merge (at camp im told)

Out AFTER merge (Upolu “pagonging”):

ALBERT DESTRADE re-enters the game at F5


Albert/Dawn/Whitney FINAL THREE.

Semhar just left (to go to Redemption Island) on the premiere and Rick is doing fine. So ... already wrong?


The same poster added these teasers:

-A male tries to oust Ozzy early but it backfires bigtime
-A male dominates redemption island similarly to Matt last season
-One of the girls uses the flirt card 10x more than Parvati ever did
-There is one medevac near the merge

-For Coach’s fans out there, you will probably be satisfied with his placement
-One of the older women plays a very aggressive, strategic game while maintaining a “motherly” image kind of like Tina. I think she will be a new Sucks favorite. [Guess: Dawn?]
-A male is idoled out of the game shortly following the merge. maybe one of the better blindsides in recent seasons? Very possibly.


But Semhar was just voted out on the Sept. 14 premiere, not Rick. It sounded like the poster was definitive about it being Rick as the first boot, not the first Redemption boot. Still, there’s a good chance we can read this as Rick being the first *official* boot if he is voted out next week and Semhar beats him at the duel.

If that final 3 is accurate, would Albert get a win for actually using the Redemption Island twist for redemption?

Get to know the full cast here. I’m rooting for John — excuse me — “Cochran.” He’s a charmer!


Catch up on my “Survivor” stories in this nifty archive.

Anya's collection was pretty and relaxing and I can see a lot of women wanting to wear her clothes ... unless they already have them.

*** Oct. 27 Post-Finale Update*** Anya won. I think she won a long time ago in the judges’ eyes, but certainly the second she decided to do a resort-wear collection. That’s the way to Michael’s and Nina’s hearts. (See Gretchen.) I still think Viktor should’ve won, but of the final two I’d pick Joshua over Anya. ***End Update***

The “Project Runway” Season 9 finale collections just showed at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week on Sept. 9 in NYC. Overall, I think it was with more of a whimper than a bang. Everything was much too quiet. Nothing went to 8, never mind 11.

Just from the photos posted on Blogging Project Runway, I saw a lot of casual, resort wear stuff and things I feel like I could’ve bought in a catalog last year. But I never wanted to. (Stop trying to make me buy diaper-type shorts!)

If they do the usual thing, six of these collections are decoys and only three are finalists. I can’t tell who is in the running and who isn’t since they are all so dialed-down.

Joshua M. and Anthony Ryan had the most "edgy" collections and I do like this Josh look.

Here's another flowy Anya look. Easy breezy beautiful. Reminds me of Uli. Funny, Josh is reminding me of Jeffrey and Anya reminds me of Uli. Only scaled down versions. Can they just air the Season 3 finale again, instead?

I’ve never been a big Anya Ayoung-Chee fan, but to me her collection is the strongest of the nine designers who showed. I would also put Joshua McKinley on the list of possible winners. Wouldn’t it be just like “Project Runway” to reward the “villain” again?

But even for my top two, Anya and Josh, I feel like I’ve seen stronger versions before. Even my boy Anthony Ryan Auld didn’t wow me, although he certainly has the quirky/eccentric things going for him. At least he went for something odd. (Those wigs!)

*Update* The more I look at these collections, the more I like Viktor’s and the less I like Joshua’s. There’s just no cohesion with Josh’s and some of it is way off. I do like individual pieces, though.

But where’s the originality? The creativity? The attempt to surprise and impress? Am I just being fussy and way too out of it in terms of what’s next?

Here are my impressions after viewing the collections, posted benevolently by the lovely and amazing Blogging Project Runway, where you can go to see all of the collections right now. What are you thinking? Anya, Josh and … who else makes the finals? Maybe Laura Kathleen, Viktor or Bert? Will Josh not make it at all, due to those ugly lime green shorts? He is all over the place, but at least he has a couple of looks that stand out.


The “Project Runway” Season 9 Finale Collections

(Click on each designer’s name to see his or her full collection.)

Viktor and his collection are both growing on me by the day.

Laura Kathleen: Surprised so many veterans chose this as their favorite. I feel like I’ve seen most of it before. I don’t think she was a finalist, I think she’s one of the decoys. (*Note* That was my first impression. After having seen everything, now I’m not at all surprised this was a favorite collection. It’s less to do with Laura’s looks being great than the other designers’ looks being sub-par. I do like that first gold chain skirt and the fifth look.)

Bert Keeter: Very simple and chic. Classy. Everything looks very well made. But I also think he’s a decoy. No wow here for me. (*Note* Looking back, I think Bert has one of the best collections. But it’s just so quiet I can’t get excited about it. I want a strong reaction to the clothes, not just “Yeah, that was good.”)

Bryce Black: I don’t like this, although the last look is all right. Not surprised to not like this, since Bryce has been up and down all season, but mostly down for me.  He was one of my pre-season favorites but it just didn’t work out.

What's with the wigs, Anthony Ryan? The mixed prints are interesting and seem very "right now" — even though I'm not going to dress like that —but are they what's next?

Anthony Ryan Auld: It’s like a mix of Mondo’s mixed prints and Gretchen’s casual style. What’s with the wigs? It doesn’t look like a winning collection to me, which is sad since at this point he’s still my favorite designer of the season. Does he get knocked out before the finale, too?

I do NOT like this look, I just wanted to give an example of Olivier's Vulcan thing.

Viktor Luna: I had high hopes for this one, since lately Viktor has put up some gorgeous skirts and dresses. This disappoints, although I do like the top on the first look. I’m starting to get nervous since so far NO ONE has put up even a single “wow!” look for me. I don’t want to buy any of this and even last season I wanted to buy something from Gretchen, Mondo, Andy, Michael C. and even April. (*Note* The more I look at this collection, the more I like it — especially in comparison to everything else. I’m just underwhelmed by everyone. I miss the collections from Seasons 1, 3 an 4!)

Kimberly Goldson: I had high hopes for Kimberly, too, but this is not inspiring me. What is going on, y’all?

Olivier Green: I want Olivier to make it to the end just so we can see his home and meet his family. I’m curious. His finale models all have extreme eyebrows — he’s not doing  *quite* the frosted thing he did in the pet challenge, but it’s just as distracting. I hate the styling. They look like Vulcan princesses. I don’t like what I’m seeing here either. Maybe I’m just completely out of it, fashion-wise.

Anya Ayoung-Chee: I think we have our winner. Michael Kors is going to die over this resort wear collection. It’s like Uli lite, but since no one else this season is even close to Uli caliber, I think this will take it.

I like Josh M.'s last two looks and how they fit together, but some of the other stuff seemed like it came out of someone else's collection.

Joshua McKinley:  The more I look at this, the more I like it — at least in comparison to everyone else this season. I’m into the prints, although … what is happening at the bottom there on the fifth look? It’s bad, whatever it is. At least more than one piece is standing out to me — especially the last two looks in a row. They feel kind of Jeffrey Sebelia. I’m not seeing a lot of continuity, though. Just the shoes. And the first look — which is always supposed to “wow,” according to Heidi — is too simple. Why did he start there?


What do you think of these looks? Overall impressions? Favorites? Least favorites?

Catch up on my other “Project Runway” stories in this nifty archive.

Hmm... I wasn't even sure this would be in the top 3, never mind win.

It’s too bad I wasn’t around to write about last week’s Episode 6 of “Project Runway” Season 9. For once, I loved the challenge.

“The Art of the Matter” sent the designers to work with art students to collaborate on a painting, then create an avant-garde outfit inspired by the art. Love that idea. Love some of the results, but overall I was disappointed that the designers didn’t really go for it, since some of those paintings were gorgeous. I was inspired looking at them, so why weren’t they inspired to design?

It's time to stop pretending Olivier is still on the show for his design prowess. Too many boring/odd looks in a row to justify.

Yes, Olivier. I mean you.

He should’ve gone home for that look. I’m not sure why they chose Joshua C. to return the week before — Julie, you got stiffed! — but he didn’t deserve to get auf’d again. Not for that wolf look. Olivier’s garment was 1,000 times worse. Even Heidi Klum started snoring and she worships Olivier. I like the kid, too. I think he’s a human fascinator in that he’s just so captivating to look at and listen to — the grandpa sweaters! the monotone! that accent! — but his designs are not up to par.

Weirdly enough, my #1 favorite designer, Anthony Ryan, won this week for a look I didn’t like. I was with the “safe” designers in the back room, not sure whether he would be in the top or the bottom. I was worried about him, since he was just saved last week after that horrible group challenge. Heidi didn’t want him to stick around, but this week she thought his avant-garde look was the best.

I still think Anthony should’ve won the first three challenges, but now I’m wondering if he’ll be tarred as “overrated” or the teacher’s pet or something. I was embarrassed for him when I saw some of his art brush strokes falling off the dress. And that hem. Michael Kors has called people out on hems like that before, saying if they mean for it to be frayed they have to REALLY go for it so it’s exaggerated and obvious. I think my boy got a free pass this week. Kenneth Cole was right to challenge Anthony.

It pains me to say it, but I think Josh M. had the best look. He wasn’t so annoying this week and even though the judges loved his skirt — with his nod to his mom — I loved the top. And why did the judges call out the hair and styling as too much? That kind of styling has always been part of avant-garde looks. I thought it was great. Also loved Laura Kathleen’s model. Her dress was kind of a lemon pie, but her model really sold the look for me. I was proud of Bert for his unusual silhouette. But I think he was lucky that Nina Garcia wasn’t around to roll her eyes at it.

Josh M. has an attitude problem, but I do love this look.

I loved having an avant-garde challenge, but maybe they should’ve shown more examples of what it means to be avant-garde, since everyone kept saying the term over and over again, but no one seemed to really agree on what it meant. My brain told me Josh M. and Anya had looks that fit the bill, but my boy Anthony didn’t. But what do I know.

Here’s my finale prediction: I see Anya, Anthony Ryan and … probably Josh M. in the final three. We should find out soon if I’m right or way off.

Catch up on my “Project Runway” stories in this archive.

I like the three new DWTS pros, especially Irish Tristan.

I don’t envy my friend “Survivor” for having to go against “X-Factor” at 8 p.m. on Wednesdays.  That could be rough.  At least “America’s Next Top Model” is sticking to 9 p.m. But, actually, I don’t think they’re safe either since “X-Factor” seems to be doing a two-hour premiere (8 to 10 p.m. Wed. Sept. 21) and then some one-and-a-half-hour episodes. Oh well.

“Dancing With the Stars” Season 13 should be interesting. Read more news, gossip and other stuff about DWTS here at Wetpaint’s nifty site.

A ton of stuff is starting or returning in September, so here’s the schedule as copied wholesale from the lovely and amazing AOL TV Squad:

Thursday, September 1
9:00 – ‘Selling New York’ (HGTV) 3rd season finale
9:00 – ‘Smoking Gun Presents’ (TruTV) 11th season finale
9:00 – ‘Sweet Home Alabama’ (CMT) 1st season finale
10:00 – ‘I’m Pregnant And…’ (Health) 3rd season premiere
10:00 – ‘Perisher: Do or Die’ (Military) 1st season finale
10:00 – ‘Rising: Rebuilding Ground Zero’ (Discovery) 1st season finale
10:00 – ‘Texas Women’ (CMT) 1st season finale
10:30 – ‘Ugly Americans’ (Comedy) 2nd season finale
11:00 – ‘The Green Room with Paul Provenza’ (Showtime) 2nd season finale
11:00 – ‘Last Cup: Road to the World Series of Beer Pong’ (Spike) special presentation
Friday, September 2
12:00AM – ‘Childrens Hospital’ (Cartoon) 3rd season finale
9:00PM – ‘Man, Woman, Wild’(Discovery) 2nd season premiere
Saturday, September 3
7:30 – ‘Bathtastic Top 10: Easiest Projects Ever’ (DIY) special presentation
8:00 – ‘Game Time’ (NBC) original telefilm
8:00 – ‘Saturday Night College Football’ (ABC) 6th season premiere
10:00 – ‘I Faked My Own Death’ (Discovery) series premiere
10:00 – ‘The Invaders’ (NatGeo Wild) 1st season finale

Sunday, September 4
8:00 – ‘Cooking School Confidential’ (Cooking) special presentation
8:00 – ‘Sunday Best’ (BET) 4th season finale
9:00 – ‘All American Handyman’ (HGTV) 2nd season premiere
9:00 – ‘Las Vegas Jailhouse’ (TruTV) 4th season premiere

Monday, September 5
8:00 – ‘When Pop Culture Saved America’ (Bio) special presentation
8:00 – ‘The Secret Life of the American Teenager’ (ABC Family) 4th season mid-season finale
9:00 – ‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ (Bravo) 2nd season premiere
10:00 – ‘The Glades’ (A&E) 2nd season finale
10:00 – ‘Children of 9/11’ (NBC) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Flying Anvils 2011’ (Science) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Swamp Loggers’ (Discovery) 4th season mid-season premiere
10:00 – ‘Turf War’ (DIY) 2nd season finale

Tuesday, September 6
8:00 – ‘G4’s Proving Ground’ (G4) 1st season finale
8:00 – ‘I Survived … 9/11’ (Bio) special presentation
8:30 – ‘Big Law: Deputy Butterbean’ (ID) 1st season finale
9:00 – ‘Take the Money and Run’ (ABC) 1st season finale
10:00 – ‘Combat Hospital’ (ABC) 1st season finale
10:00 – ‘Frontier Force’ (National Geographic) series premiere
10:00 – ‘The Rachel Zoe Project’ (Bravo) 4th season premiere
10:00 – ‘Sons of Anarchy’ (FX) 4th season premiere
11:30 – ‘Repo Games’ (Spike) 1st season finale

Wednesday, September 7
8:00 – ‘SEC Stories: Hershel Walker on ESPNU’ (ESPN) special presentation
8:00 – ‘Famous Food’ (VH1) 1st season finale
8:00 – ‘Sleep Sex’ (Health) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Inside the NFL’ (Showtime) 35th season premiere
9:00 – ‘Saved’ (Animal Planet) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Paranormal Witness’ (Syfy) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Pawn 90210’ (E!) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Rescue Me’ (FX) series finale

Thursday, September 8
8:30 – ‘CBS Fall Preview’ (CBS) special presentation
8:30 – ‘Sunday Night Football: New Orleans @ Green Bay’ (NBC) 25th season premiere
9:00 – ‘Burn Notice’ (USA) 5th season mid-season finale
9:00 – ‘Most Valuable Players’ (OWN) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Futurama’ (Comedy) 6th season finale
10:00 – ‘Rookie Blue’ (ABC) 2nd season finale
10:00 – ‘Suits’ (USA) 1st season finale
10:00 – ‘Wilfred’ (FX) 1st season finale
10:00 – ‘Yard Crashers’ (DIY) 6th season finale
10:30 – ‘Louie’ (FX) 2nd season finale

Friday, September 9
9:00 – ‘9/11: The Days After’ (History) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Mel Brooks and Dick Cavett Together Again’ (HBO) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Torchwood: Miracle Day’ (Starz) 4th season finale

Saturday, September 10
7:30 – ‘NASCAR Sprint Cup: Richmond’ (ABC) special presentation
8:00 – ‘US Open Women’s Tennis Championship’ (CBS) special presentation
8:00 – ‘Cops’ (FOX) 24th season premiere
9:00 – ‘Jabberwock’ (Syfy) original telefilm
9:00 – ‘The Love We Make’ (Showtime) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Voices from Inside the Towers’ (History) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Bad Dog!’ (Animal Planet) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Beyond: Messages from 9/11’ (Bio) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Portraits from Ground Zero’ (A&E) special presentation
11:00 – ‘Outnumbered’ (BBC America) 1st season finale
11:30 – ‘Friday Night Dinner’ (BBC America) 1st season finale

Sunday, September 11
7:00 – ‘Football Night in America’ (NBC) 6th season premiere
8:00 – ‘9/11: 10 Years Later’ (CBS) special presentation
8:00 – ‘America Remembers 9/11’ (PBS) special presentation
8:00 – ‘Cupcakes Wars’ (Food) 3rd season finale
8:00 – ‘Making the 9/11 Memorial’ (History) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew’ (VH1) 5th season finale
9:00 – ‘The Space Between’ (USA) special presentation
9:00 – ‘True Blood’ (HBO) 4th season finale
9:00 – ‘Twins of the Twin Towers’ (OWN) special presentation
9:30 – ‘In the Flow with Affion Crockett’ (FOX) 1st season finale
10:00 – ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ (HBO) 8th season finale
10:00 – ‘Dinosaur Revolution’ (Discovery) 1st season finale
10:00 – ‘Primetime: Remembrance and Renewal: 10 Years After the 9/11 Attacks’ (ABC) special presentation
10:00 – ‘World’s Smallest Man’ (TLC) special presentation
10:15 – ‘From the Ground Up’ (OWN) special presentation
10:20 – ‘Twin Towers’ (USA) special presentation
10:30 – ‘Entourage’ (HBO) series finale
11:45 – ‘Squidbillies’ (Cartoon) 6th season premiere

Monday, September 12
7:00 – ‘Monday Night Football: New England @ Miami’ (ESPN) 42nd season premiere
8:00 – ‘Bachelor Pad’ (ABC) 2nd season finale
8:00 – ‘Gaga by Gaultier’ (CW) special presentation
8:00 – ‘Kissinger’ (National Geographic) special presentation
9:00 – ‘2011 Miss Universe Pageant’ (NBC) special presentation
9:00 – ‘The Closer’ (TNT) 7th season mid-season finale
9:00 – ‘HGTV Design Star’ (HGTV) 6th season finale
9:00 – ‘Kate Plus 8’ (TLC) series finale
9:15 – ‘The CW 2011 Preview Special’ (CW) special presentation
10:00 – ‘The Best Thing I Ever Ate’ (Food) 6th season premiere
10:00 – ‘Killer Outbreaks’ (Animal Planet) 1st season finale
10:00 – ‘Rizzoli & Isles’ (TNT) 2nd season mid-season finale
10:00 – ‘Showhouse Showdown’ (HGTV) series premiere
10:15 – ‘Monday Night Football: Oakland @ Denver’ (ESPN) special presentation

Tuesday, September 13
7:00 – ‘Rise Up’ (ESPN) series premiere
8:00 – ‘90210’ (CW) 4th season premiere
8:00 – ‘It’s Worth What?’ (NBC) 1st season finale
8:00 – ‘Miracle Babies’ (NatGeo Wild) series premiere
9:00 – ‘Ringer’ (CW) series premiere
9:00 – ‘Wedding Fabulous: Sherri Shepherd Gets Married’ (Style) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Auction Hunters’ (Spike) 2nd season finale
10:00 – ‘Big Sexy’ (TLC) 1st season finale
10:00 – ‘Jacqueline Kennedy: In Her Own Words’ (ABC) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Parenthood’ (NBC) 3rd season premiere
10:30 – ‘Family Restaurant’ (WE) 1st season finale
10:30 – ‘I Hate My Bath’ (DIY) series premiere
11:00 – ‘Gordon Ramsay’s F Word’ (BBC America) 5th season finale

Wednesday, September 14
8:00 – ‘America’s Got Talent’ (NBC) 6th season finale
8:00 – ‘Buried Treasure’ (FOX) 1st season finale
8:00 – ‘H8R’ (CW) series premiere
8:00 – ‘Killing in the Name’ (HBO2) special presentation
8:00 – ‘Survivor: South Pacific’ (CBS) 23rd season premiere
8:30 – ‘Melissa & Joey’ (ABC Family) 1st season finale
8:30 – ‘My Design Life’ (Ovation) 1st season finale
9:00 – ‘America’s Next Top Model’ (CW) 17th season premiere
9:00 – ‘Miracle Babies’ (National Geographic) 1st season finale
9:30 – ‘Big Brother’ (CBS) 13th season finale
9:30 – ‘Operation Repo’ (TruTV) 9th season premiere
9:30 – ‘Outrageous Kid Parties’ (TLC) 2nd season finale
10:00 – ‘Damages’ (DirecTV Audience) 4th season finale
10:00 – ‘Hulk Hogan’s MCW’ (TruTV) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Necessary Roughness’ (USA) 1st season finale
10:00 – ‘Nightline Prime’ (ABC) 2nd season finale
10:00 – ‘Toddlers & Tiaras’ (TLC) 4th season mid-season finale
10:00 – ‘Up All Night’ (NBC) series premiere
10:30 – ‘Free Agents’ (NBC) series premiere
10:30 – ‘Storage Wars: Dallas’ (A&E) series premiere

Thursday, September 15
8:00 – ‘The Vampire Diaries’ (CW) 3rd season premiere
8:00 – ‘Wipeout’ (ABC) 4th season finale
9:00 – ‘Angels Among Us’ (CMT) series premiere
9:00 – ‘The Secret Circle’ (CW) series premiere
9:00 – ‘Secret Weapon of the Confederacy’ (National Geographic) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Beyond Scared Straight’ (A&E) 2nd season finale
10:00 – ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ (FX) 7th season premiere
10:00 – ‘LA Ink’ (TLC) series finale
10:30 – ‘Archer’ (FX) 3rd season premiere

Friday, September 16
6:00 – ‘Batman: The Brave and the Bold’ (Cartoon) 3rd season mid-season premiere
6:30 – ‘Young Justice’ (Cartoon) 1st season mid-season premiere
7:00 – ‘Generator Rex’ (Cartoon) 2nd season mid-season premiere
7:30 – ‘Ben 10: Ultimate Alien’ (Cartoon) 2nd season mid-season premiere
8:00 – ‘2011 NCLR ALMA Awards’ (NBC) special presentation
8:00 – ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ (Cartoon) 4th season premiere
9:00 – ’24/7: Mayweather/Ortiz’ (HBO) 12th season finale
9:00 – ‘Karaoke Battle USA’ (NBC) 1st season finale
9:00 – ‘Tanked’ (Animal Planet) 1st season finale
10:00 – ’20/20′ (ABC) 34th season premiere
10:00 – ‘Real Time with Bill Maher’ (HBO) 9th season mid-season premiere
10:30 – ‘Sugar High’ (Food) 1st season finale
11:00 – ‘Whisker Wars’ (IFC) 1st season finale

Saturday, September 17
9:00 – ‘Love Begins’ (Hallmark) original telefilm
10:00 – ‘Confronting’ (OWN) series premiere
10:00 – ‘I Faked My Own Death’ (Discovery) 1st season finale
11:00 – ‘Funny as Hell: Part 1’ (BBC America) special presentation

Sunday, September 18
7:00 – ‘Countdown to the Emmys’ (FOX) special presentation
8:00 – ’63rd Primetime Emmy Awards’ (FOX) special presentation
8:00 – ‘A Culinary Coup: The Launch of Ku de Ta’ (Cooking) special presentation
8:00 – ‘Shake It Up’ (Disney) series premiere
8:15 – ‘Sunday Night Football: Philadelphia @ Atlanta’ (NBC) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Hoarding: Buried Alive’ (TLC) 3rd season finale
10:00 – ‘Planet Rock: The Story of Hip Hop and the Crack Generation’ (VH1) special presentation

Monday, September 19
8:00 – ‘Dancing with the Stars’ (ABC) 13th season premiere
8:00 – ‘Eureka’ (Syfy) 4th season finale
8:00 – ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ (FOX) 9th season finale
8:00 – ‘House Crashers’ (DIY) 5th season premiere
8:00 – ‘How I Met Your Mother’ (CBS) 7th season premiere
8:00 – ‘The Sing-Off’ (NBC) 3rd season premiere
8:30 – ‘Monday Night Football: St. Louis @ NY Giants’ (ESPN) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Bath Crashers’ (DIY) 3rd season finale
9:00 – ‘Two and a Half Men’ (CBS) 9th season premiere
9:30 – ‘2 Broke Girls’ (CBS) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Castle’ (ABC) 4th season premiere
10:00 – ‘The Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen’ (Comedy) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Hawaii Five-0’ (CBS) 2nd season premiere
10:00 – ‘Intervention’ (A&E) 11th season finale
10:00 – ‘The Playboy Club’ (NBC) series premiere
10:30 – ‘Deadly 60’ (NatGeo Wild) 1st season finale

Tuesday, September 20
8:00 – ‘The Biggest Loser’ (NBC) 12th season premiere
8:00 – ‘Dancing with the Stars: Meet the Cast’ (ABC) special presentation
8:00 – ‘Glee’ (FOX) 3rd season premiere
8:00 – ‘NCIS’ (CBS) 9th season premiere
9:00 – ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ (CBS) 3rd season premiere
9:00 – ‘New Girl’ (FOX) series premiere
9:00 – ‘What Not to Wear’ (TLC) 9th season mid-season finale
9:30 – ‘Raising Hope’ (FOX) 2nd season premiere
10:00 – ‘Big Hair Alaska’ (TLC) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Body of Proof’ (ABC) 2nd season premiere
10:00 – ‘Born to Dance: Laurieann Gibson’ (BET) 1st season finale
10:00 – ‘Tosh.0’ (Comedy) 3rd season mid-season premiere
10:00 – ‘Unforgettable’ (CBS) series premiere
10:30 – ‘Workaholics’ (Comedy) 2nd season premiere
11:00 – ‘Web Therapy’ (Showtime) 1st season finale

Wednesday, September 21
8:00 – ‘The Middle’ (ABC) 3rd season premiere
8:00 – ‘Live from Lincoln Center: New York Philharmonic Opening Night with Deborah Voigt’ (PBS) special presentation
8:00 – ‘The X-Factor’ (FOX) series premiere
9:00 – ‘Criminal Minds’ (CBS) 7th season premiere
9:00 – ‘Harry’s Law’ (NBC) 2nd season premiere
9:00 – ‘Modern Family’ (ABC) 3rd season premiere
10:00 – ‘CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’ (CBS) 12th season premiere
10:00 – ‘Deadliest Warrior’ (Spike) 3rd season finale
10:00 – ‘The Hour’ (BBC America) 1st season finale
10:00 – ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’ (NBC) 13th season premiere
10:00 – ‘Not in Our Town: Light in the Darkness’ (PBS) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Restaurant: Impossible’ (Food) 2nd season finale
10:00 – ‘Revenge’ (ABC) series premiere
10:30 – ‘Animals Say the Wildest Things’ (NatGeo Wild) 1st season finale

Thursday, September 22
8:00 – ‘The Big Bang Theory’ (CBS) 5th season premiere
8:00 – ‘Charlie’s Angels’ (ABC) series premiere
8:00 – ‘Community’ (NBC) 3rd season premiere
8:00 – ‘Crude’ (Sundance) special presentation
8:30 – ‘Parks & Recreation’ (NBC) 4th season premiere
9:00 – ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ (ABC) 8th season premiere
9:00 – ‘The Office’ (NBC) 8th season premiere
9:00 – ‘Person of Interest’ (CBS) series premiere
9:00 – ‘The Ultimate Merger’ (TV One) 2nd season finale
9:30 – ‘Whitney’ (NBC) series premiere
10:00 – ‘The Mentalist’ (CBS) 4th season premiere
10:00 – ‘Prime Suspect’ (NBC) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Prison Diaries’ (TLC) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Sweet Genius’ (Food) series premiere

Friday, September 23
8:00 – ‘A Gifted Man’ (CBS) series premiere
8:00 – ‘Jurassic C.S.I.’ (National Geographic) 1st season finale
8:00 – ‘Kitchen Nightmares’ (FOX) 4th season premiere
8:00 – ‘Nikita’ (CW) 2nd season premiere
9:00 – ‘CSI: NY’ (CBS) 8th season premiere
9:00 – ‘Dateline NBC’ (NBC) 21st season premiere
9:00 – ‘Fringe’ (FOX) 4th season premiere
9:00 – ‘Ghost Adventures’ (Travel) 5th season premiere
9:00 – ‘Supernatural’ (CW) 7th season premiere
10:00 – ‘Blue Bloods’ (CBS) 2nd season premiere
10:00 – ‘The Dead Files’ (Travel) series premiere

Saturday, September 24
5:00 – ‘Dear Genevieve’ (HGTV) 5th season premiere
9:00 – ‘Morlocks’ (Syfy) original telefilm
10:00 – ’48 Hours Mystery’ (CBS) 25th season premiere
10:00 – ‘The Nerdist’ (BBC America) special presentation
10:30 – ‘Funny as Hell: Part 2’ (BBC America) special presentation
11:30 – ‘Saturday Night Live’ (NBC) 37th season premiere

Sunday, September 25
5:00AM – ‘2011 Prism Awards Showcase’ (National Geographic) special presentation
7:00PM – ’60 Minutes’ (CBS) 44th season premiere
7:00 – ‘Extreme Makeover: Home Edition’ (ABC) 9th season premiere
8:00 – ‘The Amazing Race’ (CBS) 19th season premiere
8:00 – ‘The Simpsons’ (FOX) 23rd season premiere
8:00 – ‘Stuffed: Food Hoarders’ (Cooking) special presentation
8:15 – ‘Sunday Night Football: Pittsburgh @ Indianapolis’ (NBC) special presentation
8:30 – ‘The Cleveland Show’ (FOX) 3rd season premiere
9:00 – ‘Boardwalk Empire’ (HBO) 2nd season premiere
9:00 – ‘Desperate Housewives’ (ABC) 8th season premiere
9:00 – ‘Drop Dead Diva’ (Lifetime) 3rd season finale
9:00 – ‘Family Guy’ (FOX) 10th season premiere
9:00 – ‘The Good Wife’ (CBS) 3rd season premiere
9:00 – ‘The Great Food Truck Race’ (Food) 2nd season finale
9:00 – ‘Jeff Dunham: Controlled Chaos’ (Comedy) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Sister Wives’ (TLC) 2nd season mid-season premiere
9:30 – ‘American Dad’ (FOX) 7th season premiere
10:00 – ‘The 33rd UNCF An Evening of Stars’ (BET) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Bar Rescue’ (Spike) 1st season finale
10:00 – ‘CSI: Miami’ (CBS) 10th season premiere
10:00 – ‘Dirty Soap’ (E!) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Pan Am’ (ABC) series premiere

Monday, September 26
8:00 – ‘Gossip Girl’ (CW) 5th season premiere
8:00 – ‘Terra Nova’ (FOX) series premiere
8:30 – ‘Monday Night Football: Washington @ Dallas’ (ESPN) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Cake Boss’ (TLC) 4th season mid-season premiere
9:00 – ‘Hart of Dixie’ (CW) series premiere
9:00 – ‘Top Gear’ (BBC America) 17th season finale
9:30 – ‘Mike & Molly’ (CBS) 2nd season premiere
10:00 – ‘Alphas’ (Syfy) 1st season finale
10:00 – ‘Weeds’ (Showtime) 7th season finale
10:30 – ‘The Big C’ (Showtime) 2nd season finale

Tuesday, September 27
8:00 – ‘Catching Hell’ (ESPN) special presentation
9:00 – ’19 Kids & Counting’ (TLC) 5th season mid-season premiere
9:00 – ’24 Hours in the ER’ (BBC America) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Chopped’ (Food) 9th season finale
10:00 – ‘The Little Couple’ (TLC) 4th season mid-season premiere
10:00 – ‘POV’ (PBS) 24th season finale

Wednesday, September 28
8:00 – ‘Love Translated’ (Health) special presentation
8:00 – ‘Position Among the Stars’ (HBO2) special presentation
8:30 – ‘Suburgatory’ (ABC) series premiere
9:00 – ‘Extreme Couponing’ (TLC) 2nd season premiere
9:00 – ‘Rocket City Rednecks’ (National Geographic) series premiere
9:30 – ‘Happy Endings’ (ABC) 2nd season premiere
10:00 – ‘Luther’ (BBC America) 2nd season premiere
10:00 – ‘Mad Scientists’ (National Geographic) series premiere
10:00 – ‘Storm Chasers’ (Discovery) 5th season premiere
10:30 – ‘Nick Swardson’s Pretend Time: Clip Show’ (Comedy) special presentation

Thursday, September 29
8:00 – ‘The Latino List’ (HBO) special presentation
8:30 – ‘How to Be a Gentleman’ (CBS) series premiere
10:00 – ‘I’m Pregnant And…’ (Health) 3rd season finale
10:00 – ‘Private Practice’ (ABC) 5th season premiere
10:30 – ‘Archer’ (FX) 3rd season mid-season finale

Friday, September 30
6:00 – ‘MLB Playoffs [TBD]’ (TBS) special presentation
9:00 – ‘Jessie’ (Disney) series premiere
9:30 – ‘MLB Playoffs [TBS]’ (TBS) special presentation
10:00 – ‘Haven’ (Syfy) 2nd season finale
10:00 – ‘Rat Busters NYC’ (Animal Planet) 1st season finale

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