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Huge: Episode 1.01: "Hello, I Must Be Going"

Will arrives at camp and struggles to find her place.

Pretty Little Liars: Episode 1.04: "Can You Hear Me Now?"

Tired of being harassed by "A" the girls decide to put a stop to the anonymous e-mails and text messages by blocking all unknown users. But just because the mysterious ghost isn't looming over their heads, the girls' problems are far from over. With a surprise visit by a father, a surprise gift from a prospective paramour, getting some unwanted advice and an unwanted scholarly accolade - the girls' lives continue to get more complicated by the day. And after dealing with all of that, do the Pretty Little Liars really think they could keep "A" away forever?

Persons Unknown: Episode 1.04: "Exit One"

While Bill tries to blackmail Charlie, Janet and Joe are permitted to take a taxi out of town - but where are they going?

Make It or Break It: Episode 2.01: "Friends Close, Enemies Closer"

The girls question Sasha's decision to take on the National Committee.

Losing It with Jillian: Episode 1.05: "The Vivio Family"

Jillian must rally the Vivios around Elijah and reverse the damage that has been done.

Happy Town: Episode 1.06: "Questions and Antlers"

The interrogation of John Haplin about missing Lauryn Ward intensifies; Tommy views the future of his relationship with Big Dave anxiously after having a nightmare; Merritt and Peggy form an unlikely bond.

Last Comic Standing: Episode 7.04: "Week 4"

The comics are in full swing, taking their acts to the semi-finals at L.A.'s Alex Theater.

B. Alan Orange