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Monday, June 4
On June 4, 1989, the Chinese “People’s Liberation Army” cleared Tiananmen Square of the thousands of protesters who had gathered to speak out against the oppression of China’s Communist government and the grossly disparate lifestyles of the Chinese people and government officials. There is no official death toll from that date, but estimates range between 200 and 7,000 civilian deaths. The Chinese government still forbids any open discussion of the event, sanctioned history textbooks contain little to no information regarding the event, and internet searches with the words “Tiananmen Square” or “June 4″ bring back only government approved versions of the event or result in a temporary server crash.
The Bachelorette (ABC 8pm) Emily and the remaining bachelors travel to Bermuda; John and Nate join Emily on a two-on-one date; the men race sailboats on the group date.
So much for keeping it real, eh, Emily?
America’s Got Talent (NBC 8pm) Auditions continue in Austin, Texas.
Drink every time someone talks about keeping Austin weird.
Hell’s Kitchen (Fox 8pm) Premiere: The chefs must make their signature dishes; one contestant is sent home.
Gordon Ramsay’s summer time takeover of the Fox network begins in earnest tonight.
The Secret Life of the American Teenager (ABC Family 8pm) Finale: Anne shares important news with her family; Ben tours Dylan’s school and must decide if he wants to transfer.
Renewal Status: It’s renewed, because there are still so many bad decisions that the characters just haven’t had an opportunity to make yet.
American Ninja Warrior (NBC 9pm) The top 30 finishers from the Northeast region preliminary round take on a more challenging course.
And everybody thought parkour was just a silly fad with no applicable skills for the real world.
MasterChef (Fox 9pm) Premiere: The hopefuls prepare their signature dishes for the judges.
Gordon Ramsay, Graham Elliot, and Joe Bastianbitch return to crush the hopes and dreams of hundreds of people who think that the hours they’ve spent watching The Food Network somehow translates into actual cooking talent.
The Real Housewives of New York City (Bravo 9pm) Premiere: Sonja throws a party for the new ladies, Aviva, Carole, and Heather; LuAnn is annoyed at Ramona over her comments about parenting; the new ladies agree to never become mean.
Are these women ever sober?
Are You Normal, America? (OWN 9pm) Episode: Is it normal to pee in the shower? Calling out the “wrong name.”
Now I’ll be thinking about Seinfeld all day. Thanks a lot, Oprah.
Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations (The Travel Channel 9pm) Tony discovers a rice and shrimp dish wrapped in a banana leaf; eating fresh snapper on Monkey Beach.
It’s better than eating fresh monkeys on Monkey Beach.
Push Girls (The Sundance Channel 10pm) Premiere: Angela attempts to restart her modeling career; Tiphany and Mia examine their romantic relationships; Auti considers motherhood.
It’s like Murderball except with girls and less basketball. Maybe no basketball. I actually know nothing about the quantity of basketball in this show, but it looks freaking awesome.
What will you be watching tonight?
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