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This week we’re barely putting up with The View

A guide to what we’re barely putting up with this week.

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The thoroughly engrossing Amy Winehouse documentary, Amy. In a sea of music docs, this one stands out as much as its subject often did.

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The impeccable food styling on ABC’s Poor Man’s Mad Men, The Astronaut Wives Club. As a drama, it doesn’t quite come together. As a primer on 1960s Jell-O-mold-based cooking, it’s fascinating.

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The return of VH1’s surprisingly tame, unsurprisingly ridiculous Dating Naked. Sure, there are four people swimming naked on a group date, but it’s far less gross than the fantasy suite episode on a season of The Bachelor.

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Pitbull’s new album/unofficial soundtrack to the club scenes in Ballers, Dale. Growl-singing club hits in any language is still just growl-singing club hits.

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Fox’s celebrities-are-on-your-doorstep game-show-type thing, Knock Knock: Live. It’s like those Publishers Clearing House ads, but instead of bringing you a big cardboard check, they’re bringing you Lea Michele!

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Lay’s annual “Do Us A Flavor” chip flavor contest. No one should let an online vote decide anything—especially anything that’s supposed to be edible.

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News about The View cast “shake ups.” “Hot Topics with Whoopi Goldberg” is the new “beating a dead horse.” Time to let it go. Not even Barbara Walters is watching anymore.

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