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The TVLine-Up: TV Worth Watching This Week

The TVLine-Up: TV Worth Watching This Week
Coming to your screen this week: no less than 30 season finales. (Consider your DVR warned!) So as but a supplement to the awesome features and original reporting TVLine has coming your way, here is a rundown of all the season-ending questions you should anticipate — plus four “regular” shows to keep on your radar.

Monday, May 16

8/7c Chuck (NBC) | Will Sarah survive the Norseman attack? (I hope so, or else Season 5 is going to be a real buzzkill.)

8 pm 90210 (The CW) | Will Nay graduate along with the rest of the gang?

8 pm How I Met Your Mother (CBS) | At whose wedding
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Exclusive Interview: Jersey Shore‘s Annabelle DeSisto Reveals The Situation’s Pick-Up Line, “Can You Just Shut Up and Blow Me?”

Even though the second season of Jersey Shore drew to a close last week, the story of the Macaroni Rascals’ trip down to M.I.A. during the spring of 2010 has yet to be completed. After spotting some chatter in the comments section of our Jersey Shore Top Ten Catchphrase Countdown last week, we were able to track down the whereabouts of one Annabelle DeSisto, a Florida native and former Miss Teen Florida runner-up who cameoed on the second to last episode of the season. Along with her friend Lindsay, Annabelle met up with the Jersey Shore gang at the Miami superclub Space and ended up going back to the Metropole with The Situation, an evening which concluded with her putting Sitch in his place by exclaiming, “I never said anything about checkers, old man!” So how did the 21 year-old DeSisto, an aspiring actress who was on Spring Break in Miami with her friends,
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Camp Rock 2 Blu-Ray Review And Giveaway

The gang returns for Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam, and there are new faces, a new camp across the lake, and a new batch of songs to fuel the campy productions and teen antics. As syrupy as this strange, mid-budget excuse to string together music videos with Demi Lovato and the Jonas Brothers may be, it’s actually a pretty fun vehicle, and the kids are sure to love it.

Oddly, there is more meat to this run through than the original, and while the addition of a new camp rivalry may have much to do with that, I suspect it is mostly because returning to camp offer more to work with than simply going to camp.

Mitchie (Lovato) is bursting with excitement upon returning to Camp Rock, and the idea of jamming it up in the woodsy setting is all she can think about. Well, apart from seeing her friends again…
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