10 Things You May Have Missed On TV This Week

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In this week's TV roundup, The Simpsons goes Gaga, Girls goes to Michigan, Anderson finds someone "dreadful" and the kids of Glee graduate.


1.) Anderson Cooper to Barbie Mom: "I just think you're dreadful."
"I would prefer to actually oversee my daughter's botox than actually having her go underground, finding a voodoo witch doctor or in fact getting it off the internet and administering it herself." Take note, parents. These are your options.

2.) And your American Idol is...
Guitar strumming white guy Philip Philips.

3.) The Kingslayer walks free on Game of Thrones.
Catelyn, what were you thinking?!


4.) Jimmy Fallon is back with another episode of Downtown Sixby.
Watch yourself, Lady Hedith.


5.) Hannah gives herself a true-to-life pep talk on Girls.
Nothing like the rush of insecurities that comes from visiting your hometown.


6.) Kristin Wiig says goodbye to SNL.
Look, I know this was posted earlier in the week, but isn't it sweet enough to watch again and again?


7.) Glee does graduation.
Rachel and Santana are off to New York, Finn's off the the army, Mercedes is headed to Hollywood and Kurt is stuck in Lima. Good, because all Glee needs is more story lines.


8.) Mother who sacrificed her legs to protect her children appears on Ellen.
Stephanie Decker, the mother who, in protecting her children from the tornado that destroyed their home, lost both of her legs, appeared on Ellen this week. Doctors told her that it would take over a year to learn to walk with prosthetics and here she is, only months later, standing up and dancing with Ms. DeGeneres herself!


9.) Here's the trailer for Magic Mike.
Are you sure Steven Soderbergh directed this?


10.) Lady Gaga comes to Springfield.
And Lisa is not having it.



I don't know how I feel about "Magic Mike"

On one hand, it's another horrible rom-com.

But on the other, it is Channing Tatum dancing around half-naked for most of the movie.

Decisions, decisions...