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10 Things You May Have Missed On TV This Week

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In this week's TV roundup, we take a scary look inside the home of Robert Blake, Britney Spears sings a capella and Cloris Leachman gets to first base twice.

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1.) John McCain does a cameo on Parks and Recreation.
Earlier in the week, we posted a clip of Leslie Knope meeting Barbara Boxer and Olympia Snowe. In the interest of bipartisanship, John McCain was there, too.

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2.) Amy Poehler and Ellen play karaoke roulette.
"I want your glove" is my favorite lyric from Bad Romance.


3.) Dr. Phil took us inside Robert Blake's home and it was terrifying.
Like A Beautiful Mind, but ugly.

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4.) Remember when Kreayshawn was a thing?
Thanks to Jimmy Kimmel, Kreayshawn's still a thing.

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5.) Britney Spears sang "Happy Birthday" a capella on the X Factor.
A lot of people thinks she sounds good here. One thing's for sure — she still has that raspy-baby thing going on.

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6.) Speaking of Britney, Glee had their second Britney Spears tribute episode.
And they have yet to do a single Mandy Moore song.

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7.) Adam Scott is a big movie nerd.
Just don't test him on it.


8.) Ermahgawd! A 52-year-old woman was allowed on The Voice.
You know you're in trouble when the judges dismissively call you a "firecracker."

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9.) Frank Ocean stuns the SNL audience with his performance of "Thinking About You."
Next time someone blames their shitty performance on the acoustics of SNL's studios, sit them down to watch this.

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10.) Cloris Leachmann makes out with Andy Cohen and Jeff Lewis on Watch What Happens Live.

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I really wanted to like Frank Ocean's album, cause ever piece of media was telling me it was awesome, but really I just don't get the appeal. And I wish Amy Poehler was my older sister.