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What to Watch: This Weekend (June 18-20)

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Simon learns that his teacher is gay on Beautiful People, Lafayette has something to prove to Tara on True Blood, and The Real L Word premieres on Sunday!

Friday, June 18

9:00 pm Shameless, Sundance (1 hr) NEW
Jamie and Karen’s relationship is on the rocks after her miscarriage, and Liam wins a modeling contest. Later, Tom and Stan’s prank war gets out of hand.

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Saturday, June 19

10:00 pm Beautiful People, Logo (30 min) NEW
Simon’s music teacher comes over for dinner with his boyfriend—will everything turn into a big mess? Later, Simon and Kylie form a band and enter the Eurovision Song Contest.

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Sunday, June 20

9:00 pm True Blood, HBO (1 hr) NEW
Lafayette proves a point to Tara, and a crisis leads Eric to look back on an old mission. And is Sookie a pawn in Russell Edgington’s game? Also, Jason joins Andy on a drug bust.

Meet the ladies who inspired The L Word!

10:30 pm Holly’s World, E! (30 min) NEW
Former Girls Next Door star Holly Madison returns to primetime! Tonight, Holly goes on a blind date, leading to a serious chat with her mom. Will her gay buddy and former American Idol contestant Josh Strickland be there to console her?

10:00 pm The Real L Word, Showtime (1 hr) SERIES PREMIERE
Don’t miss this new series, profiling six real Los Angeles lesbians who inspired all of the drama for the GLAAD Media Award winning series, The L Word.

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