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What to Watch: Monday, July 4

TV Gayed is back! Glee actress Dot-Marie Jones judges three lesbians' drag performances on RuPaul's Drag U and Nancy walks around New York City with a suitcase full of grenades after she leaves her girlfriend in prison on Weeds.

What to Watch: Monday, July 4

8:00 pm Thirteen, IFC (2 hrs) NEW
Bisexual actress Evan Rachel Wood stars in this drama about a teenager's coming of age. Tracy Louise Freeland is the perfect daughter but when she becomes very close with a schoolmate, Evie Zamora (Nikki Reed), Tracy begins rebelling against her mother.

8:00 pm Happily Divorced, TV Guide (30 mins) REPEAT
If you haven't caught Fran Drescher's new comedy yet, here's your chance to get caught up with 3 back-to-back episodes. Based on Drescher's real-life marriage to Peter Marc Jacobson (the show's producer), Happily Divorced revolves around Fran and her husband who comes out after 18 years of marriage.

9:00 pm RuPaul's Drag U, Logo (1 hr) NEW
Dot-Marie Jones guest stars in this week's episode as RuPaul's drag professors help three out lesbians build their inner confidence.

10:00 pm Weeds, Showtime (1 hr) NEW
Last week after Nancy left jail, she tracked down a mysterious key and cache she learned of through her prison girlfriend.  Now she's strolling around New York City with a suitcase full of grenades as her family comes looking for her. Here's a preview of tonight's episode:

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