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If you’re watching this season of Big Brother, most likely you’re crushin’ hard on Cody Calafiore. How can you not? Dude is sex on wheels. He’s probably one of the hottest guys to ever compete on the reality show’s sixteen seasons.

On last night’s episode, producers finally gave him some massive airtime. While he looked great in every scene, by far, his impromptu striptease was my favorite. He gave poor Jacosta (who was dehydrated and ill) a show she’ll never forget. Thank you BB gods. Relive the sexy moment below.

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Last year, producers added an LGBT character (Amber Tamblyn) to Two and a Half Men. This year, the CBS sitcom is upping the gay quotient. CBS Entertainment chairman Nina Tassler revealed Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer will get married on the series’ upcoming 12th season during a Television Critics Association press event on Thursday. Find out why and how below.

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Big Brother 16: Episode 10 – Executed Perfectly

In: Conway, TV Shows

After being dethroned as part of the challenge Nicole disappeared vanishing into thin air. Houseguests were concerned whether Nicole was coming back or not. As soon as houseguests were let back into the house they saw Nicole waiting, dressed head to toe in a frog costume. This is similar to the unitard punishments in the past. She must where the frog costume for an entire week.

Theme of the week is, backdoor Devin! That’s all people were focusing on whilst watching the live feeds, trying to stay up to date on who was in power and who was on the block. As of Sunday it was Caleb and Jocasta sitting next to one another on the block. Never a fun place to be however one of the two nominees would be coming off this week and a replacement would take their place. Shortly after the Battle of the Block competition Jocasta got seriously ill. She had a case of dehydration and was unfortunately unable to compete in the veto competition. But let’s be honest she wouldn’t have come close to winning anything.

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Robbie Rogers’ Life Inspires New Sitcom

In: Donovan, Totally GAY!, TV Shows

Dating Arrow producer Greg Berlanti certainly has its perks. It undoubtedly gives Robbie Rogers access to some of Hollywood’s biggest power players. I’m sure the genesis of this came about during some fabulous gay social gathering. reports that Universal Television has optioned a comedy series inspired by Rogers’ life. Robbie became the first openly gay man to compete in a top North American professional sports league, the LA Galaxy.

Craig Zadan and Neil Meron’s Storyline Entertainment will develop and produce a comedy series inspired by the 27-year-old athlete’s experiences. With Zadan and Meron on board, I have high hopes for this project. The duo have given us Hairspray, Smash and NBC’s live Sound of Music musical.

Would you watch a comedy based on Rogers’ life? Who do you think should play him on the potential series? My vote is for Zac Efron. Weigh in below.

Bravo Previews Its First Scripted Series

In: Donovan, TV Shows

For once, Bravo is airing a show featuring a group of women not fighting. Has hell frozen over? Watch out Housewives, there’s a new group of women vying to become Andy Cohen’s favorite bitches.

For the first time in years, the network launches a scripted series. Based on the best-selling Girlfriends’ Guides book series by Vicki Iovine, Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce stars Lisa Edelstein as a self-help author in her 40s embarking on a divorce from her husband (Paul Adelstein). She relies on her friends played by Janeane Garofalo and Beau Garrett to transition to this new phase of her life.

“When we saw Girlfriends’ Guide, we said this is the thing we’ve been waiting for,” explains development exec Lara Spotts. “Marti Noxon is such a fantastic writer, and her script was so funny and so real. She writes from such a place of truth that it felt like something very much in the zeitgeist. It’s hilarious, it’s set in a very Bravo-feeling world…it really checked so many of the boxes that we were looking for.”

Bravo ordered 13 episodes for the series’ first season. Carrie Fisher and Laverne Cox have been tapped to make guest appearances in future episodes. Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce is set to debut on December 2 at 10 pm. Marti Noxon (Buffy The Vampire Slayer) developed the series and wrote the pilot episode. Check out the trailer below.

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In honor of National Nude Day (have you gotten naked in public today?), VH1 took the opportunity to promote its upcoming titillating new dating show, Dating Naked. The reality show features brave singles going on adventurous and unique dates at a tropical resort all in their birthday suits.

The network unleashed a diverse group of naked dancers on the streets of downtown Los Angeles. They execute cute choreography to “I’m Just Wild About Harry” as bystanders look with shock, curiosity and amusement. Check out the promo below. Dating Naked premieres on VH1 on July 17 at 9pm.

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The CW’s decision to only air America’s Next Top Model once a year was a wise one. I actually miss all of Tyra Banks’ “insightful and sage” advice to aspiring models. Dare I say, I also miss her ridiculous terms she invents.

On August 22, all the fashion action returns. Smartly, the show opted for a second cycle of “Guys and Girls.” Last season, not only provided lots of drama but plenty of male eye candy. This year’s crop doesn’t disappoint.

After sitting out for two cycles, popular judge, J. Alexander, returns to the panel, taking over a departing Rob Evans. Photographer Yu Tsai replaces Johnny Wujeck during the shoots. Though I love Wujeck, the creative quotient of the shoots since Jay Manuel left, haven’t been as fantastic. This year’s international destination is Seoul, South Korea. Check out the promo touting J. Alexander’s homecoming below.

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FX just released the first teaser for American Horror Story: Freak Show. Undoubtedly, this will be one of many more to come from the network if they follow the same promotional strategy used for Coven. Titled “Fallen Angel,” the clip shows a melancholy angel rising to spread her wings, as an ominous figure stands behind her.

The highly-anticipated season takes place at a 1950s carnival sideshow in Florida, run by a German woman played by Jessica Lange. Newbies Michael Chiklis and Wes Bentley join returning AHS alums including Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Frances Conroy, Evan Peters and Sarah Paulson. Check out the first promo below.

UDPATE: According to Vanity Fair, the promo is a fan-made one. #boo. Nonetheless, it’s a pretty good one. Check it out below.

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