America’s Got Talent Recap: Scooby Adds Charm To Christian Stoinev (7/23/14)

America’s Got Talent finally has its top 48 following the end of this season’s Judgement Week. Among those who had to undergo a second round of filtering, Scooby left a lasting impression. Nope, the little fellow is not an entry but he attracted attention in an equally interesting manner as his master, hand balancer Christian Stoinev (photo in this recap). Christian made waves during the auditions after proving that he’s as impressive as the rest of his acrobatic family. He wowed the judges with his skills but tonight, he completely convinced them that he’s one of the best this season….

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Dr. Phil Review: Partner’s Overhauled Value System Can Stop Future Cheating (7/23/14)

In May, Dr. Phil handled a love triangle where a man claimed to be caught between his warring ex and current girlfriends. This case had Dr. Phil determining who was at fault in the drama-filled situation. Amidst all the accusations and non-stop clashes, Dr. Phil was tasked to identify ways on how each of the individuals involved can move on with a fresh start. In cases similar to this, Dr. Phil appeals for a level of maturity especially when innocent children become unknowing victims. Where dishonesty is prevalent, a partner’s history can indicate a recurrence of cheating behavior unless the…

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Judge Mathis Recap 7/23/14: $663 for Lover’s Loans

Judge Mathis awards Keyanna Smith (left, photo) $663 for ex-”boyfriend” Kevin Jackson(right)’s loans. The judge dismisses Kevin’s countersuit for $800, for bed bugs. Judge Mathis then awards Candace Hein $1,357 for her son’s former classmate Kevin Salgado’s keying her car. Judge Mathis dismisses the emotional distress part of her suit. Lastly, Judge Mathis awards Lori Jordan $3,016, for the trailer that her former roommate George Baxter had taken, and for his share of the rent and utilities. Loan Keyanna Smith of Steger, IL, sues Kevin of Kankanee, IL, for his loans. A day after Keyanna met Kevin, she called him…

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America’s Got Talent Recap: Illusionists Break Boundaries On Judgement Week (7/22/14)

Now that the auditions are over, America’s Got Talent embarks on a second round of trimming the pool of talents who will be performing during the live shows. The first airing of Judgment Week was phenomenal as a majority of the illusionists broke boundaries with their eerie, freaky and so out-of-the-box tricks. While some acts already earned their right to go straight to the live shows, a number had to impress the judges the second time around before getting the green light to Radio City Music Hall. Judgment Week is remiss of a cheering audience; with just the four judges…

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Food Fighters Season Premiere: Portland Mom’s Strategy Rakes $60,000 (7/22/14)

NBC’s Food Fighters premiered tonight and I have to say, the format turned out to be appealing and stimulating at the same time. All the excitement and fun was derived from mixing the facets that MasterChef, Top Chef, Survivor and The Amazing Race provide. Host Adam Richman (from Man v. Food) was a natural in the kitchen as he walked the audience on major aspects that contributed to either a win or loss in a particular dish. The show pits home cooks against a succession of professional chefs within an hour. Each challenge comes with a corresponding cash prize; all…

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