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This week on Duck Dynasty, Si suffers the "menthol" and physical trauma of Willie backing into his truck, which he turns into another excuse not to work.

Willie did hit the truck, but barely. Yet Si alleges that damages total $3,500, then lowers that to a "family discount" of $1,000 ... which is still $1,000 too high.

It did not leave a mark on the heavy-duty bumper guard on Si's truck, let alone dent the thing, but nevertheless, Si's going to milk this for all it's worth.

Soon, Si rolls up to the Duck Commandeer warehouse on a scooter and claiming, "I got back damage," then "nerve damage." Willie is not buying it.

His use of the scooter in the warehouse causes more damage than anything Willie did, but that is sort of the point of the episode, and it's amusing.

"Just a lone man on his scooter, fighting the world's injustice," Si laments.

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A Jeopardy contestant was flat-out hosed this week because of his accent, specifically the way he pronounced "Elaine" as in Elaine Benes from Seinfeld.

The question in the "Name TV Role" category was essentially "Julia Louis-Dreyfus' character on Seinfeld," and Fidelito Cortes responded, "Elaine."

Host Alex Trebek said this was incorrect, however, and moved on to another contestant who guessed "Benes." The other contestant was deemed correct.

Trebek then corrected Cortes on his pronunciation. Check it out:

Viewers took to Twitter to bash the show. Some choice Tweets:

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Tuesday, on the second episode of NCIS Season 11, Cote de Pablo's Ziva David made her final appearance in a complex and emotional installment.

After a months-long journey, Tony tracked down his longtime love in Israel, only to have her say she needed to leave the team to find herself again.

“I have to do this alone,” Ziva explained to her colleague of so many years. “I have to let go of everything, or I will be pulled back to where I started.”

Cote de Pablo's exit threw the show for a loop this summer, as NCIS had to wrap up last season's cliffhanger in an entirely new way to write Ziva out.

As a result, her departure didn't offer much closure, though that was possibly deliberate. Ziva's goodbye was as open-ended and positive as they come.

Remaining in Israel to find herself? Not entirely satisfying, especially for Tony. But also hard to fault the character for after the events of last season.

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Night four of The Voice blind auditions proved that sometimes, the second time is the charm, while even a gifted talent doesn't guarantee a spot on NBC.

Who blew away Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green and Blake Shelton last night after failing to turn a single chair one season ago?

Who else landed spots with the fab four of The Voice? Here's a look at the singers who successfully gained entry into the next round last night ...

James Irwin didn't do much for the coaches last season. This time, with is performance of the R.E.M. classic “Losing My Religion,” it was a different story.

Returning with newfound confidence and much more stage presence, Irwin had his pick of coaches, but went with the only one to point out weaknesses: Adam.

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This week on Teen Mom 3, the girls are looking ahead to the future, as one must when one has a baby, while battling an assortment of issues in the present.

Between baby care, baby daddy care, work and other concerns, there plans are very much up in the air and in flux. So what does that mean for the fab four?

Find out in THG's +/- recap below!

Mackenzie Douthit, Josh McKee on Teen Mom 3

Mackenzie Douthit worries, as usual, that she is second fiddle to Josh McKee's rodeo career. He is off riding, a lot. Absent, and risking real injury.

Not only that, Mackenzie expects more enthusiasm out of Josh for merely being able to ride again, not apathy about her being at the rodeo competitions.

She feels she’s second-best to Josh’s career, and Minus 200 for that, because she gave up a lot just so she can have something she doesn't even want.

Mackenzie feels like a single mom and says she might have left Josh if it weren't for Gannon, however with the help of counseling, she'll turn it around.

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Finally, Joanna gets some lovin' and "Mama Elsa Comes Home" on The Real Housewives of Miami. We break down the dominatrix role play and the lamest bachelorette party ever in THG's +/- recap!

Is this what Joanna Krupa considers romance?  Minus 10.

Feeling the Romance

Although I'm sure it's fine…or more than fine with most men, I don't think this is quite what Romain had in mind when he hoped for a romantic night out.

Perhaps role play just isn't the thing for these two…or maybe they need to agree on the script ahead of time.

Either way, Romain looked absolutely adorable in those glasses so Plus 25 because I love a handsome man in glasses.

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The Voice is back for a second week of blind auditions, with Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine vying for the top talent.

There was no shortage of it last night, and with a show that seems to feature momentum changes and new fan favorites with each song, it’s anyone’s game.

Let's break down last night's blind audition contestants, shall we?

Preston Pohl, who  grew up performing in a Christian rock band until his mentor passed away, brought charisma and funk to MGMT’s “Electric Feel."

His originality and creativity really made the night, as the coaches swooned over him. Even Christina, who did not turn around, soon wished she had.

Adam begged and pleaded with the singer and ultimately his passion won out over the other two coaches / salesmen as Preston Pohl joined his team.

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A show known more for laughs than violence is set to take out one of its own.

Executive Producer Al Jean says The Simpsons will celebrate its 25th season at some point in the near future by killing off a long-time character. Who might it be?

"I'll give you a clue that the actor playing the character won an Emmy for playing that character, but I won't say who it is," Jean told reporters during a recent conference call.

Hmmm… that does actually narrow down the list by quite a lot.

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After a third week of performances live on ABC, the Dancing With the Stars results are in for the second Monday night elimination of the 17th season.

So who's the odd man (or woman) out this time around?

Bill Nye on Dancing With the Stars

Combining both scores from this week's episode and public votes from last week, the Dancing With the Stars results show is harder to predict than ever.

Heading into tonight, the Bills (Nye and Engvall) brought with them the lowest scores, and seemingly the poorest prospects for advancing to next week.

The Science Guy was also nursing some torn ligaments, further dimming his prospects. Did either of them surprise us? Let's get to the DWTS results ...

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It should satisfy the enormous ego of Walter White to know that he went out in a blaze of record-setting glory.

The series finale of Breaking Bad - which ended with Walt freeing Jesse, killing a lot of Neo-Nazis and passing away from a gunshot wound inside a meth lab - shattered series ratings on AMC, garnering 10.3 million overall viewers.

That's an astounding 300% increase over last year's finale, with 6.7 million of those viewers residing in the advertiser-friendly demographic of 18-49-year olds.

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