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- Robert Bianco @Bian­coRobert

RUPAUL’S DRAG RACE ALL STARS LOGO, 8 ET/PT

While most of the mar­quee Em­mys will be handed out Sun­day, some prizes were awarded at last week­end’s Cre­ative Arts cer­e­mony. Which means we’ve al­ready had a no­table up­set: RuPaul’s win for Out­stand­ing Host for a Re­al­ity or Real­i­tyCom­pe­ti­tion Pro­gram over Tom Berg­eron ( Danc­ing With the Stars), Steve Har­vey ( Lit­tle Big Shots), Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn ( Pro­ject Run­way), Jane Lynch ( Hol­ly­wood Game Night), and Ryan Seacrest — who lost for the sixth time for Amer­i­can Idol. Yet if RuPaul’s vic­tory was sur­pris­ing, it was far from un­de­serv­ing— and if you want to see why, here’s your chance.

SU­PER­STORE NBC, 8 ET/PT

NBC has high hopes that this com­edy star­ring Amer­ica Fer­rera will break out this sea­son, and to prime that pump, it’s re-air­ing four episodes tonight. If you watch just one, make it the Wed

ding Day Sale out­ing that launches the mini-marathon, which is both very funny and boasts a sweet hu­man­iz­ing scene be­tween Fer­rera’s Amy and Lau­ren Ash’s Dina.

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST CW, 9 ET/PT

Where Su­per­store may be on the way up, Beauty is def­i­nitely on the way out, as the CW fan­tasy airs its series fi­nale. The show con­cludes with Vin­cent and Cat launch­ing a plan to rid the world of beast mak­ers for­ever, which seems like a fine idea.

 ??  ?? RuPaul is a stand­out — and Emmy win­ner — as host of Drag Race. LOGO
RuPaul is a stand­out — and Emmy win­ner — as host of Drag Race. LOGO
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BRAN­DON HICK­MAN, NBC Amy (Amer­ica Fer­rera) and Dina (Lau­ren Ash) are Su­per.
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