In the season finale of “NYC Prep” airing Tuesday, August 11 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, the school year comes to a close and seniors PC and Jessie give their parting goodbyes, but not without a good fight. Jessie confronts PC about his partying and not getting into any colleges. Looking to expand his horizons (and meet more girls) Sebastian holds a charity benefit, and asks a wary Kelli to sing. The prep school crowd is abuzz at Jessie’s must-attend charity benefit for Operation Smile. Jessie thinks she has sidelined Camille, but Camille has a few more tricks up her sleeve. PC expects Taylor to be more thankful for introducing her to the “it” crowd; instead she decides to step up and finally put PC in his place. With PC and Jessie fading away from the prep school scene, Camille and Kelli realize next year they will run New York City with Taylor at their side. There’s a new Queen Bee in town
In the penultimate episode of “Top Chef Masters,” airing Wednesday, August 12 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, the final four chefs enter their last quickfire challenge blindfolded. The elimination round presents the chefs with the goal of catering a large event only they are not allowed to touch the food. Each Master must use his or her leadership, teaching, and directing skills to accomplish their vision at arms length.
On “Watch What Happens: Live,” airing Thursday, August 13 at midnight ET (tape delayed PT), Bravo’s Andy Cohen chats with actress and singer Vanessa Hudgens about her new movie “Bandslam.” Dwight Eubanks from “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” also stops by to dish on the latest season two gossip and shares his thoughts on the Housewives’ drama. To watch what happened on last week’s show when Atlanta Housewife Kim called in to speak to NeNe go to: http://www.bravotv.com/watch-what-happens-live/videos/the-phone-call-kim-confronts-nene.
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