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Warning: We're about to run down the biggest TV moments from Wednesday night. If you don't want to be spoiled on a particular show, skip to the next!
The X Factor: Curveball alert! The Fox reality singing competition pulled a fast one on fans, bringing recently eliminated contestant Josh Levi back as a wild card after Paulina Rubio realized she made a mistake cutting him. (How verySimon Cowellwith eventual winner Melanie Amaro in season one!) He sang Jackson 5's "Who Loving You" and the judges were clearly loving Josh, as Simon gushes he went from "zero to hero" andDemi Lovato says bringing Josh back is "the smartest thing Paulina did."
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Revolution: Sebastian Monroe (David Lyons) is alive. We repeat: Monroe is a walking, talking, living, breathing, totally-not-dead person! Sneaky, sneaky Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) saved him by only making it seem like he died and then digging him up from his grave. Buried alive? No thank you, we'll pass. If that isn't twisted enough for you, we also learned that Aaron (Zak Orth) has some very strange "abilities." Like, he can set people on fire using only his mind. Wait a second, is this Revolution we're watching or American Horror Story: Coven?! Aww, Aaron and Madison Montgomery (Emma Roberts) would've made a cute couple…
Law and Order: SVU: It was a star-studded affair on tonight's episode of the NBC hit as the gang tackled yet another taboo subject. Clay Aiken, Taylor Hicks, and Ashanti joined the judges' table for the fake show within our show called American Divas, an obvious nod to American Idol. Carly Rose Sonenclar, runner-up on season two of The X Factor, also joined the show as a promising and wildly talented up-and-coming singer. Damn, that girl can sing.
The team was investigating allegations that one of the show's high-profile music coaches was a child molester. The coach, played by Kinky Boot's Billy Porter, was also a preschool music teacher, and multiple four-year-old boys were coming forward claiming that the teacher was also "playing doctor." Ugh. Thanks for making us want to throw up, SVU. Luckily, we learned that the coach was innocent and it was all just a rumor that the little boys' scorned older sisters were making up. Phew!
The Tomorrow People: Well, that was fast! After it was revealed in last week's episode that John (Luke Mitchell) has the ability to kill (Tomorrow People are born unable to take a life), girlfriend Cara (Peyton List) learned the truth when he took out an Ultra agent. And yeah, she was pretty stunned/horrified/confused. Oh, and she was super-pissed that he never told her.
But Cara has a dark side, too, and didn't need a procedure from Ultra to tap into it as she gives takes away one of the Tomorrow People's powers when he betrays the group. Like she said, she's a badass!
What did you watch on Wednesday night? Sound off in the comments!