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90210 Episode Recap: "Hollywood Forever"

In this week's episode of 90210, a new girl starts her first week at West Bev, Ethan and Annie get mighty cozy with one another and Adrianna finds herself in over her head. But one of the most notable things about the episode is that it was, for the first time, solely centered on the new 9-0 generation without relying on the crutches of past alum.

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90210 Episode Recap: "Wide Awake and Dreaming"

In this week's episode, West Beverly's school musical provides a backdrop for understudy Annie to debate having sex with lead actor Ty. Lead actress Adrianna, meanwhile, is under pressure from her mom/manager. Dylan remains, unsurprisingly, nowhere in sight, and Principal Harry, Annie's dad, continues to not confront his ridiculous past.

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Top Model Episode Recap: "Fierce Eyes"

This week's episode featured models in blindfolds, very little Tyra Banks, and the dismissal of not one but two contestants.

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Todd Oldham Talks New-and-Improved Top Design

Todd Oldham, Top Design

The Magical Elves (the team behind Project Runway, Top Chef) are sprinkling their fairy dust on the new season of Bravo's Top Design (Wednesdays at 10 pm/ET) to shake things up — including Todd Oldham's move to his new Tim Gunn-esque mentoring role. We caught up with the design guru to get his take on Season 2 changes, contestants clashing and the new "hottie" host, fashion model India Hicks.

TVGuide.com: What made you switch from your hosting gig in Season 1 to solely mentoring in Season 2?
Oldham:
It was just about the only room my schedule would allow! I was excited it worked out, and that I was able to do my very favorite part, which is mentoring. It was really fun to show up and help wherever I could — or leave them alone, because that can be just as helpful.

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Catch Up with Runway's Chris March, TVGuide.com's New Cohost!

Chris March, Project Runway

You couldn't help but love his larger-than-life persona and infectious laugh, and starting this week, Project Runway's Chris March will be joining TVGuide.com for an all-new Web show. But this time, instead of having to listen to the judges, this New York-based designer and Season 4 alum will be dishing out his own critique of Season 5 contestants.

March, 44, is a freelance costume designer with a client list that includes everyone from Madonna to Cirque du Soleil. The San Francisco native earned great acclaim for his giant trademark hats and wigs on America's longest-running musical theater revue, Beach Blanket Babylon. The self-taught designer's innovative creations have appeared on ET, Tyra and the Today show, and March's unorthodox approach to fashion was also profiled in the New York Times.

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