This week, Pippa Middleton gave her first televised interview on theToday show, and Funny or Die threw a surprise birthday party for America in honor of the Fourth of July. Jimmy Kimmel exposed bandwagon fans who were rooting for the U.S. in the World Cup, and also rewrote the lyrics to Trey Songz' "Na Na" so that old people could understand them. Chris Rock hosted the BET Awards, where he showed a video of himself interviewing white people at a monster truck rally about the show. Also, Showtime debuted the trailer for Season 2 of Masters of Sex, and Hulu geared up for the premiere of its original series The Hotwives of Orlando.
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Brace yourselves, Real Housewives fans, for a whole new level of crazy. Hulu's original scripted comedy The Hotwives of Orlando skewers the popular Bravo franchise by shining the spotlight on "the 97th most glamorous city in the world, Orlando, and the ladies who live there."