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UPCOMING. Can't get enough of all things Kardashian? No worries: "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" returns Sunday, May 20, to E! with an expanded slate of 18 episodes. Kim Kardashian deals with fallout from her short-lived marriage, Kourtney prepares for her next child, Rob starts his own business and Bruce Jenner feels taken for granted.

SIR! YES, SIR! NBC says "Law & Order" impresario Dick Wolf and reality-show mogul Mark Burnett will produce "Stars Earn Stripes," in which entertainment and sports celebrities train in military tactics and face weekly challenges such as hostage-rescue exercises. The network announced no air date.

PREMIERES. Gurney's Inn in Montauk opens up Travel Channel's new hotel-fixer show "Hotel Impossible," premiering Monday night at 10 . . . Shannen Doherty plans her wedding Tuesday at 10 p.m. on WE's new "Shannen Says" . . . while four bachelorettes on a cruise ship seek "Love for Sail" on Lifetime . . . Antique-store owner Mark Meyer of West Babylon's Nifty Thrifty is one of the stars of the new auction show "Baggage Battles," premiering Wednesday at 10 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. on Travel . . . and opposite it on MTV comes Season Seven of "Randy Jackson Presents: America's Best Dance Crew."

RECAPS.Michael Jefferson was voted off "Survivor: One World" . . . Jack Wagner and dance partner Anna Trebunskaya were cut from "Dancing With the Stars" . . . Deandre Brackensick has sung his last song on "American Idol" . . . and Lisa Vian Hunter is no "Fashion Star."

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