'Princesses: Long Island' recap: Another temper tantrum; 'Capture' and 'America's Next Top Model' premieres
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LAST NIGHT ON 'PRINCESSES: LONG ISLAND' Amanda Bertoncini and her sister Taylor shop at Frassanito Jewelers in Huntington Village and discuss their mom Babs' concerns over whether Amanda is rushing into marriage. Ashlee White tries to turn Erica Gimbel against Joey Lauren. Amanda and her boyfriend Jeff Hoffman and his parents have dinner with Amanda's family, and the couple announces they're moving in together. Casey Cohen and her friend Leila have drinks at the hotel 60 Thompson in Soho. Everyone except Manhattanite Casey goes on a winery tour at Sparkling Pointe in Southold, where Ashlee verbally attacks Joey and everyone argues while Chanel Omari tries to make peace. Ashlee throws a temper tantrum and storms off, with a loyal Chanel accompanying her. The remaining three leave to meet Erica's dad at his boat. Ashlee goes missing.
PREMIERES: It's "The Hunger Games" with grownups as 12 teams of two spend a month in a wilderness compound eliminating one another in the CW's new "Capture," premiering Tuesday at 9 p.m. . . . Serial entrepreneur and corporate CEO Marcus Lemoni invests in struggling businesses and takes their reins in newcomer "The Profit," starting Tuesday at 10 p.m. on CNBC . . . Male and female contestants compete against one another for the first time on "America's Next Top Model" season 20 Friday at 9 p.m. on the CW . . . and season four of Discovery's "Gold Rush" premieres Friday at 9 p.m. on Discovery, followed at 10 p.m. by the new "Saint Hoods," about Boston bookies and loan sharks.
RECAPS: Jon Scallion was eliminated, and Ja'Nel Witt beat fellow finalist Mary Poehnelt to win "Hell's Kitchen" season 11 . . . Herbert Wilson was the first to go on "Top Chef Masters" season five . . . "Big Brother" evicted Kaitlin Barnaby . . . and Mariah Spears and Blu Print were axed from "So You Think You Can Dance."