WANTAGH WONDER. "I pour the glitter and she pours the wine!" So says Wantagh's Pam Naughton Dempsey of herself and Gina Scarda, her partner Tuesday on TLC's "Craft Wars" at 10 p.m. Dempsey grew up in Levittown. She went to Adelphi University in Garden City, then got her law degree from Notre Dame. Married 24 years to attorney Mike Dempsey, she has two girls, now in college. Crafting "was a great medium to get close to my children and spend time with them, and now it's fun to spend time with the adults," she tells Newsday. "I comb the garbage for raw materials during parade float season and, with a little chicken wire, tissue paper and glue, make some fabulous items."
PREMIERES. Travel Channel's "Bizarre Foods" celebrates its 100th episode with a retrospective special Monday night at 8, followed by the season premiere of "Bizarre Foods America" at 9 . . . Monday night at 10 on E! is "Opening Act," where unknown performers are chosen to open for big-name stars . . . Tuesday at 9 p.m. on truTV, "Hardcore Pawn" is back for season six . . . On Wednesday, ABC Family introduces "Beverly Hills Nannies" at 9 p.m. . . . Thursday at 10 p.m., Showtime's "The Real L Word" goes bicoastal, adding New York cast-members for season three. CBS' "Big Brother 14" launches Thursday at 9 p.m.
RECAPS.Chris Bukowski got bounced from "The Bachelorette" but was announced as the final guy moving into "Bachelor Pad," premiering July 23 . . . "Duets"eliminated Olivia Chisholm . . . Holly went into limbo and Apollo was evicted from limbo on "The Glass House" . . . Patrick Cassata is off "Hell's Kitchen" . . . and neither Ryan Smith, Jenna Gillund, Jesse Wilson nor Ali Leitza will find "Love in the Wild."