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'Duck Dynasty,' 'Boston's Finest' premiere Wednesday

Si Robertson of A&E's

Si Robertson of A&E's "Duck Dynasty." Credit: A&E

ALLIE OOPS. Alexandra "Allie" Pohevitz of Oceanside is the first of the fans to be ejected from CBS' "Survivor: Caramoan -- Fans vs. Favorites." She is the second contestant to leave, following favorite Francesca Hogi. The 25-year-old nanny, who bartends on weekends at Jake's Steakhouse in East Meadow, told People that while being on "Survivor" was "the best experience I ever had in my life. I would do it again in a second," she was dismayed that audiences believed she and Reynold Toepfer, Eddie Fox and Hope Driskill had formed an alliance based on being attractive. "I'm upset that people think that just because we're attractive, we have to be dumb," she told the magazine. "Sure, criticize me on my strategy. But giving us a hard time about our looks feels like a low blow. I am not dumb, no matter what people think about me. Just focusing on our looks is unfair."

FINALES. Brooke Williamson and Kristen Kish are the final two kitchen whizzes in the 10 p.m. Wednesday finale of "Top Chef Seattle," following Sheldon Simeon's ouster.

PREMIERES. TNT's new "Boston's Finest," with Beantown native Donnie Wahlberg among the executive producers, follows police on their rounds and at home, starting Wednesday at 9 p.m... and A&E hit "Duck Dynasty" returns for season three that same night at 10.

RECAPS. "The Bachelor" cut Desiree Hartsock, leaving AshLee Frazier, Catherine Giudici and Lindsay Yenter as the final three... Matthew Arthur was removed from "Project Runway"... Francelina Morillo will not be "The Biggest Loser"... Christy Nelson is off "The Face" and Alam Park is off "Face Off"... "RuPaul's Drag Race" sent away Alpha Mulugeta aka Honey Mahogany... and famed hacker Virgil Griffith will not be "King of the Nerds."

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