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TV Tonight: American Horror Story, LOLWork

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What’s new on the glowing ObamaBox tonight:

American Horror Story: Asylum (FX) If you think AHS:A has been fucked-up so far, wait till you get a load of the two-part “I Am Anne Frank” arc that begins tonight. ---Franka Potente guests as a housewife whose obsession with Anne Frank has apparently turned her into Anne Frank—and she hallucinates/recognizes Dr. Arden (James Cromwell) as a certain famous Nazi war criminal. And yes, we’ll see more of the aliens and Stumpy (Chloe) Sevigny, as well as an icky lesbian cure for Lana (Sarah Paulson) and Dr. Thredson’s (Zachary Quinto) even-ickier dark secret—and we’re not even halfway through the season yet. Sheesh …

LOLWork (Bravo) Series Debut: A reality-doc series about how they come up with Internet cat memes at Seattle’s ICanHazCheezburger.com? That’s a show? If this is all the network can produce outside of the Real Housewives oeuvre, it might be time to sell Top Chef to the Food Network and just put Bravo out of its misery. There have likely been meetings at NBC Universal with PowerPoint presentations titled “The Pros & Cons of a 24-Hour GIF Channel” and “Burning Down Bravo for the Insurance Money—Who’s In?”

Also new tonight:
The Middle, The Neighbors, Modern Family, Suburgatory, Nashville (ABC); Survivor, Criminal Minds, CSI (CBS); The Voice, Chicago Fire (NBC); The X Factor (Fox); Arrow, Supernatural (The CW); WWE Main Event (Ion); Ghost Hunters, Deals From the Dark Side (Syfy); Storage Wars Texas, Duck Dynasty (A&E); Top Chef: Seattle (Bravo); South Park, Key & Peele (Comedy Central); The Soup (E!)