Welcome to Reality TV Roundup -- a quick look at some of the reality TV-centric stories that have recently popped up across the fine, old Interwebs. Click away, my couch potato friends. But before you do...

SPOILER ALERT! SPOILER ALERT! SPOILER ALERT! One more time: SPOILER ALERT. If you watch any competition shows, the latest elimination for each show is probably revealed in the text below. The hope is that, if you missed this week's program and would rather clear out your DVR than watch the episode, you can get a quick hit here. But don't come crying to me if you find out something you didn't want to know. You've been warned. Also note: lots of non-competition reality info lurks below, too. 

COMPETITION REALITY SHOWS 
 
AMERICA'S GOT TALENT
Simon allegedly wants Carmen Electra as a fourth judge. Or they're dating. 

DANCING WITH THE STARS
It's "Gangnam Style" on the dance floor! Whoot! And no one gets eliminated. 
 
Thanks to the presidential debate, it's a short show. The group dance is to "Call Me Maybe." Meh. 
 
PROJECT RUNWAY ALL STARS
Josh is back! And Ivy! And Wendy Pepper! It's gonna be a bitchfest! Oh, and someone got sent home. 
 
 
 
SURVIVOR
In this recap, we learn that the contestants push around a giant wicker ball. In the mud. And they get mean. Oh, dear. 
 
Kate Hanson talks about trading rice for sandwiches as well as Guy Unity. It's a thing. 
 
Sarah talks about kissing Jeff Probst. And yes, it was amazing. Go figure. 
 
THE AMAZING RACE
This episode is titled "Funky Monkey," but there are no monkeys. Bummer. 
 
 
THE X FACTOR
Meet the top 16. They're all good singers, mostly. 

And if you want to know about the episode when the top 16 were revealed, read this
 
If you want even more "The X Factor," good news. It will be back for a third season
 
 
THE VOICE
The battles continue. Too bad it's just singing and not hand-to-hand combat. 
 
 
 
NON-COMPETITION REALITY TV SHOWS
 
 
MISC.
 
 
A woman working on "Hoarders: Buried Alive" was hospitalized after being in a particularly nasty Texas home -- and while the hanta virus was suspected, tests came back negative. And this would be why reality TV needs unions.