RuPaul's Drag Race (season 3)

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RuPaul's Drag Race
Season 3
Broadcast from January 24 (2011-01-24) – May 2, 2011 (2011-05-02)
Judges RuPaul
Michelle Visage
Santino Rice
Billy B[1]
Host(s) RuPaul
Broadcaster Logo
Competitors 13
Raja Gemini.jpg
Origin Los Angeles, CA
Manila Luzon

The third season of RuPaul's Drag Race began airing on January 24, 2011.[2] Thirteen drag queens competed for the title of "America's Next Drag Superstar", a headlining spot on the Absolut Tour, a lifetime supply of Kryolan makeup, and a cash prize of $75,000.

This season had Michelle Visage replacing Merle Ginsberg at the judge's table and Billy Brasfield[3] (better known as Billy B), Mike Ruiz, and Jeffrey Moran filling in for Santino Rice's absence during several episodes. Billy B, celebrity makeup artist and star of the HGTV mini-series Hometown Renovation, appeared as a judge in five episodes. Whereas Mike Ruiz only judged for two episodes, and Jeffrey Moran for one, Moran only appearing for promotional reasons. Due to Billy B's continued appearances, he and Rice are now considered to have been alternate judges for the same seat at the judges table, both appearing side-by-side in the reunion special to announce Yara Sofia as the season's Miss Congeniality.[1]

Other changes made included the introduction of a wildcard contestant from the past season, Shangela Laquifa Wadley; an episode with no elimination; and a contestant, Carmen Carrera, being brought back into the competition after having been eliminated a few episodes prior. A new pit crew was also introduced consisting of Jason Carter and Shawn Morales, the theme song playing during the runway every episode was changed to "Champion" while the song playing during the credits is "Main Event", both from RuPaul's album Champion. As with the previous season, each week's episode was followed by a behind-the-scenes show, RuPaul's Drag Race: Untucked, on December 6, 2011 released this season on DVD via their CreateSpace program.[4]

The winner of the third season of RuPaul's Drag Race was Raja, with Manila Luzon being the runner-up.

Alexis Mateo, Manila Luzon, Mimi Imfurst and Yara Sofia competed on the first season of All Stars. Mimi placed 11/12th overall with season 2 contestant Pandora Boxx, Manila placed 7th/8th with season 4 contestant Latrice Royale, and Alexis & Yara placed 5/6th overall together.

Shangela competed on the third season of All Stars. Shangela placed 3rd/4th overall with season 1 winner BeBe Zahara Benet.


(Ages and names stated are at time of contest)

Contestant Name Age Hometown Outcome
Raja Sutan Amrull[5] 36 Los Angeles, California Winner
Manila Luzon Karl Westerberg[6] 28 New York, New York Runner-up
Alexis Mateo Alexis Mateo Pacheco[7] 30 St. Petersburg, Florida 3rd Place
Yara Sofia Gabriel Burgos Ortiz[8] 26 Manati, Puerto Rico 4th Place
Carmen Carrera Carmen Roman[9] 25 Elmwood Park, New Jersey 5th Place[a]
Shangela[b] D.J. Pierce 29 Los Angeles, California 6th Place
Delta Work Gabriel Villarreal[10] 34 Norwalk, California 7th Place
Stacy Layne Matthews 25 Back Swamp, North Carolina 8th Place
Mariah[c] Elijah Kelly[11] 29 Atlanta, Georgia 9th Place
India Ferrah Shane Richardson[12] 23 Dayton, Ohio 10th Place
Mimi Imfurst Braden Chapman 27 New York, New York 11th Place
Phoenix Brian Trapp[13] 29 Atlanta, Georgia 12th Place
Venus D-Lite Adam Guerra[14] 26 Los Angeles, California 13th Place
  1. ^ Carmen Carrera originally placed 6th before being asked back to the competition.
  2. ^ Shangela Laquifa Wadley is simply referred to as Shangela during this season.
  3. ^ Mariah Paris Balenciaga is simply referred to as Mariah during the season.

Contestant progress[edit]

Contestant 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16
Stacy Layne Matthews SAFE SAFE HIGH BTM2 WIN ELIM Guest
India Ferrah SAFE SAFE BTM2 ELIM Guest
Mimi Imfurst HIGH HIGH ELIM Guest
Phoenix SAFE ELIM Guest
Venus D-Lite ELIM Guest
     The contestant won RuPaul's Drag Race.
     The contestant was the runner-up of RuPaul's Drag Race.
     The contestant was eliminated without qualifying to lip-sync in the finale.
     The contestant was voted Miss Congeniality by viewers.
     The contestant won a challenge.
     The contestant received judges critiques and was ultimately chosen to be safe.
     The contestant was in the bottom two.
     The contestant was eliminated.
     The contestant returned as a guest for the finale episode.


Episode Contestants Song Eliminated
2 Shangela vs. Venus D-Lite "The Right Stuff"
(Vanessa Williams)
Venus D-Lite
3 Delta Work vs. Phoenix "Bad Romance"
(Lady Gaga)
4 India Ferrah vs. Mimi Imfurst "Don't Leave Me This Way"
(Thelma Houston)
Mimi Imfurst
5 India Ferrah vs. Stacy Layne Matthews "Meeting in the Ladies Room"
India Ferrah
6 Delta Work vs. Mariah "Looking for a New Love"
(Jody Watley)
7 Alexis Mateo vs. Stacy Layne Matthews "Knock on Wood"
(Amii Stewart)
Stacy Layne Matthews
8 Delta Work vs. Manila Luzon "MacArthur Park"
(Donna Summer)
Delta Work
9 Carmen Carrera vs. Yara Sofia "Mickey" (Spanish version)
(Toni Basil)
10 Carmen Carrera vs. Shangela "Believe"
Carmen Carrera
11 Alexis Mateo vs. Shangela "Even Angels"
12 Carmen Carrera vs. Raja "Straight Up"
(Paula Abdul)
Carmen Carrera
13 Alexis Mateo vs. Yara Sofia "I Think About You"
(Patti LaBelle)
Yara Sofia
15 Manila Luzon vs. Raja "Champion (DJ BunJoe's Olympic Mix)"
Manila Luzon
     The contestant was eliminated after their first time in the bottom two.
     The contestant was eliminated after their second time in the bottom two.
     The contestant was eliminated after their third time in the bottom two.
     The contestant was eliminated after the final lip sync of the season.

Guest judges[edit]

(In alphabetic order by stage name and/or last name)


No. in
Title Original air date
22 1 "Casting Extravaganza" January 24, 2011 (2011-01-24)
The first episode shows behind the scenes of the casting process for the 2011 edition of "RuPaul's Drag Race." Featured are entrants that were not cast in the series. All the contestants are profiled. Manila's audition tape includes an endorsement from her boyfriend, season 2's Sahara Davenport. Raja reveals she has done make up for some pretty big names in Hollywood and her audition tape includes an endorsement from Adam Lambert. India Ferrah shows us through video and old photos his early drag career which started at 14. Mimi and Stacy were premiered as the Big Girls of the Season. Phoenix talks about her start in drag. Venus D-lite and Delta Work are profiled, and it is revealed that they were chosen as a result of auditioning in front of RuPaul and Santino Rice at an open casting call in Hollywood, California, this special also features several queens who appear on future seasons: Madame LaQueer and Chad Michaels, who would go on to appear on Season 4, Alaska, Detox, and Penny Tration who would go on to appear on Season 5, Joslyn Fox who would appear on Season 6, Katya Zamolodchikova, Sasha Belle, Mrs. Kasha Davis and Jasmine Masters who appeared on Season 7, and Season 8 newcomers Thorgy Thor and Dax Exclamationpoint.
23 2 "The Queen Who Mopped Xmas" January 24, 2011 (2011-01-24)

Twelve new queens vying to be "America's Next Drag Superstar" with a surprise twist that the first eliminated second-season competitor Shangela has returned to be the thirteenth competitor.

  • Guest Judges: Bruce Vilanch, Mike Ruiz and Vanessa Williams
  • Mini-Challenge: Christmas Card Photo Shoot
  • Mini-Challenge Winner: Raja
  • Main Challenge: Holiday Thrift Store Drag
  • Challenge Winner: Raja
  • Bottom Two: Shangela & Venus D-Lite
  • Lip Sync Song: "The Right Stuff" by Vanessa Williams
  • Eliminated: Venus D-Lite
  • Farewell Message: "Don't be shady!!, Be a Lady!, Love ya, Venus D-Lite"
24 3 "Queens in Space" January 31, 2011 (2011-01-31)
  • Guest Judges: Lily Tomlin and Alessandra Torresani
  • Mini-Challenge: Psychic Challenge
  • Mini-Challenge Winner(s): Mariah & Phoenix
  • Main Challenge: Sci-Fi movie spoofs
  • Runway Theme: Sci-Fi
  • Challenge Winner(s): Alexis Mateo & Shangela
  • Bottom Two: Delta Work & Phoenix
  • Lip Sync Song: "Bad Romance" by Lady Gaga
  • Eliminated: Phoenix
  • Farewell Message: "Be You Bitches (Boots) Loves, Phoenix"
25 4 "Totally Leotarded" February 7, 2011 (2011-02-07)
  • Guest Judges: Billy B., La Toya Jackson and Susan Powter
  • Mini-Challenge: Making Leotards from Duct Tapes
  • Mini-Challenge Winner(s): Carmen Carrera & Manila Luzon
  • Main Challenge: Produce a fitness video with workout expert Susan Powter
  • Runway Theme: Favorite Body Part
  • Challenge Winner: Alexis Mateo
  • Bottom Two: India Ferrah & Mimi Imfurst
  • Lip Sync Song: "Don't Leave Me This Way" by Thelma Houston
  • Eliminated: Mimi Imfurst
  • Farewell Message: " 'life is too short to live someone else's'"
26 5 "QNN News" February 14, 2011 (2011-02-14)

For the mini-challenges, the girls were given the task of creating a scandalous red carpet photo. Being a news-related episode, the winning photos were shown on WOW Report (Carmen's revealing crotch shot) and NewNowNext (Stacy's wardrobe malfunction), the winners became the team leaders as news anchors for "The Morning After News" on fictionalized QNN. To mentor the girls, anchor Debbie Matenopoulos provided tips on personality and delivery. Kristin Cavallari was on hand to be interviewed by the queens.

  • Guest Judges: Billy B, Chloë Sevigny and Debbie Matenopoulos
  • Mini-Challenge: Scandalous Red Carpet Photo
  • Mini-Challenge Winner(s): Carmen Carrera & Stacy Layne Matthews
  • Main Challenge: Produce a morning news show
  • Runway Theme: Fabulous Drag
  • Challenge Winner: Manila Luzon
  • Bottom Two: India Ferrah & Stacy Layne Matthews
  • Lip Sync Song: "Meeting in the Ladies Room" by Klymaxx
  • Eliminated: India Ferrah
  • Farewell Message: "Never Give Up, You're all stars...India Ferrah"
27 6 "The Snatch Game" February 21, 2011 (2011-02-21)

For this week's mini challenge, the girls were asked to play "S**t RuPaul Says" to win the opportunity to call a family member. Delta won the challenge but gave the prize to Shangela who wanted to speak to her grandmother, the group was then asked to impersonate celebrities on "Snatch Game".

  • Guest Judges: Aisha Tyler and Amber Rose
  • Mini-Challenge: S**t RuPaul Says
  • Mini-Challenge Winner: Delta Work
  • Main Challenge: Celebrity impersonations in a Match Game-style setting
  • Runway Theme: Best Drag
  • Challenge Winner: Stacy Layne Matthews
  • Bottom Two: Delta Work & Mariah
  • Lip Sync Song: "Looking for a New Love" by Jody Watley
  • Eliminated: Mariah
  • Farewell Message: "Condragulations Raja. Mug4Dayz! Mariah"
28 7 "Face, Face, Face of Cakes" February 28, 2011 (2011-02-28)

At the beginning of the episode, the contestants are asked to do a tasteful nude photo shoot with photographer Deborah Anderson. Carmen won the challenge and was given the task to assign each contestant a cake, the main challenge called for a couture fashion ensemble modeled after the assigned cake. Furthermore, each cake had to be decorated to reflect the contestant's personality.

  • Guest Judges: Billy B., Eliza Dushku and Sara Rue
  • Mini-Challenge: Nude photo shoot with Deborah Anderson
  • Mini-Challenge Winner: Carmen Carrera
  • Main Challenge: Create a fashion style inspired by wedding cakes
  • Challenge Winner: Raja
  • Bottom Two: Alexis Mateo & Stacy Layne Matthews
  • Lip Sync Song: "Knock on Wood" by Amii Stewart
  • Eliminated: Stacy Layne Matthews
  • Farewell Message: "Be a lady! You're All Amazing. Stacy Layne 'Bryant' Matthews Jig..."
29 8 "Ru Ha Ha" March 7, 2011 (2011-03-07)

In this week's mini-challenge, the cast were asked to "read" each other (popularized by the film Paris is Burning). Shangela wins the challenge, with her prize being to choose the order of the contestants for the main challenge. RuPaul announces that for the main challenge, the queens have to develop a stand-up comedy routine to perform in front of a live audience; in order to help them put an act together, they each get a one-on-one workshop with legendary comedian Rita Rudner.

  • Guest Judges: Billy B., Rita Rudner and Arden Myrin
  • Mini-Challenge: Reading is Fundamental
  • Mini-Challenge Winner: Shangela
  • Main Challenge: Perform a stand-up routine in front of a live audience
  • Challenge Winner: Shangela
  • Bottom Two: Delta Work & Manila Luzon
  • Lip Sync Song: "MacArthur Park" by Donna Summer
  • Eliminated: Delta Work
  • Farewell Message: "WORK HEATHERS xoxo Delta"
30 9 "Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Style" March 14, 2011 (2011-03-14)

In the mini-challenge the contestants are asked to bedazzle black bras into something spectacular, and Manila wins, the contestants are then told they will be making 30-second promos themed around their love of America that will be shown to U.S. military members serving overseas. Each contestant will get ten minutes to film, with Manila getting an extra five minutes for winning the mini-challenge.

  • Guest Judges: Cheryl Tiegs and Johnny Weir
  • Mini-Challenge: Decorate regular bras using rhinestones
  • Mini-Challenge Winner: Manila Luzon
  • Main Challenge: Film a patriotic message addressed to US military personnel overseas
  • Runway Theme: Patriotic Drag
  • Challenge Winner: Alexis Mateo
  • Bottom Two: Carmen Carrera & Yara Sofia
  • Lip Sync Song: "Mickey (Spanish version)" by Toni Basil
  • Stay Message: "I kiss Johnny Weir! Carmen Carrera"; "I'm still here! Echa Pa Lante xoxo Y.S."
31 10 "RuPaul-a-Palooza" March 21, 2011 (2011-03-21)

This week's mini-challenge is a game of "Ru-sical chairs" with Manila being the last queen standing.

Ru announces that the main challenge this week has the queens performing a song for “RuPaul-a-Palooza”, and brings out Absolut Vodka spokesman Jeffrey Moran, each queen is going to record their own version of Ru’s new song, "Superstar", in one of six distinct musical styles, and since Manila won the mini-challenge, she gets to pick first and determine the order the rest of the queens choose their style in.

  • Guest Judges: Jeffrey Moran, Jody Watley, and Carmen Electra
  • Mini-Challenge: "Ru"sical Chairs
  • Mini-Challenge Winner: Manila Luzon
  • Main Challenge: Record a single and perform it before a live audience
  • Challenge Winner: Raja
  • Bottom Two: Carmen Carrera & Shangela
  • Lip Sync Song: "Believe" by Cher
  • Eliminated: Carmen Carrera
  • Farewell Message: "Heathers better win."
32 11 "RuPaul's Hair Extravaganza" March 28, 2011 (2011-03-28)

For this week's mini challenge, the remaining contestants were asked to create a fashion-forward, beach themed headpiece, with Raja being declared the winner, after this, RuPaul reveals the main challenge: Participate in a hair-themed fashion show with three distinct looks: a classic look from another era, a modern red carpet look, and a fantasy hair outfit, which must be made entirely out of wigs.

  • Guest Judges: Wayne Brady and Fantasia Barrino
  • Mini-Challenge: Create beach-themed hairpieces
  • Mini-Challenge Winner: Raja
  • Main Challenge: Design three outfits for a hair show, featuring one outfit made entirely from wigs
  • Challenge Winner: Yara Sofia
  • Bottom Two: Alexis Mateo & Shangela
  • Lip Sync Song: "Even Angels" by Fantasia Barrino
  • Eliminated: Shangela
  • Farewell Message: "Always live your dreams and believe in second chances. Halleloo! Love Shangela"
33 12 "Jocks in Frocks" April 4, 2011 (2011-04-04)

RuPaul reveals that Carmen Carrera is returning to the competition after being unanimously voted back by the other judges, the queens move on to the mini-challenge in which they play RuPaul's version of the dunk tank, the Badonkadonk Dunking Machine. Alexis Mateo wins the challenge after managing to dunk Yara Sofia fourteen times.

RuPaul next announces the main challenge: The queens must make over five masculine, heterosexual jocks as their drag sisters. Alexis Mateo gets to choose which queen gets which jock for winning the mini-challenge, as a twist, RuPaul reveals the queens must also dress their jocks as cheerleaders and perform cheers about safe sex.

  • Guest Judges: Mike Ruiz, Margaret Cho and Sharon Osbourne
  • Returned: Carmen Carrera
  • Mini-Challenge: Dunk-A-Queen
  • Mini-Challenge Winner: Alexis Mateo
  • Main Challenge: Dress heterosexual athletes in drag
  • Challenge Winner: Manila Luzon
  • Bottom Two: Carmen Carrera & Raja
  • Lip Sync Song: "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul
  • Eliminated: Carmen Carrera
  • Farewell Message: "Good bye AGAIN!! Best of luck to everyone. Turn it out & don't be a sprepper! xoxo Carmen"
34 13 "Make Dat Money" April 11, 2011 (2011-04-11)

The final four begin this episode with a mini-challenge of creating a marketable drag product from their own wardrobe and then deliver a sales pitch on RuVC. Yara wins the mini-challenge, as Ru announces the main challenge — to create three looks for three distinct categories: Swimsuit Body Beautiful, Cocktail Attire After 5 and Evening Gown Eleganza, which must be made out of 1 million Ru Dollars, the girls must also perform a choreographed lip-sync to "Just Wanna Dance" by guest judge La Toya Jackson.

  • Guest Judges: Mike Ruiz, La Toya Jackson and Gigi Levangie Grazer
  • Mini-Challenge: Create a marketable drag product and deliver a sales pitch for it on fictitious home shopping network "RuVC"
  • Mini-Challenge Winner: Yara Sofia
  • Main Challenge: Perform wearing dresses made out of money
  • Group Lip Synch Song: "Just Wanna Dance" by La Toya Jackson
  • Challenge Winner: Manila Luzon
  • Bottom Two: Alexis Mateo & Yara Sofia
  • Lip Sync Song: "I Think About You" by Patti LaBelle
  • Eliminated: Yara Sofia
  • Farewell Message:"Echa pa' lante, no mires pa' atras pa' coger impulso, and you know what f&%k you haha" (English: Move forward, don't look back (not even to) gain impulse)
35 14 "RuPaul Rewind" April 18, 2011 (2011-04-18)
A look back at the highlights, low-lights and previously unseen footage from the first 13 episodes. Chaz Bono made a cameo appearance during the episode's opening scene as a cameraman. Season two winner Tyra Sanchez as well as runner-up Raven and Jujubee returned to the provide their opinions on the season's highlights.
36 15 "Grand Finale" April 25, 2011 (2011-04-25)

Finale The final three return to the workroom where Michelle Visage greets them and delivers the final challenge — costarring in the music video for Ru's song "Champion." During rehearsals, each of the girls also has a 'lunch' of tic-tacs with RuPaul and reflects on what got them to the finale.

  • Main Challenge: Participate in the filming of the music video for RuPaul's song "Champion"
  • Eliminated: Alexis Mateo
  • Farewell Message: "Always know your place. The jig is up!!! Siempre, Alexis"
  • Top Two: Manila Luzon & Raja
  • Lip Sync Song: "Champion (DJ BunJoe's Olympic Mix)" by RuPaul
  • Runner-up: Manila Luzon
  • Farewell Message: "Positive Always! I Love You Mommy & Daddy! Manila Luzon :)"
  • Winner of RuPaul's Drag Race Season Three: Raja
37 16 "Reunited!" May 2, 2011 (2011-05-02)

The queens of RuPaul's Drag Race reunite for the since the shooting of the series; in this reunion special, all thirteen contestants return to give their take on what happened during the show. Plus, the girls confront the judges and each other. RuPaul introduces Santino Rice and Billy B to reveal that Yara Sofia is the winner of the title of Miss Congeniality.[1]

  • Miss Congeniality: Yara Sofia

U.S. television ratings[edit]

Episode Title Viewers (in millions) Households1 Ages 18–491 Network
2 The Queen who Mopped Xmas 0.449 - 0.4/1[15] LOGO
3 Queens in Space 0.560 0.3/1 0.3/1[16] VH1
4 Totally Leotarded 0.478 0.3/1 0.2/1[17]
5 QNN News 0.537 0.4/1 0.3/1[18]
6 The Snatch Game 0.503 0.3/1 0.2/1[19]
7 Face, Face, Face of Cakes 0.486 0.4/1 0.2/1[20]
8 Ru Ha Ha 0.483 0.3/1 0.2/1[21]

1Based upon point/share system for Nielsen ratings, the first number represents the percentage of households within the population viewing the program (known as points). The second number (known as shares) is how many households were expected to view the program, within the population, for example, Episode 8 has a point/share of "0.3/1". This means .3% of households viewed the program from the expected 1%, showing .7% of the show's audience were watching a different program.


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  5. ^ “Drag Race” Season 3 Winner Raja Marries Husband In Surprise Wedding
  6. ^ Congrats! RuPaul’s Drag Race star Manila Luzon got married in Vegas on Christmas Eve
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  8. ^ Yara Sofia to Headline Pride Center’s New Year’s Eve Kiki
  9. ^ Transgender Model Carmen Carrera: Beauty Products Helped Me Tap My Power as a Woman
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  11. ^ "Mariah Paris Balenciaga "It Gets Better!"". Abby Normal. 2014-08-07. Retrieved 2018-02-17. 
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  14. ^ Beale, Margherita. "'Drag Race' ex-contestant hung up on playing Madonna now has a business plan". Retrieved 2018-02-17. 
  15. ^ "Logo's Third Season Premieres of "RuPaul's Drag Race" and "Untucked: RuPaul's Drag Race" Rev Up Ratings on Monday Night" (Press release). Tv By the Numbers. January 26, 2011. Retrieved March 26, 2011. 
  16. ^ Gorman, Bill (February 2, 2011). "Tuesday Cable Ratings: 'The Game' Leads Night + 'Teen Mom 2,' 'Tosh.0,' 'Southland,' 'White Collar,' 'Lights Out' & More". TV by the Numbers. Tribune Media Services. Retrieved March 27, 2011. 
  17. ^ Seidman, Robert (February 9, 2011). "Tuesday Cable Ratings: 'The Game' Down, But Still Leads Night + 'Teen Mom 2,' 'Tosh.0,' 'Southland,' 'White Collar,' 'Lights Out' & More". TV by the Numbers. Tribune Media Services. Retrieved March 27, 2011. 
  18. ^ Gorman, Bill (February 16, 2011). "Tuesday Cable Ratings: 'Teen Mom 2' Leads; 'The Game' Slips + 'Tosh.0,' 'Southland,' 'Lights Out' & More". TV by the Numbers. Tribune Media Services. Retrieved March 27, 2011. 
  19. ^ Seidman, Robery (February 24, 2011). "Tuesday Cable Ratings: 'Teen Mom 2' & 'Tosh.0' Lead Night; 'White Collar' Up; Miami 'Housewives' Not So Hot + 'Lights Out' & Much More". TV by the Numbers. Tribune Media Services. Retrieved March 27, 2011. 
  20. ^ Gorman, Bill (March 2, 2011). "Tuesday Cable Ratings: 'Teen Mom 2' Leads; 'Tosh.0,' 'Southland,' 'White Collar' Fall; 'Lights Out' Rises & More". TV by the Numbers. Tribune Media Services. Retrieved March 27, 2011. 
  21. ^ Seidman, Robert (March 9, 2011). "Tuesday Cable Ratings: 'White Collar' and 'Southland' Finales Rise + 'Lights Out,' 'Teen Mom' & More". TV by the Numbers. Tribune Media Services. Retrieved March 27, 2011. 

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