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Time For those Americans who love a catfight, especially among famous women, Monday was Round 2 between Jane Fonda and Megyn Kelly.
In the fifties and sixties, the catfight—say, two women wrestling while wearing lingerie—was a staple of fetish films and low-budget B-movies.
In reality, according to news accounts and biographies of Jackie and Queen Elizabeth, there was a real tension to the visit beyond beauty and star power, a behind-the-scenes, passive-aggressive catfight left out of the episode.
And though there is a catfight — bringing back one of the most infamous moments from the original show — this time, the squabble is happening because both Fallon Carrington and Cristal are vying for a leadership position at Carrington Atlantic.
What to watch: Another catfight for a two seed, this time between the Tigers and Panthers.
The danger posed by serious catfights comes from the fact that deep wounds are one of the principal ways that feline leukemia and immunodeficiency disease are transmitted.
What to watch: Rivalry week continues in this catfight between the Jaguars and Cougars, who are playing for high stakes.
In fact, the premiere—which airs at 9 P.M. on the CW—already includes a catfight.
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