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On Tuesday Take Two will address temporary LA Unified Superintendent Ramon Cortines, a documentary about boundary-breaking women in war, how Southern California's love for pools will fare during the drought, a recipe for a six-layer cereal cake, a contest for world's funniest person and more.

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