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Originally published Friday, May 3, 2013 at 5:31 AM

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Friday TV Picks: PBS’ ‘Paul Taylor Dance Company in Paris’

TV picks for Friday, May 3, 2013, include PBS’ “Great Performances: The Paul Taylor Dance Company in Paris” on KCTS, “Maron” on IFC and “Vegas” on CBS.

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‘The Paul Taylor Dance Company in Paris’

PBS’ “Great Performances” series presents the modern dance company performing two of Taylor’s works (“Brandenburgs” and “Beloved Renegade”) as part of “Les Étés de la Danse 2012” at the Theatre National de Chaillot in Paris, France. 10 p.m. Friday on KCTS (seattletimes.com/tvlistings).

Also on Friday

“MLB Baseball,” 4 p.m. (ROOT): Seattle Mariners at Toronto Blue Jays (Live).

“Maron,” 7 p.m. (IFC): Marc is tormented by an abusive fan on Twitter. With his podcast guest Dave Foley in tow, Marc decides to teach one Internet troll a lesson.

“Nikita,” 8 p.m. (CW): A mutinous agent guided by Amanda steals the black box from the wreckage of Division; an arms dealer helps Nikita, Alex and Michael stage a daring operation in hopes of regaining control of the box.

“Happy Endings,” 8:30 p.m. (ABC): Jane is tasked with planning the perfect wedding for her older sister, Brooke (Stephanie March); Dave and Alex hide a big secret.

“Vegas,” 9 p.m. (CBS): When Sheriff Lamb looks into the death of a local attorney, retaliation attacks put Katherine in the hospital and leave Lamb without a badge; Lamb finds new details that could reveal the truth about his wife’s death.

“Rock Center with Brian Williams,” 10:01 p.m. (NBC): Stephanie Holten discusses how her ex-husband threatened her life after he was served with an order of protection; Boston bombing victims Celeste and Sydney Corcoran; people in Ecuador determined to save the rain forest; author Jennifer Finney Boylan.

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