Guilty pleasure 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' returns

Also, fans of Jack Bauer get a double treat: two hours instead of just one Monday.


"The Bachelor," 8 p.m. ABC (season finale) — Jason has to pick between Melissa and Molly. Honestly — will he marry either?

"24," 8 p.m. Fox (two hours) — Dabaku may be out of the picture but his boss is up to not good. And Jon Voight knows how to play evil.

"Chuck," 8 p.m. NBC — Sarah has to seduce a studly secret agent, which makes Chuck jealous.

"Rules of Engagement," 9:30 p.m. CBS (season debut) — This mediocre sitcom is back and we find out Russell likes (gasp!) musicals, much to Audrey's delight.

"Ax Men," 10 p.m. History (season debut) — More lumberjack shenanigans await.

"Harlem Heights," 10 p.m. BET (new series) — Another "Real World"-type show featuring Africans Americans, including Morehouse and Spelman grads.


"American Idol," 8 p.m. Fox — Expect mad love for Lil Rounds, sass from Nathaniel and the heartwarming blind dude Scott MacIntyre.

"Biggest Loser: Couples," 8 p.m. NBC — Rocco DiSpirito come back to give the couples tips on how to eat healthily but not blandly.

"Reaper," 8 p.m. the CW (season debut) — Sam, Sock and Ben lost their jobs at the Work Bench. Andi isn't talking to poor Sam. What in the devil can he do?

"Bachelor: After the Rose Part 2," 10 p.m. ABC — Does Jason change his mind? Is that why we are getting a second hour of this?

"Nip/Tuck," 10 p.m. FX (season finale) — Christian gets married to Liz. The wierdness continues.

"The Real Housewives of New York City," 11 p.m. Bravo — Jill and the gang learn that gays love them.


"American Idol," 8 p.m. Fox — Nine are nixed tonight though a couple may join the wild card show Thursday.

"Knight Rider," 8 p.m. NBC (season finale) — Not enough people loved this Knight life. Ratings were abysmal.

"Lost," 9 p.m. ABC — Sawyer creates his own tall tales to protect him and the other survivors.

"Top Chef: Reunion," 9 p.m. Bravo — Did Hosea and Leah hook up after the taping?

"Damages," 10 p.m. FX — Patty goes on the offensive against the FBI while Ellen hits a roadblock.

"Make Me a Supermodel," 10 p.m. Bravo (season debut) — No Atlantans this season to ogle over but the prettiness and studliness is aplenty. But there's a 21 year old who should be on "Beauty & the Geek."


"American Idol," 8 p.m. Fox — The judges pick leftovers from the 27 who didn't get voted in (and perhaps others, too). They will sing again and three will make it.

"Survivor," 8 p.m. CBS — Jerry's weak stomach led to his demise last week. Will Sierra finally see hers?

"CSI," 9 p.m. CBS — Country star Taylor Swift plays an oddball teen who seems connected to some odd motel deaths.

"The Office," 9 p.m. NBC — Michael meets a woman on Valentine's Day at a blood drive.

"Burn Notice," 10 p.m. USA (season finale) — Michael learns surprising bits of news about Victor and is forced to face off vs. Carla.

"America's Best Dance Crew," 10 p.m. MTV (season finale) — The battle is between Beat Freaks and Quest Crew. Could Beat Freaks be the first all-female crew to win?


"Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles," 8 p.m. Fox — Cameron's technical glitch is back. And it's a lot worse than a headache for we humans.

"Ghost Whisperer," 8 p.m. CBS — Melinda feeds some news to Sam, leaving their relationship in limbo.

"20/20: Siegfried & Roy: the Magic Returns," 9 p.m. ABC — It's been rough times since Roy was mauled by a white tiger in 2003. We see the struggles they've endured since and a special charity show they did this past Saturday.

"Friday Night Lights," 9 p.m. NBC — Jason goes on another road trip, this time to keep his family together, and yet again manages to get Riggins to tag along.

"Trick My Truck," 10 p.m. CMT (5th season debut) — Country's answer to "Pimp My Ride" proves guys like it big and brawny no matter what culture.

"Battlestar Galactica," 10 p.m. SciFi — Galactica is falling apart with just three episodes left.


"Gone Country 3," 8 p.m. Saturday CMT (season finale) — Come on. Isn't it obvious George Clinton has this one in the bag?

"The Essentials," 8 p.m. Saturday TCM (season debut) — Alec Baldwin shows off his movie knowledge as co-host with Robert Osborne. First up: "A Night at the Opera."

"Bound by a Secret," 9 p.m. Saturday Hallmark —"In Plain Sight" star Lesley Ann Warren plays a terminal cancer with a major secret.

"The Simpsons," 8 p.m. Sunday Fox — The lousy real estate market costs the Simpsons their house. Ned Flanders buys it and rents it back to them. Not good.

"Breaking Bad," 10 p.m. Sunday AMC (season debut) — Pyscho gangster Tuco isn't working well with Walt White, the new drug kingpin of Albuquerque.

"Keeping Up With the Kardashians" 10 p.m. Sunday E! (season debut) — Obviously, enough viewers want to keep up with this absurdly shallow family because they're baaaack! And good news: Khloe goes to jail!

"Sunday Best" 9 p.m. Sunday BET (season debut) — BET's love affair with Atlanta continues as this competition show is being produced here this season.

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