This is the week where E!'s much maligned guilty pleasure "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" debuts its third season Sunday, and season two of Bravo's silly "Make Me a Supermodel" faces off against the very serious, very convoluted "Damages" on FX Wednesday.
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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