Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
10/9c Bravo
A constant dramatic thread going through Season 1 of this 90210-zipped sudsfest has been that Camille and Kyle have...lacked chemistry. These two Beverly Hills queens — one Kelsey Grammer's spouse, the other former child star Kim Richards' sister — have seemingly hissed, dissed and dished at one another from Minute 1. Tonight, Taylor throws a Roaring Twenties party, yet there might be some real roaring when the bash brings Camille and Kyle together for the first time since their last showdown. — Dean Maurer

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Poinsettia Bowl
8/7c ESPN
With next week's Holiday Bowl set up a rematch of Nebraska's 56-21 September slaughter of Washington, the better San Diego bowl to watch this year is tonight's spirited meeting between the Navy Midsphipmen and the hometown San Diego State Aztecs. With a strong military presence just a few miles west of Qualcomm Stadium, every play is sure to make someone in the crowd happy. Senior QB Ricky Dobbs leads the usual potent triple option for the Mids (9-3), while the Aztecs' Ryan Lindley and receivers Vincent Brown and DeMarco Sampson run the top passing game in the Mountain West. SDSU is bowling for the first time since 1998 and gave unbeaten TCU its toughest game of the season. — Roger Leister

How the Grinch Stole Christmas
8/7c ABC
The perennial Yuletide cartoon, which first aired in 1966, makes another TV appearance. Dr. Seuss' tale of a small-hearted, green-faced fiend who schemes to steal Christmas from the whimsical Whos of Whoville is a ghoulishly heartwarming delight from start to finish. Chuck Jones' animation, Boris Karloff's narration and Thurl Ravenscroft's renditions of the wonderful songs are all as fresh as ever. Immediately following is Ron Howard's live-action 2000 version of the classic tale, starring Jim Carrey — in Oscar-winning makeup — as the coldhearted creature trying to thwart Whoville's Yuletide celebration.

Thursday Night Football
8/7c NFL Network
The Panthers take on the Steelers in Pittsburgh. OK, so it's not exactly the matchup you were hoping for late in the season. While the Steelers are battling for division supremacy and playoff seeding, the Panthers are headed for the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft, and probably without head coach John Fox, who appears to be finishing up his tenure in Carolina. These teams haven't met since 2006. — Dave Roeder

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Biography
10/9c Biography
Before Michael Jackson, solo star, there was the Jackson 5, and this hour recalls the phenomenon of the five brothers — led by Michael — from Gary, Ind., and their lives on and off stage. The profile recalls not only their rise to fame in the 1970s, but family life and demanding travel and practice schedule that went into their success. — Bill Ecklund

Shep & Tiffany Watch TV: The Best of 2010
11/10c Bravo
This tooned-in animated special from co-executive producer Kathy Griffin skewers the juiciest, rawest and craziest reality-show moments of 2010. Based on the cartoon Internet parodies of Web master Shepard Boucher, the year-end program lampoons real-world stars and reality romps such as the Real Housewives franchise (watch out, New York drama mama Jill Zarin). The show also draws in on Top Chef. It'll be hard to swallow for foodie Padma Lakshmi, who is one of the many targets for satire tonight. — Dean Maurer

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Glenn Martin, DDS
10:30/9:30c Nickelodeon
In this special hour-long outing, the Martin family head to Glenn's old summer camp. Glenn of course has some reunions, with both his former counselor (voice of Bradley Whitford) and his old rival (voice of Jimmy Kimmel), whom he must compete against in a race do-over. Meanwhile, his kids are busy making their own camp memories: Courtney and Wendy compete for the attention of a cute boy (voice if Elijah Wood) who's actually a ghost; and Conor pretends to be a tough guy when facing a bully. — Jennifer Sankowski