Celebrity Rehab

Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew
10/9c VH1
This episode serves as a lesson in recovery — how to achieve it and how not to achieve it. Dr. Drew takes addicts and their families to a lake house retreat to emphasize the crucial role that loved ones play in the process of retaining sobriety. The dangers inherent in the process are clearly illustrated when Leif Garrett is tempted to defy authority on a Hollywood outing and possibly stumble into relapse. — Fred Mitchell

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Undercovers
8/7c NBC
Though their renewed enthusiasm for espionage has added an extra spark to their marriage, Steven and Samantha realize that the spy life often forces them to put business ahead of pleasure. This is certainly the case tonight when they have to abandon a romantic getaway in Greece for a mission to defuse a hostage situation at a Tel Aviv hotel. And what starts as a routine mission soon takes a turn that the Blooms didn't see coming. — Brie Hearn

Dog the Bounty Hunter
8/7c A&E
Dog and his family are on the road again...but this time they're not in search of fugitives, and often they're the ones being sought. The cross-country trip is for the purpose of promoting Dog's book "Where Mercy is Shown, Mercy is Given." Along the way, it becomes much more to everyone as fans come to Dog for advice, often bringing troubled family members who hope to turn their lives around. — Bill Ecklund

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My Strange Addiction
9/8c TLC
This new documentary series goes inside the lives of people with very unconventional addictions, from drinking laundry detergent to eating couch cushions, in an attempt to get to the root of their compulsive behavior. The premiere introduces Kesha, who admits to eating a half a roll of toilet paper every day, and Lori, a 31-year-old who cannot sleep without a turned-on blow dryer on her bed, despite the risk of burning herself or, even worse, burning down her house. — Karen Kelty

Alamo Bowl
9:15/8:15c ESPN
Not since Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith and Michael Irvin roamed the NFL as "the triplets" has a Cowboys trio russled up the offensive production of Oklahoma State's Brandon Weeden, a 27-year-old minor-league-pitcher-turned-QB; RB Kendall Hunter, a Doak Walker Award finalist; and Biletnikoff Award-winning WR Justin Blackmon. Throw in Lou Groza Award-winning kicker Dan Bailey and Okie State (10-2) brings the nation's No. 3 scoring attack to San Antonio tonight to face Arizona (7-5). The Wildcats lost their last four contests, but coach Mike Stoops has a first-rate scouting report on the Cowboys from brother Bob, whose Oklahoma Sooners beat them 47-41. — Roger Leister

Great Performances
9/8c PBS
A "rock star" of the classical world, 29-year-old maestro Gustavo Dudamel and Peruvian tenor Juan Diego Flórez, a close friend, meticulously planned this Oct. 7 opening-night Los Angeles Philharmonic concert at L.A.'s Walt Disney Concert Hall. On tap: bel canto arias and Latin American canciones by Rossini, Granda, Lara, Moncayo, Grever, Gutiérrez and Márquez. — Jeff Gemmill

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Modern Family
9/8c ABC
In this repeat from October, the Pritchett clan's world is shaken to its foundation when an earthquake hits. Ripple effects are felt throughout the family, as Claire is trapped in the bathroom with a plumber whom Phil didn't want to hire, and Cameron and Mitchell use the disaster to get out of a costume brunch thrown by their friend Pepper (Nathan Lane). — Joe Friedrich