Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
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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Psych does double duty as it wraps up its fifth season as well as the Yin-Yang trilogy with tonight's episode. Shawn and Gus tangle with the homicidal duo once again when they try to track down a woman kidnapped by Yin. But to help locate the elusive killer, they need help from Yang (guest star Ally Sheedy) and form an uneasy alliance. Cybill Shepherd and Mena Suvari also guest star. — Brie Hearn
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Skating With The Stars
Skating with the Stars
Tonight, someone will glide off the ice as the Skating with the Stars Season 1 champion. And that's no easy feat: This season's injuries and hospital visits have shown how difficult this reality competition is. Five weeks ago, Bethenny Frankel, Jonny Moseley, Rebecca Budig, Vince Neil, Brandon Mychal Smith and Sean Young took to the ice, and now only two are left standing. And for the eventual winner, perhaps the glow of achievement will melt the ice. — Jennifer Sankowski
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NBC's holiday singing competition wraps up its second season tonight after two weeks of spirited performances by some of the country's top a cappella groups. In the finale, the winning group — which receives $100,000 and a Sony Music recording contract — is named, and surprise special guests perform. — Brie Hearn
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Tonight's two-hour season finale promises lots of emotional fireworks as the five remaining castaways (Chase, Dan, Fabio, Holly, Sash) are cut down to the three players who will face the jury. But who will they be? Chase, Holly and Sash are in an alliance, which means Fabio needs to win the next two immunity challenges or he's jury bound. As for Dan, he needs to convince one or two of the alliance partners that they would be crazy not to take him to the finals because, frankly, no one is likely to vote for him since he coasted through the game and was never a threat to win anything. Following the season finale, the winner is revealed on the Survivor reunion special as the 20 castaways gather in Los Angeles to discuss the game. — Tim Holland
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Saturday Night Live
Saturday Night Live
There will be some true grit when Jeff Bridges serves as host. The 2010 Best Actor Oscar winner for Crazy Heart (and a four-time Oscar nominee) first hosted the show back in 1983 with his brother, Beau, but the star of the Coen brothers' forthcoming western, True Grit, is back in the SNL saddle tonight. Jeff refs a trouncing of the day's topical events and political dramas — and, with Christmas just around the corner, there will likely be some merry ho ho hos and yuletide yuks. In the midst of all this is music guest Eminem, who joins forces with fellow rapper Lil Wayne to perform their duet, "No Love." — Dean Maurer
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It would be silly to go through all the trouble of establishing a hidden city without installing some hard-core security measures to make sure your secret burg stays off the maps. Unfortunately, for Magnus and Co., those security measures are of the deadly variety. The team goes to Tibet in the mid-season finale in a bid to find a cure for Magnus' illness...and her father. — Michael Chant
Read on for previews of NBA Basketball, Yes, Virginia, Christmas in Washington, Top 40 Videos of 2010, Mickey's Christmas Carol and Blais Off.
Big Bang Theory
The Big Bang Theory
Any one of Penny's dates — Leonard expected — would be the last person with whom the guys would have anything in common, let alone befriend. However, they do find a perfect reason when they ask her latest buff boyfriend to help them by joining them in a costume contest in which they're entering as members of the Justice League. — Bill Ecklund
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USA gives Psych fans an early present tonight with back-to-back episodes. First up is a take on It's a Wonderful Life in which Shawn, reeling from bumbling a big case, dreams about what life in Santa Barbara would be like if he had never returned. Next, Shawn becomes an advocate for a zoo polar bear though to have killed its trainer. — Brie Hearn
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The Good Wife
The Good Wife
The sophomore sensation continues to surprise and delight fans, and tonight's episode, the last original of 2010, promises more of the same. Alicia races against the clock to secure a stay of execution for a death-row inmate who is scheduled to die in nine hours. It's all set in motion when Alicia receives a cryptic message from a courthouse clerk concerning the condemned man's appeal. In more personal matters, Alicia, who recently learned of Will's phone call in which he professed his love for her, but which was deleted by Eli before she heard it, asks Will if they can talk about their relationship. Sounds like a good setup for 2011. — Tim Holland
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