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Indecision '08: America's Choice
10 pm/ET Comedy Central
Pundits love to talk about undecided voters this time of year, but nobody does indecision better than Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert. The satirical masters of The Daily Show and The Colbert Report team up to provide coverage of the day's elections like no one else can, and with The Best F*&#ing News Team Ever! on board, including Samantha Bee, Aasif Mandvi and John Oliver, the night just might include a little exit-poll dancing and ballot boxing. - Joe Friedrich

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Election Night Coverage
7 pm/ET ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, CNN, MSNBC, Fox News
Today is a day every American can and should be proud. It's an affirmation of one of the Constitution's "blessings of liberty" - the ability of "we the people" to select our leaders in a peaceful, if not always orderly, manner. Katie Couric anchors the coverage on CBS, while Charles Gibson does the same on ABC, Jim Lehrer on PBS, Shepard Smith on FOX and Brian Williams on NBC. On the cable-news nets, Wolf Blitzer acts as ringmaster on CNN, while David Gregory moors MSNBC and Brit Hume mans Fox News. - Jeff Gemmill

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Privileged
9 pm/ET CW
Kathy Najimy guest stars as Patricia Kingston, a prominent publicist who meets with Sage when the ambitious beauty is determined to get her modeling career going. But Kingston has a surprise for the would-be cover girl. Sage is also busy elsewhere - prying into Megan's personal business. She discovers Megan's notes about a biography of Laurel and sends them to Laurel, who likes the idea. Megan is thrilled - until she learns that Laurel wants a ghostwriter. Ouch. - Bill Ecklund

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The Shield
10 pm/ET FX
Only four episodes to go, and while you know that Vic has four episodes' worth of fight left in him, Ronnie might not now that Claudette has made it her mission to bring Vic down. Will Ronnie cut a deal? Split for Mexico? Do something else? Time will tell, but tonight's focus is on Corinne and Mara. Meanwhile, Vic's Aceveda-Pezuela-ICE juggling act is even tougher now that Beltran is in the mix. Vic can juggle all those balls in his head; on the street is another matter. - Paul Droesch

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Frank TV
11 pm/ET TBS
The votes are streaming in and the drama heightens on election night, so we just might need some levity and escapism. Let's be Frank - tonight's politically themed episode should do the trick. Impression impresario Frank Caliendo does a fine George W. Bush, who serves as host and promises plenty of "comedy skitification" and "impressionations." Spoofs include Harrison Ford, Samuel L. Jackson and James Gandolfini acting as U.S. president; a tour of the Oval Office; and Bush administration bloopers and blunders. John McCain, Barack Obama and Tom Brokaw aren't off the hook as they're impersonated as well. - Dean Maurer

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