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Supernatural
9 pm/ET CW
Magic is murder. At least it is for three old-school magicians (Barry Bostwick, John Rubenstein, Richard Libertini) living in a small town — bitter that they have been replaced by flashier, younger illusionists. But one of them attempts a comeback by making an unwise deal with the devil to acquire real magical powers, but he discovers there's a high price to pay for it. — Tim Holland
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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
9 pm/ET CBS
The first day on a new job can be hectic. Just ask Raymond Langston (Laurence Fishburne). His initial day as a CSI starts out easily enough, but it quickly goes from bad to worse when a simple burglary case he's assigned to investigate soon connects to an arson and a murder. Welcome aboard, Ray! — Tim Holland

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Burn Notice
10 pm/ET USA
Burned operative Michael Westen returns after a lengthy mid-season break, and boy does he have his hands full. In the last episode before the break, someone tried to kill him by blowing up his apartment. Tonight Michael begins the hunt for his would-be killer as he tries to get a leg up on his new handler, Carla. He also takes a case helping a man who was swindled by a medical scam artist. All in a day's work. — Brie Hearn

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Bones
8 pm/ET Fox
Hardcore Boneheads probably believe this is the Greatest Show on Earth already, but it gets a chance to prove it on its new night when Brennan and Booth go undercover as a circus act to investigate the deaths of performing twins. While it's tempting to say they'll be working without a net, they're actually a knife-throwing duo called Buck and Wanda Moosejaw (wait till you see their RV!), and the list of suspects includes the traveling company's ringmaster (Andy Richter). A second episode follows at 9 pm/ET. — Joe Friedrich

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Private Practice
10:02 pm/ET ABC
Remember all that "guilt-free" sex Violet was having with Sheldon and Pete? Well, she's pregnant. Who's the daddy? She'd love to know. As for Charlotte, she was rocked by her dad's death, so expect uncharacteristic behavior from her. And Addison has some soul searching to do following her interlude with Wyatt. Grant Show, Joel Grey and Susan Ruttan (L.A. Law's Roxanne Melman) guest star. — Paul Droesch

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My Name Is Earl
8 pm/ET NBC
Last week, a joyless Joy was unceremoniously rejected during an audition for a reality show starring Erik Estrada. Her subsequent hissy fit---televised to the nation — involved beating the bleep out of host Brian Dunkleman, which in turn exposed Darnell to millions of viewers, which in turn blew his witness-protection cover. In tonight's conclusion, Darnell packs up the family, ditches town and assumes a new identity, all to elude the shadowy forces out to kill him. In response, Catalina, Earl and Randy team together to locate them. Erik Estrada guest stars as himself. — Dean Maurer

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