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Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown; A Charlie Brown Valentine
8 pm/ET ABC
Some things never change, like Charlie Brown's rotten love life. In the opener of tonight's "Peanuts" Valentine's Day double bill (first telecast in 1977), no one — the little red-haired girl notably included — has sent our round-headed hero a valentine. In the second program (from 2002), Chuck has worked up the courage to call her, but don't expect a miracle. Meanwhile, Sally's luck with Linus isn't much better. And Lucy? She's as assertive about amour as she is about everything else. —Paul Droesch

T.I. Road to Redemption
9 pm/ET MTV
Despite having a red-hot career, hip-hop artist T.I. has a rough road ahead of him. The Grammy-winning rapper is currently facing up to 30 years in prison for an October 2007 arrest — his 32nd — on weapons charges. This powerful new reality series chronicles the year leading up to his March 2009 sentencing, as he seeks redemption and attempts to change the lives of seven at-risk teens across the country who are in danger of making the same mistakes he made earlier in his life. —Karen Andzejewicz

Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show
8 pm/ET USA
Ladies and gentlemen, it's time to separate the Cujos from the Lassies! The 133rd pooch pageant, the first to give props to the Dogue de Bordeaux breed, rolls over and plays dead at Madison Square Garden after one lucky canine fetches the coveted Best in Show title. Wanna find out who's a good dog? Sit, stay! —Michael Chant

Fringe
9:01 pm/ET FOX
Last week's elaborate arrest of the evil Conrad and his associates was a banner day for the Division, but when every episode brings a new danger, there's no time to rest on one's laurels. Tonight that threat comes in the form of a mysterious toxin that is killing people by — wait for it —sealing their facial orifices. And if you have a jones for all things David Robert Jones, German authorities want to know what happened to the escaped convict, and they think Olivia might have a clue. —Joe Friedrich

Nip/Tuck
10 pm/ET FX
McNamara/Troy has a new anesthesiologist, Theodora "Teddy" Rowe (Katee Sackhoff), who's not at all like Lizzie. Maybe it's Teddy's motorcycle tattoos. And that's not all, as you'll discover tonight. Meanwhile, Kimber wants Jenna to be a baby model, and that means Botox — for an 18-month-old. And Aidan Stone is back. He has been on the shelf since getting fired from Hearts & Scalpels, but he has a comeback project: a biopic about Sean. Morgan Fairchild has a cameo as herself (playing Colleen Rose). —Paul Droesch

 

Wingman

9 pm/ET Fine Living

You have to admire the guy who's not there for the glory; he's just there to help you find the guts to go out there and shine. Comedian Michael Somerville is that wingman, waiting in the wings to watch — along with viewers, via hidden camera — the dating-challenged test out some newly acquired communication skills. In this episode, he helps a New York TV-news reporter by calling in an expert to give her some tips, then he takes her to a bar to observe and encourage her. —Bill Ecklund