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Naked Brothers Band
9 pm/ET Nickelodeon
Drummers Simon Kirke, Ahmir "?uestlove" Thompson and Chris "Tomato" Harfenist pop up on tonight's episode, and they are not happy with Alex after he boasts that he's the greatest drummer in the world. His bragging makes its way onto the Internet, and these three musicians have a little problem with that claim. Meanwhile, Thomas, David and Qaasim have their own big problem to deal with: An annual pranking competition gets out of hand, landing them in jail. — Jennifer Sankowski

Pushing Daisies
10 pm/ET ABC
Despite critical acclaim and a devoted following, Pushing Daisies lives up to its name as tonight's series finale represents the final nail in the coffin of cancellation by ABC. But as one might expect, it's going out in style, especially when Vivian and Lily reunite as the synchronized-swimming duo Darling Mermaid Darlings after tragedy strikes a water circus. Nora Dunn and Wendie Malick guest star as the Aquadolls. — Joe Friedrich

Re-Inventing Bonaduce
9 pm/ET Fox Reality
If you didn't get enough of Gretchen and Danny's post-marital blitz on his radio show last week, there's another helping of it tonight. But you'd be advised to savor it, because this is the finale of Re-Inventing Bonaduce, for now at least. And while it appears that Gretchen has washed one man right out of her hair, what's up between her and her hairy new guy, Kevin? Look for a surprise before the episode ends. — Paul Droesch

Beverly Hills Groomer
7 pm/ET Animal Planet
Alison Sweeney, soap-opera star and host of The Biggest Loser, and comedian Bruce Vilanch make an appearance in Artist's world as clients of his burgeoning business. The glow of that good fortune soon dims, however, when Artist receives bad news about his pregnant sister, Arvene, who has been in a car accident. If that wasn't bad enough, Artist's dog, Bumpy, requires a trip to a holistic vet to mend what ails him. — Rhoda Charles

20Q
8 pm/ET Game Show Network
So you think you know trivia? Cat Deeley of Fox's So You Think You Can Dance hosts 20Q, a new game show in which contestants try to outsmart a computer named Mr. Q (voice of Hal Sparks) to identify words or phrases in 20 questions or less. It's all part of what GSN is calling Big Saturday Night, which continues at 9:30 pm/ET with the premiere of another quiz show, The Money List, hosted by Fred Roggin. — Joe Friedrich