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So You Think You Can Dance
8/7c Fox
Viewers can be forgiven if they're still adjusting to all the changes this season, such as the participation of the All-Stars and the surprise unveiling of a Top 11. The contestants, however, don't have the luxury of easing into the proceedings. Indeed, just as soon as it began, Alexie Agdeppa was eliminated last week, and tonight the remaining Top 10 take the stage hoping to avoid an early exit. — Joe Friedrich

World Cup Soccer
9:30 a.m./8:30c ESPN
The table is set for an uneasy breakfast in the States and a tense tea time in the U.K. as soccer-football fans focus all their attention on that extra-lively little ball being kicked around in South Africa. Heightening the drama, the final first-round games of Group C are played simultaneously: The U.S. (two points, plus the tiebreaker edge over England) meets Algeria (one) in Pretoria while England (two) tackles group-leading Slovenia (four) in Port Elizabeth. Bob Bradley's American squad has made a habit of falling behind early, but it should be able to overcome the plucky Algerians and advance to the knockout round. A tie, plus an England tie or loss, also gets the U.S. through. — Roger Leister

Top Chef: Washington D.C.
9/8c Bravo
Hail to the chefs! Our 17 cheftestants invaded the sizzling political hotbed of Washington, D.C., in last week's Season 7 opener and crafted meals that best represented themselves and their home region. Now the chefs go back to school and try to make the grade: They plate healthy kid fare at a middle school in support of First Lady Michelle Obama's national initiative to end childhood obesity. Serving as guest judge is the Chef of Staff himself — White House chef Sam Kass. — Dean Maurer

Jimmy Kimmel Live's Twilight Saga: Total Eclipse of the Heart
10:01/9:01c ABC
In May, Kimmel used his late-night bully pulpit to pay tribute to the finale of Lost, and tonight he moves to prime time to spotlight The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, the third film in the series that opens June 30. No doubt wearing his fanboy's heart on his sleeve, Kimmel's Total Eclipse of the Heart likely has little to do with Bonnie Tyler's 1983 hit, but it will feature appearances by the film's cast, including Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner, Dakota Fanning and Bryce Dallas Howard. — Joe Friedrich

Mythbusters: Car Conundrum
9/8c Discovery
For the sake of pedestrians, property and, lest we forget, auto-insurance deductibles, it should be stressed that car myths should only be tested by professionals, such as Adam, Jamie and the "Mythbusters" team. Fasten your seat belts as the gang performs inspections and tune-ups on three popular vehicular claims. — Michael Chant

Cedric the Entertainer's Urban Circus
10/9c TBS
The annual slew of comedy specials originating from Chicago's Just for Laughs festival kicks off with this urban-rich bonanza emceed by funnyman Cedric the Entertainer. Sketches, music, visual performances and appearances by Jerry Seinfeld, Russell Peters, Sommore and JB Smoove all help trace Cedric the Entertainer's influences and rise in the comedy realm. There's funny to burn with three other specials on the horizon: How to Build the Perfect Grown Up (featuring the cast of the 2010 film Grown Ups) airs tomorrow night, and Ellen's Somewhat Special Special and Team Coco Presents Conan's Writers Live both air Sunday night. — Dean Maurer

Criminal Minds
9/8c CBS
Academy Award-winning actor Forest Whitaker, who had a recurring role in the series The Shield, returns to television — and the world of crime — in this episode from April. Hotch and the team meet Whitaker's Sam Cooper when they investigate the murders of homeless men in San Francisco, where they work with a separate BAU group whose current case could be connected to the deaths. — Bill Ecklund