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One Tree Hill
8/7c CW
This episode pays tribute to the 2009 film The Hangover, with a slight twist: A wild and crazy adventure happens at a bachelorette party instead of at a bachelor party. The guest of honor is bride-to-be Brooke, and when she awakens in the morning, she can't remember the details of the prior outrageous night. Her friends who were with her are in the same boat, so together they try to piece together exactly what happened. Jane's Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro guest stars as himself. — Jennifer Sankowski

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State of the Union Address
9/8c ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, PBS (plus major cable-news networks)
Expect the economy, job growth and bipartisanship to be among the subjects broached by President Obama in his second State of the Union address, which follows a recent Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll that shows 53 percent of respondents now approve of his performance — an eight-point jump from last month. Speaking of bipartisanship, expect some senators and representatives to cross the aisle and sit with members of the opposition party in a symbolic demonstration that, indeed, they can work together. — Jeff Gemmill

Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best?
9/8c WE
Mother-daughter duo Joan and Melissa Rivers kick off their latest project together, a reality series following the pair as they attempt to live under the same roof. In the premiere, Joan packs up her life in New York and heads for the West Coast to move in with Melissa. Though California will take some getting used to, Joan faces an even bigger obstacle: Melissa's been keeping a secret.... — Brie Hearn

Fashion Show: Ultimate Collection
10/9c Bravo
The couture-clashing reality series about competing designers and dueling fashion houses closes its sophomore season. With $125,000 on the line, final clothiers Jeffrey, Dominique and Calvin each hope nothing comes apart at the seams. Here, they go needle-to-needle to create a cohesive collection of looks, after which the seasonal winner is named. R&B songstress Mary J. Blige and fashion-magazine editor Glenda Bailey serve as the guest judges. — Dean Maurer

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Lights Out10/9c FX Money's so tight for Lights as his 40th birthday approaches that he's reduced to peddling the boxing gloves he wore in the second "Death Row" Reynolds fight on a cable shopping channel. A payday could come courtesy of the gym's talented middleweight, "Armenian Avenger" Omar Assarian (Pedro Pascal), and Johnny might be able to get him a title shot. But the cocky, inexperienced Omar won't listen to Pops' advice and he must lose eight pounds in two weeks. A far bigger hurdle, though, is the fight's flamboyant promoter, Barry K. Word (Wire alum Reg E. Cathey). — Paul DroeschReal Sports with Bryant Gumbel
10/9c HBO With the conference champions determined and the Super Bowl around the corner, Real Sports suits up for an all-football edition. Segments include Gumbel going one-on-one with three-time Super Bowl winner Troy Aikman about his successful transition to broadcasting; a report on unwise spending and poor investment choices on the part of many NFL players; and a visit with NFL sportswriter Peter King. — Dave Roeder

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Stand Up Mother10:02/9:02c WE After Joan & Melissa, WE keeps the family theme going with the premiere of this new reality series following comedian Tammy Pescatelli as she juggles a hectic family life with a busy career in showbiz. In the opener, Tammy gets wrapped up in planning a family party to celebrate both her son's baptism and her own marriage, but she'd also like to fit in an audition in Los Angeles. — Brie Hearn