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Good Morning America
7 am/ET ABC
The Jonas Brothers are certainly no strangers to ABC. This will be the sixth time the preteen heartthrobs have been on GMA in the last year and a half, and they premiered the video for their latest single, "Fly with Me," on the Disney Channel last week. Don't be surprised if they play it during today's Central Park concert as well. And if you've seen Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, you probably also caught it there. By the way, their new CD, Lines, Vines and Trying Times, is slated for release Tuesday. — Paul Droesch

7 am/ET NBC
The Black Eyed Peas are in town today to shake things up with a live performance on the Plaza. After a lengthy hiatus following 2005's Monkey Business, the band has released a new album, The E.N.D., and will be performing around the world at various festivals and events over the summer. Also on tap for today: bra makeovers, health-food shockers and a look at the financial meltdown one year later. — Brie Hearn

Mighty B
8 pm/ET Nickelodeon
Turf wars are never pretty — but when they involve scouts troops known as the Honeybees and the Dragonflies, they can be downright cute. Tonight, heroine Bessie Higgenbottom and her fellow Honeybees' summer fun at the rec center gets interrupted when their rivals, the Dragonflies, show up. The rec center isn't big enough for the both of them, so the two troops compete for the use of the center by engaging in a series of challenges. May the best scout troop win! — Jennifer Sankowski

Adam Ferrara: Funny as Hell
11 pm/ET Comedy Central
You may know him as Chief "Needles" Nelson on Rescue Me, but Adam Ferrara has been burning up the stage for years as a stand-up comic, and his well-honed chops are on display in this new one-hour special. Ferrara is a riot when he's riffing on relationships, religion and his Italian-American heritage, but his ability to mine laughs from solemn subjects, including his father's cancer, is proof that he takes his comedy very seriously. — Joe Friedrich

10 pm/ET ABC
To almost no one's surprise (as he himself acknowledged in his Rolling Stone interview), glam American Idol runner-up Adam Lambert came out of the closet earlier this week. It also should come as no surprise that he's now out and about, implanting himself even more firmly in the public consciousness. Who knows? Lambert's disclosure that he's gay might be part of the marketing plan for his post-Idol career and the CD due out this fall. In any event, Lambert is talking it up on 20/20 tonight. — Paul Droesch

Stanley Cup Finals
8 pm/ET NBC
Momentum may be on the side of the Pittsburgh Penguins tonight when they play in Detroit after forcing a Game 7 with a 2-1 win on Tuesday. History and geography, though, appear to favor the Red Wings. Since the NHL adopted a seven-game series format for the finals in 1939, the home team is 12-2 in seventh games. Also stacked in Detroit's favor for Game 7 is the fact that the home team has won the first six games of this series. This is the fifth Stanley Cup finals series that has reached seven games since 2001. — Kelly McGettigan