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Destroy Build Destroy
8:30 pm/ET Cartoon Network
Rocker Andrew W.K. hosts this new competition series, which is part of Cartoon Network's CN Real block of reality programming. The show follows two teams of teens as they destroy a large structure using a wrecking ball, explosions or other methods. The teams then must use the debris to create something entirely new. In tonight's episode, the teams build air-cannon vehicles that shoot tennis balls. The winning team receives a cash prize and gets to destroy the other team's vehicle. — Brie Hearn

Eli Stone
10 pm/ET ABC
After nearly a six-month hiatus, soon-to-be-canceled Eli Stone makes a bittersweet comeback for the series' final four episodes. The last time we saw him, Eli felt awful about his visions of Nate's fizzled nuptials, though he's now dealing with the fallout of those risky Dark Truth treatments. (He should have listened to Dr. Chen!) But it must not be life-threatening — for now — because tonight he joins Taylor, Matt and Maggie on a road trip to Sonoma to question a witness for an upcoming trial. — Joe Friedrich

Beverly Hills Groomer
7 pm/ET Animal Planet
The first season wraps up tonight as Artist Knox, pet groomer extraordinaire, receives an invitation to sign autographs at a prestigious dog show. Even bigger than that?  He may just get his own shop! Dreams really can come true. — Rhoda Charles

MLB Baseball
7 pm/ET MLB
The White Sox and Reds are only part of the story as Major League Baseball admirably recognizes equal-rights efforts on and off the field with its third annual Civil Rights Game, the first to be played in the regular season. Hank Aaron, Muhammad Ali and Bill Cosby are on hand for pregame ceremonies in Cincinnati to receive awards as "MLB Beacon Awards" winners of Life, Change and Hope, respectively. And of a negative historical significance, the game is a rematch of the infamous 1919 World Series, when the Black Sox scandal tainted Cincinnati's 5-3 (best-of-nine) series win. — Roger Leister

Can You Duet
8 pm/ET CMT
The second season of the talent contest premieres with open auditions. Naomi Judd returns as a judge, and she's joined on the panel by Big Kenny and record mogul Scott Borchetta. In the season opener, the three will select 20 singers — five duos and 10 singles — for the show. — Fred Mitchell