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Flipping Out
10/9c Bravo
Season 3 of the reality-realty series closes with offbeat "home boy" Jeff Lewis acquiring a new client who turns out to be a familiar face to Jeff. As for the bumpy-bumpier-bumpiest friendship (or lack thereof) between Jeff and Ryan: Jeff tries to fight through stress and reconcile with his business partner. Jeff also attends a big birthday bash filled with significant others. But the atmosphere of family and babies makes him think about finally settling down and starting his own family. And although this is the season finale, fans of the show will flip for next week's reunion installment. — Dean Maurer

Biggest Loser
8/7c NBC
The black-and blue teams square off tonight for a buried-treasure challenge on the beach. Members of the winning team receive trips home to visit their loved ones, prizes with obvious appeal but also ones with drawbacks as some contestants fight to make healthy choices at home. The players back at the ranch, meanwhile, try to capitalize on their time alone to focus on weight loss. The effects of this big twist in the game aren't truly revealed until the weigh-in, but, for some, the damage may have already been done. — Brie Hearn

Dancing with the Stars
9/8c ABC
A few weeks ago the Dancing crew performed a tribute to Patrick Swayze, and tonight they do the same when they pay their respects to Michael Jackson. And of course, another celebrity will exit the show based on his or her performances last night in the paso doble or Argentine tango, as well as the group hustle. Last week saw some shake-ups as Michael Irvin escaped back-to-back appearances in the bottom two, while once high-scoring Aaron Carter faced possible elimination for the first time. — Jennifer Sankowski

Melrose Place
9/8c CW
Another familiar face returns tonight when Riley reports to her first modeling gig. The photographer is none other than former Melrose Place tenant, Jo Reynolds (Daphne Zuniga), who provokes the inexperienced Riley into showing some emotion at the shoot. Meanwhile, Jonah meets with a sexy film exec (Jenna Dewan) whose mind is on things other than business when she asks him to meet her for a late-night drink. — Karen Andzejewicz

The Good Wife
10/9c CBS
Martha Plimpton guest stars as a very pregnant attorney who represents a train company involved in the deadly crash of a freight train. She's trying to prove that three engineers killed in the accident are to blame, not the company. If she is successful, the men's widows will not receive their husbands' pensions. But Alicia isn't about to let that happen without a fight. Unfortunately, she has only 72 hours to prove the train company is at fault or the ladies lose everything. — Tim Holland