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Winter Olympics
7/6c NBC 
Tonight is the freestyle skiing's men's moguls final, with the Canadians very strong, but Patrick Deneen (U.S.), is world champ. "I think people ski better on their home turf," says Deneen, "but it may be where judges give you the most love." Heading indoors, there's also coverage of the pairs short program this evening. Highlights of afternoon events include two sports in which the U.S. has never medaled, but has high hopes this year: biathlon, with World Cup contender Tim Burke, and Nordic combined, with World Champions Bill Demong and Todd Lodwick (2009), and Johnny Spillane (2003). — Dave Roeder

Amazing Race 16
8/7c CBS
Eleven new teams begin a 40,000-mile race around the world in Los Angeles as the 16th edition of the Emmy-winning reality series kicks off. For the first time, the teams aren't given cars at the start line to travel to the L.A. airport. Instead, they must navigate the city's busy streets to find public transportation to LAX, where they will board a flight to Chile. Among the participants are Big Brother winner Jordan Lloyd, former Miss South Carolina Teen USA Caite Upton, a pair of Rhode Island undercover detectives, and two cowboy brothers from Oklahoma. — Tim Holland

8/7c Style
Ruby Gettinger, the delightful Savannah gal who once weighed in excess of 700 pounds but is now nearly half that size, returns for the third season of her inspiring reality series. Losing weight and living a healthy lifestyle are always foremost in her thoughts, but this year Ruby has a new agenda — recovering her lost childhood memories. In tonight's premiere, Ruby wriggles into her first pair of blue jeans and begins her journey to reclaim the past. — Tim Holland

Cleveland Show
8:30/7:30c Fox
Though today is Valentine's Day, it's more like fight night on The Cleveland Show. It seems that poor Holt (voice of Jason Sudeikis), who lives with (and is dominated by) his mother, can't get a date. So Cleveland fixes him up with a gal (voice of Fergie) who seems quite meek but who turns out to pack quite a punch. Meanwhile, Rallo wins a goldfish at a carnival and Cleveland Jr., accidentally swallows it. Oops. — Paul Droesch

How to Make It in America
10/9c HBO
From the producers of Entourage, including Mark Wahlberg, comes this promising comedy about a pair of scrappy New Yorkers trying to make it big in the fashion industry. Ben (Bryan Greenberg) is a fashion-school dropout with an eye for design, and Cam (Victor Rasuk) is his streetwise partner always in search of an angle — legal or otherwise. These two go to all the right parties and know all the right hipsters, but it's their connection with Cam's ex-con cousin (Luis Guzmán) that could make or break them. — Joe Friedrich