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Big Brother 12
8/7c CBS
The voyeuristic reality series returns for a 12th season and, of course, there is a major twist. Tonight, 13 new houseguests enter the art deco-themed compound, but only 12 of them are playing to win the $500,000 grand prize. Why? Because one is actually a saboteur whose sole mission is to disrupt life in the house for everyone else. If the prankster survives to the halfway point in the season, he or she will receive a substantial financial reward. The mystery person's identity will be made known to viewers on July 15, the date of the first live show. — Tim Holland

Bethenny Getting Married?
10/9c Bravo
Wedding bells blare for a New York belle. It's Hoppy hour when Bethenny and fiancé Jason Hoppy's big wedding day finally arrives, but Bethenny, forever juggling tasks, also focuses on her book. She greets and meets family and friends, but the bride will also be blushing when she suffers a pre-ceremony mishap. Assistant Julie springs to the rescue, but will Bethenny make it in time to go down the aisle with a smile? — Dean Maurer

MLS Soccer
9:30/8:30c ESPN2
U.S. World Cup forward Robbie Findley continues to reacclimate to domestic soccer following his South African adventure as his MLS champion Real Salt Lake visit Chicago to battle the Fire. The vuvuzela level can't match that of Johannesburg and Cape Town, but Major League Soccer has its share of rabid fan bases and the Section 8 groups in Chicago are among the most established. They'll make noise for rising young goalkeeper Andrew Dykstra while trying to rattle Salt Lake keeper Nick Rimando, the MLS Player of the Month for June. — Roger Leister

Boston Med
10/9c ABC
In a documentary series such as Boston Med, it's fairly certain that not all of the stories are going to have happy endings. But even in the ER at Massachusetts General, where staffers deal with pain and death every day, it's still hard to face the music when a life can't be saved. Meanwhile, in another part of the same hospital, a neurosurgeon all-too-familiar with matters of life and death explains in detail an operation to remove a cancerous tumor from a 29-year-old man's sinus cavities. — Joe Friedrich

The Decision

9/8c ESPN
As a straight-to-the-pros shoo-in during his Ohio high-school days, LeBron James missed out on all the decision-making drama that accompanies college-basketball recruiting. Well, this makes up for it. And then some. Suitors from Miami, New York, Chicago, New Jersey and Los Angeles (Clippers, that is), as well as his seven-year employers in Cleveland, have made their pitches. Now, from an unannounced location, King James is ready to announce his plans for next season and beyond in a one-hour special that may just join the moon landing on the short list of memorable television moments in July. — Roger Leister

10/9c Comedy Central
Ratings for the return of original Futurama episodes have been very promising, if not approaching stratospheric levels, with June 24's "Rebirth" earning more than respectable numbers for an animated series on cable. The stats were especially high for male viewers, but this episode is one for all genders — human and robot alike — and proves the show isn't afraid to continue pushing topical buttons when Bender's romance with Amy leads to a campaign to legalize robosexual marriage. — Joe Friedrich

Green Room with Paul Provenza
10:30/9:30c Showtime
Comedians Jonathan Winters, Robert Klein and Rick Overton join host Paul Provenza for a witty, wacky, wild laughfest rich with personal reminiscences and great showbiz anecdotes. Among the highlights: Klein brings down the house with a bit about a convention of NBA superstar Wilt Chamberlain's 10,000 sexual partners, and Winters regales with a tale about being "the only [WWII] marine who received hate mail from his family." Overton, meanwhile, scores with an impression of military types performing in musicals. — Ray Stackhouse

8/7c Fox
This episode, which originally aired in October, features a boys-vs.-girls sing-off, but there's also a major development involving Ken Tanaka, who finally makes his move on Emma. And Terri gets a job as the school nurse (not that she is one) just to keep tabs on Will. In the contest, the girls sing Beyoncé's "Halo" and Katrina and the Waves' "Walking on Sunshine," and the boys counter with Bon Jovi's "It's My Life" and Usher's "Confessions, Part II." — Paul Droesch