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The Bachelorette
8/7c ABC
First Justin, then Frank: Isn't Ali supposed to do the rejecting, not being rejected? But that's for the Bachelorette history books; now it's time for Ali's finale as Season 6 ends. This summer's Super Bowl of Love pits Chris L., the landscaper from Cape Cod, against Roberto, the Charleston, S.C., insurance agent. The setting is Bora Bora, and Ali brings her family along for advice. Trouble is, they like both guys equally.... So, Ali, who'll it be? Hope it works out better than Jake and Vienna. — Paul Droesch

Phineas and Ferb
8/7c DisneyXD
Phineas and Ferb attempt to travel around the world in one day, and they get an hour to do it in this special episode. But not everyone believes they can achieve their goal. To encourage the guys in their quest, Clay Aiken and Chaka Khan sing them an uplifting duet: "I Believe We Can." Meanwhile, Dr. Doofenshmirtz takes a father-daughter trip to Tokyo with Vanessa. — Tim Holland

9/8c ABC Family
The kids at Camp Victory get to the heart of the camp experience in tonight's episode when they embark on an overnight Spirit Quest in the woods. Trent's not happy that he's been assigned to buddy up with Alistair, but the boys bond, and Alistair begins to trust Trent enough that he reveals a secret to him. Meanwhile, Amber and Will are paired up, and they face every camper's worst nightmare: They get lost in the woods. — Jennifer Sankowski

Shark Attack Survival Guide
9/8c Discovery
You hear a story about a person who survived a shark attack. Do you change your vacation plans from beach getaway to a trip to a landlocked state; invest in a chain-mail diving suit; or get in the water to see if you can recreate the attack and survive it too? Green Beret Terry Schappert takes the "How To" show to a whole new level when he demonstrates how to survive through five scenarios based on real shark encounters. — Michael Chant

Money Hungry
9/8c VH1
This is a weight-loss game with a cruel twist. Ten teams of two overweight contestants each compete to lose 100 lbs. or more — with some help from fitness and nutrition experts, as well as such temptations as fast food — and win a $100,000 pot. The twist? The prize money is being put up by the contestants: Every team but the winning team will lose $10,000 of their own money. That's mad incentive! Dan Cortese is the host. — Fred Mitchell

Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations
10/9c Travel
Before he was the host of this popular travelogue, Anthony Bourdain could be found running the kitchen of New York's Brasserie Les Halles. In this special installment, the host looks back on those days, which were documented in Dmitri Kasterine's film, Out of the Pan, Into the Fire. This edited, "TV-friendly" version of the doc provides an early look at the undeniably charismatic chef and natural-born storyteller not long after the release of his 2000 memoir, Kitchen Confidential, which went on to become a New York Times best-seller...and made him a star. — Karen Andzejewicz

10/9c Bio
William Shatner makes his second foray into the talk-show arena on the network with a new series in which he interviews people whose lives were changed by dramatic, widely publicized events, and tries to find new perspectives or facts. In the opener, he interviews Bernhard Goetz, the "Subway Vigilante" who shot four teens who wanted money from him in a New York subway in 1984. Goetz's act, which paralyzed one of the youths, made him a focal point on the issues of urban crime and of potential victims fighting back. Goetz (who was convicted on a weapons charge) discusses the event and how it changed his life. — Bill Ecklund