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Bachelor Pad
8/7c ABC
OK, romance fans, Ali chose Roberto. So now what? The Bachelor won't be back until January, but ABC and the producers are tweaking the franchise with this six-week elimination contest, in which past Bachelor and Bachelorette contenders (19 to begin with) live together in a Malibu beach house, where they'll face challenges (a game of Twister tonight). Chris Harrison intimated recently that guys and gals might get intimate, but there's also Survivor-style warfare: They'll vote each other off the show until there's only one left, who'll win $250,000. — Paul Droesch

Teen Choice 2010
8/7c Fox
Dick Clark has long been known as America's Oldest Teenager, but don't tell that to Betty White, who's seven years older than Clark (she's 88) and up for a Teen Choice surfboard in the "Movie Female Scene Stealer" category. White's youngest competitor, by the way, is Dakota Fanning, who's 16. Overall, Miley Cyrus leads the nominations pack with 11, and Justin Bieber has already received four 2010 surfboards. He could win another (for Most Fanatic Fans). Bieber also performs, as do Diddy-Dirty Money, Jason Derulo, Travis McCoy and Bruno Mars. Katy Perry and male Glee cast members host. — Paul Droesch

Last Comic Standing
9/8c NBC
Funny equals money, particularly for the winning stand-up ace who will be revealed tonight. The comedy contest closes its seventh season with still-standing hopefuls Mike DeStefano, Felipe Esparza, Tommy Johnagin, Myq Kaplan and Roy Wood Jr. aiming for the big-bucks prize of $250,000. But three will be soundly eliminated, leaving two to duel it out. The two-hour outing features guest performances by Kathy Griffin, Tom Papa, Gloria Gaynor, the Nasty Delicious (host Craig Robinson's band), previous series champ Iliza Shlesinger, plus judges Greg Giraldo, Natasha Leggero and Andy Kindler. — Dean Maurer

Too Fat for 15: Fighting Back
8/7c Style
Obese kids enroll at a weight-loss boarding school in North Carolina to attempt to shed unwanted pounds in this eight-part reality series. In the opener, the kids arrive and bid farewell to their families as they begin their four-month training program. The hour is highlighted by honest testimonials from the kids as they discuss their struggles with food and dieting. — Tim Holland

Dating in the Dark

10:01/9:01c ABC
The dating show that took blind dates to a whole new level is back for a second season. Once again, six singles (three men and three women) begin dating in a completely dark room. This week's participants include a woman who is a country singer and a man who is not attracted to overweight people. Along with their fellow contestants, they form bonds in the dark, and then they must decide whether to continue pursuing their new relationships after the lights come on. — Jennifer Sankowski

Secret Life of the American Teenager

8/7c ABC Family
First Ben visited Amy in New York City, and now it's Ricky's turn. Ben and Adrian soon find out about this little visit, and they are not at all pleased. However, the jealous parents-to-be tend to their own matters when Adrian has her first sonogram. Ben then considers asking Adrian to marry him, but he may have ulterior motives for this. Meanwhile, Amy and Ricky talk about whether they may have a future together after sharing an intimate moment that catches them both by surprise. — Jennifer Sankowski

American Pickers
9/8c History
They say that one man's garbage may be another man's gold. Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz have not only found that out to be true, but making a series about that pursuit can be gold, too. The friends have transformed their love of hunting for treasures into a series that's a success, and tonight they stumble upon odd curios and stuffed animals owned by a man the neighbors call the Spooky Collector. The guys also visit an Illinois collector who's downsizing. — Bill Ecklund