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Survivor: Nicaragua
8/7c CBS
The 10 remaining castaways have endured a lot thus far on their quest to win $1 million. They've put up with NaOnka's annoying rants and her food thefts, contentious bickering between Marty and Jane, and existing on little food and less sleep. But all of that pales in comparison with what the players discover tonight and must figure out how to endure. They return to the Libertad camp and find it in ashes following a devastating fire. Benry sums it all up well: "This is a day from hell." — Tim Holland

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Human Target

8/7c Fox
For Chance and Guerrero, rescuing Winston from Season 1's kidnappers was a matter of when, not if, but that doesn't mean everyone comes out unscathed, especially Chance, who leaves the bodyguard game behind for meditation in Nepal. And while there's no place like om, it wouldn't be much of a show without our comic-book hero, so it's little surprise in tonight's Season 2 premiere when a billionaire widow (Indira Varma) lures him out of retirement for protection from a long list of potential assassins. — Joe Friedrich

Better with You
8:30/7:30c ABC
Country diva Reba McEntire reunites with series star Joanna Garcia (Mia), who played her sitcom daughter, Cheyenne, on Reba from 2001 to 2007. On tonight's episode, Reba plays A-list wedding planner Lorraine Ashley, who, for reasons to be seen, takes it upon herself to upstage bride Mia on her big day with Casey. In a subplot, Ben decides that being in a long-term relationship has allowed his "flirting muscle" to get out of shape, and decides to try and give it a little workout. — Ray Stackhouse

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9/8c PBS The magical mystery tour rolls up the big tent tonight, as the Big Apple Circus' 350-performance tour comes to a close in the series finale. Before that happens, though, a few of the bigwigs scout new talent at the Monte Carlo circus festival. Then, on the night before the final show, the crew turns the tables on the performers and takes to the spotlight for a traditional spoof of the circus acts. — Jeff

GemmillSouth Park10/9c Comedy CentralProblems with real-life addiction have far-reaching consequences, and not just on the abuser: They can tear at the fabric of relationships and split up families. And in tonight's 14th-season finale, trouble is brewing in the Marsh household when Randy becomes obsessed with the Food Network and everything Alton Brown, Guy Fieri and Co. can cook up. And if it's not bad enough that his compulsion interrupts the boys' "Terrance and Phillip" time, Stan's mother decides to find a new fixation of her own. — Joe FriedrichTop Chef: Just Desserts10/9c BravoThe dessert-preparation competition show concludes its inaugural season with tonight's finale. In last week's penultimate test, the chefs baked up cakes for dessert master Sylvia Weinstock's wedding anniversary. Ultimately, Danielle, Yigit and Morgan took the cake, and those three pastry chefs now advance to tonight's crowning challenge. Expect a dessert storm in this sweet-treat feat: They must come up with a four-star, four-course sugary-meets-savory feast, after which the seasonal winner is named. — Dean Maurer

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25 Years of Sexy: People Magazine's Sexiest Man Alive!10:01/9:01c ABC Since 1985, People Magazine has been selecting one male celebrity per year to crown as a sort of grand-scale prom king: the Sexiest Man Alive. Kim Kardashian hosts this look back at previous title holders such as Brad Pitt and George Clooney, and 2008 winner Hugh Jackman gives insight into what the experience was like. This special also lets viewers get a behind-the-scenes look at the editorial meetings for this issue, and then the Sexiest Man Alive 2010 is named and interviewed. — Jennifer Sankowski