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Fairly Legal
10/9c USA
Sarah Shahi stars in USA's latest series as disenchanted lawyer Kate Reed, who decides to make a career switch. Eager to stop fighting and start actually solving problems, Kate decides to become a mediator. It's a transition that's immediately put to the test when she has to settle a dispute that could spell the end for her recently deceased father's law firm. — Brie Hearn

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Perfect Couples

8:30/7:30c NBC
NBC's latest addition to its Thursday-night lineup debuts tonight. The comedy chronicles the romantic trials of three very different couples: the well-adjusted Dave and Julia (Kyle Bornheimer, Christine Woods), high-drama Vance and Amy (David Walton, Mary Elizabeth Ellis), and relationship know-it-alls Rex and Leigh (Hayes MacArthur, Olivia Munn). In the opener, Dave and Julia are forced to abandon their plans for romance, and Vance and Amy follow suit with a breakup. — Brie Hearn

9/8c Fox
Not for the squeamish, Bones has never shied away from showing the gruesome aspects of crime scenes or the gooey nature of examining corpses for clues. Well, this episode is no exception, because when an unrecognizable body is discovered in the shower of a socialite's home, let's just say that Booth, Brennan and Cam become immersed in their work. But this mess may not compare to the one Booth creates by finally telling Hannah the history of his complicated relationship with Brennan. — Joe Friedrich

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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
9/8c Bravo The diva dramas from the lush land of Beverly Hills spill over in this supersize Season 1 finale. Our well-indulged ladies gather to celebrate Taylor's birthday with a lavish bash on a hotel rooftop. But taking the cake at this birthday are twisted sisters Kyle and Kim, who square off in a fiery clash that just might tear apart their sisterly kinship forever. Theirs isn't the only potentially shattered relationship tonight. We cut to Camille, whose marital issues reach the breaking point. The ladies return next week in a postseason reunion installment. — Dean MaurerRoyal Pains9/8c USAThe drama returns from its hiatus tonight as Hank faces troubles both old and new. Following Eddie's heart attack, Hank and Evan get a glimpse into their father's past, which proves rather complicated. However, Eddie's not the only one Hank has to tend to; he ends up treating Jill as well after she collapses at a golf tournament. — Brie Hearn

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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation9/8c CBS Burlesque artist Dita Von Teese guest stars as a friend from Greg's past who is interested in forensics, and the two rekindle their interest in each other. As for the main case, a body with odd burn marks is found by a roadside, and the evidence suggests the victim may have been executed in an electric chair. The case gets even stranger when the CSIs connect it to a legendary Las Vegas murder. — Tim HollandParks and Recreation9:30/8:30c NBC An ongoing government shutdown isn't about to stop the ever-resilient Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) from rounding up her disabled troops and making a bold pitch for more funding in the Season 3 opener of this woefully under-watched comedy. The Parks Department is still on the chopping block as state auditors Chris and Ben (Rob Lowe, Adam Scott) work toward getting a nearly bankrupt Pawnee back on track, but, as always, Leslie has a plan — and it doesn't hurt that she's enlisting Chris' crush, Ann, to help with her proposal. — Karen Kelty