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Working Class
8/7c CMT
CMT rolls out its first scripted series: this good-natured sitcom starring Reba alum Melissa Peterman as a single mom who moves her three kids (and her slacker younger brother) into a wealthy suburb to give the kids a better life, and takes a job in a supermarket. That won't make her wealthy herself, of course, and there are plenty of poverty jokes (this is a comedy) in the back-to-back opening episodes. Peterman enhances them with her physical-comedy talents. Ed Asner plays her curmudgeonly neighbor and coworker. — Paul Droesch

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SpongeBob SquarePants8/7c NickelodeonBikini Bottom is an undersea city with much folklore, and some of those tales are explored tonight in two new back-to-back episodes that probe the "Legends of Bikini Bottom." These tales include making a sacrifice to appease a volcano; searching for a mythical drain on the ocean floor; getting a visit from a destructive beast; and having people and items disappear into a mysterious triangle protected by a mermaid (voice of Ginnifer Goodwin). No one ever said the (under)sea life is an easy life. —

Jennifer Sankowski

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Track and Field
8/7c ESPN2
Continuing a tradition passed down from Bob Mathias to Bruce Jenner to Dan O'Brien, the U.S. is poised for decathlon success at the 2012 London Olympics. Tonight's 104th Millrose Games provide a midwinter look at America's star trio of Bryan Clay, Trey Hardee and Ashton Eaton as they embark on the meet's first-ever multi-event challenge of shot put, 60-meter hurdles and high jump. The multi men share the MSG spotlight with U.S.-vs.-Jamaica 60-meter sprints for men and women; a 4x1 lap relay between New York's police and fire departments; and Bernard Lagat's bid for a remarkable ninth win in the climactic Wanamaker Mile. — Roger Leister

Your OWN Show: Oprah's Search for the Next TV Star
9/8c OWN
Seven would-be Oprahs remain in the hunt to host a talk show of their own on OWN as this contest enters its fourth week. Tonight's challenge: produce a cooking segment. The guest mentor, Aussie chef Curtis Stone, is no stranger to Oprah. In fact, he oversaw a beach "barbie" for Oprah on a Down Under edition of her syndicated show that aired just last week. Stone's also no stranger to U.S. reality TV: He's a semi-regular on The Biggest Loser (he cooks healthy meals) and was a contestant — and a loser, by the way — on Celebrity Apprentice. — Paul Droesch

Four Weddings Biggest Blunders
10/9c TLC
From being late to your own wedding to outfitting your bridesmaids in unflattering apparel, this special installment looks at 40 of the biggest wedding-day don'ts, as seen on the 85 weddings that have been featured in the first two seasons. Some are beyond a bride's control (i.e., a raccoon invasion at the reception), but others, like a 7:30 a.m. start time, seem downright inexcusable. — Karen Kelty

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Real Time with Bill Maher10/9c HBO With Barack Obama's second State of the Union address now in the history books, we're officially halfway through his first term as president. Tonight also marks a milestone of sorts for Real Time, which broadcasts its 200th show. Whether or not Maher feels obligated to mention this achievement, he'll still have plenty to talk about with a guest list that includes commentator Will Cain, former Canadian prime minister Kim Campbell, actor-comedian D.L. Hughley and Rep. Jack Kingston (R-Ga.). — Joe Friedrich