Teddy has a drunken hookup on 90210--tune in to see who the lucky guy (or girl) is!
Monday, September 27
8:00 pm 90210, The CW (1 hr) NEW
Bisexual student Adrianna’s stolen tunes go viral, while Naomi tries taking sleeping pills to get rid of her nightmares. Later, Silver goes to Mr. Cannon’s to see a documentary. Teddy drunkenly hooks up—will it be with a boy or a girl? Also, Annie gets an interesting offer from her boss.
8:00 pm Dancing with the Stars, ABC (2 hrs) NEW
Bisexual comedian Margaret Cho and her out partner Louis van Amstel were off to a rocky start last week—will it be redemption time for them, or will they fail to impress the judges, including out judge Bruno Tonioli?
8:00 pm How I Met Your Mother, CBS (30 mins) NEW
Barney (out actor Neil Patrick Harris) convinces his buddies to help move his mother out of her old house, only to find out that she has been hiding some important information from him. Will it involve Barney’s gay brother James (Wayne Brady)?
8:30 pm Rules of Engagement, CBS (30 mins) NEW
Jeff tells Adam about a list of he keeps of all of Audrey’s mistakes, and Russell sends an inappropriate email to a coworker.
9:00 pm Gossip Girl, The CW (1 hr) NEW
It’s back to school for Blair at Columbia, where she is already trying to climb the social ladder. Later, Serena is skeptical of Juliet, and Rufus is concerned about Dan. Features Serena’s out brother, Eric.
10:00 pm Weeds, Showtime (30 min) NEW
After her son is kidnapped, Nancy and Cesar have a throw down in a Skeeball museum.
10:00 pm Thintervention with Jackie Warner, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
Some of out fitness guru Jackie Warner’s clients are not a fan of her grueling workouts—will they shut down?
10:30 pm The Big C, Showtime (30 min) NEW
Cathy (former Tales of the City star Laura Linney) has to get a ride from Lenny after Marlene doesn’t show up after Cathy’s surgery. Later, Sean moves into Cathy’s backyard after getting mugged, and Adam and Paul win a bathtub race. Features out actress Cynthia Nixon.
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