What to Watch: Tuesday, October 5th

Kurt's dad is in trouble on tonight's Glee, and out hottie Sam Adama returns for tonight's premiere of Caprica!

Tuesday, October 5

8:00 pm Glee, Fox (1 hr) NEW
Out glee clubber Kurt has a crisis involving his dad...will things take a turn for the worst? Meanwhile, Finn has an existential crisis after he sees Jesus in a grilled cheese sandwich. Catch the trailer for tonight's episode:

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9:00 pm Dancing with the Stars, ABC (2 hrs) NEW
Bisexual comedian Margaret Cho and her out dance partner Louis van Amstel made the cut last week…but will they be as lucky tonight?

9:00 pm Stargate Universe, Syfy (1 hr) NEW
Destiny stops at a planet that was locked due to a lack of food and water, and later the Lucian prisoners become a problem. Features lesbian IOA officer, Camile Wray and her partner Sharon.

9:00 pm Flipping Out, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
Trace reconsiders his career after Jeff’s expectations get the best of him, and later Jeff blames Jenni after his day planner goes missing.

9:30 pm Running Wilde, Fox (30 mins) NEW
Steve makes a promise to Emmy, but will he be able to keep his word? Later, Puddle gets help for a science project, and Fa’ad gets locked in to the vodka cellar.

Out mobster Sam returns on the all-new season of Caprica!

10:00 pm The Good Wife, CBS (1 hr) NEW
Alicia and Cary go head to head when she defends an Army reservist on trial for murder. Later, Childs tries to thwart Peter’s campaign. Features bisexual PI Kalinda and Alicia’s gay brother, Owen.

10:00 pm Caprica, Syfy (1 hr) SEASON PREMIERE
Clarice visits Gemenon to plan a terrorist attack. Later, Daniel meets the H’La’Tha for help creating a virtual afterlife…will gay Ha’La’Tha enforcer lend him a hand?

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