Teddy and his recent hookup Ian do their time for their brawl on 90210, and Real Housewife of Atlanta's Kim Z performs at an LGBT event. Don't be tardy for this episode!
Monday, October 11
8:00 pm 90210, The CW (1 hr) NEW
Teddy and Ian get punished for fighting after their hookup. Meanwhile, Silver, Adrianna, and Naomi expose Dr. Cannon’s true identity.
8:00 pm How I Met Your Mother, CBS (30 mins) NEW
Robin tries to prove that she is the most die-hard New Yorker by challenging everyone to a race to a restaurant downtown. Will Barney (out actor Neil Patrick Harris) beat her to it?
8:30 pm Rules of Engagement, CBS (30 mins) NEW
Audrey tries to spice up life in the bedroom, while Russell invites Timmy on a trip—but will he be able to keep his mind off his fear of flying?
9:00 pm Gossip Girl, The CW (1 hr) NEW
Blair tries to become an assistant for her business savvy professor, but gets sabotaged. Also, rumors spread about Serena on Gossip Girl. Will her gay brother Eric be there to console her?
9:00 pm Real Housewives of Atlanta, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
Bisexual housewife Kim performs at an LGBT event, while NeNe struggles to keep her personal life from falling apart. Later, Sheree has a blind date.
10:00 pm The A-List: New York, Logo (1 hr) NEW
Austin goes on a date with Reichen and the sparks fly. Later, celeb photographer Mike Ruiz shoots bisexual comedian Margaret Cho, and Reichen’s off-broadway gig may be in jeopardy.
10:00 pm Thintervention with Jackie Warner, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
Out fitness guru Jackie’s clients start seeing major results. Later, a former Pussycat Doll teaches a sexy workout to channel the clients’ “inner sexy.”
10:30 pm The Big C, Showtime (30 mins) NEW
Paul plans a surprise party for Cathy and invites her eccentric college buddy Rebecca (out actress Cynthia Nixon). Later, Adam discovers Marlene wandering around their backyard.
11:00 pm The Arrangement, Logo (1 hr) NEW
How will the floral arranging contestants react when they discover famous wedding planner Tatiana Byron and music virtuoso Armen Ra are guest judging?
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