What to Watch: Monday, October 18

Real Housewives of Atlanta's Kim Z performs at the famous White Party in Palms Springs, and a former fling from Austin's past comes to New York on A List.

Monday, October 18

8:00 pm How I Met Your Mother, CBS (30 mins) NEW
Ted (out actor Neil Patrick Harris) is in a predicament when a woman he is attracted to just happens to want to preserve a building that he is vying to destroy and redesign.

8:30 pm Rules of Engagement, CBS (30 mins) NEW
Allison tells Timmy that their relationship is moving too fast, and Audrey considers quitting her job.

9:00 pm Real Housewives of Atlanta, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
Kandi joins Kim for her performance at Palm Springs' White Party. Back in Atlanta, Sheree tries to reconnect with a family member and Cynthia is unsure about marriage.

How will Austin react when someone from his past enters his new life in NYC?

10:00 pm The A-List: New York, Logo (1 hr) NEW
Austin and his British former flame meet up to rekindle their romance, while Reichen and Rodiney’s relationship continues to struggle.

10:00 pm Thintervention with Jackie Warner, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
As a part of Jackie’s six week solo program, the clients head to a fitness spa. Will the clients be able to continue shedding pounds without support from the team?

11:00 pm The Arrangement, Logo (1 hr) NEW
Guest judges on tonight’s episode include hottie Antonio Sabato Jr. and Nicole Sherwin.

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