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What to Watch: Tuesday, November 16th

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Gweneth Paltrow wins over the Glee kids, and Jesse and Paul discuss meeting his birth mother on In Treatment.

Tuesday, November 16

9:00 pm Stargate Universe, Syfy (1 hr) NEW
Rush goes on a hunt to get his revenge on Simeon after a soldier escapes. Will Young and Greer be able to stop him?

Will Gweneth give a gleeful performance tonight?

8:00 pm Glee, Fox (1 hr) NEW
Gweneth Paltrow gets gleeked out tonight! She will be playing a substitute teacher who fills in for Will—will sparks fly between the two teaches? Also, Sue (out actress Jane Lynch) is up to no good when she fills in for principal Figgins.

9:00 pm In Treatment, HBO (30 mins) NEW
Paul helps gay teen Jesse deal with the reality of meeting his birth parents.

10:00 pm The Good Wife, CBS (1 hr) NEW
Is more in store for Kalinda and Donna after last week’s steamy kiss? Meanwhile, Alicia takes on a DUI case involving a teen star, and Peter is asked to drop out of the race for state attorney.

10:00 pm The Fashion Show: Ultimate Collection, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
The battling houses get some inspiration from the human body. Will their lines be bodacious enough for out judge and designer Isaac Mizrahi?

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