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What to Watch: Monday, January 31

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Things steam up on 90210, Emily dives back into swim team on Pretty Little Liars, Kappa Tau throws an icy Homecoming Party on Greek, and more on Monday night!

What to Watch: Monday, January 31

8:00pm: Pretty Little Liars, ABC Family (1 hr) NEW
Emily’s feeling better after talking to her girlfriend Maya (who’s still a "guest" at True North), and tonight we’ll see her and the rest of the girls try to return to normal life with Emily diving back into swim team only to be met with a jealous teammate who’s threatened by her return to the pool.

8:00pm: 90210, CW (1 hr), NEW
In tonight’s episode titled“It’s Getting Hot In Here,” Adrianna joins Annie, Naomi, and Silver on a girls' weekend at a yoga retreat in Ojai. After the trip, Adrianna sells an exclusive story to a tabloid. What’s the scoop? Tune in and find out!

9:00pm: Greek, ABC Family (1 hr) NEW
Heath invites his little sister Heather to Kappa Tau’s Everest-themed Homecoming Party, where he and former flame Calvin (president of rival frat Omega Chi) spend some time mingling.

10:00pm: Skins, MTV (1 hr) NEW
Tonight’s episode is Chris-centric, but hopefully lesbian cheerleader Tea will be on hand for his shenanigans when Chris' mom leaves him home alone for the weekend.

10:00pm: RuPaul’s Drag Race, LOGO (1 hr) NEW
The competition tonight features out comedy legend Lily Tomlin as a guest judge in the “Queens in Space” challenge!

10:00pm: Tabatha’s Salon Takeover, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
Tabatha takes a Palmdale, CA salon staff on a team building exercise: Desert Survival Challenge. Take a sneak peek with this clip:

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