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What to Watch: Tuesday, February 8

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This Tuesday is Celebrity Night! Tune in for special guest stars Michael J. Fox and Redman on The Good Wife, Billy Dee Williams on White Collar, and the investigation of a celeb’s murder on Southland, plus a bonus episode of Glee!

What to Watch: Tuesday, February 8

8:00pm: Glee, Fox (1 hr), NEW
Fox is giving us Gleeks an early Valentine’s Day gift tonight in the form of a second new episode this week! Love is in the air for the New Directions, but Kurt’s teenage dream Blaine may not be the cupid we all hope him to be.

10:00pm: Southland, TNT (1 hr) NEW
Lydia struggles to solve a celebrity murder while in the public spotlight, while Ben and gay officer John are frustrated over a tedious security detail tonight.

10:00pm: The Good Wife, CBS (1 hr) NEW
Alicia goes head to head against Michael J. Fox’s shrewd lawyer who uses his condition to his advantage, and the legal team (including bisexual P.I. Kalinda) scramble to round up clients for a class action lawsuit.

10:00pm: Chopped, Food Network (1 hour) NEW
In tonight’s challenge “Step Right Up!” out host Ted Allen announces that the chefs will have to use catfish and marshmallows in their appetizers.  Tune in to see how the curious mélanges turn out!

10:00pm: White Collar, USA (1 hr)NEW
Billy Dee Williams guest stars this week as a friend of June’s late husband who becomes the team’s inside man, but Neal and lesbian agent Diana are wary of his motives (because, honestly, would you trust a guy who sold his friends out to Darth Vader? Didn’t think so.).

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