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What to Watch: Wednesday, February 9

Love is in the air on the V-Day episode of Modern Family tonight, and Being Erica heads back in time to a frat party while the fellas on Face Off take on an extraterrestrial challenge! And later, Elton John and Anderson Cooper are Letterman's guest on The Late Show!

What to Watch: Wednesday, February 9

9:00pm: Modern Family, ABC (30 min) NEW
Love triangle drama strikes the Pritchett-Tucker house this Valentine’s Day! Cameron is jealous when he suspects that Mitchell's assistant has a crush on him, but both are shocked when the assistant's true feelings are revealed. Where did Cupid's arrow fall? Tune in and find out!

10:00pm: Face Off, Sy Fy (1 hr) NEW
Out contestants Gage and Marcel have impressed the judges enough to stay in the competition for the past two weeks, but how will they fare when faced with tonight's out of this world challenge to create an alien?

11:00pm: Being Erica, SoapNet (1 hr) NEW
Erica and Julianne are threatened by their rival Brent, and Erica travels back in time to Leo’s fraternity pledge days where she learns that two wrongs don’t make a right. Out bar owner Dave and his partner Ivan are featured, and stay tuned for Erica’s gay uncle Ruby to make an appearance soon!

11:35pm: The Late Show with David Letterman (1 hr) NEW
Tonight gay icon Elton John is on the show, sitting down with Dave before performing a single from his collaboration album with Leon Russell called “The Union.” GLAAD Media Award nominee Anderson Cooper is also a guest tonight!

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