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What to Watch: Tuesday, February 15

Tuesday night brings brand new episodes of Glee and Southland, plus a new serving of Chopped and the long-awaited return of FBI Agent Lana Delaney on The Good Wife.

What to Watch: Tuesday, February 15

8:00pm: Glee, Fox (1 hr), NEW
This week, Rachel and Mercedes will have a diva-off to the tune of “Take Me or Leave Me” from Rent! Also, Sue joins the Glee Club, Sam starts a tribute band, and maybe we’ll see how Kurt and Blaine continue their friendship now that they’ve decided to stay platonic.  Here's a sneak peek for the Gleeks:
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10:00pm: The Good Wife, CBS (1 hr) NEW
Will and Diane are involved in a case where a young internet billionaire clashes with a film studio that defamed him(sound familiar?), and when Kalinda finds out that she's losing a resource in the state attorney's office she goes to FBI agent Lana Delaney, whom she’d formerly had a romantic connection with.

10:00pm: Southland, TNT (1 hr) NEW
A suspended Lydia bonds with an injured waitress, while John tries to clean up a neighborhood. Last week we finally saw him with a man; will we see more of the quiet officer’s love life this week?

10:00pm: Chopped, Food Network (1 hr) NEW
Fresh pasta, sour pickles and a simple cut of meat are on the menu for the chefs on tonight’s episode hosted by out gourmand Ted Allen, and the dessert round gets dangerous when one of the finalists suffers an injury as he attempts to accomplish a Chopped first.

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