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What to Watch: Wednesday, February 16

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This Wednesday night, tune into Modern Family for Lily’s Princess Party and a chilling challenge on Face Off. Then, Rocky Horror airs on the Fox Movie Channel and Rosie O’Donnell is a guest on Jimmy Fallon’s Late Night!

What to Watch: Wednesday, February 16

9:00pm: Modern Family, ABC (30 min) NEW
Mitchell upsets his partner Cameron when he bans his clown persona Fizbo from their daughter Lily’s princess-themed birthday party but invites his mother DeDe, who shows up with Claire’s ex-boyfriend from high school.

9:00pm: Rocky Horror Picture Show, Fox Movie Channel (2 hrs)
Do the Time Warp again with the legendary LGBT classic playing on FMC tonight. Don't miss the omnisexual exploits of everyone's favorite Transylvanian scientist Dr. Frank-N-Furter and his cronies.

10:00pm: Face Off, Sy Fy (1 hr) NEW
Last week, out contestants Marcel and Gage teamed up to create an alien that earned the judges’ approval and kept them both in the competition. How will they fare this week in the “horror villain” challenge?  Here’s a preview of this week’s episode:

12:35pm: Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, NBC (1 hr) NEW
Rosie O’Donnell is Jimmy’s first guest tonight, discussing her upcoming episode of NBC’s celebrity genealogy show “Who Do You Think You Are?”

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