What to Watch: Tuesday, February 22

Don't miss the party this Tuesday night on Glee, plus new episodes of Chopped, Southland, White Collar, and The Good Wife, and later be sure to catch Leno's guest Rachel Maddow on The Tonight Show!

What to Watch: Tuesday, February 22

8:00pm: Glee, Fox (1 hr), NEW
Rachel throws a booze-fueled shindig at her place and shares a kiss with gay Warbler Blaine during a game of Spin the Bottle (much to Kurt’s chagrin), opening up a conversation about bisexuality.  Check out the “Gleek peek” below:
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10:00pm: Chopped, Food Network (1 hour) NEW
In tonight’s challenge “Crunch Time,” the chefs attempt to make fantastic desserts with potato chips, hosted by out epicure Ted Allen.

10:00pm: White Collar, USA (1 hr)NEW
U.S. Marshals ask Peter and Neal for help tracking down the suspect, but Neal suspects the traitorous FBI agent he and Peter were recruited to catch may have been framed.  When Peter is kidnapped by Keller, Neal and the team (including lesbian agent Diana Barrigan) race to get him back.

10:00pm: Southland, TNT (1 hr) NEW
Tonight, gay officer John Cooper and his police partner Ben Sherman go against law enforcement protocol to help a child in need.

10:00pm: The Good Wife, CBS (1 hr) NEW
Diane’s love interest, ballistics expert Kurt McVeigh, is sued for testimony he gave in a murder trial involving a cop kipper who was recently exonerated. Take a look at the creators of the show talking about private investigator Kalinda Sharma’s sexuality below:

11:30pm: The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC (1 hr) NEW
The always witty and incisive Rachel Maddow is nominated for a GLAAD Media Award this year, and tonight MSNBC’s out journalist and political commentator is Leno’s guest!

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