On Monday night, catch a proposal on The Secret Life, a spring fling in Cabo on 90210, and Thirteen getting back to work on House. Plus, a RuPaul Rewind on Drag Race, a reconciliation on Nurse Jackie, and a brand new baby on United States of Tara!
What to Watch: Monday, April 18
8:00pm: The Secret Life of the American Teenager, ABC Family (1 hr) NEW
This week, Amy and Ricky’s families come together for the first time when Amy’s dad meets Ricky’s lesbian mom Nora, and Amy pops the question to Ricky after finding out that Adrian and Ben have started planning their wedding.
8:00pm: 90210, CW (1 hr), NEW
When the gang heads to Cabo for some fun in the sun, they get more than they bargained for: out Teddy runs into a former crush, and bisexual Adrianna’s feud with Silver over Navid reaches a boiling point!
8:00pm: House, Fox (1 hr) NEW
Bisexual doctor Thirteen has rejoined the Princeton Plainsboro team, and this week med student Masters might leave it to prepare for a surgical career as she passes House’s final exam.
10:00pm: RuPaul’s Drag Race, LOGO (1 hr) NEW
Now that the competition is down to just three ladies, this week’s RuPaul Rewind takes a look at all the standout moments from the last 13 episodes. Relive the race as Ru revisits the highlights of the season so far!
10:00pm: Nurse Jackie, Showtime (30 min) NEW
This week, Jackie finally makes peace with her best friend out doctor O’Hara. In this clip from tonight’s episode, O’Hara informs Jackie that she’s been offered the position of ER chief:
10:30pm: United States of Tara, Showtime (30 min) NEW
With Charmaine giving birth at the hospital and Neil at her side with their new daughter, Marshall, his boyfriend Lionel, and their out classmate Noah put Charmaine’s empty house to some creative uses this week.
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