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What to Watch: Tuesday, February 28


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Cooper and Tang are involved in a shooting on Southland, Tabatha Takes Over a Minneapolis salon and works to find a compromise between unhappy employees and an absent owner, Beau Bridges guest stars on the White Collar season finale and Peter is forced to choose a side plus a new episode of Days of Our Lives.

What to Watch: Tuesday, February 28

8:00pm: Days of Our Lives, SoapNet (1 hr) NEW

Nicole learns that she is pregnant with EJ's child, but does not want anyone to know. Kayla and Bo encourage Abe to fight for his relationship with Lexi, while Madison asks Ian to let her move on with her life.

10:00pm: Southland, TNT (1 hr) NEW

Tang's day goes from bad to worse as she served legal papers in the morning and involved in a shooting with her partner Cooper in the evening. Lydia makes a decision about her pregnancy and Sammy holds a grudge against Ben for not supporting him regarding drug evidence that may have been planted during a recent arrest.

10:00pm: Tabatha Takes Over, Bravo (1 hr) NEW

Tabatha gives a stockholder a harsh reality check to save his business. His salon is full of unhappy stylists threatening a walk out that will cripple the business, and the current manager is unwilling to work with the employees and the owner. Check out a clip of Tabatha and the manager below.

10:00pm: White Collar, USA (1 hr) SEASON FINALE

Agent Kramer (guest star Beau Bridges) returns to stop Neal's commutation from going through. Peter must choose a side as Neal races to right some of his past misdeeds. Watch a sneak peek below.



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