What to Watch: Tuesday, February 7

Openly gay musician Ricky Martin guest stars on Glee, Neal envisions a new life for himself on White Collar, plus new episodes of Days of Our Lives, Undercover Princes, and Southland. 

What to Watch: Tuesday, February 7

8:00pm: Glee, Fox (1 hr) NEW

Openly gay musician Ricky Martin guest stars as McKinley High's newest spanish teacher when Mr. Schuester assigns the glee club a week of spanish music. Rachel tells Kurt and Mercedes about her engagement, and Mercedes has some romance troubles of her own.

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

Hope opens her envelope and is shocked to find her marriage is not what it seems. Sami kicks Rafe out of the loft and Carrie turns to Marlena for support and a drunken Austin turns to Abby.

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

Ben and Lydia face enormous life changes, while Lydia and Ruben investigate the murder of a good Samaritan. Sammy accidentally shoots a dog and is forced into caring for it and more of Tang's past comes to light when she helps a homeless veteran.

10:00pm: Undercover Princes, TLC (1 hr) NEW

Three princes will be living like average joes in Brighton while looking for love, including Crown Prince Manvendra of Rajpipla, the first Indian royal to publicly come out as gay. In tonight's episode the princes try out new techniques after their first attempts at romance failed.

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

Neal joins forces with his ex, Sara, to find a missing Stradivarius. The mission forces him to think about how different his life could have been and how he can change it now.

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