Tessa runs for student council on Suburgatory, Phil and Claire give way too much information on Modern Family, the Happy Endings gang love Max's boyfriend though Max worries that he isn't good enough for Mr. Perfect, plus new episodes of Days of Our Lives, Revenge, and The Challenge: Battle of the Exes.
What to Watch: Wednesday, February 15
Check local listings: Live! with Kelly, syndicated (1 hr) NEW
Ricky Martin stops by to talk about his upcoming role as Che in the revival of the Broadway musical Evita.
8:00pm: Days of Our Lives, SoapNet (1 hr) NEW
Brady learns of Madison's connection to Ian and she pleads with Brady to take her back. Austin is interested in Kayla and Abby uses this setup to get what she wants, and Sami and Carrie have reached the point of no return.
8:30pm: Suburgatory, ABC (30 mins) NEW
Tessa runs for student-body president and pledges to reduce the emphasis on sports at Chatswin High School. Meanwhile, George works to keep Ryan motivated when Ryan learns his wrestling injury will keep him out of the football lineup.
9:00pm: Modern Family, ABC (30 mins) NEW
Phil and Claire overindulge and overshare during a night out to celebrate the sale of a new house to friends of Mitchell and Cameron.
9:30pm: Happy Endings, ABC (30 mins) NEW
The gang all love Max's new boyfriend, except for Dave who attempts to prove that he is just as cool as the new guy. Max himself begins to worry that he can't measure up to his "perfect" date.
10:00pm: Revenge, ABC (1 hr) NEW
Chaos erupts at Emily's engagement party and those close to her are in danger, Charlotte is left hurt and stunned by her family's treachery and wants to ease her pain, while Jack searches desperately for Amanda.
10:00pm: The Challenge: Battle of the Exes, MTV (1 hr) NEW
Old tensions surface between Johnny and Rachel, CT and Diem work to repair their damaged relationship, and Robin believes that the housemembers are all out to get her and suffers an emotional breakdown.
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