What to Watch: Wednesday, February 22

Dalia and Tessa plot against each other on Suburgatory, Modern Family's characters give out way too much information, Brad and Jane have their yearly argument on Happy Endings plus new episodes of The Challenge and Days of Our Lives.

What to Watch: Wednesday, February 22 

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

Kate's connection to Ian is revealed when she learns the truth about him and Madison. Marlena exposes Sami's lie, Abigail comes up with a new plan to make Austin jealous and Ian presents a business plan to Victor.

8:30pm: Suburgatory, ABC (30 mins) NEW

Jill and Noah's marriage is struggling and Jill tries to turn to Dallas for support. Dallas finds it tough to be too upset for her friend when her relationship with Yoni (guest star Wilder Valderrama) is taking off. Dalia befriends Lisa in an attempt to get back at Tessa for dating Scott, but two can play that game. Tessa recruits Kimantha to make Dalia jealous.

9:00pm: Modern Family, ABC (30 mins) NEW

Phil overhears something that will forever change his perception of his little girl, Mitchell ruins one of Jay's proudest golf moments and Gloria learns Claire's dangerous and dirty little secret.

9:30pm: Happy Endings, ABC (30 mins) NEW

The gang waits for Brad and Jane's annual "Spring Smackdown," the true gauge of whether or not winter is ending and if Max can come out of hibernation.

10:00pm: The Challenge: Battle of the Exes, MTV (1 hr) NEW

Paula and Ty's relationship is heating up while Abram and Cara Maria struggle with their undefined relationship with both wanting different things. Camila gets jealous and goes on a drunken rampage through the cast house. Watch a season preview below.


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