Tonight we've got a mysterious game show, celebrities swapping wives for the last time, and baked goods with possibly ESP.

At 8/7c. is another Food Fighters on NBC, while on Pretty Little Liars, Ali moves in, turning Hanna even shithouse crazier, while Spencer and Emily go looking for dead crazy girls in the wrong graves, and Aria plans a wedding. There's also apparently the fourth episode of the third season of The Chase on GSN.

If you're wondering what that is, I hope you are okay never knowing because this is their press release: "Hosted by Brooke Burns and featuring the brilliant and intimidating Mark 'The Beast' Labbett facing down all challengers... one of GSN's most popular original series ever... also garnered critical acclaim and fervent fans alike." (I did not leave out any pertinent information in this quote. For there was none to omit.)

At 9/8c. Dance Moms premieres ("Double The Moms, Double The Trouble") on Lifetime, there's a one-hour Degrassi finale on Teen Nick, the fourth episode of Married At First Sight premieres, and on TLC something is going on involving both cake baking and the Long Island Medium that I don't really get.

But honestly who cares about any of that, it's the Real Housewives Of New York Reunion and the Countess is loving life lately and that's all I need. (That, and medication for my moderate to severe asthma.)

At 10/9c. you can watch Finding Carter which is very good, even if you have already solved the mystery like some of us, or Covert Affairs, or Celebrity Wife Swap with celebrities Plaxico Burress, currently a free agent, and DJ Paul, who may or may not be the surviving third sixth of the Three 6 Mafia. Tyrant may or may not air on FX at this time, there's really no way to be sure until it's actually happening.

Before Nathan For You finally airs its big "Dumb Starbucks" episode after what seems like a decade of anticipatory conversation, Drunk History will feature Charleston-centric performances by the genius Rich Fulcher, the hilarious Brendon T. Jackson, and participant Patton Oswalt.

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