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The Vampire Diaries

PROM NIGHT IN MYSTIC FALLS — After making a decision that infuriates Klaus, Elijah proposes a life-changing challenge for Rebekah.  Caroline finds that her carefully laid plans for the perfect Senior Prom night are disrupted by Elena, so she turns to an amused Klaus for a solution.
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8 PM

The Carrie Diaries

It's 1984, and life isn't easy for 16-year-old Carrie Bradshaw, since her mother passed away. When Carrie is offered an internship in Manhattan, she leaps at the chance. Her eyes are opened wide at the glamour and grit of New York City – and she's fallen in love with the most important man in her life – Manhattan. More>>

9 PM

America's Next Top Model: Guys and Girls

THE MODELS SHOOT A GENDER BENDING COMMERCIAL — Tensions run high when some of the models accuse another of abusing her power in the house.  The guys and girls act as fashion correspondents in a challenge led by celebrity blogger Perez Hilton.  Then, their acting skills are put to the test when they shoot a fragrance commercial with a role-reversing twist. More>>

10:30 PM

Seinfeld

It's been hailed by TV Guide as "the greatest show of all time."Clever plots, snappy dialogue and crafty characters continue to keep audiences laughing.
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