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What to Watch on Tuesday: It's Shaq vs. the World

Shaq Vs. (9pm, ABC) - NBA star Shaquille O'Neal steps away from the basketball court to challenge other athletes in their chosen sport. Tonight Shaq trains with the Pittsburgh Steelers and then takes on QB Ben Roethlisberger. The challenge culminates with each man leading a team in a 7-on-7 game. Later in the series, Shaq will take on Michael Phelps, Serena Williams, Oscar De La Hoya, and others.

The Cleaner (10pm, TNT) - A self-help guru asks for William's help when her drug addicted son disappears. When William's team finds the young man, they discover he also suffers from gender dysphoria. 

Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel (10pm, HBO) - The must see interview with Nick Schuyler, the only survivor in the boating accident which claimed the lives of former NCSU football star Corey Smith, and NFL players Marquis Cooper and Will Bleakley

Flipping Out (10pm, Bravo) - Our favorite obsessive-compulsive house flipper Jeff Lewis returns tonight for his third season on Bravo. Since the housing market has tanked,  Jeff can't flip houses so he's resorted to decorating. But don't worry. Just because he's not flipping doesn't mean he's not flipping out.

HBO show looks at boating accident that killed ex-Pack football star

Tonight's "Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel" features an emotional interview with Nick Schuyler, the only survivor of a boating accident which claimed the lives of ex-NCSU football player Corey Smith (left) and two other men back in February.

Even if you don't care about football or sports, this is something you should try to watch (if you have HBO). Schuyler gives correspondent Bernard Goldberg a detailed account of what happened the day Schuyler, Smith, Marquis Cooper, and Will Bleakley left the Tampa coast for a day-long fishing trip that ended with tragedy.

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