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What to Watch on Tuesday: Michael J. Fox on "The Good Wife"

No Ordinary Family (8pm, ABC) - The Powells try to keep their powers a secret when Stephanie's parents (Cybill Shepherd, Bruce McGill) grow suspicious during a surprise visit. Meanwhile, Daphne uses her telepathy to help a friend whose family suffered a home invasion. Directed by David Paymer.

Raising Hope (9pm, Fox) - The family's lack of health insurance becomes an issue when Hope catches a cold, so Jimmy looks for a job with benefits -- at Sabrina's grocery store -- while Virginia tries to protect Maw Maw from getting infected.

Frontline: The Confessions (9pm, UNC-TV) - An examination of the Norfolk Four case, in which four Navy sailors confessed and were convicted of the 1997 rape and murder of a Norfolk, Va., woman. DNA evidence, however, pointed to a different assailant, who later confessed to the crime while serving time for another rape.

The Good Wife (10pm, CBS) - Felicia goes up against a disabled attorney (Michael J. Fox) who tries to use his disability to sway a jury during a class-action suit against a pharmaceutical company. Meanwhile, Kalinda confronts a former friend who is giving Black inside information on her, and Peter becomes considered about Wendy's threat to his campaign because of her rising popularity.

Detroit 1-8-7 (10pm, ABC) - Stone and Sanchez work with Fitch in the investigation of a tech executive's murder that could be the result of corporate competition or a love a triangle.

Fashion Show: Ultimate Collection (10pm, Bravo) - Season 2 opens with a fresh format: Twelve designers are split into two fashion houses, which battle to create cohesive collections and produce fashion shows. First up, they must fashion lines based on series judge Inman's career. Designer Rachel Roy is the guest judge.

C.T. Weekends fashion show luncheon

Just a reminder about the fashion show and luncheon at St. Jacques restaurant hosted by C.T. Weekends on Wednesday (Oct.1).

Tickets are $30 and includes the show, lunch, a gift bag and a donation to WakeTeen.

To find out more or to reserve a seat, call (919) 787-9073 or e-mail ctweekends@aol.com.

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