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What to Watch on Tuesday: ESPN's 'Nine for IX' doc series profiles Pat Summitt

Pretty Little Liars (8pm, ABC Family) - Spencer and Emily tour a college for different reasons: Spencer digs into Ali's link to the school, while Emily ponders her academic future.

Nine for IX: Pat XO (8pm, ESPN) - The latest in this ESPN "about women, by women" documentary series presents the story of legendary University of Tennessee basketball coach Pat Summitt (right), told through the eyes of her son Tyler and numerous others whose lives were touched during her record-setting career. Tamika Catchings, Peyton Manning and Kenny Chesney are among those featured. It's directed by Lisa Lax and Nancy Stern Winters and produced by Robin Roberts.

Interior Therapy (9pm, Bravo) - Jeff's design is questioned as he squares off against a demanding client in the Season 2 opener.

Rizzoli & Isles (9pm, TNT) - TJ's christening takes a nightmarish turn when a body is found in the church. Meanwhile, Jane comes close to abusing her power to protect Tommy, who's mired in a custody battle.

Frontline: Two American Families (10pm, UNC-TV) - The stories of two Milwaukee families as they struggle to remain in the middle class over a 20-year period.

Drunk History (10pm, Comedy Central) - A new series in which drunk comedians tell stories from American history and then A-list comedic actors act out the stories, lip-synching to the drunken ramblings. It's mostly hilarious. In tonight's debut, the stories of Watergate and John Wilkes Booth assassinating Abraham Lincoln are really funny (especially Adam Scott as Booth), but the third segment is a big miss. Here's my review of "Drunk History."

Property Envy (10pm, Bravo) - Property mavens Jeff Lewis (see "Interior Therapy" above), Mary McDonald and Brandie Malay discuss and spotlight luxury real estate in this panel talk show hosted by Stephen Collins. The premiere episode focuses on a house in Beverly Hills and an artist's getaway in Idaho. Another episode airs at 10:30.

What to Watch on Wednesday: 'Modern Family' sends out a clown

Survivor: One World (8pm, CBS) - No chance tonight's episode is as bat-poo crazy as last week, with Colton's stunning tribal council move. Tsk, tsk, tsk.

Modern Family (9pm, ABC) - Cameron has a reunion with his estranged clown partner at a funeral for their former mentor, and Phil gets bullied by a real estate rival when he tries to land an important listing. All the ABC comedies are new tonight. "Happy Endings" is always especially joyous.

Interior Therapy with Jeff Lewis (9pm, Bravo) - In this spin-off of "Flipping Out,"  Jeff Lewis revamps homes while also trying to transform the personal lives of the people who live in them. Also stars Jeff's assistant Jenni Poulos and his housekeeper Zoila Chavez.

Criminal Minds (9pm, CBS) - Married couples living in Seattle are murdered. Meanwhile, Garcia fears a proposal from Kevin is imminent.

Only in America with Larry the Cable Guy (9pm, History) - Larry profiles folks committed to catching various animals and critters. Among his stops is a visit with a man who uses GPS-enhanced dogs to track feral pigs.

Psych (10pm, USA) - Shawn and Gus go undercover to investigate an attack on a reality-TV contestant who appeared on a dating show in which men compete for the affections of a woman they've crossed paths with, but never actually met.

Face Off (10pm, Syfy) - In the Season 2 finale, the three finalists must each create three original characters from a specific genre that will perform in a routine at the Alex Theatre in Glendale, California.

Time to 'flip out' again with Jeff Lewis

Our lovable jerk is back.

Jeff Lewis returns tonight for the fourth season of Bravo's "Flipping Out," and even though the OCD house-flipper/designer can be a real tyrant with his employees, there's still something awfully endearing about him. One minute he's castigating assistant Jenni over a minor mistake, and the next he's giggling like a little boy because his dog peed on another assistant's head. I'm sorry, but I can't help but love this guy.

Of course, the shadow hanging over Season 4 is Jeff's painful split from former friend and business partner Ryan Brown over accusations last season that Ryan stole business from Jeff. I still can't  forget Bravo's excruciating reunion show during which their friendship was obliterated before our eyes.

In tonight's season premiere, there's no sign of Ryan, and we won't see him at all this season, but we do get plenty of housekeeper Zoila, house boy Jett, and assistants Jenni, Sarah, and Chace (as well as all the cats and dogs).

Flipping Out: A reunion and a relationship down in flames

If you've been watching Bravo's "Flipping Out" this season, you know there has been a lot of turnover in Jeff Lewis' design business and also in his life.

Around the middle of the season, Jeff believed he had discovered that his longtime best friend and business partner Ryan Brown had been stealing business from him. Jeff eventually confronted Ryan (he denied any wrongdoing) and the two ended their professional relationship.

Tuesday night's reunion show was our chance to see if any of those fences had been mended since the taping of the season finale (which showed Jeff attending -- and paying for -- a birthday party for Ryan's daughter).

Sadly, fences were not only unmended, they were essentially trampled and set afire Tuesday night.

Flipping Out: On pajama parties and brown salsa

The teaser for Tuesday night's "Flipping Out" originally made me think Jeff's new part-time assistant Rachel would be getting the boot. I half-joked in What to Watch that she might get fired for forgetting to get the guacamole for Jeff's El Pollo Loco lunch (the straw that broke Assistant Chris's back in Season 2).

Well, Rachel did not get fired (yet) but there was an eerily similar incident last night involving a lunchtime shortage of brown salsa that has one of her post-it note-loving feet firmly in the unemployment line.

As Jeff might ask, "What have we learned here?"

What to Watch on Tuesday: Flipped out for Jeff Lewis

Shaq vs. (9pm, ABC) - This time Shaq takes on Olympic volleyball players Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh. Shaq gets to partner with mens champ Todd Rogers. Also, Serena Williams counsels Shaq on the psyche of female athletes.

Flipping Out (10pm, Bravo) - I'll admit I've totally flipped out for this show and its OCD house-flipping star Jeff Lewis (right). Tonight, Jeff's professional growth-slash-desperation shows as he bends to a new client's whim and attends a meeting in his pajamas. Also, Jeff has a huge blowout with his business partner Ryan, and yet another assistant bites the dust. Can't wait to see if it's because she called the wrong "Chris" or if she forgot to get the guac at El Pollo Loco (the latter is a fireable offense).

Hell's Kitchen (8pm, Fox) - Dinner service is marred by repeated mistakes and a bossy teammate. This is the description of every episode of "Hell's Kitchen." My question is, can any of these people actually cook? They've been fouling up the same dishes over and over for weeks now.

Real Housewives of Atlanta: Is Kandi more ghetto than NeNe?

Thank goodness for editing.

The extended episode of last week's wig shifting fight only proved that Sheree was even more gangsta than we thought. (She started the tugging in the restaurant.) And that NeNe has no idea what she wants from Kim. She says she wanted Kim to just say "I said some things, you said some things, let's move forward." Didn't that happen at their private get together at Cinco?

And why is Michael Lohan everywhere?

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