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What to Watch on Tuesday: An intense season finale for 'Justified'

History Detectives (8pm, UNC-TV) - Among items investigated by the detectives are a Kit Carson biography that may have belonged to his family members and a saddle linked to Hollywood stuntman Yakima Canutt.

The New Normal (9pm, NBC) - The baby is born in the one-hour season (and possibly series) finale.

Justified (10pm, FX) - In the intense Season 4 finale, Boyd and Ava are forced to move a body to save themselves, and Raylan's pregnant ex-wife Winona is threatened by the Detroit mob. I hope everything works out okay and the episode ends with Raylan (Timothy Olyphant, right) getting a haircut.

Golden Boy (10pm, CBS) - McKenzie catches a break in a case that's near and dear to her heart when bullets found at the scene of a subway shooting match those used to kill her brother several years ago.

Body of Proof (10pm, ABC) - A murder victim's rabid neighbor bites Tommy, and after another rabies fatality, Megan calls on the new health commissioner to aid in their investigation.

Oprah: Where Are They Now? (10pm, OWN) - Omarosa discusses the death of her boyfriend, actor Michael Clarke Duncan. Also interviewed, Paul Michael Glaser from "Starsky and Hutch."

"L.A. Hair" weaves the usual mix of salon attitude & bad behavior

The hair salon has become TV short hand for diva attitude, gossip, fighting, and transformation. It's the reason why the reality genre keeps returning to there, and the reason why my favorite show typically centered on hair salons is Bravo's "Tabatha Takes On." If you're not familiar, Tabatha Coffey's mission is to remove all those characteristics and turn hair salons (and now other places) into place where work takes place.

I think Coffey would like to get her hands on the Kimble Hair Salon featured on "L.A. Hair," (9 tonight, WeTV) a high-end salon featuring stylist Kim Kimble who has done the tresses of folks like Kelly Rowland, Brandy, Mary Mary, and Omarosa. Kimble herself gets that she is supposed to be running a professional high-end salon. Her staff, not so much.

"Top Model" Toccara brings her curves to "The Ultimate Merger"

Much has changed since we last saw TV One's take-off on "The Bachelorette."

First of all, "Donald J. Trump Presents" has been removed from the title making it just "The Ultimate Merger" (TV One, 9 tonight). Whether that's because the Donald tarnished his brand with African-Americans because of his questionable attacks on President Obama's birthplace or because having  "Donald J. Trump Presents" in the title is ridiculous, we'll never know. There's mention that the hotel is Trump-owned, but this time there's no offensive warning to the men not to damage any property. Yep, that actually happened.

Despite the fact that she didn't find love, Omarosa isn't back (she found it off camera with actor Michael Clarke Duncan); instead another one-namer, model Toccara sorts through 14 men to find Mr. Right.

What to Watch on Thursday: George Wallace helps Omarosa find a mate

100 Questions (8:30pm, NBC) - Charlotte and Wayne compete to see who can be the first to have a one-night-stand. Jill and Leslie help Charlotte score a firefighter, and Mike helps Wayne with an Israeli model (wait - Wayne needs help?). I'm going to miss this little sitcom when NBC cancels it.

Rookie Blue (9pm, ABC) - If this show were a beer, it'd be called "Southland Ultra Lite." Tonight, Andy and her training officer look for an informant whose cover has been blown, while the other rookies are involved in a manhunt for a violent escaped convict.

So You Think You Can Dance (9pm, Fox) - Ne-Yo sings "Beautiful Monster" and there's a performance of "Return to Sender" from Cirque du Soleil's ELVIS.

Ultimate Merger (10pm, TV One) - The remaining men courting Omarosa (left, with Al B. Sure) face a debate challenge, with comedian George Wallace as judge. TV One is channel 330 on Time Warner Cable.

Boston Med (10pm, Fox) - In the second installment of this compelling docu-series, a soldier is reunited with his family for the first time since the birth of his son, who is born with a heart defect requiring surgery. Also, a nurse copes with unruly behavior in the ER.

Bethenny Getting Married? (10pm, Bravo) - The wedding draws closer and Bethenny is still extremely stressed out. Jason doesn't want to help with the planning, Alex McCord from "Real Housewives" throws Bethenny a shower, and Bethenny attends her rehearsal brunch.

In 'Ultimate Merger,' bachelorette Omarosa means business

You may not like Omarosa, but you might (grudgingly) respect her.

The woman has blazed a successful trail of funky attitude since her appearance on "The Apprentice," and although she didn't leave with the title, she left with something perhaps more valuable: the friendship of Donald Trump.

Now Trump, who if nothing else knows how to make a dollar, has produced "Donald J. Trump Presents The Ultimate Merger" (TV One, 9 tonight), an eight-episode series that centers around Omarosa finding her romantic match.

Yes, it's like "The Bachelorette" but don't expect roses. When the contestants' dossiers include a credit report and a prenup, you know you've entered a different kind of space.

Trump & Omarosa go for another dose of reality

 

Donald Trump has racked up three wives, but there's one woman he's stuck with: Omarosa.

And now, TV One has announced that the two are getting together again for a new reality series called "Omarosa's Ultimate Merger."

Yep, the woman TV Guide named the #1 reality TV villain is trying to find a man.

Here's how they describe the premise:

On the show, Omarosa will put a cadre of 12 hot, successful bachelors through a gauntlet of tests. These challenges are designed to play upon their weaknesses, test their
business acumen, measure their seductive strengths, and draw out their true intentions.

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