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What to Watch on Wednesday: Midseason finale for 'Royal Pains'

Buried Treasure (8pm, Fox) - The Keno brothers visit an art-filled New Jersey home, a Vermont horse farm that was devastated by fire, and Texas family whose home might (or might not) contain unexpected treasures.

Royal Pains (9pm, USA) - In the summer finale, an art collector (Wilmer Valderrama, right) loses consciousness while viewing a piece of art he has pursued for years. Also, Hank works out a treatment for Paige's mother, against the wishes of General Collins, and Divya tries to balance the demands of HankMed and Hamptons Heritage.

Primetime Nightline: My (Extra) Ordinary Life (10pm, ABC) - Cynthia McFadden explores the medical, surgical, social, and emotional challenges facing transgender youngsters.

Hot in Cleveland (10pm, TV Land) - In the Season 2 finale, Joy and Victoria wake up to a house in disarray, full of dozing frat boys and  roaming iguana, with no recollection of Elka's bachelorette party the night before. And the bride-to-be is nowhere to be found.

Rescue Me (10pm, FX) - A major fire breaks out on the day of Colleen and Black Shawn's wedding.

Necessary Roughness (10pm, USA) - Dani tackles a playoff curse that's plagued the Hawks for years, and also turns her attention to the team's self-destructive mascot. Also, Dani's relationship with J.D. progresses.

What to Watch on Wednesday: Farewell (for now) to 'Franklin & Bash'

So You Think You Can Dance (8pm, Fox) - Christina Applegate and Lil C are the guest judges tonight.

Franklin & Bash (9pm, TNT) - The good news is tonight's episode is the season finale. The bad news is that the show has been renewed for a second season. (Hey, if I can't mock Franklin and Bash, right, who can I mock?)

Roseanne's Nuts (9pm, Lifetime) - Roseanne attempts to cook a Passover meal using only vegetables from her farm, but soon realizes she needs more food and enlists the help of her celebrity guests to prepare dinner.

Necessary Roughness (10pm, USA) - Dani helps an extreme sports star whose nightmares begin to affect his performance. Also, Dani prepares for her high school reunion, even though her ex-husband will also be there.

Rescue Me (10pm, FX) - Tommy's 9/11 interview airs, with predictably combustible results. Meanwhile, Sean goes out with Emily, the bridal shop clerk, and Kelly gets the results of her blood test.

Primetime Nightline: Beyond Belief (10pm, ABC) - In a report on out-of-body experiences, Bob Woodruff recalls his own shortly after being injured in a bombing in Iraq in 2006. Woodruff also interviews Colton Burpo, the boy whose experiences are recounted in the best seller, "Heaven Is For Real."

What to Watch on Wednesday: The devil makes you watch 'Dance Moms'

Roseanne's Nuts (9pm, Lifetime) - Roseanne is invited to sing the national anthem at a local girl's softball game, and she asks her friend, singer Bonnie Bramlett, to help her rehearse.

Dance Moms (10pm, Lifetime) - Moms allow their little girls to wear tarty clothes in a competition and scandal ensues. It's got to be killing someone that this show is opposite "Toddlers & Tiaras" (TLC), not to mention a show about demonic possession (see below).

Primetime Nightline: Beyond Belief (10pm, ABC) - Demonic possession and the concept of Satan being responsible for acts of evil  are explored by Terry Moran, who also follows Catholic priests training to perform exorcisms and then interviews a woman who says she had one. ABC wants you to know that exorcism footage will be included in this broadcast.

Damages (10pm, DirecTV 239) - Ellen presents the High Star case to her partners, and Chris begins to believe he's being targeted by someone who wants to keep him quiet. Some pretty gruesome violence in this episode, just warning you...

Storage Wars (10pm, A&E) - In the season premiere of this show in which people bid on the foreclosed contents of storage units, Barry takes a friend from Aerosmith along on an appraisal. There's a second episode at 10:30.

Rescue Me (10pm, FX) - Tommy responds emotionally when he learns about a 9/11 documentary featuring Jimmy Keefe.

What to Watch on Wednesday: Discovery looks at Wallendas' "Life on a Wire"

The Voice (8pm, NBC) - The final four singers are unveiled in a results show.

Franklin & Bash (9pm, TNT) - It saddens me that Harry Hamlin ("LA Law") is guest starring on a show about lawyers and that show is "Franklin & Bash."

Life on a Wire (10pm, Discovery) - A sneak peek at a new limited series commissioned by Discovery that profiles highwire walker Nik Wallenda and his incredible family.

Primetime Nightline: Beyond Belief (10pm, ABC) - The first of a five-part series from the producers of "Nightline" on spirituality and ESP opens by exploring possible extrasensory links between identical twins that are said to enable them to share emotions and physical sensations when they're not together. Juju Chang reports.

Men of a Certain Age (10pm, TNT) - Joe's friendship with bookie Manfro becomes more twisted and tangled. Also, Owen plants hidden cameras in the dealership to observe the behavior of his sales team, and Terry's date night goes off course.

Rocco's Dinner Party (10pm, Bravo) - Three chefs compete to serve a themed meal for Rocco's mystery guest, described as a "well traveled culinarian" (Anthony Bourdain?). Other guests include D.L. Hughley, Mary Alice Stephenson, Bebel Gilberto, Gilles Mendel, and Cindi Levine.

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