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If Grey's Anatomy has any fans left, tonight's two-hour fourth season finale is supposedly the night you've been waiting for!

Just kidding. The show still draws millions of loyal viewers. Yet it's been a long time since something interesting happened on it.

Patrick Dempsey Style

Well, that supposedly changes tonight. Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) and Derek (Patrick Dempsey) are going to be getting together for good.

We know this because the show's own creator and producer, Shonda Rhimes, has already said so publicly. We don't get it either.

Anyway, here's a photo from tonight's show. Meredith is holding what looks like champagne, ready to celebrate ... something.

More than three years later, will a terrific episode finally bring Meredith and Derek together - or will the hit medical drama jump the shark for good?

Also, Alex and Izzie may or may not get together, and there's another love triangle involving possible girl-on-girl action. Gotta love Grey's Anatomy!

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Sorry, Bobby Banhart.

But after winning season one of A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila, you had your chance to fully win over this MySpace vixen. You failed. She moved on. And the second season of this dating competition begins tonight.

Not Too Sad

So many dating series-related questions come to mind regarding the new season of A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila:

  • Will Tila Tequila break out a Matt Grant-like British accent in order to sound as adorable as this year's version of The Bachelor?
  • Will she borrow Bret Michaels' bandana?
  • Will Daisy De La Hoya make an appearance?
  • Will season three be filmed simultaneously?

Guess we'll need to tune in in order to find out the answers to these questions and so many more.

What else are we gonna watch, the Pennsylvania Primary results? Just call us when Hillary Clinton drops out.

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As warm weather begins to coat the east coast in sunshine, so does the television dial begin to heat the hearts of viewers with new and exciting programming.

Because we aim to deliver more than just mundane celebrity gossip, here's our look at what couch potatoes can sit back and enjoy this evening:

Gossip Girl: It's back!!! Without the backstabbing actions of Blair, the shady shenanigans of Chuck and the uber-hotness of Serena, our lives have felt emptier over the past few months than K-Fed's bank account after a late-night trip to Scores in Las Vegas; or Heidi Montag's soul; or a Fiji water bottle on a sweltering afternoon in LA.

Tremendous metaphors aside, the point remains: Gossip Girl is back tonight with new episodes. We're giddier than Kim Kardashian at a sale for extra large thongs.

Dancing with the Stars: Despite the fact that Kristi Yamguchi is a heavier favorite on this show than either David Cook or David Archuleta on American Idol, we still tune in every night. Our dream is for a staffer from The Hollywood Gossip to be included on Dancing with the Stars one day.

We'd rumba circles around Perez Hilton. 

The Bachelor: How will Shayne Lamas embarrass herself this week? How many swoons and tears will Matt Grant be responsible for over a period of one hour? So many questions. So many desperate, pathetic women.

WWE RAW: A special three-hour presentation of the WWE's flagship show promises a showdown in the ring between Barack Obama and Hilary Clinton. If it's anything like last week's debate on ABC, John McCain will be declared the winner.

The Hills: This show revolves around spoiled, beautiful socialites named Lauren Conrad, Heidi Montag and Audrina Patridge. Tonight - as a bonus - Justin "Bobby" Brescia reportedly makes his return! What's not to love about him (everything)?

The Hills couples: Heidi and Spencer; Audrina and Justin-Bobby. 

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We know any loyal, educated television fan is watching Pushing Daisies tonight.

But after you've marveled at that brilliant program on ABC, you may wanna wander over to MTV at 10:30. How come? Because Donald Trump is premiering his new reality show tonight. It's called Pageant Place - and it looks wonderfully awful.

The show follows around a series of beauty queens, all of whom have been covered at various times in the past by our diligent celebrity gossip staff. The cameras zoom in on...

  • Katie Blair, Miss Teen USA 2006;
  • Her successor, Hilary Cruz;
  • Riyo Mori, this year's Miss Universe;
  • Rachel Smith, this year's Miss USA.

These vixens pose for photo shoots, travel the world and visit charities, per their beauty pageant duties. All the while, three at a time live in an apartment in New York City.

The promotions for the series promise that it will reveal the sisterly outings, as well as the occasional high-level squabbles, such as the time Smith sniped, "You are a teeny-bopper," and Blair fired back: "You're Miss USA. I'm Miss Teen USA."

Trump sometimes visits the ladies, as does Tara Conner, who has gone from rehabbing cocaine addict to beauty queen supervisor on the show.

It's the sort of life transformation Lindsay Lohan can only pray to make some day.

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Hurry up and finish that last pitcher of cheap happy hour beer tonight. There's great TV to race home and watch.

First up, it's the second season premiere of Friday Night Lights on NBC at 9 p.m.

This drama, focused on the personal lives of students, coaches and parents associated with a high school football team in Texas, is funny, heart warming and as realistic as television gets.

It also stars a young actress named Minka Kelly. Just ask John Mayer how talented she is.

Later in the night, anyone who missed the best new show of the fall season has a chance to rectify this inexcusable mistake: ABC is re-airing the pilot of Pushing Daisies at 11 p.m. It's unlike anything else on TV, a colorful fairy tale that has romance for the ladies and mystery for the men.

Even train wrecks can't resist dramatic and offbeat hits like these. You can bet that Amy Winehouse and Blake Fielder-Civil will be tuning in. So should you.

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Get your DVRs and eyeballs ready, it should be quite the manic Monday of TV watching!

Let's begin with Dancing with the Stars. Beautiful model Josie Maran went home last week, proving that it takes more than looks to win this competition.

The most impressive contestants during the first week were Helio Castroneves, Sabrina Bryan (pictured here with pro partner, Mark Ballas) and Melanie Brown.

The celebrity most in trouble? Dallas Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban. But anything can happen once that music starts playing and hips start shaking... so get ready to feel the rhythm tonight on ABC.

Over on NBC, it's the second episode of Heroes. Tonight, we learn Maya's dangerous super power, while continuing to travel back in time with Hiro. As for Claire and Peter?

Let's hope the rumors of Hayden Panettiere and Milo Ventimiglia dating don't distract these two characters from forging ahead with their missions in life. And that Peter remembers who he is before the episode is over.

To close the evening, put your arm around your loved one and thank the heavens he or she isn't engaged to Katja Decker-Sadowski. As Lauren Conrad found out on The Hills last week, that can be jarring news to discover first hand.

What will happen tonight on this MTV reality series? We're not sure, but Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt will be mocked endless tomorrow for it regardless. You have our word on that.

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Assuming you've stopped laughing after the series premiere of Reaper - and you're welcome for that suggestion, by the way - take a look at the television match-up on tap for tonight:

In one corner, we have Michelle Ryan and Bionic Woman. A remake of a hit series from the 1970s, this action-packed drama stars the British actress as a newly robotic fighting machine. And if that weren't enough to entice viewers, there's a special guest star appearing for few episodes:

Isaiah Washington.

We wonder which sexual preference he'll insult this time.

Opposing Bionic Woman at 9 p.m. tonight (it's a good thing they make DVRs now, huh?) is Private Practice, the Grey's Anatomy spin-off starring Kate Walsh.

It looks to be a bit more comedic than its predecessor, but don't worry, ladies, there' still a round of McHotties to keep you interested. Taye Diggs and Tim Daly are pieces of eye candy that are just about as tasty as they come.

You can't see Michelle Ryan nude or Kate Walsh nude tonight. But you can see these actresses star in their hit new shows.

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The Hollywood Gossip staff loves our TV.

And we also love informing readers of shows we think they should be watching.

You're welcome, by the way, to all those that took our advice last week and are now hooked on Gossip Girl, the guiltiest pleasure this side of watching 21-year-old valley girls go to clubs on The Hills.

Up next in our television watch? Another show on The CW: Reaper.

This hour-long comedy premieres tonight at 9 p.m. It centers around a boy whose parents sold his soul to the Devil at birth. Oddly enough, however, Spencer Pratt isn't the star.

Instead, Bret Harrison plays Sam Oliver - and he's joined by a few friends, as the group sets off on its mission of returning lost, evil souls to Hell. Longtime actor Ray Wise portrays Satan and, well, you're gonna have to trust us. It's funny, funny stuff.

As humorous as the fact that Britney Spears nude instances from the past may have cost her millions in Playboy money? Close to it, at least.

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We've been hearing about Gossip Girl for months.

The latest brainchild of Josh Schwartz, this show on The CW is meant to combine the same humor, drama and beautiful young actors as his previous effort, The OC, delivered. Before it started to suck, that is.

So, was Gossip Girl reminiscent of the (wonderful) first season of The OC... or the (mind-numbingly painful) third season of that Schwartz creation?

For starters, the series is far darker than the one starring Mischa Barton, Adam Brody and Rachel Bilson. There's no Seth Cohen-like character on the Upper Eastside of Mahattan, where Gossip Girl is set.

But the actors do fit their roles nicely, with the most believable and most well done being Dan and Jenny Humphrey, a pair in the mold of Ryan Atwood: they aren't as rich as the rest of the spoiled, young crowd, but they attend the same school for educational purposes.

There's certainly potential here for those that love primetime soap operas. Handsome, pretty faces. Cat fights. Non-stop text messaging and, of course, loads of sex. How can you go wrong?

Follow our link now to read even more about the first episode of Gossip Girl. You'll be glad you did.

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Sometimes, you need a break from Britney Spears attempting to sing and Vanessa Hudgens attempting to be a porn star.

With that in mind, The Hollywood Gossip staff has compiled a list of shows you should watch this fall. Get your TiVo and DVR ready and enjoy...

Pushing Daisies: It's a simple concept, really. The owner of a pie shop can raise people from the dead, but he cannot touch these individuals again or else they stop breathing. There's also a private detective, an adorable Golden Retriever and a lady with one eye. It seriously does look cool.

Chuck: From the creator of The OC. A regular nerd doesn't know he has valuable information implanted inside his head. He's as clueless about this fact as Jessica Simpson is about... everything.

Private Practice: Some folks hated the pilot, but ABC has tweaked the cast a bit and we have faith in Shonda Rimes, the creator of Grey's Anatomy. Plus, Kate Walsh and Taye Diggs are easy on the eyes.

Cavemen: Based on the stars of recent Geico ads. We're just curious if 15 seconds of humor can turn into a lasting sitcom.

Bionic Woman: It was a TV show that was made into a movie and is now being made back into a TV show. Looks like tons of fun, starring Michelle Ryan and Katee Sackhoff.

Friday Night Lights: The best acted show on television. The most realistic characters and story lines on television. Cute boys, pretty girls and football. Something for absolutely everyone.

Rules of Engagement: Just kidding.

Heroes: Last year, they saved the cheerleader... and the world? We'll have to tune in to season two in order to find out.

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