On TV this Friday: Lost Girl is hot for teacher, Real Life: The Musical brings Broadway to the average joe, Common Law is shrink rapt and House reminds us that “Everybody Dies.” Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar tonight.
8 pm 2012 Summer Olympics (NBC) | Tonight’s events include volleyball, swimming, track and field and diving.
8 pm House (Fox) | If you missed House’s series finale in May, this Repeat to Revisit is your chance to catch up. Several faces from the cranky doc’s past show up one last time in this death-defying final hour of the long-running medical drama.
8 pm Tyler Perry’s House of Payne (TBS) | Back-to-back episodes find Calvin working to strengthen his relationship with Miranda and encountering his shooter again.
9 pm Say Yes to the Dress (TLC) | Just call this episode Footballers’ Wives: American Edition. Mike & Molly’s Holly Robinson Peete (who’s renewing her vows with former NFL player Rodney Peete), Houston Texans offensive tackle Duane Brown’s fiancée Devon and New York Giants offensive tackle Adam Koets’ intended Taya all go to Kleinfeld to find the perfect frocks for their big days.
10 pm Lost Girl (Syfy) | Bo, Kenzi and Dyson go undercover at a high school to investigate a case of students collapsing.
10 pm Blue Bloods (CBS) | Danny tries to investigate a case and have a romantic weekend with Linda at the same time in the evening’s second Repeat to Revisit.
10 pm 3 Days to Open With Bobby Flay (Food Network) | Flay lends his expertise to Cove Lounge, which seeks to serve high-end comfort food in Harlem.
10 pm Comedy Bang! Bang! (IFC) | Missing your weekly dose of Parks and Recreation? At least you can grab some face time with Adam Scott as he – as well as Andy Samberg and Patton Oswalt – visit with Scott.
10 pm Real Life: The Musical (OWN) | This unscripted show, back from hiatus, helps regular folks give special people in their lives the Glee treatment by staging a live “flash musical” (with some professional assistance). In tonight’s episode, Dancing With the Stars pro Mark Ballas and others work with Marilu Henner’s son, Nick, to thank a teacher who changed his life.
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