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SPECIALS

Noon, TLC, What Not to Wear: Hardest Makeovers in History: A countdown to the number one hardest makeover ever. (PG)

8 PM, CNBC, J.Crew and the Man Who Dressed America: David Faber tells the story of J.Crew and explains what's made this contemporary brand a success.

BROADCAST MOVIES

1 PM, 51, "Batman & Robin" ('97) Arnold Schwarzenegger. The dynamic duo returns to take on an icy villain. (3:00)

8 PM, 17, "Money and Medicine" ('12) The escalating costs of health care in America. (CC) (1:00)

9 PM, 11, "The Cry of the Owl" ('09) Paddy Considine. A man has an affair with a woman whose boyfriend disappears. (2:00)

1:30 AM, 11, "Happy Go Lovely" ('51) Vera-Ellen. A producer thinks a chorus girl is a millionaire's friend. (2:00)

TALK SHOWS

7 AM, 2, Today: Jimmy Fallon and Anthony Anderson; Mike Isabella; Jesse Bradford and Zach Cregger; NeNe Leakes. (CC)

7 AM, 4, CBS This Morning: Actress Carol Burnett. (CC)

7 AM, 7, Good Morning America: Author Caroline Kennedy. (CC)

9 AM, 4, Rachael Ray: Sharon Osbourne; supersized portions; a muffin-tin recipe. (CC)

9 AM, 7, 9, Live! With Kelly and Michael: Jimmy Fallon; NeNe Leakes; National Dog Week. (CC)

9 AM, 23, The Dr. Oz Show: Dr. Joel Fuhrman; weight loss; metabolism. (CC)

9 AM, 29, The 700 Club (CC)

10 AM, 7, AM Buffalo

11 AM, 7, 9, The View: President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama. (CC)

11 AM, 23, We the People With Gloria Allred: A man sues his neighbors because their crying baby kept him awake. (CC)

11 AM, 29, Maury: A man insists he is not the father of his wife's son or his ex-girlfriend's daughter. (CC)



11:30 AM, 23, We the People With Gloria Allred: A man says he was injured while moving a sofa. (CC)

Noon, 2, The Doctors (CC)

Noon, 29, The Steve Wilkos Show: Women accuse their babies' fathers of abuse. (CC)

2 PM, 4, The Talk: Actor Benjamin Bratt; chef Antonia Lofaso. (CC)

2 PM, 23, The Jeff Probst Show: Guests who have experienced terrible breakups include reality TV star Brandi Glanville. (CC)

2 PM, 49, The Jeremy Kyle Show: A man wants a DNA test to clear his brother's name. (CC)

3 PM, 2, 9, Dr. Phil: A young woman says she has replaced her schizophrenia medication with dangerous street drugs. (CC)

3 PM, 4, Anderson Live: Viola Davis, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Rosie Perez; co-host Katherine Schwarzenegger. (CC)

3 PM, 7, The Ricki Lake Show: A mother on a desperate search for her missing daughter; an abduction survivor tells of her escape. (CC)

4 PM, 2, 9, The Ellen DeGeneres Show: Zooey Deschanel; Maggie Elizabeth Jones; No Doubt performs. (CC)

4 PM, 4, The Dr. Oz Show: Possible dangers of sleep-aid melatonin; anti-aging myths. (CC)

4 PM, 7, Katie: Singer Barbra Streisand. (CC)

4 PM, 23, Steve Harvey: Three women divorce their diamonds in order to move on with their lives; piloxing. (CC)

4:30 PM, 17, Tavis Smiley: Author Salman Rushdie. (CC)

5 PM, 23, The Wendy Williams Show: Angela "Big Ang" Raiola; Elle Varner performs. (CC)



11:35 PM, 2, The Tonight Show With Jay Leno: Ann Romney; Seth MacFarlane; Bettye LaVette. (CC)

11:35 PM, 4, Late Show With David Letterman: Actress Kaley Cuoco; The Whigs perform. (CC)

11:35 PM, 7, 11, Nightline (CC)

Midnight, 7, Jimmy Kimmel Live: Castoffs from "Dancing With the Stars"; Melanie Griffith; Kerry Washington; Green Day. (CC)

12:05 AM, 9, The Daily Show With Jon Stewart: King Abdullah II of Jordan. (CC)

12:35 AM, 9, The Colbert Report: Boxer Claressa Shields. (CC)

12:37 AM, 2, Late Night With Jimmy Fallon: Jerry Seinfeld; Anthony Anderson; Zach Cregger; Jesse Bradford; Two Door Cinema Club performs. (CC)

12:37 AM, 4, The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson: Actor Tom Selleck; actress June Diane Raphael. (CC)

1:07 AM, 9, Conan: Bill Burr; Band of Horses. (CC)