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TV Tonight: Don't Trust the B, Revenge, CSI


What’s new on the glowing hypnotic eyeball tonight:

Don’t Trust the B in Apt. 23 (ABC) You may recall the pilot episode of the funniest new series in TV—no, not The L.A. Complex—wherein Chloe (Krysten Ritter) runs the Roommate Scam on unsuspecting June (Dreama Walker): ---Reel ‘em in, take their rent money, then force them out with adorably psychotic behavior. Tonight, Chloe’s up to her old tricks to swindle some cash out of some new dummies—how will June react? Survey says: Not well, but she'll remain perky and bake. Meanwhile, James Van Der Beek (James Van Der Beek) launches his own line of skinny jeans. If you’re not watching Don’t Trust the B in Apt. 23, you hate funny. And America.

Revenge (ABC) It’s a flashback episode, so you know what that means: Bangs! Tonight, Revenge goes all the way back to 2002, before Amanda (Emily VanCamp) became vengeful Emily and Victoria (Madeline Stowe) was, of course, just as smokin’ as she is now.

CSI (CBS) Season Finale: Closing out the 12th(!) season, the CSI team investigates a trio of murders surrounding a political fundraiser. Predicted pre-credits zinger: “Looks like this campaign … just went negative.” Hey, let’s see you do better, Ted Danson!

Also new tonight:
The Middle, Suburgatory, Modern Family (ABC); Survivor: One World, Criminal Minds (CBS); Betty White’s Off Their Rockers, Rock Center With Brian Williams, Law & Order: SVU (NBC), American Idol (Fox); America's Next Top Model: British Invasion (The CW); Dog the Bounty Hunter, Duck Dynasty (A&E); Toddlers & Tiaras (TLC); Ghost Hunters, Total Blackout (Syfy); Hot in Cleveland, Happily Divorced (TV Land); The Soup (E!)