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TV Junkie: New TV Faces to Appear in DC Along with New Administration

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Barack Obama's win on Tuesday means that not only will there be a changing of the guard at the White House, but entire new teams of television reporters will be heading to Washington D.C. as well. Evidently reporters who did exceptionally well on the death march of a campaign trail will be rewarded with coveted D.C. assignments, but at this point the networks aren't issuing any specifics.

The TV Junkie Plan: "The Office", "30 Rock", "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia", Letterman, Conan

8:00pm Ugly Betty ABC - Betty tries to get the attention of her cute neighbor

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9:00pm Kitchen Nightmares FOX - Gordon Ramsay visits a restaurant that is going under due to imitation seafood and a lack of management.

9:00pm The Office NBC - Jim and Pam decide to spend every minute together; Andy and Angela choose a location for their wedding.

9:00pm Destroyed in Seconds Discovery - Season Finale

9:30pm 30 Rock NBC - Oprah guests. Somebody, but somebody voice-of-reason the horribly intrusive musical soundtrack that appeared with last week's episode.

10:00pm It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia FX - Hoping to make the bar a landmark, the gang tells the Philadelphia Historical Society that Paddy's Pub was responsible for cracking the Liberty Bell. Hopefully you didn't miss last weeks hilarious recreation of "One Flew Over the Cookoo's Nest" for Danny DeVito's benefit.

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10:00pm LA Ink TLC - Corey loves the environment at LA Ink, but the long commute keeps him away from his children

11:35pm The Late Show With David Letterman CBS - Actor Ben Stiller; child scientists; Q-Tip performs.

12:35am Late Night With Conan O'Brien NBC - Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright; Lordi performs.

Pic of "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia" via FX