Monday, Jan. 9
The Bachelor (ABC, 8 pm) Twelve bachelorettes try out for a community theater production written by children.
That’s totally meta, considering that the Bachelor’s story arcs are written for children.
Antiques Roadshow (PBS, 8 pm) A 1960 first edition copy of “To Kill a Mockingbird”; collection of bronzes; rare 1924 Gibson F-5 Lloyd Loar mandolin.
A tea cup with Eleanor Roosevelt’s lip stick on it, a cigar stub Winston Churchill once licked, and a taxidermied collie that might have been one of Lassie’s pups.
Fear Factor (NBC, 9 pm) Contestants face stunts that include eating a lunchbox full of roaches and grasshoppers.
Is it a Star Wars lunchbox? C’mon, show! You know it makes a difference.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (Bravo, 9pm) Kim and her new boyfriend arrive in Hawaii; Kyle confronts Kim about her behavior.
Why now? Kim’s been sucking that crack pipe since Season 1.
Cake Boss: Next Great Baker (TLC, 9 pm) It is the ultimate test; the bakers must create an off-beat wedding cake for a true bridezilla.
Buddy doesn’t know about ‘inside voice’.
America’s Money Class with Suze Orman (OWN, 9 pm) Erasing debt forever.
Don’t buy more shit than you can pay for. Yeah. I don’t know why you didn’t think of it, either.
Rock Center with Brian Williams (NBC, 10 pm) GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s roots in Mexico.
Mitt Romney: the Latino’s candidate.
Scouted (E1, 10 pm) Marissa isn’t sure she has what it takes; Hallie isn’t sure she’s ready to leave her art studies to be a full-time model.
I’m not sure either of them has what it takes to assemble a Whopper.
How Do I Look? (Style, 10 pm) Sylina’s family members and future in-laws do not care for her choice of bright, tight outfits.
If Sylina wants to sell it, she’s gotta put it in the front window.
Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC, 12 am) Uh Huh Her performs.
I don’t know who Uh Huh Her is. But I do know they can’t make Jimmy cool.