TV: Monday Hot List

Jul. 16 2009, Published 9:12 a.m. ET

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How I Met Your Mother is becoming less and less about how Ted will meet his bride-to-be and more and more about Barney and Robin’s hilarious antics while they fight off falling in love—and we’re eating it up! Tonight, Robin thinks that Barney is cheating but it turns out he’s actually getting lessons from Ted on how to date Robin! Too cute for a couple that claims they’re just being casual!

Gossip Girl goes Hollywood tonight with Hilary Duff joining the cast as Vanessa’s new, movie star roommate looking for a “normal” life. Tyra Banks plays one of her cast mates that comes to visit and befriends Serena. And while the gang adjusts to college life, we head back to high school to finally see how Little J is handling her new reign as Queen Bee!

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And the ratings have been dropping but in case you still care, there’s a brand new episode of Jon and Kate Plus Eight. Tonight, an organizational expert comes by to help Kate get the basement in order. And people are wondering why the ratings are dropping when you have exciting storylines like that going on?


One Tree Hill (CW)

Dancing With the Stars (ABC)

How I Met Your Mother (CBS)

House (FOX)

Heroes (NBC)

Lincoln Heights (ABC Family)


Accidentally On Purpose (CBS)


Gossip Girl (CW)

Two and Half Men (CBS)

Lie To Me (FOX)

Trauma (NBC)

Greek (ABC Family)

Unwrapped (Food)

Jon and Kate Plus Eight (TLC)


The Big Bang Theory (CBS)


Castle (ABC)

CSI: Miami (CBS)

The Jay Leno Show (NBC)

Rachel Zoe Project (Bravo)

Ultimate Cake Off (TLC)

Diners, Drive-ins and Dives (Food)


Conan—guest Ellen Page (NBC)



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