Jun 18 2013, 6:22am CDT | by Luigi Lugmayr
On TV this Tuesday: America picks which Voice it most wants to hear, a little birdie tells Pretty Little Liars something crucial, American Restoration bats a hundred and Awkward relives a bunch of uncomfortable moments. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm So You Think You Can Dance (Fox) | The Top 20 dancers are revealed.
8 pm Sex: How It Works (NatGeo) | This special promises to teach “anything and everything you’ve ever wondered about sex” through “real-life stories and simulations.” How very bow-chicka-wow-wow of you, NatGeo.
8 pm Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family) | The latest move by “A” creates a ton of trouble for Emily, and a parrot sheds light on Alison’s last days. (Turns out, she went by the alias “Polly” and really wanted a cracker.)
8 pm America’s Got Talent (NBC) | The auditions hit Chicago.
8 pm Hart of Dixie (The CW) | Repeat to Revisit: Wade and George wind up in the woods with a bunch of Little Rangers, and it turns out Wade’s burning secret isn’t such a secret after all. (Wait, does that sound pervy? His secret is that he likes Zoe. Zoe!)
9 pm Twisted (ABC Family) | A friendly dinner between Danny and Jo’s families goes awry.
9 pm The Haves and the Have Nots (OWN) | Hanna discovers that Katheryn has cancer; Hanna confronts Benny about mortgaging her house.
10 pm American Restoration (History) | Back-to-back episodes: First, singer-songwriter Jason Mraz (pictured at right) gets help restoring his grandfather’s sign, then – in the series’ 100th episode — the L.A. Dodgers’ Tommy Lasorda is on hand as Rick turns a soda cooler into a Dodger Dog receptacle.
Hit the comments with your must-see picks from tonight’s lineup!
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