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The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

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House

Though the honeymoon isn’t over yet, House and Cuddy’s relationship is starting to show the beginnings of conflict. The two seem to be afraid to take it to the next level – serious. To top it off, Cuddy’s shoe-nibbling daughter and House’s former hooker-turned-masseuse aren’t helping either of the two get there anytime soon. Dealing with Thirteen’s absence, the stand-in hired by Chase falls short of filling the new shoes. Thankfully, she came and went within an episode, but it was still one episode too long. First Cameron, then Thirteen, who’s next?

>> Mondays at 7 p.m. CST on FOX

Modern Family

When an earthquake hits, it’s the least of everyone’s worries. Gloria thinks the quake is the result of God’s wrath when Jay chooses golf over church – bringing Manny with him. When Claire is trapped in the bathroom, Phil sees it as the perfect opportunity to fix the bookshelf she’s been nagging him about for weeks. Cameron and Mitchell try to use the natural disaster as an excuse to get out of their flamboyant friend’s themed brunch, but lying only gets them deeper into trouble.

>> Wednesdays at 8 p.m. CST on ABC

Glee

This week, Schue assigns a duet competition, with the prize being an ever-so-enticing coupon to an imitation Olive Garden. Kurt wants to sing with Sam, the new guy, but Finn is afraid it will scare him out of staying in Glee Club. Brittany pairs up with Artie after being rebuffed both artistically and romantically by Santana, eventually leading him to lose her virginity to her. Meanwhile, Sam makes his move on Quinn, who initially turns him down. After some encouragement from Finn and Rachel, who want Sam to win so that he’ll stay in the club, they decide to partner up and go on to win the competition. And that’s what you missed on Glee!

>> Tuesdays at 7 p.m. CST on FOX

Gossip Girl

Love triangles are so last season. After all, our favorite Upper East Siders prefer love pentagons. Juliet convinces Vanessa to steal Serena’s phone so she can see whether or not S slept with Dan, when in reality Juliet really wanted to send a suggestive email to Serena’s professor to get her kicked out of Columbia. Meanwhile, Chuck continues on his “me versus you, no limits” war to academically and socially destroy Blair, only this time attacking his way through Columbia. After all is said and done, the episode ends with Chuck’s call to Parson’s to register a new classmate. Could this mean Little J is finally returning to the Big Apple?

>> Mondays at 8 p.m. CST on CW

How I Met Your Mother

When Marshall’s friend spots Woody Allen in a restaurant, they’re inspired to start a race on who can get there first. After an epic race involving the subway, Ranjanit the cab driver, buses, and Barney faking a heart attack in order to ride in an ambulance, Barney lets Robyn win in order to convince her to stay in New York. Though the episode was entertaining, it was clearly made for New Yorkers, by New Yorkers. And the Woody Allen sighting? Never happened. Instead, we had to settle for an inexplicable appearance by Maury Povitch.

>> Mondays at 7 p.m. CST on CBS

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