Today's Picks: Fashion Week, Spinal Tap, and Pretzels

Spinal Tap is Back from the Dead!

More to Love (9 p.m., FOX): If "The Bachelorette: After the Final Rose" (10 p.m., ABC) isn't enough to satisfy your dating show cravings, More to Love should do the trick. Think of it as a Big and Tall version of The Bachelor. Luke Conley is 6'3" and 300 lbs. -- and the 20 women he's choosing from aren't petite, either. In the premiere episode, Luke meets the ladies and eliminates five.

NYC Prep (9 p.m., BRAVO): What happens when rich kids meet couture? We're not sure, but we think cat fights and checkbooks are involved. This week, the NYC Prep-sters head to New York Fashion Week to take in the sights, sounds, and seams -- and Jessie gets the chance to intern with two big-name designers.

Rescue Me (10 p.m., FX): is the perfect example of a manly man's soap opera. It's got relationship drama, family drama -- and firefighters. In "Lesbos," Tommy (Denis Leary) and Mike (Mike Lombardi) deal with the fairer sex.

The Daily Show (11 p.m., COMEDY): It's been 25 years since Nigel Tufnel (Christopher Guest), David St. Hubbins (Michael McKean), and Derek Smalls (Harry Shearer) -- better known as Spinal Tap -- gave the world "Hell Hole," "Sex Farm," and "Stonehenge." Now they're Back from the Dead, and touting a new album by the same name. Isn't it a coincidence that Stewart's show starts at 11?

Seinfeld (11:30 p.m., TBS): Sick of the reality shows taking over Tuesday-night TV? (Miami Social, Big Brother, Hell's Kitchen, The Colony, and America's Got Talent are all new tonight.) Enjoy a classic half-hour of nothing. "The Alternate Side" is one of Seinfeld's most quote-worthy episodes -- Elaine is dating an older man, George is re-parking cars, Jerry is getting a rental car, and Kramer is an extra in a Woody Allen movie. Grab a drink and tune in -- "These pretzels are makin' me thirsty!"

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