MORNING 7 a.m. Today Jenna Elfman, Oscar nominations, 2012's celebrity baby names. (KARE, Ch. 11) Good Morning America Rob Lowe. (KSTP, Ch. 5) 9 a.m. LIVE! With Kelly and Michael William H. Macy, Jenna Elfman, tips for better sleep. (KSTP, Ch. 5) The Jeff Probst Show A set of twins who want to meet Dolly Parton. (WCCO, Ch. 4) 10 a.m. Anderson Live Dating in 2013, Marlon Wayans co-hosts. (KMSP, Ch. 9) Katie Medical mysteries, doctor claims to have "proof of heaven" (KSTC, Ch. 45) The View Rob Lowe, Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein. (KSTP, Ch. 5) AFTERNOON noon The Ricki Lake Show Controversial medical issues, including medical marijuana. (KMSP, Ch. 9) 1 p.m. Rachael Ray Decorating "virgins," counting calories, mustard chicken. (KARE, Ch. 11) Steve Harvey A couple who haven't had sex in a year. (KSTC, Ch. 45) The Talk Don Cheadle. (WCCO, Ch. 4) 2 p.m. The Doctors La Toya Jackson opens up about her father's recent strokes. (KARE, Ch. 11) 3 p.m. The Dr. Oz Show Dr. Joel Fuhrman on the five diet mistakes. (KARE, Ch. 11) 4 p.m. The Ellen DeGeneres Show Emma Stone, Common. (WCCO, Ch. 4) LATE NIGHT 10 p.m. The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Josh Brolin. (Comedy) Conan Ryan Gosling, Kevin Hart, ZZ Ward. (TBS) 10:31 p.m. The Colbert Report Musician Ben Gibbard. (Comedy) 10:35 p.m. The Tonight Show With Jay Leno Ryan Seacrest, Keith Urban, Randy Jackson, Anthony Jeselnik. (KARE, Ch. 11) Late Show With David Letterman Michael J. Fox, Lena Dunham. (WCCO, Ch. 4) 11 p.m. Jimmy Kimmel Live Dr. Mehmet Oz, L.A. Clippers stars Chris Paul and Blake Griffin. (KSTP, Ch. 5) 11:30 p.m. Tavis Smiley Actress Sally Field. (TPT-Life, Ch. 17) 11:36 p.m. Late Night With Jimmy Fallon The cast of "30 Rock," musician John Cale. (KARE, Ch. 11) 11:37 p.m. The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson Tim Allen, Margaret Cho. (WCCO, Ch. 4)
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