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Get strapped in for another intense week of new FOX episodes! This ride is no 'merry go round', but an intensified roller coaster of suspense, reality, danger, disaster, and everything else that makes you feel those bumps on the back of your neck as you fall down the roller coaster tracks!

Saturday, Nov. 15
COPS (8:00-8:30 PM ET/PT) - "COPS: Liar Liar #2 Special Edition"
White lies, untruths and elaborate tales are par for the course for detectives and officers from Las Vegas, San Diego and Broward County, FL, in an all-new special-edition episode.

COPS (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT) - "COPS: Bad Girls #11 Special Edition"
Wild women with wacky and tacky behavior highlight the encore episode of COPS: BAD GIRLS #11 SPECIAL EDITION. It's ladies' night, as officers in Riverside, CA; Pomona, CA, and Las Vegas are forced to reckon with bad girls.  One crazy woman is wrestled to the ground, and a stolen vehicle reveals a woman making a drug deal. Bad girls, bad girls, whatcha gonna do?

AMERICA'S MOST WANTED (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) - "AMW: Bad Girls Special Edition"
Apparently what happens in Vegas, doesn't always stay in Vegas. AMW goes to Sin City to profile femmes fatales, and John Walsh investigates cases including one where the suspects' deadly plan included stealing a hot tub and a television set. Walsh also gives viewers the latest on escaped murderer Sarah Pender, one of the most manipulative women AMW has ever profiled in an all-new "Bad Girls" special-edition episode.

MADtv (11:00 PM-Midnight ET/PT)
In another all-new MADtv, tennis sensation and Olympic gold medalist Serena Williams guest-stars and serves up a comedic grand slam.

In an all-new TALKSHOW, AMERICAN IDOL alum David Archuleta performs his new song "Crush" and tells Spike all about life after IDOL.

Monday, Nov. 17
Emmy Award winner Richard Schiff ("The West Wing") makes a special guest appearance in an all-new episode. Sarah's mystifying nightmares creep into her real life - but what do they mean for her and John? Meanwhile, Derek and Jesse investigate a possible Skynet conspirator.

PRISON BREAK (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) - "Quiet Riot"
Michael and the gang make the final preparations for the break-in to steal Scylla; Gretchen (Jodi Lyn O'Keefe) uses her feminine wiles to get the final card key from the General (guest star Leon Russom); and T-Bag reaches the point of no return in another all-new episode.

Tuesday, Nov. 18
HOUSE (8:00-9:01 PM ET/PT) - "Emancipation"
In another all-new episode, the team tackles the case of a 16-year-old factory manager and emancipated minor (guest star Emily Rios) who falls ill at work, while Foreman (Omar Epps) takes on his own pediatric case. But when the child's (guest star Kyle Silverstein) unexplained illness brings him to the brink of death, Foreman is left questioning his ability to work without House's oversight.

FRINGE (9:01-10:00 PM ET/PT) - "The Equation"
After a young music prodigy (guest star Charlie Tahan) is taken by a serial kidnapper (guest star Gillian Jacobs), it's discovered that a sequence of flashing lights appeared at the abduction, which Walter links back to his bunkmate (guest star Randall Duk Kim) at St. Claire's Hospital. Much to Peter's dismay, Olivia encourages Walter to return to the mental institution, and Walter's determination to help ends up having chilling ramifications in an all-new episode.

Wednesday, Nov. 19
BONES (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) - "The Passenger in the Oven"
Booth and Brennan are en route to China to identify pre-historic anthropological remains, when a flight attendant (guest star Amy Farrington) discovers a fully cooked human body in the plane's industrial microwave. They must solve the murder in the air before the plane lands and they lose their jurisdiction over the case. Meanwhile, back in the states, Angela and Roxie's relationship progresses as Hodgins (TJ Thyne) tries to move on in an all-new BONES.

HOUSE (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) - "House's Head"
In an encore of Part 1 of last season's acclaimed two-part finale, House is in a bus accident and loses four hours of his memory. He slowly pieces together that a fellow bus passenger was exhibiting signs of a deadly illness. But the details of who it is or how House got on the bus in the first place are locked inside his brain, and he's desperate to add up the fleeting flashes in order to save someone who might not even know he or she could be dying.

Thursday, Nov. 20
In a memorable encore episode, Chef Ramsay hits the big city in an attempt to revamp Indian restaurant Dillons and make it one of the hottest venues in town.  Only steps away from Ramsay's own New York restaurant, he is disgusted by what he finds in the kitchen and quickly calls in an exterminator.

It's off to sunny Los Angeles, CA, for another all-new episode of KITCHEN NIGHTMARES. Sante La Brea aspires to serve healthy food in a fun atmosphere, but when Chef Ramsay visits, he finds quite the opposite: spoiled food, fake fish and a lack of customers.

Friday, Nov. 21
After spending some of her television life as a student, Jennie Garth of "Beverly Hills 90210" heads back to the classroom to test her grade-school skills for the American Heart Association in another all-new celebrity-edition episode.

A contestant born with unilateral Microtia takes center stage for the opportunity of a lifetime as she competes for the chance to win big and finally be able to afford the corrective surgery she's always dreamed of having. There won't be a dry eye in the house as Wayne Brady hosts a very special all-new episode.

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