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What’s Hot on TV Tonight – Operation Cupcake

Tonight on Hallmark, Dean Cain stars in Operation Cupcake as an Army Colonel who feels out of place in his own home after returning from a military leave. His wife (Kristy Swanson) tries to make him feel needed, and puts him in charge of one of her bakeries which he runs like he’s leading a squad in basic training.

1. IndyCar Racing. Milwaukee IndyFest from West Allis, WI. 12:00 PM CT ABC

2. Motorcycle Racing. AMA Motocross Series. 1:00 PM CT NBC

3. NASCAR Racing: Nationwide Series. Alliance Truck Parts 250 from Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, MI. 2:45 PM CT ABC

4. 2012 U.S. Open Golf Championship. Third round from the Olympic Club n San Francisco. 3:00 PM CT NBC

5. Indiana Jones at the Last Crusade. Third movie in the Indiana Jones franchise. This one co-stars Sean Connery as Indie’s father as they search for the Holy Grail. 4:33 PM CT USA

6. MLB Baseball. Boston Red Sox at Chicago Cubs. 6:00 PM CT Fox

7. Cars.Great animated flick about a race car that gets stranded in a small town on his way to a race. Celebrity voices include Owen Wilson, Bonnie Hunt, Paul Newman, Tony Shalhoub, and Larry the Cable Guy. 7:00 PM CT ABC

8. Operation Cupcake. Dean Cain (“Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman”) stars with Kristy Swanson (“A Christmas Wish”) as a part-time Army dad who attempts to become a full-time father. 7:00 PM CT Hallmark

9. How to Be a Gentleman. In order to get back together with his ex, Andrew skips Thanksgiving dinner with his family, so Bert shows him why this isn’t the best way to go about things. 7:30 PM CT CBS

10. Piranhaconda. Part fish! Part snake! All killer! In B-movie icon Roger Corman’s latest, a hybrid creature – half piranha and half anaconda — attacks a movie crew on location near her nest when her egg is stolen. Now they must outrun and kill the deadly piranhaconda as well as stop the mad scientist who stole the egg – before they all become dinner. 8:00 PM CT Syfy

11. Million Dollar Neighborhood. The neighborhood has a collective garage sale to get rid of unneeded junk. 8:00 PM CT OWN

12. Tanked: Unfiltered. A look back at the a robotic fish taken and an aquarium inspired by pinball. 8:00 PM CT Animal Planet

13. Anonymous. An ordinary actor, William Shakespeare, gets the credit for the work of author Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford. Rhys Ifans, Vanessa Redgrave, Joely Richardson, David Thewlis, and Xavier Samuel star in this fictionalized account. 8:00 PM CT Starz

14. 48 Hours Mystery. The death of the wife of an anesthesiologist is updated. 9:00 PM CT CBS

15. The Firm. In exchange for settling things between McDeeres and Moroltos, Mitch defends Joy’s best friend, and Abby realizes something about herself. 9:00 PM CT NBC

16. Dog the Bounty Hunter. In the first half hour, The U.S.P.S. helps Dog and his team bring a fugitive to justice. In the second half hour, Dog tries to gain the trust and help of the family of a Samoan fugitive, tempers rise after the family’s home is raided. 9:00 PM CT A&E

17. Robert Redford Presents: The Deep End. Redford says about the film, “In suspense, sometimes less is more. You don’t need a big studio budget to spin a good mystery. And you can’t find a better example … Before this film, star and executive producer Tilda Swinton was best known for smaller films but it wasn’t until this film that she began to reach a broader audience. Swinton plays Margaret Hall, a mother facing an unbearable situation—her son may have killed a man, and she thinks she has to cover it up.” 9:00 PM CT Sundance