The outfitters confront a red-faced social predicament: the "walk of shame" - that next-morning embarrassment of wearing the same clothes from the night before. The designers seek a solution, transforming last night's party dress into today's work-appropriate wear, utilizing office items in the process. Later, they're whisked away to a surprise location for the elimination challenge. Actress Becki Newton (Ugly Betty) and model-fashionista Veronica Webb are the guest judges.
Dealing with a host of problems is nothing new for Michael. But it seems to be coming at him from all sides these days, with old foes able to track him down now that he's lost protection from those that burned him, and with the cops sniffing around him. His latest foe is a repeat customer, the arms dealer (The Shield's Jay Karnes) who blackmailed Michael's ex last season. Now he's kidnapped Nate and is forcing Michael to help him pull off a heist. If that weren't enough, Paxson is still hot on Michael's tail.
* So You Think You Can Dance (9 pm/ET Fox)
As tonight's elimination of two more dancers will pare the field to 16, it's appropriate that this results show's performer is Kristinia DeBarge, whose recent single, "Goodbye" (which samples the 1969 Steam hit, "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye"), has been getting lots of airplay on pop radio. Incidentally, Ms. DeBarge is no stranger to the spotlight, having appeared on the American Idol spin-off, American Juniors, a few years back, and her father, James, was a member of the 1980s R&B group DeBarge.
Lovers of classic horror movies from the 1930s and '40s will relish this eerie black-and-white October repeat, which pays homage to films from that era that featured Dracula, the Wolf Man and the Mummy. Sam and Dean head off to Pennsylvania (think Transylvania) during Oktoberfest to investigate an alleged vampire attack. There, they encounter a shape-shifting demon on a murderous rampage who takes the form of iconic movie monsters.
* Soundstage (10 pm/ET PBS)
Jackson Browne is far from "Running on Empty" - literally and figuratively. The West Coast singer-songwriter serves up selections from his 2008 Time the Conqueror album, including the title cut and "The Drums of War," and showcases a few of the classics that earned him a berth in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, including "Boulevard" and his first Top 10 hit, "Doctor My Eyes."