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Wednesday: It's down to the final five designers on "Project Runway." Plus: What did you think of "Jericho" on Tuesday?

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We’re down to the final five designers on the spirited but relatively drama-free (so far) fourth season of “Project Runway” (10 p.m. EST on Bravo). Tonight marks the last challenge before the designers compete in Fashion Week, so the stakes are very high. How will the competitors respond to the pressure of a challenge judged by revered Italian designer Roberto Cavalli? Chris and Sweet P are the two most obvious underdogs, but Christian and Rami both seem to churn out the same look no matter what the challenge is. Who does that leave us with? Jillian, who despite her slow sewing and occasional nervous breakdowns, looks like she might be the most promising designer in the bunch. Of course, only those ill-tempered judges can truly decide!

Also…

Clashing religions take center stage on the domestic reality melodrama “Wife Swap” (8 p.m. EST on ABC), followed by the distracted parents of six wild children on domestic reality horror show “Supernanny” (9 p.m. EST on ABC). The top 24 singers are chosen on “American Idol” (8 p.m. EST on Fox), and the season finale of “Ghost Hunters International” airs at 9 p.m. EST on Sci Fi. On the documentary series “African American Lives” (9 p.m. EST on PBS, check listings) Morgan Freeman learns about his ancestors.

Last night

What did you think of “Jericho” on Tuesday? Go here to discuss.

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Charlie Rose

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Stephen Colbert

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David Letterman

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Jay Leno

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Tavis Smiley

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Jimmy Kimmel

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Conan O’Brien

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Craig Ferguson

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