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Thursday's TV Highlights: 'Swamp People' on History Channel

July 20, 2011 |  8:00 pm

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BUSHY TALES:
The docu-series “Swamp People,” featuring brothers Glenn, left, and Mitchell Guist, ends its season at 9 p.m. on the History Channel.

SERIES

Biography: Actress and video vixen Tawny Kitaen is profiled (7, 8 and 11 p.m. Biography).

So You Think You Can Dance: Blush and Snoop Dogg perform on the results show (8 p.m. Fox).

Expedition Impossible: Contestants must rappel down a steep cliff on a new episode of the outdoor-adventure challenge (9 p.m. ABC).

30 Rock: Elizabeth Banks and Matt Damon guest star in this repeat (9:30 p.m. NBC).

True Life: Three young people involved in the marijuana trade share their stories in this new edition of the documentary series (10 p.m. MTV).

NY Ink: The tattoo-themed reality series presents its season finale (10 p.m. TLC).

SPECIALS

The Great American Dream Machine: This special celebrates the 40th anniversary of the satirical early-1970s variety series that featured the talents of Chevy Chase, Martin Mull and Albert Brooks (9:30 p.m. KCET).

MOVIES

Twelve Monkeys: Bruce Willis is crazy — or he really is traveling back and forth through time — in director Terry Gilliam's trippy 1995 sci-fi fable (6 p.m. Cinemax).

The Getaway: Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger star in this 1994 remake of the 1972 Steve McQueen-Ali MacGraw caper (9:30 p.m. Encore).

SPORTS

Baseball: The Cardinals meet the Mets or the Padres play the Marlins. (9 a.m. MLB); the Angels host the Rangers (12:30 p.m. FSN); the Yankees face the Rays or the Tigers take on the Twins (4 p.m. MLB).

Softball: The U.S. team challenges the Czech Republic at the 2011 World Cup (5 p.m. ESPN).

Photo credit: Zach Dilgard

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