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“No Reservations” (7 p.m., Travel). Tony Bourdain goes back to India, this time to Kerala, in the southwest, to sample some spicy delights.

“Last Comic Standing” (9 p.m., NBC). The final five perform their standup routines.

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“Homeless: The Motel Kids of Orange County” (9 p.m., HBO). The Monday-night documentary lineup that HBO has been running this summer has been impressive. And here comes another one that looks like an eye-opener. This film by Alexandra Pelosi (Nancy’s daughter) profiles homeless kids whose families live in pay-by-the-week motels in the shadow of “Real Housewives” and “Laguna Beach” territory.

“James May’s Toy Stories” (10 p.m., BBC America). The “Top Gear” co-host tries to build a record-breaking, 10-mile-long model train track. Sounds cool.

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“The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All” (8 p.m., ABC). Oh good lord, they’re milking this for all it’s worth. Tonight all the losers talk smack about each other. Actually, this might be worth watching for its unintentional comedy value, since noted tools Kermit from Clovis, Jonathan the Weatherman and the Invisible Man will appear. “Rated R” won’t, which will give everyone else a perfect opportunity to rip on him.

“Turmoil & Triumph: The George Schultz Years” (10 p.m., PBS). The series finally ends. Did anybody really need three hours of this?