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“No Reservations” (6 p.m., repeated at 9, Travel). Tony samples the local fare in Cambodia. Looks interesting. BTW, did you catch last week’s Haiti episode? Really grim, but also really good.

“The Chicago Code” (9 p.m., Fox). The cops have trouble finding cooperative witnesses after a teenager is gunned down. Forget it, Jarek. It’s Chinatown.

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“The Best of ‘Laugh-In'” (9:30 p.m., PBS). A look back at memorable clips from the comedy variety show from the late ’60s/early ’70s.

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“The Event” (8 p.m., NBC). Hey, remember this series? I barely do. The muddled sci-fi series is back for the second half of its season after an inexplicable months-long break. When will networks realize that the best/only way for a heavily serialized show to be successful is to run the season in consecutive weeks, like “24” and “Lost” did? I’ll bet even die-hard fans have trouble remembering exactly where things left off. Oh well, Anyway, tonight the president and some random dopey dude go back to trying to prevent an alien takeover of Earth, or something like that.

“The Bachelor: The Women Tell All” (8 p.m., ABC). A two-hour filler episode with the rejected bachelorettes sniping and talking trash to one another and Brad.