Over on cable, E! has the first season finale of Candy Girls, History has an Art of War special, MTV has a Steve-O: Demise & Rise, and VH1 has the first season finale of Tough Love.
In late night, IFC has the second season premiere of The IFC Media Project.
The Simpsons (FOX): New. Homer and Marge get an apartment in Waverly Hills, so the kids can go to a better school.
King of the Hill (FOX): New. Bobby’s Little League coach vilifies Hank for trying to be realistic about how good his son is at baseball.
Desperate Housewives (ABC): New. Bree wants to get the best attorney. Gaby makes an interesting deal. Jackson returns with a question for Susan. Runs 61 minutes.
Brothers & Sisters (ABC): New. Kitty is trying to reflect on her father in regards to her present situation. Ryan learns something about his mother’s death. Starts a minute after the hour and runs 59 minutes.
The Amazing Race (CBS): New. Fried scorpions are eaten and a team that behaves in a way that stuns their fellow competitors.
Cold Case (CBS): New. New direction comes in on the 2005 murder of a female cadet at a military school.
The Unit (CBS): New. Molly is being used as bait and Jonas searches for her and a Russian terrorist cell.
Food Network Challenge (Food Network): Repeat. The contestants produce bridges made out of cereal. Plays again later.
Law & Order: Criminal Intent (USA): New. Goren and Eames are up this week and catch a case involving two brothers whose mother died 20 years ago. Plays again later.
In Plain Sight (USA): New. A building collapses around one of Mary’s witnesses, but there is also a professional assassin to deal with.
Disney Channel has 14 episodes of Wizards of Waverly Place.
MTV2 has six episodes of Randy Jackson Presents: America’s Best Dance Crew early.
Sci Fi has the three-part, six-hour Stephen King’s Rose Red miniseries.
Spike has five episodes of UFC Unleashed.
TLC has 10 episodes of Untold Stories of the E.R..
TruTV has six episodes of Most Shocking.
USA has seven episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.