Brothers & Sisters

Amazing Race 14
8 pm/ET CBS
The race is down to its final four teams as the pairs continue to compete in China. Lakisha and Jen battled physically and verbally with Margie and Luke last week, but a bigger threat looms over them tonight when the teams are required to swim 400 meters in Beijing's Olympic-size pool. Jen's fear of water threatens to end the sisters' race and reduces Jen to tears. On a lighter note, the duos receive less-than-relaxing foot massages that are literally a scream. —Tim Holland


Waking the Baby Mammoth
9 pm/ET National Geographic
In May 2007, a Siberian reindeer herder came across the most perfectly preserved woolly mammoth ever discovered. This two-hour documentary, narrated by Victor Garber, chronicles the fascinating forensic investigation that followed. Lyuba, as the mammoth was named, was only months old when she died some 40,000 years ago, but she has provided the scientific community with invaluable information on a species that's been extinct since the last ice age. —Karen Andzejewicz

Brothers & Sisters
10:01 pm/ET ABC
At the beginning of last week's episode when the Walkers learned that Tommy was coming home, the usual familial frenzy that accompanies news of this kind was conspicuous by its absence. In hindsight, perhaps they didn't really believe it, and they certainly had other things on their minds, including Nora's reunion with Roger and Sarah's return to Ojai. But now that Tommy appears ready to grow roots in Mexico and say adios to his old life, it appears that Julia is finally ready to move on with her new one. —Joe Friedrich

TV Land Awards
8 pm/ET TV LAND
Someday we might get to watch Doogie Howser, M.D. and How I Met Your Mother on TV Land, but for now we'll have to settle for Neil Patrick Harris, the star of those series, as the host of the network's seventh annual ceremony. And for his part, Harris is probably more than happy to rub elbows with this year's honorees, including Don Rickles, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and the casts of M*A*S*H, Home Improvement, Magnum, P.I. and ER. —Joe Friedrich

Daisy of Love
9 pm/ET VH1
VH1 continues its tradition of recycling reality-show contestants with this series starring Daisy De La Hoya, who was the runner-up in Rock of Love 2. In the premiere, she moves a rogues gallery of 20 potential suitors into a Hollywood mansion and spends some one-on-one time with each of them. At the end of the night, she'll send five of them packing. —Fred Mitchell