Don't Forget The Lyrics

Good Morning America
7 am/ET ABC
Is it just our intuition or does Jamie Foxx have an upcoming tour to promote? As it happens, his Intuition (that's his latest CD) Tour kicks off July 3 in Las Vegas. He'll be busy before that, too: Spike's Guys Choice awards on Sunday and The BET Awards (which he'll host) on June 28. Maybe there'll be an Obama impression someplace, but Foxx's focus this morning on GMA's Central Park concert will be on keeping up the momentum from "Blame It," his platinum single from Intuition. — Paul Droesch

Mr. Troop Mom
8 pm/ET Nickelodeon
No, this isn't a sequel to the popular '80s Michael Keaton flick — it's a 2009 TV-movie starring George Lopez as a reluctant chaperone on his daughter's school camping trip. As an attorney who's kind of an "indoor" guy, Lopez's character is in for quite a weekend that includes team athletic events and the great outdoors in all their glory. But this challenging adventure also allows the workaholic dad to spend some quality time with his daughter. The camp's musical finale includes a performance by Nat and Alex Wolff. — Jennifer Sankowski

Don't Forget the Lyrics!
8 pm/ET Fox
Mother's Day has passed, but Father's Day is right around the corner, so it's a perfect time for a daughter to honor her parents with a combined present. That's what may happen in tonight's second-season finale when Boston native Deanna Della Cioppa gives it her all as she tries to win money to pay for her mom and dad's dream vacation. — Joe Friedrich

Real Time with Bill Maher
10 pm/ET HBO
Despite his continued support for Barack Obama, last week Maher criticized the president's omnipresence in the media and even brought up the "celebrity" issue from last year's campaign. But it wouldn't be surprising if the topic comes up in conversation again tonight, especially when one of Maher's guests is Meghan McCain, the daughter of the man who lost to Obama in 2008. Also scheduled to appear: political strategist Paul Begala, journalist Katty Kay and columnist Joel Stein. — Joe Friedrich

Whale Wars
9 pm/ET Animal Planet
It's a nail-biter as the Sea Shepherds try to navigate their way out of an ice field without breaching their hull. With a Japanese spotter ship on the horizon and fuel running low, it might be best for them to return to port. But the Japanese are preoccupied with their search for a man overboard, making it a perfect time to attack the fleet — unless, of course, the Shepherds run out of gas. — Rhoda Charles