America's Most Wanted

America's Most Wanted
9/8c Fox
John Walsh is at the Charlotte Motor Speedway tonight, but it's not NASCAR night on Fox: Walsh is honoring 2010's "AMW All-Stars" — heroic police officers, firefighters and EMTs. The winner: Winston-Salem, N.C., police officer Daniel Clark, who responded to a domestic disturbance at a restaurant last October that spun out of control when an assailant opened fire. Clark was shot twice (once in the head), but managed to kill the shooter. Tragically, Clark's partner, Sgt. Mickey Hutchens, was killed. — Paul Droesch

The Special Relationship

9/8c HBO
Fate thrust Bill Clinton and Tony Blair into the titular bond between the U.S. and U.K. heads of state. But as this 2010 cable film shows, it's filled with the ups and downs of any friendship, and sours in the late 1990s during the Lewinsky scandal and the Balkans crisis. Dennis Quaid ably displays the nurturing and bullying sides of Clinton, while Michael Sheen continues to shine as Blair, as he did in The Deal and The Queen, and Hope Davis and Helen McCrory costar, respectively, as their wives. — Joe Friedrich

Stanley Cup Finals
8/7c NBC
In a rare matchup of big markets in hockey's championship series, one title drought is sure to come to an end as the Philadelphia Flyers (last Cup win in 1975) and Chicago Blackhawks ('61) skate into Game 1 in the Windy City. Both teams have come up empty in their last five trips to the finals, most of which took place before captains Mike Richards and Jonathan Toews (Olympic gold medalists in February) were born. Toews (pronounced "tayvz") and bullish linemate Dustin Byfuglien (BUFF-lin) have been as difficult to stop as their names are to pronounce, while Philly has leaned on veteran defenseman Chris Pronger and ex-Hawks goalie Michael Leighton. — Roger Leister

Soccer
1:30/12:30c ESPN2
In its last action before departing for the World Cup in South Africa, Bob Bradley's U.S. National Team takes on Turkey in Philadelphia. With the opening showdown against England just two weeks away, midfielders Landon Donovan and Clint Dempsey look to refine their games while others play to impress before the squad is pared from 30 players to 23. Turkey is a formidable foe that failed to qualify for South Africa but has shown some fight in winning friendly matches this month over Honduras and the Czech Republic. Striker Tuncay Sanli, an EPL standout for Stoke City, is the man to watch. — Roger Leister

Jimmy Kimmel Live: Aloha to Lost

10:05/9:05c ABC
If you couldn't stay up last Sunday for Lost über-fan Jimmy Kimmel's tribute to the series, don't miss the repeat tonight at a more decent hour. Kimmel is joined by cast members Matthew Fox, Michael Emerson, Terry O'Quinn, Harold Perrineau, Daniel Dae Kim, Naveen Andrews, Alan Dale, Nestor Carbonell, Emilie de Ravin and Jeremy Davies, who reminisce about the show's many memorable moments. And don't miss the trio of hilarious alternate endings courtesy of producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse. — Joe Friedrich

Dan Cummins: Crazy with a Capital F

11/10c Comedy Central
Comedian Dan Cummins cut his stand-up teeth in Spokane, and the Gonzaga graduate returns to his comedy roots for an appreciative crowd in this special. Cummins has a little fun with the fact that he went to school to be a social worker, then proceeds to demonstrate why he's better suited for his current career. And after you hear his absurd takes on greeting cards, endangered species, clowns, motorcycles, raising kids and campfire sing-alongs, it's hard not to agree. — Joe Friedrich

The Spirit
9/8c Showtime
Graphic novelist-turned-filmmaker Frank Miller wrote and directed this artful 2008 noir thriller, which is based on the Will Eisner cult comic books. Gabriel Macht is all flash and dash as a rookie policeman who is murdered and makes a mysterious return from the hereafter to become a masked avenger battling a host of evildoers. Chief among them is the diabolical Octopus (Samuel L. Jackson), who's got his tentacles in all kinds of criminal activity and thinks he can remain outside the long arm of the law. Rated PG-13. — Ray Stackhouse