Ace of Cakes

Ace of Cakes
10/9c Food Network
Season 9 opens with the 100th episode of the series, an hour-long installment featuring a retrospective with the Charm City Cakes staff looking back at the most memorable moments in the show's history, from the most over-the-top confections to the biggest "caketastrophes." It's definitely been a roller-coaster ride for the crew, so it's fitting that this week also finds them constructing a complex roller-coaster cake that proves to be quite a challenge. — Karen Andzejewicz

PGA Tour Golf
2/1c Golf
West Chester, Pa., resident Sean O'Hair gets to wake up in his own bed prior to teeing off in this year's AT&T National, as the PGA Tour returns to Aronimink Golf Club in Newtown Square, Pa., in the first half of a two-year commitment. The tournament's previous host, Tiger Woods, was dominated by five shots in last year's final round, but held on for a one-stroke win over Hunter Mahan. Woods is no longer the host, but he returns to defend his title. Also in the field, Jim Furyk was born in West Chester. — Brendan Curley

Bethenny Getting Married?

10/9c Bravo
The first season of this reality spin-off has thus far chronicled Bethenny Frankel's (mis)adventures trying to prepare for her looming nuptials with Jason Hoppy. That wedding-prep theme continues tonight when fellow New York City housewife Alex McCord throws a bridal shower for Bethenny, and tension soon mounts because of a wedding dress that may be too small and a fiancé who holds back from the planning process. Don't worry, be Hoppy. And that's just the mindset Bethenny embraces: She pushes the angst aside to enjoy her rehearsal brunch. — Dean Maurer

So You Think You Can Dance
9/8c Fox
With Cristina and Alexie gone and Melinda finishing in the Bottom 3 two weeks running, things do not bode well for the distaff side of the competition. One of nine will bid good-bye tonight, but can the three remaining females step it up to keep the gender representation from becoming even more lopsided? In the meantime, R&B singer-songwriter Ne-Yo performs "Beautiful Monster," and the Cirque du Soleil Elvis Presley tribute troupe, Viva ELVIS, wows the crowd with a rendition of "Return to Sender." — Joe Friedrich

Soundstage
10/9c PBS
In this episode from February, Willie Nelson showcases selections from his 2010 Country Music album, including Al Dexter's "Pistol Packin' Mamma," the Joe "Red" Hayes-Jack Rhodes tune "Satisfied Mind" and Bill Mack's "Drinking Champagne." He also reaches into his vast repertoire for a few additional classics, including "Whiskey River" and Bob Wills' "Trouble in Mind." — Jeff Gemmill

Raising Sextuplets
10/9c WE
Change is in the air for the Masches as Jenny and Bryan settle on the town of Destin, Fla., as their new home. But they seem to be the only ones happy with the decision. Both sets of parents strongly object to the move and question how the pair will raise six toddlers with no support system. Then Bryan's father takes things one step beyond and insists he won't help with the move when the time comes. — Brie Hearn