Ace of Cakes

Ace of Cakes
10/9c Food Network
Meat Cat and his Cheesy Blasters serve as inspiration for Duff and the Charm City Cakes crew when Tina Fey asks them to create a special confection that will be featured in an upcoming episode of 30 Rock. And as a special surprise to the cast and crew of the Emmy-nominated comedy, Fey orders a second cake that will be served at their season-finale celebration. — Karen Andzejewicz

British Open
4 a.m./3c ESPN
The third major of the golf season returns to the home of golf, the Old Course at St. Andrews, for four days of refreshingly quirky links action in Scotland. Tiger Woods has dominated the last two Opens held here, in 2005 (by five strokes) and 2000 (by eight), but let's face it, the guy's a little distracted these days and would probably rather crawl into one of St. Andrews' 112 bunkers this week than face the vicious U.K. press. More likely to shine is any one of five young Englishmen ranked in the Top 16 in the world who are all thirsting for their first major. Those fab five: Lee Westwood, Luke Donald, Ian Poulter, Paul Casey and the red-hot Justin Rose, a winner in two of his last three starts on the U.S. tour. — Roger Leister

Big Brother 12
8/7c CBS
Last week the 13 houseguests learned that only 12 of them are actually playing the game to win the $500,000 grand prize and that the 13th player is a saboteur whose sole purpose is to make life miserable in the house for everyone else. And he or she didn't waste any time doing just that by locking away all of the good food and forcing the players to eat slop. Tonight, the saboteur's identity is revealed to viewers, and the first person is voted out of the compound. — Tim Holland

Mary Knows Best
9/8c Syfy
Via reality shows, we've followed rock stars, fishermen, centerfold babes and ordinary strangers in island-based competitions. If you predicted that there would one day be a reality show about a psychic, you may have a "gift" (or maybe you think the genre is running out of ideas). Tonight, the lens focuses on radio-show host Mary Occhino and her brood as the psychic's reality series debuts. — Michael Chant

Green Room with Paul Provenza
10:30/9:30c Showtime
Comics Tommy Smothers, Martin Mull and Penn Jillette have a fun time trading jokes that are "inappropriate for anyplace." Jillette tells a lengthy laugher about female Siamese twins, one a nymphomaniac and one a trombone player, that has a killer punchline, while Mull's funny about a guy filling in for the owner of an adult-novelties store is a howler. Not to be outdone, Smothers scores with 40-year-old bit about a baby-toting stork. The comedians also take great delight in zinging each other. — Ray Stackhouse

Glee
8/7c Fox
Recent Emmy nominee Jane Lynch is showcased in this October repeat. Her character, Sue Sylvester, is so uproariously Machiavellian---and in such a matter of fact way. But she might be getting some comeuppance. She's being called into Principal Figgins' office yet again---as is Will---to explain their feud. Hey, we know it's silly, but it is fun to watch. Meanwhile, Quinn hasn't been having much fun since she found out that she's pregnant, but she gets some sympathy from the glee kids. — Paul Droesch

The Mentalist
10/9c CBS
Malcolm McDowell, who once portrayed an evil media mogul on an episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent, is famous for playing bad guys (let's not forget "A Clockwork Orange"), but in this episode from April he is a cult leader suspected of a media boss's murder. It seems that the victim's publication wasn't too kind in its take on McDowell's character, who may have wanted revenge. — Bill Ecklund