The Suze Orman Show

Suze Orman Show
9/8c CNBC
Suze dishes family-focused financial advice in an all-viewer call edition. Among the cases she adjudicates is a flip-flop of an ordinary complaint: Instead of a parent seeking to be financially free from a grown child, this time it's a son who sees his mom as the burden. Orman also deals with the matter of a dad who's backtracked from doling out the wedding cash he vowed to give his offspring and, in the "Can I Afford It?" segment, a look at whether buying a $100,000 Jaguar is a smart move. — Jeff Gemmill

America's Most Wanted

9/8c Fox
Crime never stops, and John Walsh never seems to stop chasing criminals, but TV seasons begin and end, and tonight's edition winds up Season 23 for America's Most Wanted. So before Season 24 begins (next week), Walsh looks back over Season 23's unfinished business: the "worst" fugitive profiled on the show over the last year who haven't been caught. Yet. On the plus side, he also reviews major arrests over the past year that were made possible by viewer tips. — Paul Droesch

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
10/9c Cinemax
Sixth-year wizarding student Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) is once again the target of "He Who Must Not Be Named." Oh, well, what the heck, we'll name him: It's the serpentinely sinister Lord Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes), but all you Potterphiles knew that. The not-so-good lord is rallying his troops in an effort to rid the world of non-pure-blooded wizards. Meanwhile, Dumbledore (Michael Gambon) administers a know-thine-enemy lesson to Harry, and leads him on a frightmarish exploration of Voldemort's creepy childhood memories. The 2009 thriller is rated PG for violence and strong language. — Ray Stackhouse

Penguins of Madagascar
10 a.m./9c Nickelodeon
The brave and ever-resourceful penguins at the Central Park Zoo star in two back-to-back new episodes today, and one of their adventures includes Private teaming up with some roaches to rescue his buddies, who have fallen prey to an exterminator. Then some upbeat badgers (voices of Victoria Justice and Jennette McCurdy) are excited about their arrival at the zoo, but Private isn't ready to get on board the welcome wagon for them just yet. — Jennifer Sankowski

College Football
3:30/2:30c NBC
New head coach Brian Kelly makes his Notre Dame debut, as the Irish host the Purdue Boilermakers in this Hoosier State rivalry. The Cincinnati Bearcats were one of the nation's top passing teams last year under Kelly, and Irish fans are hoping for more of the same, with Michael Floyd and Kyle Rudolph two exceptional targets. But the Boilermakers have a big threat of their own in Keith Smith, the Big 10's top returning pass catcher (91 last year). Purdue is 1-11 in South Bend. — Dave Roeder

A Perfect Getaway
8/7c HBO
Hawaii has a well-deserved reputation as a vacation paradise, so it's an ideal place for newlyweds Cliff and Cydney (Steve Zahn, Milla Jovovich), who are looking for adventure by hiking to a remote beach. But their jungle jaunt takes a dark turn when news arrives of murdered honeymooners on another island, and the couple begin to wonder if their new traveling companions, Nick and Gina (Timothy Olyphant, Kiele Sanchez), may have something to hide. Directed by David Twohy, the 2009 thriller is rated R. — Joe Friederich

College Football
8:07/7:07c ABC
It's the first broadcast network prime-time college football game of the season, and with LSU taking on North Carolina in Atlanta it should be a pretty good start. It's a pivotal season for the Tigers and head coach Les "What Have You Done For Me Lately?" Miles, who won the national championship in 2007, but have gone 17-9 over the past two seasons. They'll square off with one of the biggest "buzz" teams of the preseason in the Heels, who return six all-ACC players on defense, including end Robert Quinn. — Dave Roeder