Marv Green, Georgia Middleman and Justin Guarini, Gone Country Marv Green, Georgia Middleman and Justin Guarini, Gone Country

Big Game Bash
8 pm/ET Food
Start getting ready for next Sunday's big game with this hourlong special devoted to classic game-day comestibles. Paula Deen, Bobby Flay, Tyler Florence, Giada de Laurentiis, and Pat and Gina Neely are among the Food Network all-stars cooking up crowd-pleasing dishes that are created to make you the MVP of the Super Bowl party. —Karen Andzejewicz

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Gone Country
8 pm/ET CMT
Another batch of celebs try to "go country," this time including George Clinton of Parliament/Funkadelic, 2006 Miss USA Tara Conner, actor-singer Taylor Dayne, Micky Dolenz of Monkees fame, singer-drummer Sheila E., actor Richard Grieco, and Justin Guarini, runner-up on the first season of American Idol. In the Season 3 premiere, host John Rich has the contestants meeting a country legend and performing in public before they even unpack their bags. Nobody said goin' country would be easy. —Fred Mitchell

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Miss America 2009
8 pm/ET TLC
Mario Lopez returns to host the 88th pageant at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. After last night's Countdown to the Crown finale on TLC, viewers were able to vote for their favorite four hopefuls to advance to tonight's Top 15. See who made it and watch them compete in the perennial swimsuit, evening wear and talent contests. At the end of the evening, reigning queen Kirsten Haglund will crown the winner. This year's judges include Miss America 1999 Nicole Johnson, Olympian Cullen Jones and hairstylist Ken Paves. —Karen Andzejewicz

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Prayers for Bobby
9 pm/ET Lifetime
Sigourney Weaver gives a moving performance in this cable movie as Mary Griffith, a deeply religious mother tortured by grief and guilt over the suicide of her gay son, Bobby. Based on a true story, the cable teleplay follows Griffith's search for answers to make sense of her son's life — and his death — eventually leading her to question her religious beliefs. As understanding comes, so does a new calling that transforms this mother into an outspoken activist for gay rights. —Rhoda Charles

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Figure Skating: U.S. Championships Women's Final
9 pm/ET NBC
Timing is everything, and with the Vancouver Olympics a little over a year away, the U.S. has assembled what could be a contending team of young women. Last year's top two finishers in the U.S. Championships (Mirai Nagasu and Rachael Flatt) were too young to compete in the Worlds, but they helped sweep the Junior Worlds (with Caroline Zhang) for the U.S. for the second straight year. —Dave Roeder

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