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Dirty Sexy Money
10/9c ABC
News of this show's cancellation broke late last fall, and the final episode will air tonight. So say good-bye to good-guy Nick, bad-guy Simon and the wacky Darling clan as Nick makes some discoveries about Simon and Nola. Meanwhile, Nola heads to China to save her little brother, and Patrick's relationship with the Whatleys gets more complicated. Then word surfaces that a tell-all book is being written about the Darlings, and the author is someone who knew them well — Nick's ex, Lisa. — Jennifer Sankowski

Pro Football Hall of Fame Induction
7/6c ESPN
Four Pro Bowl regulars from the '90s and two trailblazers from the '60s comprise the Class of 2009 in Canton, Ohio, where a new evening start time should let temperatures drop to levels more suitable for speech-making than bread-baking. Sack artists Bruce Smith and the late Derrick Thomas join cornerback Rod Woodson and longtime Vikings offensive guard Randall McDaniel among the recently active inductees. Also, the late, great "Bullet" Bob Hayes, the first track star to make it big in the NFL, will be inducted by his Cowboys QB, Roger Staubach; and Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson, a key figure in the AFL-NFL merger, will be presented by ESPN's Chris Berman. — Roger Leister

iCarly
8/7c Nickelodeon
Much like Rocky, Carly is the underdog when she steps into the ring to fight martial-arts champ Shelby Marx (Zoey 101's Victoria Justice) in tonight's hour-long episode. It all starts as a joke, when Carly challenges Shelby to a fight on her webcast. Soon the two decide to have a fun exhibition fight for charity, but then things go wrong at the press conference, and Carly's mocking tough talk gets altered by Nevel. As Carly faces her opponent, she's unsure whether Shelby will hold back with her punches. — Jennifer Sankowski

Can You Duet
9/8c CMT
The final two duos perform and the winners are chosen by judges Naomi Judd, Big Kenny and Scott Borchetta to follow in the footsteps of last season's winners, Caitlin and Will, in this second-season finale. But if last season is any indication, the runners-up probably have a pretty good chance at a recording career, too. — Fred Mitchell

George Lopez: Tall, Dark & Chicano
10/9c HBO
For his last HBO special in 2007, comic George Lopez dubbed himself "America's Mexican," but this time out he's dropping the "America" part and fully embracing his Chicano heritage. Lopez has never been one to hide his pride or hold his tongue, and tonight his insights and insults will be coming at you — and to a crowd at San Antonio's AT&T Center likely to be well in excess of 10,000 — live. (It airs tape-delayed in the Pacific Time Zone.) — Joe Friedrich