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iCarly
8/7c Nickelodeon
In recent weeks VMAs and Emmys have been given out, and now it's time for the iCarly Awards. It's the inaugural year for the event, in which Carly, Sam and Freddie plan to honor the top user-generated content on their Web show. The categories are a bit... unusual, and include "Most Inane Hula-Hooper" and "Best Male Acrobat with Lots of Hair." The only problem? Spencer didn't make enough statuettes, and now he must recruit some helpers (in the form of swimsuit models) to churn out some more. — Jennifer Sankowski

Saturday Night Live

11:29/10:29c NBC
Megan Fox and friends kicked off the live-wire show's 35th season last week, and it all got interesting quickly. Fred Armisen played Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi to dead-on perfection; the F-bomb was dropped; and the sketches were, as usual, hot and cold. So we now cut to tonight's second episode of the season, with Ryan Reynolds (The Proposal, X-Men Origins: Wolverine) taking on hosting duties and flamboyant pop-electronica songstress Lady Gaga providing the music. — Dean Maurer

Relic Hunter with Ian Grant
10/9c Travel
Armchair explorers will delight in this new series, which follows intrepid adventurer Ian Grant as he journeys off the beaten path, immersing himself in some of the world's unique and unusual cultures. In the opener, he visits the West African countries of Benin and Togo, where he experiences a voodoo culture and some of its rarely seen rituals. A second new episode airs at 10:30/9:30c, and it follows the host as he tracks down religious relics in Nepal's Kathmandu Valley. — Karen Andzejewicz

SuperFetch
8/7c Animal Planet
Dogs: They're not just for companionship. No, these precious four-footed beasts can be trained to do all the little things we humans are too lazy to do ourselves. With the help of animal trainer Zak George, people in the series opener learn how to train their pets to do things like put down the toilet seat and flush, or pay the manicurist. The possibilities are endless. — Rhoda Charles

Celebrity Ghost Stories
10/9c Biography
David Carradine, in one of his last interviews before his death, appears in this new series in which celebrities recall their paranormal encounters. Carradine talks about meeting his wife's dead husband. Other stories include Joan Rivers' encounter with an angry ghost; a Scott Baio tale involving unresolved issues with his deceased father; and an experience from Teri Polo's childhood. — Bill Ecklund