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Saturday Night Live
11:29/10:29c NBC
Drew Barrymore takes over hosting chores in the third live episode of the season. Barrymore produced, directed and stars in the freshly released film Whip It (which also stars SNL player Kristen Wiig), about the rough-and-tough realm of female roller-derby players. Barrymore should skate well through the show's topical satire — this is her sixth time performing as host. (Back in 1982, she was the show's youngest host ever, at age 7.) Taking the music stage: singer-songwriter Regina Spektor. — Dean Maurer

Wanda Sykes: I'ma Be Me
10/9c HBO
The last time comedian Wanda Sykes performed in Washington, D.C., some of her comments at the White House Correspondents Association dinner in May didn't go over so well with the punditocracy. Well, Sykes kicks off her second HBO special by acknowledging this disapproval, but it's clear she enjoys this kind of unfettered atmosphere considerably more. This hilarious 90-minute set includes riffs on the first black president, coming out as a lesbian and getting older. — Joe Friedrich

NBA Basketball
9:30/8:30c TNT
Think of a regular neighborhood pickup game. Now, take out the broken glass and weeds lining the edges of a crumbling concrete court. Next, add nets to both rims, outdoor lights, a 16,000-seat-capacity stadium, a regulation wood court and players with fat wallets. Now you've got the idea, as the Suns head to Indian Wells, Calif., to play the Warriors at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden in an outdoor preseason exhibition. Phoenix fell to Denver in last year's game. — Brendan Curley

Iron Chef America
7:30/6:30c Food Network
Since the series kicked off five years ago, there's been no shortage of fierce face-offs between the country's culinary elite inside the hallowed halls of Kitchen Stadium. In this special, Dancing with the Stars contestant Mark Dacascos, aka the Chairman, looks back at the 10 most memorable moments in ICA history. The hour includes interviews with judges, challengers and, of course, the Iron Chefs, too. — Karen Andzejewicz

Househusbands of Hollywood
9/8c Fox Reality
Billy, Charlie, Danny, Darryl and Grant wind up their stay-at-home gigs (for the season, at least) with a wrap party that's actually a launch party for Lisa Ashley's line of makeup products. Meanwhile, Charlie's son is getting baptized — and Ryan O'Neal's the godfather — but Charlie is facing the day with some trepidation: He's working up the courage to come out  (as an ex-con) to his in-laws. — Paul Droesch