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Eureka
9/8c Syfy
After Carter, Lupo, Henry, Allison and Fargo visited Eureka's founding (and slightly altered history), we've seen a ring on Henry's finger, new careers for Lupo and Fargo and Allison's son transformed in a startling way. Tonight, Carter visits Zoe (Jordan Hinson) at college to see if she's still like the daughter he remembers, and it's a good time for the sheriff to be out of town, as Jamie Kennedy turns up as Dr. Ramsey, a scientist whose project threatens Eureka during the Space Week festival. — Michael Chant

The Short List

9/8c VH1
The cable network kicks off a new series spotlighting lighthearted lists of pop-culture phenomena, ranging from celeb beach bodies to famous babies to...well, this premiere episode is entitled "10 Craziest Lady Gaga Fashion Moments." But, really, the word "costumes" might be more accurate. And it must have been very hard to hold the list to 10: She usually is dressed up like she's in...or watching... The Rocky Horror Picture Show.  — Fred Mitchell

Good Morning America
7 a.m./6c ABC
The Black Eyed Peas have five Grammy awards, a positive high-profile media presence and plenty of Billboard chart-toppers. The E.N.D, their 2009 CD, is one of them: It yielded six singles ("Alive," "Boom Boom Pow," "I Gotta Feeling," "Meet Me Halfway," "Imma Be" and "Rock That Body"). So don't expect the Black Eyed Peas to call it quits anytime soon. Of course, fans know that "E.N.D." stands for "Energy Never Dies," and it's unlikely to do so this morning when these hip-hop legends wake up Central Park. — Paul Droesch

Friday Night Lights
8/7c NBC
Everyone in Dillon knows that the Panthers-Lions matchup isn't exactly a fair fight. But as the big game approaches, Eric finds himself at an even bigger disadvantage when a prank that goes too far ends up hurting the team's already slim chances. Off the field, Tami's still trying to contain the fallout over Becky; Vince has to decide how far he's willing to go to avenge Calvin; and the Riggins brothers take big strides toward happiness...but they could face major complications. — Brie Hearn

Smallville
8/7c CW
Aliens — they walk among us. Or so Dr. Bernard Chisholm (JR Bourne) would have Smallvillians believe in this repeat from February. Having escaped from the hands of the Kandorians (whose experiments once killed him), the good doctor kidnaps one of his oppressors to prove to the world that Earth has, in fact, been invaded. When Lois refuses to write Chisholm's story, she is also kidnapped, but it's Zod who comes into the line of fire when he tracks down the doctor's secret lab and finds a bullet waiting for him. — Rhoda Charles

Let the Good Times Roll
8/7c TCM
A stellar evening of rock-and-roll concert movies kicks off with 1973's "Let the Good Times Roll," a rollicking celebration of the birth of rock that features marvelous performance clips of such seminal acts as Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Little Richard, Bill Haley and the Comets and Danny and the Juniors. Also airing tonight: an exquisitely remastered version of 1973's "Elvis on Tour," which documents his 1972 cross-country romp, and the Rolling Stones' "Let's Spend the Night Together," a ripping 1983 record of their 1981 U.S. tour. — Ray Stackhouse

Aaron Stone
7/6c Disney XD-E
Aaron Stone faces his biggest challenge to date on this one-hour episode in which the U.S. president is captured by a band of mutants led by Grudge, a teen boy trained by Elias Powers to take down Aaron. Even worse, the militant mutants plan to unleash a deadly virus that could spread around the world. Aaron's job? Infiltrate the White House, free the president and stop the evil plot before a global disaster unfolds. — Tim Holland

The Neistat Brothers
Midnight/11c HBO
In the first-season finale of this HBO series, Casey and Van climb Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa. But will they have enough camera battery to last the whole trip?