Psych Psych

10/9c USA
Psych returns from its mid-season break with a familiar face: Shawn and Gus' nemesis Despereaux, played by the charismatic Cary Elwes. The clever criminal asks the guys to visit him in prison, but what Shawn and Gus don't know is that he's involving them in his plot to escape custody. Everything goes according to Despereaux's plan... until he's accused of murder and needs Shawn and Gus to help clear his name. — Brie Hearn

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America's Next Top Model8/7c CW Only five models remain and tall Texan Ann still looks to be the favorite, despite faltering the past two weeks. With only three episodes remaining before Tyra crowns the latest winner, it is definitely crunch time. Tonight, the ladies attend four go-sees in Milan, or at least try to get to four go-sees because navigating the city's complicated streets proves to be difficult for some. The photo shoot takes place at Lake Como, where the girls pose as real-life statues. IMG Models executive Kyle Hagler is this week's guest judge. —

Tim Holland
44th Annual CMA Awards8/7c ABC The stars in the firmament of country music come out for the 44th annual awards gala. Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood are the hosts, and also perform. Miranda Lambert and Sheryl Crow pay tribute to Loretta Lynn. Jason Aldean duets with Kelly Clarkson. Others contributing music include Dierks Bentley, Alan Jackson, Lady Antebellum, Rascal Flatts, Reba, George Strait, Sugarland, Taylor Swift and actress Gwyneth Paltrow, in her live country-music singing debut. — Fred Mitchell
What are you watching tonight? Tell us hereCriminal Minds9/8c CBS Sally Kirkland, a 1987 Academy Award nominee, appears as a film actress who was famous in the 1950s in an episode in which the team investigates a case in their own backyard. A kidnapped woman is found in an alley in Washington, D.C., and the BAU races to find the killer before another victim is claimed. — Bill EcklundLaw & Order: Special Victims Unit9/8c NBC Marcia Gay Harden reprises her role of undercover FBI agent Dana Lewis, only this time, she's not just working a case — she also becomes a victim. She is raped while on an assignment, and she asks Benson to have her rape kit tested. She then quickly returns to work so that her cover's not blown. Lewis reluctantly lets Benson and Stabler get involved with her case, which seemingly concerns a protest of a mosque at Ground Zero, but really deals with an even larger issue. — Jennifer Sankowski

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English Premier League Soccer
2:55/1:55c ESPN2
Even with star-crossed forward Wayne Rooney rehabbing his ankle injury in the seclusion of Nike headquarters in the States, some of the EPL's highest-priced talent is on display as Rooney's Manchester United visits big-spending cross-town rival Manchester City. The outlook for City hasn't matched their sky-blue uniforms of late, with a troubling string of losses to Wolves, Arsenal and an obscure Polish team in Europa League play. All will be forgotten, however, with a win over Sir Alex Ferguson's side. Former United striker Carlos Tevez is expected to be fit for City, while dynamic newcomer Javier Hernandez sparks the visitors. — Roger Leister

Harry Loves Lisa
10/9c TV Land
Despite practicing night and day on an Irish accent for an audition last week, Harry's failure to get the part ensured that his acting famine will continue. Rather than mope about it, however, Harry adopts a carpe diem attitude to turn his life around. (You go, Perseus!) But the biggest drama in tonight's one-hour first-season finale will involve Lisa's infamous lips, when she agrees to let a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon attempt to undo the silicone injections she received 24 years ago. — Joe Friedrich