Emily Deschanel and Marisa Coughlan, Bones Emily Deschanel and Marisa Coughlan, Bones

Survivor: Tocantins The Brazilian Highlands
8 pm/ET CBS
"Crazy" Sandy managed to avoid being ousted last week since her tribemates could no longer tolerate bossy Carolina. But if the Jalapao tribe doesn't win immunity tonight, the team's resident "old lady" will likely be sent packing. A key challenge for everyone is a rain-soaked basketball-like game that turns into a physically draining adventure. —Tim Holland

10 pm/ET NBC
How fitting that ER's Valentine's Day episode features the return of the beloved Noah Wyle. His appearance makes the quest to come full circle in the show's final season appear complete. Or is it? Meanwhile, County's world keeps turning despite Carter's surprise visit. Banfield remains intent upon having a baby regardless of the signs that are saying no, Neela makes a critical mistake with her transplant patient, and Gates has an unusual case involving a wedding groom and mushrooms. Can you feel the love? —Rhoda Charles

Grey's Anatomy
9 pm/ET ABC
Addison's brother might be all better, but Addison is still pulling double duty (here and on Private Practice) again tonight. That pregnant woman with the brain aneurysm (what a way to bring Addison and Derek together again!) has a complication that'll take another episode — and more fireworks — to resolve. Speaking of fireworks: How about Derek punching Mark? And just so you know that this an extra-special episode, Faye Dunaway guest stars as a renowned surgeon — who screws up. —Paul Droesch

8 pm/ET FOX It's doubtful anyone would ever call Booth a slacker, but after spending the last few weeks being temporarily blinded while kidnapped and suffering a broken hand and concussion playing ice hockey, the guy deserves a break, right? Well, now it seems like a bad back will finally keep him on the sidelines, so Agent Perotta (Marisa Coughlan) pitches in to help with a murder case involving a female science-fiction fan and her connection to a convention for comic-book and video-game aficionados. —Joe Friedrich

Being Erica
10 pm/ET SoapNet
This comedy import from Canada focuses on the life of 32-year-old single gal Erica Strange (Erin Karpluk), who, despite her name, isn't all that strange. She's just someone who has made a few mistakes in her past and has regrets about them. However, thanks to her somewhat mysterious therapist, she gets to do what no one else can: Go back in time and redo certain pivotal life moments. In the series opener, a hospitalized Erica meets her new therapist, Dr. Tom, who has her relive an old high-school dance. —Jennifer Sankowski