House House

8/7c Fox
The Super Bowl's coming up Sunday, so it's only fitting that this week's medical puzzle comes with cleats, shoulder pads and a disease that will kill him unless the team figures out what's wrong. But the big news involves Foreman, who was last seen arriving at some sort of détente with Thirteen. Good thing, because he'll have new personal issues to face when his jailbird brother (Orlando Jones) shows up at the hospital. Meanwhile, House and Wilson are playing pranks on each other. — Paul Droesch

One Tree Hill
8/7c CW
This episode pays tribute to the late, great John Hughes with story lines inspired by his films: Haley has more than 16 candles on her cake, but her birthday is still forgotten; Jamie is left home alone; and a stranded Nathan and Clay may have to resort to taking planes, trains and automobiles to get home. Meanwhile, Julian reflects on his dorky teen years as he watches Brooke at an '80s dance with Alexander. While there's no Saturday detention, the episode is called "Don't You Forget About Me." — Jennifer Sankowski

BET Honors
9/8c BET
Gabrielle Union is back to host the third installment of BET's feel-good awards show, which pays tribute to successful black luminaries. This year's recipients are Whitney Houston, Keith L. Black, Queen Latifah, Diddy and Dr. Ruth J. Simmons. The evening also features a slew of performances, including one from last year's Entertainment award recipient, Mary J. Blige. — Brie Hearn

CSI: Miami
10/9c CBS
Anthony Michael Hall guest-stars as a convicted killer on death row who is awaiting execution for murdering his wife and daughter 15 years ago. But just before his date with the needle, he's given a 24-hour reprieve due to new evidence that throws doubt on his guilt. The CSIs hurriedly get to work to prove whether he is innocent or deserves to die. And they get some much-needed help from an old friend — Eric Delko (Adam Rodriguez). — Tim Holland

Kell on Earth
10/9c Bravo
Bravo's fashion line of style-themed unscripted shows — including Launch My Line, Make Me a Supermodel and The Rachel Zoe Project — receives a new look. The passion for fashion continues with a new reality series that narrates the life and work of high-powered fashion public-relations maven Kelly Cutrone (reality fans know her from MTV's The Hills and The City), who tries to manage her PR agency while being a single mother. In the premiere, Kelly rushes to organize shows for two high-profile clients at Fashion Week, but a computer glitch causes nasty problems. — Dean Maurer