Chase Chase

10/9c NBC
After a blistering premiere episode last week that introduced this intrepid squad from the U.S. Marshal's office, a second case also hits the ground running. This time a state trooper's son is murdered and the team seeks out the notorious escapee "El Lobo," aka Eduardo Lopez. El Lobo leads them on a chase that has him racing to catch up to a couple the team learns is holding onto something that the fugitive will stop at nothing to get his paws on. — Ray Stackhouse

10:01/9:01c ABC
As far as predictions go, seeing one's own death ranks right up there, as Castle and Beckett discover when they investigate the murder of a renowned psychic. Whether they give credence to the paranormal or not, this case strays far from the norm when the detectives receive a letter from their victim, detailing her demise. But the question is this: Is foresight really at work in this case...or is it all just the contrivances of a clever killer? — Rhoda Charles


8/7c NBC
Even worse than crimes of passion are crimes of fashion, as our zero-turned-hero, dud-turned-stud Chuck discovers tonight. He teams up with Sarah, and the two undercover love birds wing off to Milan for Fashion Week to grab a high-tech weapon. Before long, Chuck recognizes a crucial flaw in his relationship with Sarah, yet all personal issues must be pushed aside for the mission to succeed. As for sidekick and nerd-herd maven Morgan, he pinpoints a certain vulnerability about the new Buy More. And Casey, with his usual gruff exasperation, tries, poorly, to make Burbank his home. Karolina Kurkova and Lou Ferrigno guest-star. — Dean Maurer

How I Met Your Mother
8/7c CBS
Ben Vereen makes a guest appearance and Wayne Brady returns as Barney's brother in another chapter of the Stinson family saga. Barney gets his friends to help him move his mom out of her home. As happens during such events, memories and stories resurface, and, in Barney's case, secrets are revealed about his past. Also, Ted goes on a blind date, but is upset when he finds out that Robin built him up a little too much. — Bill Ecklund

Monday Night Football
8:30/7:30c ESPN
The 180th meeting of the Packers and Bears is about as pivotal as a September game can get, with each team 2-0 and early control of the NFC North on the line. After pulling off their first sweep of the Bears since 2003 last season, Green Bay brings the NFC's top-ranked defense to Soldier Field, led by long-haired second-year LB Clay Matthews and his six sacks. He'll have Chicago QB Jay Cutler in his sights, though the strong-armed Vanderbilt product (one of five on the team) is off to a superb start in his second year in the Windy City, where offensive coordinator Mike Martz has woken up a moribund offense. — Roger Leister

Teenage Paparazzo
9/8c HBO
On Entourage, movie star Vince Chase is a frequent target of the paparazzi, and so is the actor, Adrian Grenier, who plays him. But as the director of this 2010 documentary, Grenier takes the fascination with celebrity, the notion of the right to privacy and the codependent relationship of photographer and subject to another level by turning his camera on Austin Visschedyk, a 13-year-old who, unlike many kids, would rather take than collect pictures of the rich and famous. This film is not rated. — Joe Friedrich

10/9c Showtime
Guess it was just a matter of time before Cesar and Co. caught up to Nancy and the on-the-lam Botwins (maybe that should be the Newmans, their undercover name). And now Nancy's ex, having kidnapped Shane, is looking for a head-to-head with her, and settled on a Skee-Ball Hall of Fame Museum as a site. Meanwhile, Andy and Silas are cooling their heels at a diner waiting to hear from her. "Sinewy beast" Andy wants to act as her back-up and Silas is willing to join him, but first, there's some business at hand. — Ray Stackhouse