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Psych
10/9c USA
Psych does double duty as it wraps up its fifth season as well as the Yin-Yang trilogy with tonight's episode. Shawn and Gus tangle with the homicidal duo once again when they try to track down a woman kidnapped by Yin. But to help locate the elusive killer, they need help from Yang (guest star Ally Sheedy) and form an uneasy alliance. Cybill Shepherd and Mena Suvari also guest star. — Brie Hearn

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Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew

10/9c VH1
The Jasons (socialite Davis and Laguna Beach and The Hills star Wahler) hatch a scheme to bust out of rehab, but the police get involved and their self-destructive plan is foiled. Meanwhile, nearing the halfway point of treatment, patients start to realize how their loved ones have suffered because of their addictions. — Fred Mitchell

A Home for the Holidays

8/7c CBS
The annual special celebrating the joys of adoption, now in its 12th year, is always an uplifting, inspirational hour. Tonight's program again features a stellar musical lineup that includes Melissa Etheridge, Maroon 5, Ricky Martin, Nelly and Katy Perry. In addition, country music star Jimmy Wayne shares how he was adopted at 16 after living in foster care and how his new parents changed his life. — Tim Holland

Las Vegas Bowl
8/7c ESPN
Utah takes on Boise State in the Las Vegas Bowl.  A late-season loss to Nevada ended Boise State's BCS Championship Bowl dreams, but Heisman finalist Kellen Moore and the Broncos (11-1) still possess one of the most explosive offenses in the country. Only two teams, Oregon and Auburn, have scored more points than Boise State this season. The Utes (10-2) have won their last nine bowl appearances, including the Las Vegas Bowl in 1999 and 2001. — Kelly McGettigan

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Human Target

8/7c Fox
Even the complicated mercenaries-for-hire in Christopher Chance's crew want to go home for the holidays, right? Unfortunately for these city slickers, in tonight's episode that means a dreaded move to the suburbs when an ordinary middle-class family becomes a target for murder. So don't expect to see much of the Christmas spirit, especially when the job includes Chance and Guerrero working undercover at boring corporate jobs, Winston joining a book club and Ames chaperoning a high-school party. — Joe Friedrich

Top Ten Monks
8/7c HBO2
Hey, hey they're the...monks? Tucked away in a 12th-century monastery in Austria, the Cistercian monks of the Stift Heiligenkreuz Abbey would seem like the last candidates to be pop-music stars. But after releasing an album of Gregorian chant in 2008, that's exactly what happened. Directed by Dana Heinz Perry (Boy Interrupted), this enjoyable 2010 documentary chronicles the daily lives of the monks, who, despite their newfound celebrity, never lose sight of their passionate devotion to God. — Joe Friedrich

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Top Chef: All-Stars

10/9c Bravo
Tales of two Dales marked last week's outing when the all-star culinarians had to prove their talents in the exclusive kitchens of four elite eateries in New York City. One Dale (Talde) sailed to victory while another Dale (Levitski) tailed and ultimately failed. In the wake of this Dale deal, tonight's episode tracks the chefs as they prepare a holiday stuffing dish. It'll be an all-hands meeting when they're forbidden to use kitchen tools or knives. In the elimination challenge that follows, they hold court by catering a bash for the U.S. Open tennis tournament. — Dean Maurer