Basketball Wives (8pm, VH1) - The fourth season features two new jilted ladies.
How I Met Your Mother (8pm, CBS) - The fallout from Ted's declaratoin to Robin about his feelings for her, and Barney digs up personal dirt on Marshall and Lily.
Clinton (9pm, UNC-TV) - This first part of this two-part American Experience profile of former president Bill Clinton charts his path from Hope, Ark., to Washington, D.C., ending midway through his first term when Newt Gingrich and the GOP took control of the House and Senate. It details the scandals and setbacks Clinton weathered up to that point, and features interviews with Dick Morris, Dee Dee Myers, Robert Reich, and others. Part two airs tomorrow night. Is it worth your four-hour commitment? Read our review and decide.
Bethenny Ever After (9pm, Bravo) - Season 3 shows Bethenny as hyper-busy as ever, and Jason trying to adjust to the unwanted attention the show's success has brought.
Alcatraz (9pm, Fox) - Madsen and Hauser pursue Johnny McKee, a murderous former inmate. Also, more details about Madsen's grandfather come to light.
Castle (10pm, ABC) - In the conclusion to last week's cliffhanger episode, Beckett and Castle continue trying to stop a series of events that could lead the US into a war.
Smash (10pm, NBC) - Casting begins for the Joe DiMaggio character, and Karen returns to her hometown to attend a baby shower. Chatter indicates this is a fairly awful episode (mostly the progression of the adoption storyline), so just keep that in mind if you watch.