Betty White: America's Golden Girl (8pm, TV Guide Network) - A look at the life and career of Betty White, including her marriage to Allen Ludden, her years on "The Golden Girls," and the fan-driven campaign that led to her hosting "Saturday Night Live."
Sarah Palin's Alaska (9pm, TLC) - It's the debut of Sarah Palin: Reality Star. In the first episode of Palin's new reality series, the former Alaska governor goes salmon fishing with her family, and she and Todd visit Denali National Park. Maybe at some point we check out that famous view of Russia from her house. We didn't get an advance copy of the show, so we have no review. But there are plenty of them out there, like this one (Time magazine), or this one (LA Times), or this one (The New Yorker). You can also check out these photos from the show.
Boardwalk Empire (9pm, HBO) - Jimmy returns from Chicago to help Nucky in the escalating war with his rivals, but is given a rude welcome by agent Val Alden.
Desperate Housewives (9pm, ABC) - Gaby and Carlos learn that the Sanchezes, who are raising their biological daughter Grace, are illegal immigrants. Bree learns some of Keith's family secrets over Thanksgiving dinner with his parents (John Schneider and Nancy Travis).
Brothers & Sisters (10pm, ABC) - Luc's charismatic (and sexy) mother tries to play matchmaker for a reluctant Nora, and even sparks a little heat of her own with Justin. This episode is directed by Matthew Rhys (Kevin).
Bored to Death (10pm, HBO) - In the second season finale, Jonathan (Jason Schwartzman) asks Drake for help in catching Ray's (Zach Galifianakis) stalker before the Broooklyn Comic Con, and George (Ted Danson) stands up for his principles at the magazine.
The Walking Dead (10pm, AMC) - Against his better judgement, Rick heads back to Atlanta to recover his cache of guns and ammo left behind when the zombies dragged him off that poor horse (RIP, horsie). He also, for some reason, hopes to retrieve the violent bigot left behind during the escape. I'm assuming at least part of him will be where they left him, right?