2012 Summer Olympics (NBC) - You can check to see when and where games are playing on the NBC Olympics schedule page. Highlights include the women's 200m, 400m hurdles and the long jump. Also the women's beach volleyball finals and men's 110m hurdles. Tips on watching the Olympic games.
Dallas (9pm, TNT) - In tonight's season finale, Bobby's latest health crisis brings the Ewing family together. Also, long-buried secrets are exposed and Christopher and Elena learn harsh truths about people closest to them.
Here Comes Honey Boo Boo (10pm, TLC) - ... and there goes what's left of our nation's dignity. This highly-buzzed new show, a spinoff of "Toddlers & Tiaras," follows 6-year-old beauty queen Alana "Honey Boo Boo" Thompson (at right with her mother) and her self-described redneck family in rural Georgia. What say the critics? Entertainment Weekly loved it when they bobbed for pigs feet and Variety called it a "disturbingly condescending and almost irresistibly cheeky...exploitation of deep-fried Southern rubes." Because, you know, it's always entertaining to make fun of hillbillies! Enjoy -- but this is likely the only time you'll see me mention the existence of this show on this blog.
Top Chef Masters (10pm, Bravo) - The contestants pout on a Japanese-style culinary show. Guest judges include Olympic skater Brian Boitano and foodies Mary Sue Milliken, Susan Feniger, Rick Moonen and Jonathan Waxman.
Go On (11:05pm, NBC) - If you're still up after NBC's Olympics coverage ends, you can get a look at Matthew Perry's new sitcom. Perry plays a recently widowed sportscaster who can't return to work until he completes grief counseling -- in a support group setting, of course. The group has the cliche mix of psychos and crazy cat ladies we've all come to expect in network sitcoms, but ... it also has Matthew Perry, so I couldn't be more hopeful.