Flea Man (8pm, National Geographic Channel) - The show's host, Jimmy Kaplow, helps a toy collector sell some of his prize possessions so he can raise money to renovate his basement. In a second episode at 9, an aspiring country singer needs cash to record his first album, but he's reluctant to sell his most valuable collectibles.
Friday Night Lights (8pm, NBC) - Coach Taylor is recruited by a top college program, and Vince takes steps to become a starter again. Also, Tim Riggins' friends and family speak on his behalf at a parole hearing. Free Riggins! Free Riggins!
Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution (9pm, ABC) - In the Season 2 finale, Jamie is invited to meet the new superintendent of the LAUSD, and he's heartened by developments there. Later, he organizes a cooking competition for high school students, with acclaimed chefs Jonathan Waxman and Michael Symon serving as judges.
Rhett & Link: Commercial Kings (10pm, IFC) - A new show in which the Fuquay-Varina comedy duo cross the country filming commercials for small businesses using local talent. In tonight's opener, Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal (right) are in LA to shoot spots for a doggie day care and a hotel for cats. (Photo taken at Red House Furniture in High Point, NC). Unfortunately, we haven't seen it (ahem, IFC). There's more info on the show here, including the fact that the 10:30 repeat will be interactive.
Crossroads (10pm, CMT) - The Doobie Brothers and Luke Bryan perform each other's songs and find musical common ground.
Real Time with Bill Maher (10pm, HBO) - Guests are Richard Engel, Alexandra Pelosi, David Carr, Susan Del Percio, and Michael Smerconish.