The USA drama is back on a new night after its mid-season break, and there are still plenty of questions for fans to ponder after Peter had a shocking reunion with Kate. But while questions about who's really good or bad loom, this episode focuses on a group of corrupt Wall Street brokers that Peter and Neal try to take down. The case isn't a run-of-the-mill one for Neal, though, because his deal with the FBI is riding on a successful conclusion to the investigation.
* American Idol (8/7c Fox)
It was wicked good in Boston and peachy in Georgia in last week's season-opening shows, both of which encapsulated what these preliminary auditions are all about - cringe-worthy train-wreck auditions and those elevated moments when we all discover a genuine talent together. And average folks shine on - how about Guitar Girl and scene-stealing General Larry Platt, author of the artful anthem "Pants on the Ground"? These colorful opening tryouts continue tonight when the judges blow into the Windy City. Tomorrow night's show takes us to Orlando, Fla.
* The Biggest Loser: Couples (8/7c NBC)
The contestants go back to school when the pairs are divided into teachers and students. The teachers work out with Bob and Jillian and try to commit the routines to memory. Later, the teachers must pass on what they've learned to their partners, who aren't allowed to work out with the trainers. This twist in the game could have a big effect on the weigh-in, which becomes even more dramatic after some contestants make accusations about game play.
* Millionaire Matchmaker (10/9c Bravo)
Here's a matchmaker, matchmaker who can make them a match, find them a find, catch them a catch. Patti Stanger doesn't fiddle around when the matchmaking reality show opens its third season. Her first two clients of the season are Omar and Nick, two big-bucks founders of a trash-removal company. But there might be some trash talkin' with these hunks of junk: One of them doubts Patti's matchmaking abilities, while the other believes most women are only attracted to his wealth.
In the past few years, A&E has been finding success with reality programming following law-enforcement officials and shows exploring the paranormal. Now they've found a way to combine the two. A new reality series follows a group of Chicago cops who moonlight as paranormal investigators, applying their honed skills in crime investigation to otherworldly mysteries. In the opener, they help a store's night manager who thinks something unusual is going on in the basement.