Fo, Tyra's self-proclaimed "mama's pupil," must be considered the front-runner after last week's high praise from Banks on her smiling eyes and a best-photo win. On the bottom is self-destructing Celia. She is, arguably, the most fashion-conscious model, but her ill-advised tirade at panel against Tahlia will likely be her downfall. Nigel, especially, is itching to get rid of her. Tonight Clay Aiken coaches the models during an acting class, and Cycle 11 winner McKey prepares the gals to shoot a cosmetics commercial.
* American Idol (9 pm/ET Fox)
It's so last week, but we still can't forget that colorful contestant Megan Joy, she of the telegenic visage and hippie-dippy dance moves, felt no joy after she interpreted Bob Marley's "Turn Your Lights Down Low." Yes, America and the judges did indeed turn the lights down on her. So now it's crazy eights. Last night, the Top 8 performed songs from the year they were born, and tonight they wait for their fate in the supplemental results show. Country songstress and Season 5 contestant Kellie Pickler is on hand to perform the song "Best Days of Your Life."
* Lost (9 pm/ET ABC)
It certainly seems as though Kate and Sawyer made a deal with the devil last week when they left the gravely wounded young Ben to the tender mercies of Richard Alpert, and - as it happens - "judgment day" is here tonight. Cue the smoke monster, and look for lots of screen time for Ben, both in 1977, when he begins to make his transition from Dharma innocent to the Ben we have come to know, and in 2007, when Smokey and the resurrected Locke await.
* The Unusuals (10:02 pm/ET ABC)
Joan of Arcadia's Amber Tamblyn returns to TV in this police drama with a comedic slant. In tonight's pilot, NYC detective Casey Shraeger (Tamblyn) is transferred from vice to homicide and gets partnered with a cop who's determined to find his ex-partner's murderer. She also learns that many of the detectives in her new department are a little zany: Leo Banks (Harold Perrineau) refuses to take off his bulletproof vest, while Eric Delahoy (Adam Goldberg) keeps trying to get killed in the line of duty.
* American Masters (9 pm/ET PBS)
The series profiles prolific composer Philip Glass, whose minimalist works span the gamut from avant-garde to chamber music to opera to pop, thanks to collaborative efforts with such artists as David Bowie and Paul Simon. The documentary, which includes interviews with Glass, Woody Allen and Martin Scorsese, chronicles a year in his life, from the world premiere of an opera in Germany to traveling to Australia to perform with a didgeridoo virtuoso.