* Chuck (8/7c NBC)
Talk about a pressure cooker! As if posing as the world's mot lethal assassin isn't hard enough, Chuck must prepare dinner for Hannah (Kristin Kreuk), Ellie and Awesome. Meanwhile, Sarah tries to keep her relationship with Shaw (Brandon Routh) purely professional.
* The Bachelor: On the Wings of Love (8/7c ABC)
Romance fans: Super Monday is here! Tenley or Vienna? Jake says he loves them both, of course, but who does he love just a little bit more? We're waiting. But before the final rose comes Caribbean frolicking and hard questions from Jake's family. And then it will have only just begun - for both gals, most likely. Last year's loser-turned-winner, Molly Malaney, will actually swap vows with Jason next week (in this time slot). Meanwhile, winner-turned-loser Melissa Rycroft is working on a 20/20 report on The Bachelor slated for two weeks from tonight.
* Rules of Engagement (8:30/7:30c CBS)
The series returns for a fourth season, and you'd think that by now Jeff would know better than to take advice regarding women from Russell. When Jeff tells Russell that one of his female colleagues is flirting with him, Russell tells him to flirt back. Yeah, that's going to end well. This advice comes from the man who asks Timmy (Adhir Kalyan, who is now a regular) to retrieve his phone from the apartment of a one-night stand.
* The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (11:35/10:35c NBC)
After nine months away from late-night, Jay Leno's back behind the desk at the Tonight Show, a move that caused quite a stir in January following NBC's decision to pull the plug on Leno's prime-time show and thereby hastening the demise of Conan O'Brien's reign as host. Tonight's guests Jamie Foxx and ski darling Lindsey Vonn are on hand to help Jay get reacquainted, and Brad Paisley is set to perform.
* Two and a Half Men (9/8c CBS)
Sometimes women shake their heads and laugh at the craziness that the men in their lives get into...then there's Chelsea. How is she supposed to react when Charlie goes off to Vegas and returns home...with a wife! Also returning is Chelsea's dad (Stacy Keach), who comes to visit with his new boyfriend, played by John Amos.
We were first introduced to Craig and Becky Hennon in November, when TLC aired a documentary that followed the dwarf couple as they welcomed Charlie, their average-size son, into the world. Now the new parents are the latest little people to land their own reality show, joining a lineup that includes Little People, Big World, Little Couple and Little Chocolatiers, all of which have shown us that while little people have some unique challenges, for the most part, they're just like the rest of us - just smaller.