TONIGHT: Tonight we've got a holiday themed Minute to Win It, the conclusion of a powerful doc about American religiosity on Independent Lens and the finale of Skating with the Stars. Plus Glory Daze and Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel.

8:00 PM

Minute to Win It A holiday episode featuring festive prizes in addition to cash, a "Twelve Days of Christmas" theme, audience giveaways and music performances. (NBC)
What Not to Wear Stacy and Clinton make over a psychic who has a witchy wardrobe filled with Victorian corsets, pointy hats and all-black clothing. (TLC)
Skating with the Stars The winner is crowned and it will undoubtedly be the best day of their life. (ABC)

9:00 PM

Independent Lens Part 2 of "The Calling," about America's next generation of religious leaders in the Christian, Jewish and Islamic faiths. The documentary chronicles their transformation from students to ordained religious professionals; and explores the factors that are drawing young people to serve their communities and their faiths. (PBS)
Million Dollar Money Drop More money, more dropping, more Pollack. (NBC)
Dirty Jobs Longtime fans Carolyn and Marilyn Maedel join Mike for a look at colorful conversations the host has had with various professionals in the course of the series. (DSC)
What Not to Wear An aspiring lawyer is a fashion offender and her defensive attitude makes for a difficult makeover. (TLC)

10:00 PM

16 and Pregnant Ashley hopes that her aunt and uncle will adopt her baby, but she later has doubts about whether she'll be happy with her decision. (MTV)
The Fashion Show The designers must work with lost-and-found items at a New Jersey train station and transform them into a cohesive line of weekend looks. Designer Chris Benz is the guest judge. (BRAVO)
Glory Daze The boys scramble to tidy the house when a national-chapter adviser (John Michael Higgins) is slated to arrive. Elsewhere, the guys hope to score tickets to see a popular band in concert. (TBS)
Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel A year-end roundtable in which the correspondents choose their favorite segments from 2010. Topics include the link between brain injuries and the onset of ALS; women's bodybuilding; and young chess players in Texas. Also: profiles of Marc Buoniconti, Pete Carroll and Arturo Gatti. (HBO)

Who's on the Late Night Couches Tonight?

Conan Kevin Spacey, Kristen Schaal, Los Lobos (TBS)
The Daily Show: Michelle Williams (Comedy Central, repeat)
The Colbert Report: Daniel Ellsberg, Julie Taymor (Comedy Central, repeat)
Jimmy Kimmel Live: Mila Kunis, Ian Somerhalder, Social Distortion (ABC, repeat)
Lopez Tonight: Terrell Owens, Bettye Lavette with the Ese Vatos (TBS)
Chelsea Lately Reese Witherspoon, Jo Koy, Chris Franjola, Chris Hardwick (E!)
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Emma Stone, Marjorie Johnson, Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings (NBC)
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon: Jack Black, Stephen Dorff (NBC)
Last Call with Carson Daly Donal Logue, Edgar Wright, Alberta Cross (NBC, repeat)
Late Show with David Letterman: Jamie Foxx, Sofia Vergara (CBS)
Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson: Jane Fonda (CBS)