TONIGHT: We've got new episodes of WWE Smackdown, Supernanny, Wizards of Waverly Place, The Soup, What Not to Wear, Medium, Suite Life on Deck, CSI: New York, Fashion Police, and more, plus Regis Philbin on the Late Show. Happy weekend!

8:00 PM

Medium Allison's dreams cause her to suspiciously scrutinize the newfound success of her brother (David Arquette, series star Patricia Arquette's real-life brother). Elsewhere, Devalos' campaign manager grows curiously interested in Bridgette's abilities. (CBS)
Suite Life on Deck Cody and Bailey each write a version of their breakup when they are assigned to write and direct their own play. (Disney)
Supernanny Jo goes back to the basics of discipline when a San Antonio couple lose control of their household, which includes five daughters, two of whom fight constantly, and one granddaughter, who was born to the oldest girl when she was a teen. (ABC)
WWE Smackdown A double main event of Rey Mysterio vs. Alberto Del Rio and Kane vs. Edge for the World Heavyweight Championship. (SyFy)

8:30 PM

Wizards of Waverly Place Alex and Justin transform themselves into Max after he tries to get the family wizard competition moved up a year. (Disney)

9:00 PM

CSI: New York A man in a clown costume shoots a bakery owner and the investigation reveals a decision from Flack's past that puts him in jeopardy. Meanwhile, Jo's ex-husband, FBI agent Russ Josephson (David James Elliott), visits (CBS)
Fish Hooks Milo befriends a ninja to learn fighting skills, but he soon turns into a bully; Oscar tries to develop a better sense of humor by laughing at everything, but this tactic gets him into trouble. (Disney)
Say Yes to the Dress Season 6 opens with a bride who wants to look like a pirate on her wedding day. Also: Another bride's father has some outrageous ideas. (TLC)

10:00 PM

The Soup This Talk Soup variation broadens the satire to include pop culture and news stories. (E!)

10:30 PM

Fashion Police Joan Rivers discusses the week in fashion. (E!)

Who's on the Late Night Couches Tonight?

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Jim Parsons, Hailee Steinfeld, Lukas Nelson (NBC)
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon: Michelle Williams, Patton Oswalt, Daniel Holzman & Michael Chernow (NBC)
Late Show with David Letterman: Regis Philbin, Hannibal Buress, No Age (CBS)
Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson: Mila Kunis, Geechy Guy (CBS)