On The King of Queens (8 p.m., CBS), Doug uses his sister (Ricki Lake) as bait in a scheme to watch the Super Bowl on high definition TV. The Antiques Roadshow (8 p.m., PBS, check local times) begins a three-episode stay in Charleston, S.C. On a new Everybody Loves Raymond (9 p.m., CBS), Ray gets two tickets to the Super Bowl -- and has no plans to take Debra. Bobby Esposito is consumed with guilt over doctoring his brother's criminal record on 100 Centre Street (9 p.m., A&E). On Family Law (10 p.m., CBS), a woman challenges her doctors' decision to separate her conjoined twins. Emmy magnet Marlee Matlin guests on Gideon's Crossing (10 p.m., ABC) as a mother who opposes a cochlear implant for her deaf teenage daughter. Karen is attracted to a client on Cold Feet (10 p.m., Bravo), and no wonder, since her husband is a great big jackass.
The next-to-last episode of Jazz (9 p.m., PBS, check local times) covers 1956-60, and innovations by Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Sonny Rollins and Sarah Vaughan. Original "Survivor" castaway Rudy Boesch extends his 15 minutes of fame by hosting the four-part Modern Marvels: Survival Guide (10 p.m., History Channel).
Maple Leafs at Blues (8 p.m., ESPN2)
Rosie O'Donnell (syndicated) TBA
David Letterman (CBS) TBA
Jay Leno (NBC) Jimmy Carter, Fuel
Politically Incorrect (ABC) D.L. Hughley, Rod Steiger
Conan O'Brien (NBC) John Tesh, Darrell Hammond (rerun)
All times Eastern unless noted.