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TV Guide shows some of the King of Pop's most famous music videos through the decades on "Michael Jackson: His Music Legacy" (at 8).

Beyoncé honored Jackson with the Diamond Award -- given to artists that sell more than 100 million albums -- at the 2006 World Music Awards, which MyNetworkTV re-airs at 8.

"Michael Jackson: An E! Entertainment Special" (E! at 10) documents the life of the singer who was the first artist to win eight Grammy Awards in one year, and still holds title to world's best-selling album with "Thriller." Although Discovery Channel had previously planned an all-day marathon of the reality series "Pitchmen" before the season finale at 10 p.m., the death of host Billy Mays, 50, makes the string of episodes bittersweet.

Mays, best known for pitching products like OxiClean, will be honored with never-before-aired moments throughout the marathon, which starts at 11 a.m.

"American Masters" (MPT at 8 p.m., WETA at 9) shows "Garrison Keillor: The Man on the Radio in the Red Shoes," examining Keillor's work on his "Prairie Home Companion" radio show as he traveled the country.

Danger-seekers on "Wipeout" (ABC at 8) attempt the get to the last round to win the money, but first must face the terrifying Spiked Fenders and Drop Bridge.

The top 14 dancers show off their moves for the judges and viewers on "So You Think You Can Dance" (Fox at 8).

After searching coast to coast, Niecy Nash and the crew take on a disastrous Cincinnati home on a two-hour "Clean House: Messiest Home in the Country" (Style at 9).

The contestants on "I Survived a Japanese Game Show" (ABC at 9) have enough ridiculous challenges to worry about without people hitting them with foam hammers; unfortunately, that's one of the many obstacles they run into tonight.

New series "Monsters Inside Me" (Animal Planet at 9) focuses on parasites that live inside the human body and attack when people are least expecting it.

The season premiere of "Primetime: Crime" (ABC at 10) looks at the case of a slain San Diego lawyer whose stepchildren were charged with his death.

Teddy gets distracted from his business deals on "The Philanthropist" (NBC at 10) when he meets a young girl desperate for a kidney transplant, but her father -- the kidney donor -- is trapped at a labor camp.

A tarot card reader predicts the future of "The Fashion Show" (Bravo at 10) contestants, who also must create designer loungewear to be sold at Saks Fifth Avenue.

On tonight's late-night-show repeats, Denzel Washington and the Jonas Brothers stop by "Late Show With David Letterman" (CBS at 11:35), and Regis Philbin has a Top 10 list; meanwhile, "Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien" (NBC at 11:35) hosts actor Eddie Murphy, actress Angela Kinsey ("The Office") and singers Bonnie Raitt and Taj Mahal.

-- Emily Yahr
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