Horse racing

(4:30-6:30 p.m., NBC10) - The second leg of the Triple Crown is run for the 133d time at the Preakness Stakes. Big Brown, who handily won the Kentucky Derby, is the favorite in this event, which drew more than 121,000 fans last year to Baltimore's Pimlico Race Course.


(8-11 p.m., 6ABC) - Just what the date doctor ordered. This irresistible comedy stars Will Smith as the dating strategist in need of his own playbook when around the heart-stopping Eva Mendes. Hilarious Kevin James is Smith's star pupil, and supermodel Amber Valletta is the babe he loves. Directed by Andy Tennant.

Rush Hour

(8-10 p.m., MNT17) - Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker are delights in this mismatched-cop film in which the Hong Kong detective who can vault over any obstacle meets the L.A. detective who can talk his way past any obstacle.

America's Most Wanted

(9-10 p.m., Fox29) - Next time you find yourself thinking that good TV never lasts, consider


. It's in its 21st season and celebrating a milestone with this new episode: the 1,000th capture credited to the series. But host John Walsh won't rest on his laurels; as long as there are viewers to call in tips, those numbers will keep going up.

You Kill Me

(10-11:35 p.m., MAX) - Ben Kingsley is Frank, an alcoholic mob hit man from Buffalo, N.Y., in this hilarious satire by John Dahl of

The Last Seduction

fame. Ordered by his boss to dry out or die, Frank moves to San Francisco, joins AA, finds himself, and falls in love with Laurel (Téa Leoni). The couple's amazing chemistry alone makes this a must-see.