Say the secret word

Rachael Ray, Neil Patrick Harris and Rosie O'Donnell are among the stars helping on the Regis Philbin-hosted version of "Million Dollar Password" (7 p.m. Sunday, WCCO, Ch. 4), but we're most excited about hearing clues from game-show veteran Betty White, widow of "Password" host Allen Ludden.

This special goes to 11

It's not a Spinal Tap reunion, but "Stonehenge Decoded" (8 p.m. Sunday, NGC) will have to do, as Christopher Guest reprises his role as rocker Nigel Tufnel to host this look at one of the world's most iconic structures. Unfortunately, because this is a serious journalistic effort, there will be no performance of "Big Bottom."

Bells are ringing

'Tis the season to get married -- and watch wedding specials. The fifth-season premiere of "Bridezillas" (8 p.m. Sunday, WE) competes against the new series "Rock the Reception" (8 p.m. Sunday, TLC) in which newlyweds compete to see who can cook up the freshest new wedding dance. Those who accidentally break into "The Chicken Dance" will be automatically disqualified.

In our sights

Men have been using the same tough-guy formula for decades, so what's wrong with women following suit? Mary McCormack's U.S. marshal role in the new series "In Plain Sight" (9 p.m. Sunday, USA) isn't much different from the lead characters in "The Closer" and "Saving Grace," which is just fine with us, since the "West Wing" veteran is so appealing as a solitary, wisecracking crimefighter. The premise -- she places people in the witness protection program -- sounds a little flimsy to sustain a long-running series, but I can't imagine ever growing tired of McCormack's wit and intelligence. One gets the sense immediately that she's one heck of a chess player, not to mention a sharpshooter, an irresistible combination.

NEAL JUSTIN