Catch him if you can

Eric McCormack is a terrific actor, but he can't quite pull off a 17-year-old German con man in the flashback scenes of "Who Is Clark Rockefeller?" (8 p.m. Saturday, LIFE), a believe-it-or-not true story about a man who claimed to be a member of one of the country's most powerful families. McCormack is much better as a grown-up chameleon, especially when he tries to convince authorities that he's a gay, neat-freak lawyer who has a strange relationship with someone named Grace.

Miller time

Reggie Miller may never have won a championship, but he deserves a ring for the grit and quickness he displays in Dan Klores' "Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. the New York Knicks" (8 p.m. Sunday, ESPN). It's another terrific installment of ESPN's ongoing documentary series "30 for 30."

Over board

I'm not about to incur the wrath of Donald Trump and reveal the first person eliminated in the season premiere of "The Celebrity Apprentice" (8 p.m. Sunday, KARE, Ch. 11), but let me say this: The Donald is smart enough not to get rid of the bigger names anytime soon. That should be good news for fans of Cyndi Lauper and Rod Blagojevich -- and bad news for those of us who don't like rigged reality shows.

Lowering Arizona

Thanks to "Modern Family" and "Community," the standard for a quality sitcom has gone up -- and "Sons of Tucson" (8:30 p.m. Sunday, KMSP, Ch. 9) doesn't come close to reaching the bar. Tyler Labine does a fine Jack Black impression, playing a down-on-his-luck drifter who pretends to be the father of three independent youngsters, but the kids are so annoying and snotty, you end up rooting for the truant officer to sentence them to a year of detention.

NEAL JUSTIN