Off the Wall reminds you to set your clocks ahead an hour Saturday tonight, or risk missing "Mariah Carey: The Adventures of Mimi" (Sunday at noon, Fuse).
YOU MIGHT BE A REDNECK IF . . . you can't wait to watch "True Blue: Ten Years of Blue Collar Comedy" (Saturday at 8, CMT), a new hour tracing the development of the tour that skyrocketed down-home humor. Then it's "Blue Collar Comedy: Ten Years of Funny" (Saturday at 9, CMT), reuniting tour stars Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall and Larry the Cable Guy before a Nashville audience, hosted by "My Name Is Earl's" Jaime Pressly. More yokel yuks at cmt.com.
TRANS-FORMING TALE Gender reassignment ignites a public controversy in the two-hour documentary "Her Name Was Steven" (Saturday and Sunday from 8 to 10, CNN). Interviews, archive footage and video diaries explore the family and career crises faced by Florida city manager Steven Stanton when the public learns he's preparing to become Susan. More at cnn.com/presents.
DRAMA/COMEDY DEBUTS "JAG" star David James Elliott has a recurring role on "The Guard" (Saturday at 9 and 10, ion), a marine rescue action series made in Canada. Scene-stealer Tyler Labine ("Reaper"/ "Invasion") stars as makeshift dad to three boys in "Sons of Tucson" (tomorrow at 9:30 p.m., Fox/5). Timothy Olyphant of "Deadwood" slings a modern gun in "Justified" (Tuesday at 10 p.m., FX), as a wry federal agent shipped back to his Kentucky hometown to face old nemesis Walton Goggins ("The Shield"). Zombies, vampires and other oddities do group therapy in the animated horrorcom "Ugly Americans" (Wednesday at 10:30 p.m., Comedy Central). Video at comedycentral.com/ugly.
UNSCRIPTED PREMIERES Local teens from Floral Park Memorial and H. Frank Carey high schools tackle international issues in "Model UN" (Sunday at 8 p.m., MSG Varsity), a United Nations conference simulation. And you know Long Islanders have to be contenders as "America's Worst Driver" (Sunday at 10 p.m., Travel) crosses the country to locate the least- skilled motorist. "Hoarding: Buried Alive" (Sunday at 10 p.m., TLC) promises to dig deeper than its accumulation competitors. "The Antonio Treatment" (Sunday at 10 and 11 p.m., HGTV) is hosted by last year's "Design Star" winner, Antonio Ballatore, who, in the second hour, transforms Mario Lopez's home gym. "Pretty Wild" (Sunday at 10:30 p.m., E!) chronicles the lives of three hot Hollywood sisters. "Jessica Simpson's The Price of Beauty" (Monday at 10 p.m., VH1) checks out massages in Bangkok. Interventions are the idea in "Addicted" (Wednesday at 10 p.m., TLC). "Selling New York" (Thursday at 9 p.m., HGTV) focuses on Manhattan luxury properties.
ROCK ON Genesis, ABBA, The Stooges, the Hollies and Jimmy Cliff are the focus of this year's "Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductions" (Monday at 8:30 p.m., fuse), televised live from the Waldorf Astoria. "Afghan Star" (Thursday 9-10:30 p.m., HBO) spotlights the war-torn country's "Idol"- style TV singing competition and the controversy it engenders. Jimmy Buffett performs with the Zac Brown Band in the latest "Crossroads" (next Friday at 10 p.m., CMT). More on rock hall inductions at fuse.tv/rockhall.