"Big Tiny World" (5:30 p.m., WGN-Channel 9): Nancy Loo tours Qingdao, China, the home of Tsing Tao beer. Fun fact: Loo got the nickname "Big Tiny" from a Fox cameraman years ago.
"Swamp People" marathon (7 p.m., History): It's the second season of Cajuns hunting gators. It'll be interesting to see what they name their prey; last season they already used Godzilla, Loch Ness Monster, Houdini and Big Head.
"Hellcats" (8 p.m., WGN-Channel 9): Watch the cheer drama while you can; it's been canceled. Hey, wait, don't panic - I have a feeling we'll have many, many more opportunities to see Aly Michalka's midsection.
"Mike Douglas - Moments and Memories" (8 p.m., WTTW-Channel 11): Everyone from Bob Newhart to Yoko Ono has something to say, and there are clips of Tiger Woods, John Lennon and Marlon Brando.
"40 Funniest Fails" (1:30 p.m., VH1): Join Ralphy the orthondotically challenged sock puppet in laughing at others. Hey, it's a holiday -- give your brain the weekend off, too. Spoiler: A Ryan Seacrest high five is left hanging.
"National Memorial Day Concert 2011" (7 p.m., WTTW-Channel 11): Gary Sinise and Joe Mantegna host, with performances by Yolanda Adams, B.B. King, Pia Toscano, Kris Allen, and the National Symphony Orchestra.
"My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding" (8 p.m., TLC): Cameras shine a light on England's tightly knit Irish Traveller and Roma communities and their celebrations, which can last for days. If you like it, you can expect an American version of the series next year. Fun fact: There's an estimated 1 million gypsies and travelers living in the United States, mostly dispersed through the south.