What to watch on TV Tonight: Monty Python's best flick, Anthony Bourdain, and the season finale of Greek.

MOVIE: MONTY PYTHON'S LIFE OF BRIAN, 9 PM, IFC. The Pythons classic 1979 Biblical spoof. Yup, actually funnier than Holy Grail.

TALK: LATE NIGHT WITH JIMMY FALLON, 12:35 AM, NBC. Strokes lead singer Julian Casablancas performs solo. Also check Usher on Letterman (11:35 PM, CBS), and for insatiable college hoops junkies, ESPN/CBS analyst Jay Bilas on Charlie Rose (11:00 PM, PBS).

COMEDY/DRAMA: GREEK, 10 PM, ABCFAMILY. A guilty pleasure? Perhaps. But after the success of Hot Tub Time Machine this weekend, everybody's checking for Clark Duke now. This is the Season 3 finale; check it out if you're up for a surprisingly well-written college comedy and you just might want to NetFlix what you missed.

COMEDY/DRAMA: NURSE JACKIE, 10 PM, SHOWTIME. Boozing and drugging health care professionals if tween camp isn't your thing. Tonight, Jackie covers for a doctor friend who goes off the deep end.

REALITY: ANTHONY BOURDAIN: NO RESERVATIONS, 10 PM, TRAVEL. Bourdain visits the Central Highlands of Vietnam.