NICK NEWS SPECIAL:

LOOK BEFORE YOU EAT

Sunday at 8:30 p.m. on Nickelodeon

This half-hour special addresses the issue of childhood obesity. Host Linda Ellerbee and famed chef Emeril Lagasse speak with youngsters about their eating habits and discuss the kids' relationship with food.

Lagasse offers recipes and healthy snack ideas that can serve as alternatives to junk food.

CELEBRITY HOT 100 OF FORbES

Sunday at 10 p.m. on A&E

Each year, Forbes magazine applies its own criteria -- earning power, media exposure, general buzz, and other factors -- to come up with the list of the 100 top Hollywood celebrities.

This year's one-hour program features stars such as "Friends" alumna Jennifer Aniston.

the division

Monday at 8 p.m. on Lifetime

The two-hour season finale, titled "Zero Tolerance," finds the investigators fighting to resolve a hostage situation that has occurred at a local high school.

There also are vows to be exchanged between Jinny and Hank.

Nancy McKeon, Bonnie Bedelia, Lisa Vidal and Jon Hamm star.

CELIBACY

Monday at 10 p.m. on HBO

Is there a link between enforced abstinence and the current crisis in the Catholic Church?

This "America Undercover" presentation from documentarian Antony Thomas looks for answers to that question by interviewing neuroscientists, psychologists, a Vatican spokesperson, current priests, former clergy and others.

Filmed in 10 countries, viewers are taken inside convents in Tibet, Romania and other locations to see firsthand how members of major eastern religions overcome sexual desires and live lives of celibacy -- and how others have failed.

QUEER EYE FOR THE STRAIGHT GUY

Tuesday at 10 p.m. on Bravo

The Fab Five lend their expertise to a man who is fashionably challenged -- there's nothing new about that.

However, for the first time the "straight" guy is a gay guy. In contrast to the show's stars, makeover recipient Wayne H. has no knowledge of fashion, design, culture, food or grooming, proving that style -- or the lack of it -- is not based on sexual orientation.

girls VS. BOYS: hawaii

Friday at 8:30 p.m. on Noggin

This reality game show follows six teenagers and two twentysomething counselors -- that's four guys and four girls -- as they live in a beach house in Hawaii and compete against one other in a battle of the sexes.

The Trail to Hope Rose

Saturday at 9 p.m. on Hallmark

A former armed robber now determined to abide by the law is featured in this original movie. He forms an alliance with an abused woman and together the pair find how few locals stand on the right side of the law.

Set in an 1850s mining town, the film features Lou Diamond Phillips, Lee Majors, Ernest Borgnine and Marina Black.

BET Awards Wins Viewers

Janet Jackson, whose infamous Super Bowl performance helped bring about a national debate on decency, is among those scheduled to perform at the fourth annual BET Awards, airing Tuesday at 8 p.m.

A red-carpet preshow, hosted by BET personalities AJ and Free, begins at 6 p.m.

The awards ceremony, hosted again by Mo'Nique, attracted 5.5 million viewers last year and was the most-watched show in BET history, according to the network.

Nielsen Media Research shows the program, which honors some of the best in music, acting and athletics, is the most popular music awards show among blacks -- even more so than the Grammy or American Music awards, which are usually aired on broadcast networks.

Usher and OutKast are among this year's performers for the three-hour ceremony.

The nominees include Beyonce, Alicia Keys, Ruben Studdard, Luther Vandross, Kanye West, Denzel Washington, Laila Ali, the Williams sisters and many more.

Danny Glover will be recognized for his humanitarian efforts.

-- Tracy L. Scott