A look at some noteworthy television this week:
Hell's Kitchen (Monday, 9:00 p.m., WNYW 5) Gordon Ramsay makes his choice in the season finale.
The World According to Google (Monday, 10:00 p.m., WNET 13) A Dutch documentary about the Google empire and the social and ethical practices of the company.
Weeds (Monday, 10:00 p.m., Showtime) The third season starts with the looming problem of a new mega church in the neighborhood.
Californication (Monday, 10:30 p.m., Showtime) David Duchovny returns to episodic television with this new series. He plays an author who had is novel adapted into a schmaltzy chick flick and is raising a kid alone in Los Angeles while womanizing and experimenting with drugs.
Wide Angle: Gaza E. R. (Tuesday, 8:00 p.m., WNET 13) A look at the Palestinian factional fighting through the prism of a Gaza hospital.
Mythbusters (Wednesday, 9:00 p.m., Discovery) This week the Mythbusters look into things suggested by viewers, so expect a higher level of wackiness to ensue.
Live From Lincoln Center: Mozart Dances (Thursday, 8:00 p.m. WNET 13) Mark Morris Dance Group has created an evening of dance around two Mozart piano concertos as part of Lincoln Center's Mostly Mozart Festival.
Reel New York Film Festival (Thursday, 10:00, WNET 13) After taking a break for a pledge week, channel thirteen's local filmmaker showcase is back with six films:
Julia Kot's Naturalized is the story of a Russian immigrant who wants to make a change and his family.
Ray Kosarin's Uncle is an animated short about a roving band of Uncle Sams running amok.
Miao Wang's Yellow Ox Mountain is a look at contemporary Chinese art through the journey of two artists from China to New York.
Tara Milutis' News Girl takes a look at Kadidja, an immigrant woman from Chad, who sells newspapers on a midtown corner.
Heather Tenzer's Mensch is the story of a 23 year old Hasidic woman trying to find her soul mate.
Jane Nisselson's Electromagnetic Spectrum is a look at the electromagnetic spectrum through ping pong.
High School Musical 2 (Friday, 8:00 p.m., Disney Channel) The Mickey Mouse hype machine was working overtime to promote the sequel to its popular High School Musical which finally debuts.
Masters of Science Fiction (Saturday, 10:00 p.m., WABC 7) Disposable human-like beings do the dirty work in the future, but they may be more human than people think.