Tonight... The O'Reilly Factor is on!

It has been very popular in many U.S. households... But now the "Do Not Call" rule has been blocked by a court order. Will a federal judge's decision be overuled? We'll have the latest for you.

Then, who won the debate last night in California? Was it Arnold Schwarzenegger (search)? Was it Arianna Huffington (search)? Cruz Bustamante (search)? None of the above? We'll have analysis.

Plus, still more controversy surrounding actor/director Mel Gibson's new film The Passion. Will there be a nasty confrontation between Christians and Jews over the forthcoming movie about Jesus? We'll debate that question.

Also, we've been telling you about a terrible hazing incident that alleged happened to some students on the football team at Mepham High School (search) on Long Island. Now, Wesley Berger a former student at Mepham tells O'Reilly he suffered something similar when he was a student and athlete at the school. Why does he believe some coaches and students are refusing to cooperate in an investigation of the incident?

And later, some are calling it "Friends on Viagra" but is NBC's new show Coupling really just a way for the network to peddle smut? We'll talk with New York Post television critic Linda Stasi and Tim Winter from the Parents Television Council (search).

Finally, don't forget our world-famous Talking Points Memo and The Most Ridiculous Item of the Day!

See you tonight in the No Spin Zone at at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET!

--All topics and guests subject to change.