Ironweed Film Club: This regular series of socially conscious documentaries continues with All That I Can Be, a student film about joining the Army in exchange for a college education. The main feature is The War Tapes, the winner for best documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York. In the film, three National Guardsmen document their day-to-day lives in Iraq in riveting detail. 8 p.m., Studio@620, 620 First Ave. S, St. Petersburg. $5.
Mae: The Virginia indie rockers have gone big time, releasing an album, Singularity, next Tuesday. The band has been leaking the first single, Sometimes I Can't Make It Alone, on webisodes on its Web site. 7 p.m., Orpheum, 1902 N Republica De Cuba, Ybor City. $15. (813) 248-9500.
Rich Guzzi Psycho Hyphnosis: A comic who gets inside your head? 8 p.m., Improv, 1600 E Eighth Ave., Ybor City. $10-$16. (813) 864-4000.
Hotel Babylon, 9 p.m., BBC America: This flashy British drama series plops viewers into the hedonistic world of a fictional London hotel, where guests can live out their fantasies amid five-star luxury. You may want to hang out the "Do not disturb" sign while watching.
i-Caught, 10 p.m., WFTS-Ch. 28: Think of it as a newsmagazine for the YouTube generation. The program, which begins a six-week run tonight, will rely mainly on user-generated video captured by regular folks via cell phones, Web cams and the like. Bob Weir anchors.
The Real World, 10 p.m., MTV: The iconic reality series heads Down Under this season and sets up house in Sydney, Australia. Expect the usual personal drama, and in a first for the series, one cast member is given an ultimatum by his-her significant other: Come home or the relationship is over.