Apparently, he will be one of Barbara's "Most Fascinating People" of the Year or something. The show is on tonight at 10pm on WABC.
Don't really know much about the show, but this is from examiner.com:
Football star, Brett Farve rounds out the lists of nine known subjects on tonight's special. The 40-year old Mississippi native gained fame on the field as a member of the Atlanta Falcons back in 1991, but it was in 92 when he joined the Green Bay Packers that he really took off. While with the Packers, Farve secured his place in sports history as the only player to ever win the AP MVP three consecutive years. He also lead the Packers to seven division championships, two winning NFC Championship Games and two Super Bowl appearances, winning one of those. Farve was traded to the New York Jets in 2008, but after only a single season, and a minor injury, Farve announced his retirement from football. Retirement didn't last long and Farve signed on with the Minnesota Vikings in August of this year. Just two months later, Farve achieved another career landmark by becoming the first quarterback in NFL history to defeat all 32 of the league's franchises during his career.
I myself could care less about the guy, but I figure we can't erase the fact that he was a Jet for one year, and maybe some of you guys are still interested.