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  • 2:30 PM, GOLF

    The second tournament of the four-event FedExCup Playoffs tees off today at the TPC Boston in Norton, Mass., where the PGA Tour's top 100-ranked players vie in the Deutsche Bank Championship. Players expected to do battle on the Gil Hanse-redesigned 7,241-yard, par-72 course include Jimmy Walker, Bubba Watson, Rory McIlroy, Matt Kuchar and Dustin Johnson. Eventual Cup champion Henrik Stenson won this tourney a year ago by two strokes over Steve Stricker.

  • 9:00 PM, FOX

    You're attending a funeral, and suddenly, the person being mourned ... walks in. That doesn't happen too often, but it does in "The Turn in the Urn," prompting Brennan and Booth (Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz) to wonder just whose remains have been cremated. The case only gets stickier when they determine the ashes are those of three different people. Finn (guest star Luke Kleintank) experiences professional joy and personal upset at the same time.

  • 9:00 PM, PBS

    A legendary photographer is recalled in the new profile "Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning," clearly a labor of love for her granddaughter, Emmy winner Dyanna Taylor -- the program's producer, director, writer and narrator. Lange captured images of American history at its most tumultuous, her shot known as "Migrant Mother" an enduring symbol of the Depression. World War Ii internment camps and the Dust Bowl were among her other subjects.

  • 8:00 PM, CBS

    Russell (Ted Danson) is at the heart of a case more than ever in "The Fallen," as he becomes a hostage of a teen who unleashes gunfire inside a police station. As his CSI comrades do what they can to ensure his safety from outside, Russell puts all of his experience to use in trying to reason with the young perpetrator (guest star Brendan Meyer) and help a wounded victim (guest star Matt Shively). Elisabeth Shue, George Eads and Paul Guilfoyle also star.

  • 8:00 PM, FXEAST

    Writer-director James Cameron's Oscar-winning, visually dazzling and ecologically responsible saga uses extensive "motion-capture" animation as a paraplegic Marine (Sam Worthington) is brought to a planet called Pandora. His scientifically engineered alter ego, or "avatar," is enlisted to help mine the planet for resources needed on Earth, but his goal changes as he empathizes ever more deeply with the land's native people, the Na'vi.

  • 8:00 PM, CW

    Series host Dean Cain used to play the Man of Steel, so it's undoubtedly a kick for him to preside over the new episode "Walk Through Steel." That stunt is certain to be a challenge for anyone who performs it here, but it's probably something that's been done before -- and many times, at that. The featured illusionists are Jarrett & Raja, Murray SawChuck, Tom Burgoon, Rick Thomas, Michael Giles, Michael Turco and David & Dania.

  • 8:00 PM, TCM

    Joseph Cotten and Jennifer Jones star in this 1948 fantasy adapted from a novella by Robert Nathan, about a 1930s-era New York artist (Cotten) who meets and becomes fascinated by a strange young beauty (Jones) who, he comes to realize, seems to live in a different time stream than he does. The film didn't do very well on its initial release, yet now is regarded as a classic of its genre. Joseph H. August won a posthumous Oscar for his haunting cinematography.

  • 8:00 PM, ABC

    Bud (guest star Robert Forster) becomes a crime victim in "Parenting Bud," mugged while taking items out of his truck. Mike (Tim Allen) then tries to advise his dad on handling such a dilemma should it ever occur again. Vanessa (Nancy Travis) decides to talk with her daughters (Molly Ephraim, Kaitlyn Dever, Amanda Fuller) about dealing with her and Mike as they all get older.

  • 9:00 PM, TRAVEL

    Don travels to Michigan to explore a mansion that was built on the foundation of a very sweet swindle, then moves on to Colorado to investigate an incident in which the town of Granby was menaced by a mechanical monster. Finally, in New York's Central Park, he gets to the roots of a violent uprising that left this bucolic setting changed forever in the new episode "The House That Sugar Built, Kill Dozer, and Rocking Chair Riots."

  • 9:00 PM, CBS

    When a pool cleaner is murdered, Five-0's investigation leads to the discovery of a group of radicalized students who may be planning a terrorist attack on U.S. soil. Alex O'Loughlin, Scott Caan, Daniel Dae Kim and Michelle Borth star in "Pe'epe'e Kanaka" -- Hawaiian for "those among us." Guest stars include Sasha Pieterse ("Pretty Little Liars") and "All My Children" alum Eden Riegel.

  • 9:00 PM, DSC

    In a new episode called "Gold Luck: Nome, Alaska" the harsh reality of the brutal winter season and all that it entails for their work begins to set in for the crews, and both tempers and egos begin to flare, putting a major strain on long-standing relationships.

  • 10:00 PM, DSC

    Danny and Ken find themselves going full out as they race againsat rival repo men to land the biggest yacht heist of their careers in the new episode "Low Tide." Mike unwittingly finds himself sucked into a very high-stakes game of chicken between a Lamborghini and a $6 million Lear jet. Kevin reconnects with an old friend, Gary Cobb, and tries to steal an aircraft from the Redneck Riviera.

  • 11:00 PM, SYFY

    The goddesses may have found the lost Frigg, now in the form of a goth singing butcher named Eva (Brooke Williams), but Michelle, Ingrid and Stacey (Michelle Langstone, Rachel Nash, Eve Gordon) decide to keep their discovery a secret from Agnetha (Alison Bruce) in the new episode "I Can Give You Frigg." Elsewhere, the sudden recovery of Rob, Val's (Roz Turnbull) previously comatose ex-fiance, puts a strain on her marriage to Mike (Tim Balme).

(Times are ET/PT unless otherwise noted)