Mary (Adelaide Kane) tries to balance her personal desires and the good of the nation in deciding whom to marry, but she wasn't counting on Francis (Toby Regbo) returning to court with Lola (Anna Popplewell) at his side. The arrival of Mary's mother (Amy Brenneman), who has her own agenda for her daughter, complicates things further. Torrance Coombs also stars in the new episode "The Consummation."
Kristina (Monica Potter) goes in for a checkup and embarks on a new adventure. Julia and Drew (Erika Christensen, Miles Heizer) struggle to move on from their pasts. Carl (Josh Stamberg) makes Sarah (Lauren Graham) a tempting offer, but she turns it down. Hank (Ray Romano) admits he's still carrying a torch for an old flame in the new episode "The Enchanting Mr. Knight."
"Scrubs" meets "Rescue Me" in this new sitcom co-executive produced by Denis Leary. Michael Mosley, Kevin Daniels and Kevin Bigley star as Johnny, Hank and Brian, Chicago emergency medical technicians who have their acts together on the job but not so much in their personal lives. Jessica McNamee also stars.
The PGA Tour's Florida swing is in full, well, swing as it touches down near Miami for the WGC-Cadillac Championship. A field including Adam Scott, Phil Mickelson, Jim Furyk, Jason Day, Keegan Bradley and Hunter Mahan will tee it up on Trump National Doral's Blue Monster Course, which should seem even more monstrous to golfers since a recent redesign lengthened it from 7,334 to 7,450 yards. Tiger Woods won this tournament a year ago by two strokes over Steve Stricker.
Stefan, Caroline and Matt (Paul Wesley, Candice Accola, Zach Roerig) hatch a desperate plan to save Elena (Nina Dobrev) as Nadia (Olga Fonda) looks back on her long search for her mother. Bonnie and Jeremy (Kat Graham, Steven R. McQueen) seek Liv's (Penelope Mitchell) help again. Later, Bonnie learns a secret that threatens all her friends' lives. Caroline and Tyler (Michael Trevino) reach a new understanding in the new episode "Gone Girl."
Isn't social networking supposed to bring people closer together? When two designers beta-test a new networking app at Greendale, a battle for the top ranking breaks out. Jeff and Shirley (Joel McHale, Yvette Nicole Brown) are in the thick of it, while Britta (Gillian Jacobs) wants nothing to do with the concept, and Hickey (Jonathan Banks) decides to go underground until it blows over. Danny Pudi also stars in the new episode "App Development and Condiments."
A rematch of the 2013 NBA Finals is in the offing tonight in San Antonio, where Tony Parker and the Spurs hope to exact a measure of revenge against LeBron James and the Miami Heat. It certainly didn't work out that way the last time the Spurs met the defending champs in late January, when Chris Bosh scored 24 points and James added another 18 in the Heat's 113-101 home victory. In the late game, it's a battle of Los Angeles as the Lakers "host" the Clippers.
Leslie's (Amy Poehler) attempt to get the wall between Pawnee and Eagleton taken down has unexpected results. Tom and Ben (Aziz Ansari, Adam Scott) try to secure some corporate sponsorship for the department's benefit concert. Ron (Nick Offerman) finds a new workplace hobby in the new episode "The Wall."
Mixing business with pleasure gets Harvey (Gabriel Macht) caught between Jessica and Scottie (Gina Torres, Abigail Spencer) in this new episode. Mike (Patrick J. Adams) uses a case to exorcise some old demons and finds himself reliving painful times. Louis' (Rick Hoffman) suspicions threaten to blow Mike's cover. Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps guest stars in "Buried Secrets."
It's that time again: time to dissolve the teams and let the contestants compete as individuals. After a live-action video racing game, the Nerd-Off forces two friends to do battle with each other. Curtis Armstrong and Robert Carradine host the new episode "Angry Nerds."