Cat Cora is among the featured chefs in the new episode "Kena Peay," serving as one of the professionals challenged by an amateur cook who is single and unemployed. If her culinary creations are deemed the best against those of five pros including Cora, she'll walk away with $100,000. Adam Richman is the series host.
As a new mom, Divya (Reshma Shetty) finds herself bonding with a patient who is having a hard time getting pregnant in the new episode "I Did Not See That Coming." Divya also frets about Jeremiah's (Ben Shenkman) relationship with Viviana (guest star Martha Higareda), while Hank (Mark Feuerstein) rekindles an old flame when a woman (guest star Gillian Alexy) he met in Europe arrives in the Hamptons. Paige (Brooke D'Orsay) asks her therapist, Bob (guest star Patrick Breen), to help her solve some issues with her partner, Russell (guest star Stephen Spinella).
Hoping to make it onto the Hot List in The Pittsburgh Reader, Steve (Steve Byrne) decides to have an open-mic night at the bar. Meanwhile, Susan (Vivian Bang) discovers she has an unexpected but formidable new talent, at least when it comes to making fun of Ok Cha (Jodi Long). When the first of these special nights threatens to go off the rails, however, it takes Owen and Carol's (Owen Benjamin, Christine Ebersole) decidedly inappropriate act to save the day in the new episode 'Open Mic Night."
This profile of an American icon is shorter than most Ken Burns projects, but not for lack of material. The two-part documentary, ending next week, explores the legend born Samuel Langhorne Clemens -- the writer whom many consider the greatest American author, and the man whose life was beset by personal and financial losses. Interviewees include comic and activist Dick Gregory, author William Styron and veteran Twain portrayer Hal Holbrook.
Green Bay Packers and "Dancing With the Stars" veteran Donald Driver helps a Milwaukee woman prepare to face part of her past, literally, in the new episode "Cassie." The woman in question gave her son up for adoption almost 20 years ago, and she wants to get fit before meeting him. The process also prompts her to take a closer look at her relationship with her husband as she approaches a milestone birthday.
In Paris on a special assignment to bring home an admiral's daughter, DiNozzo (Michael Weatherly) stumbles upon a controversial crime scene. He calls on his NCIS colleagues to help him however they can from across the miles. Mark Harmon, David McCallum, Pauley Perrette and Emily Wickersham also star in "The Admiral's Daughter."
Hanna's (Ashley Benson) insecurities kick into overdrive when Alison (Sasha Pieterse) moves into the Marin house while her dad is out of town. Forced to share living quarters with the person she is most trying to avoid, Hanna winds up in an unpleasant situation after turning to alcohol for relief in the new episode "Scream for Me." Elsewhere, maid of honor Aria (Lucy Hale) shirks her nuptial responsibilities when Ella (Holly Marie Combs) returns to plan her wedding, while Spencer and Emily (Troian Bellisario, Shay Mitchell) flirt with danger as they delve into the mystery of the dead girl in Alison's grave.
A former Communist leader from Romania, suspected of war crimes, surfaces in Los Angeles, where he's been living under an assumed identity for more than 20 years. Callen (Chris O'Donnell) scramble to pinpoint his location before he disappears again in "Iron Curtain Rising." LL Cool J and Linda Hunt also star.
The worsening prognosis of a friend and fellow support group member prompts April (Italia Ricci) to reflect on her own mortality in the new episode "Death Becomes Her." Consequently, she blows off an unpleasant assignment in favor of playing hooky with Beth (Aisha Dee) and some other friends, and learns something very endearing about Leo (Scott Michael Foster). Meanwhile, a school trip to Miami gives Brenna (Haley Ramm) a chance to meet Natalie (Jessica Meraz). Gracie Dzienny co-stars.
The public gets to weigh in as the competition's quarterfinals begin, with 12 of the top 48 contenders showing their stuff on one of the world's most famous stages -- at New York's Radio City Music Hall. The results will be announced in Wednesday's telecast, with five of these acts moving on to the semifinals. Mel B, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel and Howard Stern are the celebrity judges. Nick Cannon is the host.
In the new episode "Kansas City: Crossroads vs. West Bottoms," Jeff and Sara from rival neighborhoods lead their teams in a grilled pork competition, where their food will be gauged on taste, presentation and how well their fare represents the specific character of their neighborhood. Which ever team wows host and chief judge G. Garvin the most will earn bragging rights and a $10,000 prize.
When Sara (Caity Lotz) joins the Arrow team, Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) feels left out watching her interact with Oliver and Diggle (Stephen Amell, David Ramsey). She has a chance to prove herself when a high-tech villain known as the Clock King (Robert Knepper) infiltrates the computer system in the lair, Ultimately, Felicity's efforts put her life in jeopardy in "Time of Death."
Maura's (Sasha Alexander) carefully organized strategy to get pal Jane (Angie Harmon) prepped and ready to meet a new man gets put on hold when the murder of a rare books seller brings the pain into the world of Keltic writings and coded confessions in the new episode "Boston Keltic." Meanwhile, the relationship between Angela and Cavanaugh (Lorraine Bracco, Brian Goodman) shifts gears.
This new docu-series follows YouTube sensation Asia Monet Ray ("Dance Moms"), who came in third on the first season of "Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition," and her mother, Kristie, as they try to take the 8-year-old starlet's career to the next level. The show also features Asia's bodybuilder dad, Shawn, and younger sister, Bella Blu.
The third season of famous people temporarily trading households -- and spouses -- concludes with football's Plaxico Burress and rapper DJ Paul doing the swapping. Given the two men's vastly different professional pursuits, one can expect their home lives to differ considerably, too. Of course, that's just what the makers of this show love, as they observe and show how each participant adjusts ... or doesn't.
Barry (Adam Rayner) talks Jamal (Ashraf Barhom) into meeting with exiled opposition leader Sheik Rashid, but when the session takes an unexpected turn for the worse, Jamal has no choice but to make a difficult decision that will have a permanent impact on the lives of his family and his country in the new episode "What the World Needs Now." Glenn Gordon Caron ("Medium") wrote the teleplay; Jennifer Finnigan also stars.
The new episode "Hamburger Paradise 3" takes viewers on a wide-ranging quest for some of the best, most outside-the-box burgers in the United States, starting with an Asian-infused beef, duck and pork dork in Seattle. Next, it's off to Chicago to sample a spicy beef patty between two mac-and-cheese buns, followed by a succulent short rib burger topped with an egg and bacon at an eatery in Philadelphia.
The current situation in Iraq, and America's role in it, is considered in the new episode "Losing Iraq." The program explains present events there by tracing the country's history since the U.S. invasion in 2003. Government officials and military leaders weigh in with their observations -- not only on what already has happened, but also on what may be yet to come.
The Machine gives Reese (Jim Caviezel) the number of a Navy officer, but here's the catch: It's Fleet Week, and the streets of New York are teeming with sailors, so this person won't be easy to find. Demoted to patrol officer, Carter (Taraji P. Henson) is determined to bring down the corrupt police crime organization that set her up. Root (Amy Acker) tests the boundaries of her new surroundings in "Liberty."
On an undercover mission, Annie (Piper Perabo) knows she must keep her guard up after she accepts an invitation to the Russian Embassy in Paris. Augie (Christopher Gorham), meanwhile, tries to juggle multiple relationships, and Joan (Kari Matchett) digs into the details of Arthur's (Peter Gallagher) most recent business trip. Nic Bishop and Hill Harper also star in the new episode "Embassy Row."
After Pierce (Eric McCormack) witnesses an art gallery owner suffer a fatal seizure that apparently was caused by a video installation, he persuades Moretti (Rachael Leigh Cook) that the man's death may have been a homicide. Their subsequent search for the killer lands them in the middle of a brazen art heist, and Pierce is compelled to re-examine his hallucinatory relationship with Natalie (Kelly Rowan). Francesca Eastwood guest stars in the new episode "Bolero."