While waiting to learn whether she has been accepted to any of the colleges she applied to, Sue (Eden Sher) tries to clear her head by making Sue-venir potpourri sachets for her classmates in "The Waiting Game." Seeking some solitude to write a novel, Brick (Atticus Shaffer) kicks Axl (Charlie McDermott) out of the bedroom. Mike (Neil Flynn) refuses to admit he was rocking out in his car, even after his entire family catches him in the act. Patricia Heaton also stars.
Melissa & Joey
Mel (Melissa Joan Hart) decides to adopt a Healthy Diet platform for her senate campaign, but after a voter catches her scarfing down a Piggy Burger, he tweets a photo and calls her out for her hypocrisy. Before you can say "viral," the two of them are engaged in full-fledged Twitter war in the new episode "Be the Bigger Person." Meanwhile, Lennox (Taylor Spreitler) begins to have second thoughts after inviting Zander (Sterling Knight) to move in with her. Brian Baumgartner guest stars.
Where's Oliver (Stephen Amell)? No one knows after his clash with Ra's al Ghul (Matt Nable), leaving Diggle and Arsenal (David Ramsey, Colton Haynes) to try to keep the city safe in "Left Behind." Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) struggles to keep faith that Oliver will return, while Thea (Willa Holland) is more proactive about determining what happened to him. Ray and Laurel (Brandon Routh, Katie Cassidy) advance with their new identities.
Even if you're a Very Important Person, you still have an appetite -- and the remaining 10 contestants get family-style meals ready for such individuals in the new episode "Family Reunion." There's good reason for the food being of that nature, as the chefs discover when they learn who the diners are. The losing team gets a very specific mission: to prepare dishes that include gnocchi in brown sage butter sauce. Gordon Ramsay is the host and a judge.
America's Got Talent
In a rare break from the ongoing competition, the series celebrates its 10th anniversary in this new two-hour edition. Expectedly, segments include performances by past winners and runners-up of note -- including ventriloquist Terry Fator and singer Jackie Evancho -- and appearances by some of the show's former judges, Piers Morgan among them. Current cast members Mel B, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel and Howard Stern also comment, as does host Nick Cannon.
Life on the Reef
"Episode Two" of the new documentary miniseries about Australia's Great Barrier Reef and its denizens, both human and marine, observes the region's dramatic increase in population as the wet season nears. Not only do sea birds and turtles spawn offspring, so do the corals of the reef. The growth spurt faces environmental challenges soon after it occurs, since torrential weather affects the ecosystem that recently and suddenly has become much larger.
After he brings some of his father's homemade beer to Adam's (Sean Giambrone) birthday party -- and makes everyone ill with it -- a youngster (guest star Nathan Gamble) becomes the scourge of the neighborhood's parents in "I Drank the Mold." Murray (Jeff Garlin) strikes an unusual deal with Barry and Erica (Troy Gentile, Hayley Orrantia), who want a new CD player for the house ... and the result makes him aware of Erica's singing talent.
In Las Vegas for the wedding of Bonnie and Brad (Melissa Peterman, Peter Porte), Riley and Danny (Chelsea Kane, Derek Theler), their maid of honor and best man respectively, try to put together the traditional bachelorette and stag parties in the new episode "What Happens in Vegas." During the course of things, Danny finally admits to Ben (Jean-Luc Bilodeau) how he really feels about Riley. Tahj Mowry also stars; Dan Castellaneta ("The Simpsons") guest stars.
Martin's bachelor party celebration at a hunting cabin takes an unexpectedly explosive turn when the guys uncover a hidden stash of antique black powder weapons in a new episode called "Black Powder Blowout." Elsewhere, Kay's dream of owning a petting zoo comes true with a little help from Willie.
The arrival of "Spring Break" sends Claire (Julie Bowen) into a cleaning frenzy, while Phil (Ty Burrell) realizes he's no longer a spring chicken when son Luke (Nolan Gould) starts beating him at everything. Haley (Sarah Hyland) takes college-obsessed Alex (Ariel Winter) to a music festival. Gloria and Jay (Sofia Vergara, Ed O'Neill) challenge each other to give up their chief vices: Spanish soap operas and cigars, respectively. Jesse Tyler Ferguson also stars.
It's said nothing is stronger than the bond between a parent and a child ... and that evidently holds up even if the child is an android, per the new episode "The New Frontier." When Molly (Halle Berry) learns Ethan (Pierce Gagnon) is still alive, she's willing to move heaven and earth -- and assorted opponents -- to retrieve him. Richter (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) develops doubts about Julie (Grace Gummer). Hilarie Burton and Tyler Hilton guest star.
The ranch devastation prompts Sam, Dean and Castiel (Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins) to work all the harder to eradicate the Mark of Cain in "The Hunter Games." Castiel's suggestion leaves Sam demonstrably unimpressed. Dean is targeted by Claire (guest star Kathryn Love Newton) for his role in a tragedy that impacted her. The story was directed by veteran filmmaker John Badham ("Saturday Night Fever," "WarGames").