Anisha takes her feud with Gina to a whole new level by pointedly excluding her from the fashion show Anisha is hosting. The house really starts to burn down, though, when Gina shows up at the event uninvited and Anisha sics the authorities on her. On a far calmer note, Brandon and his daughter celebrate her 13th birthday in the new episode "The BAP Police."
PGA Tour Golf
The first of four events in the FedEx Cup playoffs tees off today in Paramus, N.J., where Ridgewood Country Club plays host to The Barclays. A field including Jimmy Walker, Bubba Watson, Matt Kuchar, Dustin Johnson and Jim Furyk will take aim at the 27-hole course that features undulating greens, elevation changes and numerous water hazards. Kuchar won the last time this tournament was played here in 2010. Adam Scott is the defending champion.
The Big Bang Theory
Raj (Kunal Nayyar) has a bounty of romantic options in "The Indecision Amalgamation." Juggling them isn't easy, though, since his efforts to get back in one woman's (guest star Laura Spencer) good graces coincide with another's pitch to get together with him. Penny (Kaley Cuoco) debates whether to take a movie role she turned down earlier, with input from Leonard (Johnny Galecki) and Wil Wheaton (again guest-starring as himself).
The Vampire Diaries
To protect Stefan (Paul Wesley) from Sloan (Caitlin McHugh), Caroline and Enzo (Candice Accola, Michael Malarkey) agree to go to Atlanta to track down a new doppelganger. During the trip, Enzo opens up to Caroline about his past. Elena and Damon (Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder) get bad news about Jeremy's (Steven R. McQueen) behavior at school. Bonnie (Kat Graham) has a disturbing encounter with Luke (Chris Brochu) in "Rescue Me."
Hollywood Game Night
Taraji P. Henson's character met her fate last season on "Person of Interest," but the actress proves she's alive and well as one of the celebrity players in the episode "Clue Boom-Boom Pow!" She joins the title stars of "Franklin & Bash" -- Breckin Meyer and Mark-Paul Gosselaar -- as well as Angela Kinsey, Fred Willard and "The Biggest Loser's" Alison Sweeney as the "civilian" team captains vie for $25,000. Jane Lynch is the host.
The police drama ends its latest summer run as it began, with a two-hour telecast that combines two episodes, "Fragments" and "Everlasting." After a bomb goes off in a parking garage, Duncan (Matthew Owen Murray) tries to prove himself to Andy (Missy Peregrym) and others by tracking down the perpetrator. The pursuit only becomes more complicated, eventually hitting very close to home -- inside 15 Division itself. Gregory Smith and Ben Bass also star.
Exasperated with Klaus' (Joseph Morgan) failure to act, Elijah (Daniel Gillies) takes matters into his own hands to keep control of the Quarter. Francesca (Peta Sergeant), a glamorous woman from a powerful family, offers her support. At a party thrown by the Mikaelsons in hopes of uniting the city's warring factions, Klaus offers Jackson (Nathan Parsons) a deal. A violent brawl has a surprising resolution in "Moon Over Bourbon Street."
Alex and Rush (Larenz Tate, Tom Ellis) are looking forward to a boys' weekend at a medical conference, only to discover that Rush's ex Sarah (Odette Annable) is planning to attend, along with her new boyfriend. Elsewhere, Rush treats a politician who is trying to hide a medical condition during campaign season. Mike Doyle and Steven Culp guest star in the new episode "You Spin Me Around."
Welcome to Sweden
Meet the parents -- and hope for the best, though it might not turn out that way. The new episode "Parents!/Foraldrar" brings Wayne and Nancy (Patrick Duffy, Illeana Douglas) to Sweden to visit Bruce (Greg Poehler), and to have an ultimately unsettling encounter with Emma's (Josephine Bornebusch) folks (Lena Olin, Claes Mansson). The situation may, or may not, be improved by a piece of news that Emma has to share with everyone.
Extreme Guide to Parenting
And you thought you were under pressure! Meet Austen, age 4, who already plays five sports, can write his name and even name all the U.S. presidents. That's not enough for his overachieving mom, Marisa, however, who is determined that her only child is going to be "The Smartest, Most Handsome, Best Kid Ever," as this new episode is titled. Thankfully, Marisa's husband, Jeff, suggests that she face her own fears of inadequacy before pushing the boy any further.
Working the Engels
Are the Engels truly "The Crazy Family"? That's the opinion of neighbor Grace (guest star Kathryn Greenwood) in this new episode, and Ceil (Andrea Martin) becomes determined to prove that designation incorrect. Jenna (Kacey Rohl) goes up against a lawyer (guest star Paul Campbell) who's advocating for the closure of a favorite neighborhood restaurant. Benjamin Arthur and Azura Skye also star.
Holmes and his brother Mycroft (Jonny Lee Miller, guest star Rhys Ifans) try to rescue the kidnapped Watson (Lucy Liu, who also makes her directing debut on the episode) in "Paint It Black." The siblings' strained relationship poses big hurdles as they attempt to retrieve what the abductors want as ransom. Michael Gaston ("The Leftovers") and Tim Guinee ("Revolution") also guest star.