Frankie (Patricia Heaton) is arrested -- handcuffs, trip to the police station and all -- and has no clue why. When she learns the reason is an unreturned library book, she fingers her own prime suspect: Brick (Atticus Shaffer). Sue (Eden Sher) doesn't like the Rev. TimTom's (Paul Hipp) new love interest (Casey Wilson) but isn't sure how to tell him. Axl and Cassidy (Charlie McDermott, Galadriel Stineman) are reunited in "Stormy Moon."
Young & Hungry
When Yolanda (Kym Whitley) tries to steer her visiting son Derek toward a date with Sofia (Aimee Carrero) because Gabi (Emily Osment) is just too much of a mess, Gabi tries to teach Yolanda a lesson about meddling in the love lives of others by staging a complicated hoax. Elsewhere, Josh (Jonathan Sadowski) gets a vivid preview of his future with Caroline (Mallory Jansen) after she temporarily moves in with him in the new episode "Young & Getting Played."
Penn & Teller: Fool Us
The challenge of baffling the comedy-magician duo continues in the new episode "Solid Goldfish," as several more acts vie for the opportunity to join Penn & Teller on stage in Las Vegas. Damien O'Brien, David Masters and Soma are the next contenders, performing in ways meant to confound and amaze all who watch -- including viewers at home. Jonathan Ross is the host.
They may not inspire the same revulsion as rats and roaches -- maybe it's those cute masked faces -- but raccoons are becoming an urban nuisance in their own right. "Raccoon Nation" follows a family of citified raccoons over six months and explores some disturbing trends, including the animals' role in spreading parasites and the possibility that city life is making them even smarter.
Erica (Hayley Orrantia) has a very hard time coming to terms with the end of her romance in "The Age of Darkness," and Murray (Jeff Garlin) does what he can to soothe her broken heart. Barry (Troy Gentile) just can't get enough of an arcade game -- which doesn't make him that much different from many other youths in the 1980s. Sean Giambrone, Wendi McLendon-Covey and George Segal also star.
Jay (Ed O'Neill) wants an evening just for the family in "A Hard Jay's Night," but that proves easier wished than done. Phil (Ty Burrell) runs into major complications while showing Gloria's (Sofia Vergara) old apartment, Claire (Julie Bowen) is irritated over not getting recognition for her extra effort, and others have concerns about the wedding-cake topper Cam's (Eric Stonestreet) father has made. Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Sarah Hyland also star.
Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles
The market is absolutely blazing as a new season opens with "The Lads Take L.A.," which finds Josh Altman landing a listing every agent in town wanted. He does, however, have to contend with British duo David Parnes and James Harris' unwelcome encroachment on his territory. Meanwhile, Josh Flagg lists a mansion in Bel Air Crest for an eccentric woman who seems determined to become his new best friend.
In "More in Heaven and Earth," the first of two new episodes airing back-to-back, Molly (Halle Berry) is certain her baby is in the custody of the agency -- and she intends to determine where. John (Goran Visnjic) is stunned by technological developments impacting Ethan (Pierce Gagnon). Kryger (Brad Beyer) is the captive of Kern (Maury Sterling), who wants to retrieve an incriminating video. JoBeth Williams ("The Big Chill") and Tessa Ferrer guest star.
In the new episode "Nashville Smackdown," the Dancing Dolls travel to Tennessee's country music capital to take on squads from all across the South. The mothers plan to spy on Miss D in the dance studio, while Kayla makes a dubious decision that leads Miss D and the team to question her leadership.
America's Got Talent
Not that the competition wasn't serious before, but it definitely adds more gravity with the latest "Results" show. The last group of quarterfinalists is whittled from 12 to five, completing the group that will move on to this season's semifinals. Mel B, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel and Howard Stern are the judges who weigh in on those who hope to claim the $1 million prize. Nick Cannon is the host.
The science series' two-part look at alien worlds concludes with "Finding Life Beyond Earth: Moons and Beyond?," a survey of regions of the solar system made more accessible by technology and unmanned space missions. Telescopic images and computer graphics enhance this glimpse of other planets that aren't necesarily as barren as might have been thought, with rich and dynamic atmospheres that can support life better than previously believed.
When a high school chemistry teacher who used to be a chemical weapons engineer for the Russian army is kidnapped along with his family, Martin, Crystal and Troy Buchanan (Sean Bean, Ali Larter, Rob Mayes) go under cover to infiltrate the Chechen mob and rescue the victims, while also preventing the production of a deadly new gas. Tina Majorino also stars in the new episode "Chemistry."