Fresh Off the Boat
Somewhat reluctantly, Louis and Jessica (Randall Park, Constance Wu) agree to volunteer at their children's staff-short schools in "Dribbling Tiger, Bounce Pass Dragon." Eddie (Hudson Yang) marvels at his former-athlete father's prowess as a basketball coach, but Emery and Evan (Forrest Wheeler, Ian Chen) aren't as thrilled about their mother's efforts in overseeing their play.
Pretty Little Liars
Tension among the Liars reaches an all-time high following their latest run-in with Charles in the new episode "FrAmed." Ella (Holly Marie Combs) is determined to keep Aria (Lucy Hale) safe at home, jeopardizing her scheduled art gallery exhibit, and Rosewood High is considering banning the girls from prom due to security issues. Meanwhile, Alison (Sasha Pieterse) is finding it hard to reconcile memories of her brother as a sweet child with his current reputation as a savage murderer.
Gibbs (Mark Harmon) is surprised when a person who never really existed -- an alias devised for him when he worked undercover many years earlier -- "resurfaces," with the fake name attached to a murder victim, in "Blast From the Past." Given Gibbs' link to the situation, his NCIS team picks up the case. Michael Weatherly, David McCallum and Pauley Perrette also star.
Wentworth Miller returns as Captain Cold and brings someone familiar along -- his former "Prison Break" co-star Dominic Purcell, playing fellow villain Heat Wave -- in "Revenge of the Rogues." Primarily planning an art heist, they have an additional mission: to eliminate The Flash (Grant Gustin). Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) becomes a pawn in their scheme, but our hero isn't sure he's up to facing them after the results of the previous Cold front.
Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?
Two people from very different walks of life -- a Green Beret and a lawyer -- put their school skills to the test in the new episode "Christi/Shawn." As always with the adults on the show, they're posed the sorts of questions also used on elementary students ... several of whom just happen to be present in case their help is needed, as the players vie for $1 million. Host Jeff Foxworthy offers frequently amusing observations on the proceedings.
In their quest to distance themselves from the rest of the American League East, the New York Yankees get what they hope is an easy opponent tonight at Globe Life Park in Arlington, where they continue a four-game series with the struggling Texas Rangers. But the Rangers weren't having many problems when these teams last met back in late May, when Adrian Beltre and his mates swept a three-game set from Brian McCann and the Bombers at Yankee Stadium.
America's Got Talent
Now that "I Can Do That" is over -- for this season, anyway (it'll be back) -- Marlon Wayans has time to be this show's latest guest judge in the new episode "Judge Cuts 3." He's given control of the Golden Buzzer, which he can use to send a contestant straight through to the upcoming live rounds at New York's Radio City Music Hall. Mel B, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel and Howard Stern continue as the judging regulars. Nick Cannon is the host.
Today's audiences have gotten a taste of its history via the series "Manhattan," but the nuclear bomb and its roots also are examined in this new documentary, coinciding with the 70th anniversary of the weapon's first explosion. Physicist Derek Muller recalls the tests that ultimately yielded one of the most destructive devices in history, proven for all time by its deployment on Hiroshima. Former Secretary of State George Shultz is among interviewees.
Can history keep from repeating itself for Dre and Bow (Anthony Anderson, Tracee Ellis Ross) on Valentine's Day? Dre is determined to make it so in "Big Night, Big Fight," since he studiously tries to avoid anything that will set off the traditional quarreling he and Bow experience annually on the occasion. Noting her dearth of Valentine cards, Diane (Marsai Martin) gets help from her siblings in learning how to be more welcoming to others.
Extreme Weight Loss
Trying to recapture her love of dancing translates into dismissing food as an emotional crutch by a former UCLA cheerleader in the new episode "Rachel." Though she has loved to dance ever since early childhood, Rachel's disappointments prompted her toward obesity. She has a very notable supporter in her quest here: Grammy winner Ne-Yo, who gives her the chance to choreograph a routine for him. Trainers Chris and Heidi Powell also work with her.
In Alabama, a chemist who apparently can link Reiden Global to the animal uprising becomes the quarry of Jackson, Jamie and Agent Shaffer (James Wolk, Kristen Connolly, guest star Geoff Stults) in the new episode "Blame it on Leo." That title is a play on the movie "Blame It on Rio," and Chloe, Mitch and Abraham (Nora Arnezeder, Billy Burke, Nonso Anozie) happen to go to Rio de Janeiro, where they run afoul of a drug kingpin. Anastasia Griffith also guest stars.
A pregnant woman's murder concerns Liv (Rose McIver) in more ways than one in "Maternity Liv." After going about her typically brainy way of plugging into the victim's memories, Liv experiences what it's like to be an expectant mom, and the adjustment certainly poses its challenges for her. Major (Robert Buckley) is stunned by something he learns. Malcolm Goodwin, David Anders and Rahul Kohli also star.