The town of Orson celebrates its 100th birthday -- aka Orsontennial -- in the series' 100th episode. As Frankie and Mike (Patricia Heaton, Neil Flynn) try to maneuver a giant cow float in the parade, Axl, Sean and Darrin (Charlie McDermott, Beau Wirick, John Gammon) revive Boss Co. and try to sell spots in a VIP area. Brick (Atticus Shaffer) enters a contest to choose a new motto for the town. Eden Sher also stars in "The 100th."
Young & Hungry
Well, this is awkward. Josh (Jonathan Sadowski) is impressed with computer wizard Cooper Finley (guest star Jesse McCartney) and wants to hire him, but an unfortunate incident involving Gabi (Emily Osment) prompts Josh to punch Cooper instead. Guilt-stricken, Gabi tries to patch things up between the guys, but winds up striking some unexpected sparks with the cute tech geek instead. Elsewhere, Elliot and Yolanda (Rex Lee, Kim Whitley) vie to be the first to try out a ritzy new bathtub Josh just installed.
Penn & Teller: Fool Us
With the series "Masters of Illusion" about to debut, The CW offers a warm-up with this series premiere, in which the comedic-magician duo judges which of several contenders should perform with them in Las Vegas. The candidates include another illusionist with the catchy name High Jinx, Jon Allen -- who's billed as a "danger man" -- and mentalist Graham Jolley, who also blends humor into his craft.
My Wild Affair
The new episode "The Rhino Who Joined a Family" tells the story of the orphaned Rupert, a black rhinoceros that truly did become part of the family of Dr. John Condy. The animal developed a special bond with the clan's four children -- and now, 50 years later, they try to determine whatever became of Rupert after he was released back into the wild.
Hockey may not prove to be Adam's (Sean Giambrone) game in "Lame Gretzky," though he does his best to show his moves on the ice to an encouraging Murray (Jeff Garlin). Beverly (Wendi McLendon-Covey) offers her own parental support to Erica (Hayley Orrantia), who's getting ready for her SAT exams, but the intended help may end up having a different effect. George Segal and Troy Gentile also star.
Now with another reason to dislike Gil Thorpe (guest star Rob Riggle), Phil (Ty Burrell) uses Luke (Nolan Gould) as a vessel for revenge in "The Feud" upon learning Gil's son will vie against Luke in a wrestling match. Mitch and Cam (Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Eric Stonestreet) ask Claire (Julie Bowen) to pick up Lily (Aubrey Anderson-Emmons) at school -- failing to mention that the class just had a lice warning. Gloria (Sofia Vergara) chaperones for a field trip.
The BAU returns to Arizona upon learning they didn't solve a case they thought they had in "The Inspired." Rather than catching a serial killer (guest star Fred Koehler), they instead apprehended his twin brother, adopted as a child. Neither man supposedly knew of the other, but Rossi (Joe Mantegna) and his team are convinced that they're linked in the crimes somehow. Camryn Manheim ("Extant") and Brianne Howey ("Twisted") also guest star.
In the new episode "Prom or Competition?," at the Bay Area Battle in Memphis, Tenn., the Dolls vie against their rivals for the Grand Championship title, but many of the dancers and their mothers fret that Miss D's very risky strategy may wind up costing them the win. Sunjai faces a difficult choice when she must choose whether to attend her high-school prom or perform with her squad.
Hosted by Richard Smith, the final installment of "Australia's First 4 Billion Years" focuses on how Australia's many unusual creatures, such as the kangaroo and the cassowary, tell a tale of isolation, change and resilience. Australia's long history has seen mountains rise and fall, seas come and go, and whole kingdoms of life triumph and disappear. "Strange Creatures" races down the last 65 million years to the present day.
Sharknado 2: The Second One
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the ... OK, well, anywhere, pretty much, comes this intentionally cheesy 2014 sequel to the campy, low-budget 2013 fromage-fest about giant sharks plucked from the ocean by a waterspout and dropped on hapless residents of Los Angeles. This time around, a freak weather system unleashes a finny fright show on the Big Apple, but our heroes from the first epic (Ian Ziering, Tara Reid) are back to save the day. The hipster supporting cast includes Judd Hirsch (as a taxi driver -- ha!), Andy Dick ("NewsRadio"), Judah Friedlander ("30 Rock"), Vivica A. Fox and Mark McGrath.
Mike (Patrick J. Adams) is left reeling, his career in investment banking apparently over, in the wake of the Gillis Industries takeover battle. After Rachel (Meghan Markle) delivers some even more distressing news, Mike reacts rashly, which leaves Harvey (Gabriel Macht) as the last friend to whom he can turn. Meanwhile, at the Pearson Specter offices, Jessica (Gina Torres) is so pleased with Louis' (Rick Hoffman) victory that she invites him to name his own reward -- an opportunity that proves more complicated than Louis ever expected. Eric Roberts guest stars in the new episode "We're Done."
The man in charge of an equestrian center (guest star Hugo Ateo) appears to have been fatally trampled by a horse in the new episode "Nobody Lives Forever." Evidence eventually suggests his wife (guest star Lina Roessler) had planned his death, prompting Angie and Vega (Kristin Lehman, Louis Ferreira) to deepen the investigation. Complicating the case: the fact that the victim seemingly didn't exist until the year before he met his fate.