Shunned as a turncoat after she testifies against her partner, an officer (guest star Tonya Glanz) gets a new patrol mate in volunteer Jamie (Will Estes) -- who also finds himself an outcast for supporting her -- in "Forgive and Forget." Even Eddie (Vanessa Ray) turns against him. Football veteran Boomer Esiason appears as himself, asking Frank (Tom Selleck) for a favor. Guest star Eric Laneuville also directed the episode.
Beyond the Tank
What happens after those who pitch ideas on "Shark Tank" get the support they seek? That series has shown some of the results, but this show deals exclusively with them. Sharks including Mark Cuban, Lori Greiner and Robert Herjavec traverse America to offer more of their expertise in helping the entrepreneurs make new business ideas work. It's not entirely altruistic for the Sharks, since they want to profit from their investments.
The Big Bang Theory
Some special-effects technicians were banned from the ranch -- which was what they named their own firm after George Lucas ordered them out of his headquarters -- and Leonard and Sheldon (Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons) might do well to heed that in "The Skywalker Incursion." They try to visit Lucas' Skywalker Ranch while en route to a speaking engagement. Howard and Bernadette (Simon Helberg, Melissa Rauch) have a feud involving "Doctor Who."
Beauty and the Beast
Cat and Vincent's (Kristin Kreuk, Jay Ryan) search for Liam (Jason Gedrick) could be helped by information about a "Patient X" -- which also happens to be the title of this episode. J.T. (Austin Basis) is assisted by Tess (Nina Lisandrello) in determining all the facts about his current condition. Nicole Gale Anderson also stars.
No engaged couple should count on being able to use the potential explosive in "It's the Wedding Cake Bomb!" for their nuptials. The confection and its contents are primed to slime anyone nearby, as contestants have to answer questions correctly or risk detonating the cake. Host Tom Papa stands by as the participants try to avoid leaving the game covered in icing ... and, in this case, perhaps a bride-and-groom ornament as well.
In the season finale, "This Soccer Mom Sizzles," a stay-at-home mother of three from Washington tries to win $100,000 by pitting her kitchen skills against those of some versatile culinary experts, then faces off against celebrity chef, molecular gastronomist and "Top Chef" bad boy Marcel Vigneron. Adam Richman is the host.
The This Old House Hour
As Norm and Kevin explore the stunning transformation that has been wrought on the 1966 Garrison Colonial, designer Michele Kelly shows Richard some clever technological features built into the new kitchen. Homeowner Jody and her brother, a designer, show Kevin how he customized spaces over the garage to reflect each daughter's personality. Interior designer Robin Gannon shows Norm how she updated the older parts of the house.
Being unable to keep their feuding under wraps doesn't do much for Christy and Bonnie (Anna Faris, Allison Janney) on the social scene in "Patient Zero and the Chocolate Fountain." They prove to be so ornery with each other, no one else really wants to be around them -- and it takes some time for the mother and daughter to get that message. Guest stars Octavia Spencer, Jamie Pressly and David Krumholtz reprise their earlier roles.
Beyond Scared Straight
As this harrowing but well-intentioned series wraps up its run with a final episode called, appropriately enough, "Lights Out!," a series of clips helps viewers review memorable moments from the past nine seasons of a program that ultimately reached more than 550 troubled teens.
The drama's third season concludes with "Goodbye Girl," as Joss (Jes Macallan) is released and looks forward to being reunited with Harry (Brett Tucker) ... who may not be around much longer, thanks to a professional opportunity. April (Rochelle Aytes) has to come to terms with her emotions. Vivian's (Sonja Bennett) health impacts Karen (Yunjin Kim). Danger may be in store for Joss, signaled by her receipt of an unusual gift. Jennifer Esposito also stars.
Another DC Comics character steps into live action as guest star Doug Jones plays the sinister Deathbolt in "Broken Arrow." His process of using energy bolts against his targets prompts Oliver (Stephen Amell) to seek help from Ray (Brandon Routh), alias the Atom, in ending the threat. At the same time, Oliver has to worry about attention from Lance (Paul Blackthorne), who wants to put the Arrow out of business. Emily Bett Rickards also stars.
Collecting cookie jars seems like an innocuous hobby, but someone who has practiced it falls prey to a killer in "The Woman in the Whirlpool." The team investigates others with similar collections in an effort to solve the murder. Personal matters also have an impact, since Brennan (Emily Deschanel) wants Booth (David Boreanaz) to move out because of his gambling, and Aubrey (John Boyd) takes an interest in a "squintern."