A new episode called "Monkey Business" probably takes its title from Boo, a monkey whose specialty is snatching objects that don't belong to him and then scurrying away at breakneck speed. Then again, maybe it refers to Duke, a Labradoodle with a monkey on his back: peanut butter, which he craves pretty much 24/7. Finally, meet an orange tabby named Oliver who's large and in charge, especially when it comes to his kitchen domain.
The "Tricky Triangle" of Pocono Raceway is the scene today as Sprint Cup drivers gear up for the GoBowling.com 400. Kasey Kahne won a wild, crash-filled race here a year ago on the 2.5-mile tri-oval, passing Jeff Gordon on lap 159 of 160 to register his second victory of 2013. A field including Jimmie Johnson, Carl Edwards, Ryan Newman, Matt Kenseth and Dale Earnhardt Jr. -- who won the spring Pocono race -- will oppose him.
IndyCar hits the road -- as in road course - at the Sports Car Course for today's Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio. The 13-turn, 2.258-mile layout offers drivers a little bit of everything -- elevation changes, a narrow racing ribbon and a variety of corners. Scott Dixon, with four Mid-Ohio victories, runs well here, and he'll be in a field including Helio Castroneves, James Hinchcliffe, Will Power, Ryan Hunter-Reay and defending race champ Charlie Kimball.
WrestleMania 30: The World Television Premiere
For the sixth year in a row, NBC and WWE team up to present a new special celebrating highlights from 30 years of WrestleMania. Highlights include a preview of the upcoming matches between John Cena and Bray Wyatt, and The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar, along with the return of such wrestling icons as Hulk Hogan, The Rock and "Stone Cold" Steve Austin.
A theme of some earlier installments resurfaces in "Hotties vs. Nerds 4.0." It's easy to tell the nature of the competitors on the obstacle course this time, some more notable for brains than beauty -- though beauty also has its place here. Co-host Jill Wagner has plenty of fun with the interviews, as she always does in such cases. And if she does, just imagine the mirth that hosts John Anderson and John Henson engage in.
Two disappointing AL East rivals accustomed to being in a postseason drive this time of year clash tonight at Fenway Park, where David Ortiz and the Boston Red Sox close out a three-game series against Derek Jeter and the New York Yankees. To date, the third-place Bombers and their injury-riddled pitching staff have gotten the better of the cellar-dwelling defending champs in the season series, winning six of 10.
After Principal Skinner (voice of Harry Shearer) gives the students a clean slate and promises the best-behaved among them can ride in a submarine. Bart (voice of Nancy Cartwright), giddy at the prospect, resolves to become the perfect student, hoping that even his worst past mishaps will be forgiven, in "Yellow Subterfuge." Meanwhile, Lisa (voice of Yeardley Smith) suggests to Krusty the Clown (voice of Dan Castellaneta) that he sell off foreign rights to his past episodes to help himself out of a serious financial crisis.
After standing trial for the murder of her husband and being acquitted, suburban widow and mother Cassidy Miller (Joely Fisher, "'Til Death") finds it impossible to resume her normal life in the face of widespread lingering suspicion by her former friends and loved ones, including her teenage daughter. Things take a turn for the worse when a neighbor Cassidy believes to be the real killer begins to follow and harass her. Denise Richards and Patrick Muldoon also star.
NFL Preseason Football
Though it's only early August, one of the first sure signs of fall is football, and that makes its first appearance tonight in Canton, Ohio, with the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game. Eli Manning and the New York Giants will kick off the preseason against EJ Manuel and the Buffalo Bills in a clash of teams with much to prove in 2014.
Carrie (Poppy Montgomery) decides to conduct an "off the books" investigation to clear Al's (Dylan Walsh) name with Internal Affairs after he becomes the prime suspect in the murder of a parolee he helped put in jail in the new episode "Stray Bullet." Jane Curtin and Dallas Roberts star.
Peter (voice of Seth MacFarlane) is elated when his buddy and former neighbor Cleveland Brown (voice of Mike Henry) moves back to Quahog, but their reunion is over almost before it begins when their wives, Lois and Donna (Alex Borstein, Sanaa Lathan) get into a huge fight over parenting and forbid the boys to spend time with each other in "He's Bla-ack!."
Long Island Medium
Brassy, bigger-than-life medium and mom Theresa Caputo returns for another season of helping ordinary folks get closure by passing along messages from their dearly departed. The season premiere finds Caputo surprising visitors to Las Vegas with spontaneous readings as she bumps into them, and viewers this season will get their own chance for a live reading by Caputo in their homes.