Geeks Who Drink
Actor Rob Kazinsky ("True Blood") and his team "Cocktails & Screams" challenge former "Lost" and "Lord of the Rings" star Dominic Monaghan and his "Lost Island Iced Teas" teammates to a showdown of team challenges, trivia queries and bar games. Zachary Levi hosts this new episode.
Though his intentions always are good, Jamie (Will Estes) sometimes experiences unfortunate fallout, as is the case in "Loose Lips." When he breaks up a domestic dispute, the man in question isn't happy about it, so he sets his sights on Jamie as his next target. Henry's (Len Cariou) trademark candor causes problems via his comments made on a tape sent to the media. James Carpinello and daytime-drama veteran Colleen Zenk ("As the World Turns") guest star.
PGA Tour Golf
The second tournament of the four-event FedExCup Playoffs tees off today at the TPC Boston in Norton, Mass., where the PGA Tour's top 100-ranked players vie in the Deutsche Bank Championship. Players expected to do battle on the Gil Hanse-redesigned 7,241-yard, par-72 course include Jimmy Walker, Bubba Watson, Rory McIlroy, Matt Kuchar and Dustin Johnson. Chris Kirk won this tourney a year ago by two strokes over three players.
Veteran entertainer Pat Boone turns up in this episode, helping a Vermont man pitch an ecology-tailored car that uses compressed air as its "fuel." The Sharks also entertain ideas from a Colorado mom who has developed a line of snack bars, a fisherman who has come up with a special lure, and two Cincinnati men who have created affordable eyeglasses with interchangeable parts. Mark Cuban, Lori Greiner and Robert Herjavec are on the Shark panel.
A fugitive suspected of killing a judge sparks a hunt across state lines that involves Holmes and Watson (Jonny Lee Miller, Lucy Liu) in "The Best Way Out Is Always Through." The person being pursued is an escaped convict. Holmes examines Bell's (Jon Michael Hill) new romance a bit too closely, to the extent that the relationship hits the rocks. Susan Misner ("The Americans") guest stars. Aidan Quinn also stars.
Masters of Illusion
Host Dean Cain welcomes featured magicians including Ed Alonso, Rick Thomas, Michael Grandinetti, Johnny Ace Palmer, Barry and Stuart, Les Arnold and Dazzle, and Michael Turco for a half-hour of bits ranging from confounding feats of interactive mind magic to hilarious comedy routines in an episode called "Spinning the Classics ... Too!"
In "Justice Served," a special new episode of the series, John Walsh ("America's Most Wanted") interviews former crime scene investigator Yolanda McClary, ex-prosecutor Kelly Siegler and the rest of the "Cold Justice" team for their behind-the-scenes insights into the investigations featured on the show, as well as updates on past cases.
Whose Line Is It Anyway?
The drama typically is heavy-duty for Adelaide Kane as she plays Mary on the series "Reign," but the actress gets to show her funny side as the principal guest star in this episode. There's the possibility she'll still experience some royal pains as she teams with Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles to improvise skits and songs suggested by the studio audience. Comic Jeff Davis also guests. Aisha Tyler is the host.
Anyone who saw the movie "The Loft" will get a sense of deja vu from "Ho'amoano" (Hawaiian for "Chasing Yesterday,") since the theme is quite similar. Guest stars Jaleel White, Pauly Shore and Kevin Farley play married men whose shared hotel suite has something they didn't expect: a woman's corpse. Jerry (Jorge Garcia) sees a woman being kidnapped. The actual police chief of Honolulu, Louis Kealoha, guest stars as himself.
Penn & Teller: Fool Us
In an episode called "Now THAT'S Bunny!," featured magicians Jay Sankey, Greg Wilson, Trigg Watson and Jen Kramer perform their best tricks for their experienced hosts. If any of them can stump Penn & Teller, the successful illusionist gets a chance to perform with the duo in their Las Vegas casino show.
A villain named the Ogre can't mean anything good for Gotham City, and Gordon and Bullock (Ben McKenzie, Donal Logue) probe the apparently revived case of the serial killer of women in "Beasts of Prey." Fish (Jada Pinkett Smith) devises a way to get out of the clutches of the Dollmaker (guest star Colm Feore). Reggie (David O'Hara) is questioned by Bruce and Selina (David Mazouz, Camren Bicondova). Milo Ventimiglia also guest stars.
Contrary to widespread belief, Arthur Ashe's 1975 triumph at Wimbledon did not make him the first black person to win at the revered tennis venue. True, he was the first African-American to take the men's singles title, but it was Althea Gibson who first crossed the color line with her Wimbledon win in 1957. Filmmaker Rex Miller's 90-minute "Althea" traces Gibson's path from her early years as a South Carolina sharecropper's daughter to her elevation as queen of the highly segregated tennis world of the 1950s.