Pretty Little Liars
Spencer (Troian Bellisario) lets down her guard as she spends time with Johnny (guest star Will Bradley), while Emily (Shay Mitchell) tries to figure out what the deal is with Talia (guest star Miranda Mayo). Elsewhere, Hanna (Ashley Benson) investigates Mona's friend Lesli (guest star Elizabeth McLaughlin) to find out whether this young woman is who she claims to be. Aria (Lucy Hale) frets about Mike's (Cody Christian) behavior in the new episode "Oh, What Hard Luck Stories They All Hand Me."
Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and his team investigate what may have been a hate crime as they try to determine who killed a Navy lieutenant who was scheduled to become the first openly gay servicemember to receive the Medal of Honor in the new episode "We Build, We Fight." Meanwhile, Palmer (Brian Dietzen) braces for fatherhood as his wife's (guest star Michelle Pierce) due date approaches. Susanna Thompson also guest stars. Series regular Rocky Carroll directed this episode.
Deciding she and Barry (Grant Gustin) need to move on from Ronnie and Iris (guest star Robbie Amell, Candice Patton) and find romance elsewhere, Caitlin takes him to a karaoke bar, where Barry meets sports reporter Linda Park (guest star Malese Jow). While the team searches for a metahuman (guest star Britne Oldford) who can teleport, Cisco (Carlos Ramon) ponders Hartley's (guest star Andy Mientus) risky offer in the new episode "Crazy for You." Jesse L. Martin also stars.
In a new episode sure to hold plenty of viewer "a-peel," the junior chefs compete in preparing unique dishes using bananas. Next, Matilda Ramsay, Gordon's daughter, introduces the chefs to their elimination challenge dish: salmon en croute, a Ramsay family favorite, in "Junior Edition: Family Style."
Parks and Recreation
Among the anticipated highlights of this abbreviated final season is tonight's new episode "Donna and Joe," which features the wedding of brassy Donna Meagle (Retta) and her mild-mannered fiance (guest star Keegan-Michael Key). Heck, check it out if only to see Donna's wedding gown, which she earlier revealed is a Shia LaBeouf original. Elsewhere, Jen Barkley (guest star Kathryn Hahn) has an interesting opportunity for Ben and Leslie (Adam Scott, Amy Poehler). Another episode immediately follows.
In the new episode "New Orleans -- Board of Trade," a man turns to the panel for help recovering important history he fears has been permanently lost to Hurricane Katrina, while a woman learns that she has family links to both sides of the Civil War. Another man is eager to find out everything he can about his personal link to New Orleans voodoo queen Marie Laveau.
Marvel's Agent Carter
After weeks of being viewed as a mere secretary, Peggy (Hayley Atwell) finally is entrusted with a mission, and she summons her loyal Howling Commandos for back-up. Keeping her cover intact is going to be tricky, however, after Chief Dooley (Shea Whigham) insists on sending along Agent Thompson (Chad Michael Murray) as well in the new episode "The Iron Ceiling." Greg Serano, Neal McDonough and Bridget Regan guest star.
Switched at Birth
After spending a night out boozing with Tank (guest star Max Adler, "Glee"), Bay (Vanessa Marano) awakens the next morning with no clear memory of the evening's events, even after talking to other friends who were there. Elsewhere, Professor Marillo (guest star Bess Armstrong) invites Daphne (Katie Leclerc) to a small student gathering at her home in a new episode called "At First Clear Word."
NCIS: New Orleans
Pride (Scott Bakula) and his team tackle a difficult and poignant case as they try to solve a "murder in progress," after a Navy lieutenant commander (guest star B.D. Wong, "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit") in excellent health discovers he has been poisoned by a lethal dose of radiation in the new episode "The Walking Dead." Diane Neal reprises her recurring guest role as Agent Abigail Burin; Russell Wong and Anne Dudek also guest star.
Sam (Jared Padalecki), in a bid to get Dean (Jensen Ackles) out of the bunker, persuades him to help investigate an odd case in which people disappear, leaving behind only their clothes. At first, the brothers suspect fairies or angels are involved, then discover Hansel (guest star Mark Acheson) from the Grimm fairy tale is turning the victims into their younger selves at the behest of the wicked witch (guest star Lesley Nicol, "Downton Abbey") in the new episode "About a Boy."
A new episode called "Swuit" takes its title from Schmidt and Nick's (Max Greenfield, Jake Johnson) latest entrepreneurial inspiration: a suit made out of sweatshirt material. As Jess (Zooey Deschanel) helps the boys pitch this new business venture to potential investor Lori Greiner (playing herself), Coach and Winston (Damon Wayans Jr., Lamorne Morris) decide to invest in Cece's (Hannah Simone) future.
Although Gil (John Gemberling) vows to throw best pal Jake (Ken Marino) a definitively awesome bachelor party, things do not go as smoothly as he had hoped (yes, we know, we're shocked, too). Meanwhile, Dennah and Annie (Sarah Wright Olson, Casey Wilson) take steps to get a reluctant Myrna (Jobeth Williams) back in the dating game, despite Jake's trepidations. Tim Meadows and Dan Bucatinsky also star in the new episode "Date Me."