In the new episode "Daughters," which was directed by "Grey's Anatomy" star Chandra Wilson, Callie (Maia Mitchell) gets a look at a different side of Rita (guest star Rosie O'Donnell) when the latter's daughter shows up unexpectedly. While Callie learns why the two women have a strained relationship, Stef (Teri Polo) discovers a new lead in the hit-and-run case. Brandon (David Lambert), meanwhile, confronts his mothers over family tensions that are affecting their home.
2 Broke Girls
Well, look what the cat dragged in! After a good-looking businessman (guest star Ian Reed Kesler) returns Nancy, Caroline and Max's (Beth Behrs, Kat Dennings) missing kitty, the girls discover that their errant feline has come home -- with a big surprise -- in "And the Fat Cat." Garrett Morris, Jennifer Coolidge and Jonathan Kite also star.
Penn & Teller: Fool Us
It doesn't take particular prescience to guess that a new episode titled "Mission Impossi-Ball" will involve at least one round object as aspiring magicians try to pull the wool over Penn & Teller's eyes, thus earning a spot in the duo's Las Vegas act. Bill Cook, Wes Barker, Matt Holtzclaw and David Regal are the illusionists who try the trickery. Jonathan Ross, who hosted the first season of this show that was made in England, continues in that role.
So You Think You Can Dance
Another two finalists will be out of the competition by the end of the new episode "Top 16 Perform Live and Elimination." With the weekly performances getting ever more critical, you can bet on seeing those who remain dance their hearts out, aiming for a spot in the last 14. Paula Abdul, Jason Derulo and Nigel Lythgoe pass judgment -- as do the at-home viewers who vote. Cat Deeley is the host.
American Ninja Warrior
If an NBC series is going to Orlando, Fla., it makes perfect sense that it would be based at another holding of the parent company, the Universal Orlando Resort ... and that's just where the logically titled new "Orlando Finals" episode is staged. The Salmon Ladder, Cannonball Alley, Helix Hang and Invisible Ladder are added to the obstacles that the finalists in that city faced earlier this season. Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbaja-Biamila are the hosts.
As the series continues its trips back to cities to compare item prices previously appraised to their value now, "Vintage Toronto" shows that the phenomenon also applies north of the border. A Victorian carved oak bed is among the items revisited, and its appraisal confirms that it's among the objects that are worth more these days. So is a unique violin. Mark L. Walberg is the host.
The Odd Couple
Felix (Thomas Lennon) has a major, not-pleasant reaction when his much-relied-upon doctor (guest star Erinn Hayes) becomes Oscar's (Matthew Perry) latest love interest in "Heal Thyself." The situation prompts Felix's hypochondria to go into overdrive, potentially putting a big damper on the romance. Wendell Pierce, Lindsay Sloane and Yvette Nicole Brown also star.
The mission is personal for the team -- particularly Cabe (Robert Patrick), since his ex-wife (guest star Jessica Tuck, "True Blood") is the object of it -- in "Rogue Element." She becomes a target upon learning questionable information about a congressman's death, so Walter (Elyes Gabel) and his comrades step in to help keep her safe from those who might want her silenced forever. Katharine McPhee and Eddie Kaye Thomas also star.
Whose Line Is It Anyway?
The CW gets extra mileage out of one of its top talents of current times, as "Jane the Virgin" star Gina Rodriguez joins this show's regular players -- Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles -- to generate improvised songs and sketches from audience suggestions in a new episode. Comedian Jeff Davis, who's made a number of appearances on the program, returns again. Aisha Tyler is the host.
Toe Tag Parole: To Live and Die on Yard A
Following President Barack Obama's recent commutation of draconian prison sentences meted out to several non-violent drug offenders, this new documentary from filmmakers Alan and Susan Raymond examines a new California program designed to emphasize inmate rehabilitation over hard punishment. California State Prison, a maximum-security facility in the Mojave Desert, now features an "Honor Yard" free of violence, racial tensions, gang activity and drug use, for inmates dedicated to self-improvement.
On a new episode called "Whiplash," Marisol (Ana Ortiz) questions why a familiar face suddenly has resurfaced in the neighborhood. Carmen's (Roselyn Sanchez) penchant for lying starts to catch up with her. Zoila (Judy Reyes) tries to prove she is peerless as a maid, while Rosie's (Dania Ramirez) lingering suspicions about Taylor (Brianna Brown) lead her to a devastating discovery. Rebecca Wisocky also stars.
After a video of a gun-wielding, half-naked and bloodied man walking down a street goes viral, the Major Crimes unit must try to determine whether the man in question was a victim or a potential suicide in a new episode called "Wish You Were Here." Meanwhile, Rusty (Graham Patrick Martin) asks Sharon (Mary McDonnell) for help after he finally locates the brother of Alice Herrera. Kathe Mazur, Ransford Doherty, Brandon Barash and Rene Rosado guest star.