Every round of this series has its "Women Tell All" edition, and just before Chris Soules makes his choice between the last two contenders in next week's season finale, those already sent packing return to give their views on him -- and, in many cases, on one another. Of course, Chris Harrison is on hand as host and also as mediator, given how intense some of the exchanges between former rivals often get.
As Mariana (Cierra Ramirez) turns her attention to organizing a student protest over an administrative incident at school, Callie (Maia Mitchell) risks defying Stef's (Teri Polo) orders so she can help her friend Kiara (Cherinda Kincherlow) in the new episode "Now Hear This." Elsewhere, Jude (Hayden Byerly) finally confronts Connor (Gavin MacIntosh) over the maddeningly mixed signals he has been sending her. Rosie O'Donnell guest stars.
2 Broke Girls
Lindsay Lohan guest stars in "And the Wedding Cake Cake Cake" as Claire, a bride-to-be who wants Max and Caroline (Kat Dennings, Beth Behrs) to make -- you guessed it -- her wedding cake. It soon becomes apparent that this won't be an easy job, and not just because wedding cakes are tricky. Claire has a rampant case of indecisiveness and keeps changing her mind about everything, posing a big challenge to the "broke girls." Jennifer Coolidge also stars.
Klaus (Joseph Morgan) tries to protect Cami (Leah Pipes) from a vengeful, rampaging Vincent (guest star Yusuf Gatewood) in "Gonna Set Your Flag on Fire." Hayley and Jackson's (Phoebe Tonkin, guest star Nathan Parsons) efforts to generate peace between vampires and werewolves are thwarted by Vincent. Elijah (Daniel Gillies) worries about Rebekah's (guest star Maisie Richardson-Sellers) sudden absence.
There's plenty of suspicion to go around the city in the new episode "Everyone Has a Cobblepot," as Gordon (Ben McKenzie) investigates Commissioner Loeb (guest star Peter Scolari) and Fish Mooney (Jada Pinkett Smith) is thought to be in cahoots with Dr. Dulmacher (guest star Colm Feore). The young Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) gets a new reason to pursue his own campaign against crime. Nicholas D'Agosto (as Harvey Dent) and Nicholle Tom ("The Nanny") also guest star.
"The Blind Auditions, Part 3" continues as part of the competition's newest round. Singing hopefuls perform in front of coaches and mentors Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Pharrell Williams ... the latter of whom undoubtedly remains "Happy" about his recent success at the Grammy Awards. The auditions continue in Tuesday's episode. Carson Daly is the host.
At the Iowa State Museum in Des Moines, host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Wes Cowan examine a variety of finds. They include a late Victorian 14-karat gold vest chain and fob, a pair of 1963 and 1966 Green Bay Packers signed footballs, and a rare collection of movie memorabilia from the golden age of Hollywood in "Des Moines (Hour One)."
Mike & Molly
Peggy (Rondi Reed) evidently makes a hasty decision to retire in the new episode "The World According to Peggy." Molly (Melissa McCarthy) moves quickly to stage a party for the occasion, but there may be much more to Peggy's situation than others initially suspect. Billy Gardell, Swoosie Kurtz, Nyambi Nyambi and Katy Mixon also star.
After some of her cancer symptoms recur, April (Italia Ricci) starts to fret about how fragile her remission may be. A twist of fate may encourage her to reconnect with Leo (Scott Michael Foster), however. Brenna (Haley Ramm) gets frustrated with Sara's (Mary Page Keller) lofty expectations about the former's academic future. Beth's (Aisha Dee) increasingly heavy job demands start to take a toll on her personal life in the new episode "Rest in Peace."
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.
Jane the Virgin
Jane (Gina Rodriguez) suddenly finds herself with plenty of options in "Chapter Eleven." Just as she's handed a permanent teaching job, Rogelio (Jaime Camil) offers her an internship as a writer for his telenovela. Xo (Andrea Navedo) struggles with following through on a decision she made about Rogelio. Michael (Brett Dier) takes action on his hunch about Rafael (Justin Baldoni). Joanna Kerns ("Growing Pains") directed the story.
If Ryan Hardy (Kevin Bacon) seems happier as Season 3 begins, don't bet it will last very long. Then again, followers of this Kevin Williamson-created show likely know that by now anyway. There's a new woman in Hardy's life (played by Zuleikha Robinson), but his nemesis Joe Carroll (James Purefoy) is still around -- and another dark element of his past may remain, too. Shawn Ashmore and Jessica Stroup also return in the season opener, "New Blood."