THE BIG BANG THEORY
Weeknights on TBS
Leonard is torn between being honest or self-serving when Stuart asks his advice for an upcoming second date with Penny. Wolowitz realizes there's a crucial error in a toilet he designed for the International Space Station.
MY NAME IS EARL
A young Earl gets his heart broken by the babysitter and swears revenge on her and her boyfriend. Now, Earl is older and wiser, so he decides to cross them off his list, but it may have terrible repercussions for Randy.
Weekdays at 4/3c
Phoebe's grandma dies and the gang attends the funeral. While greeting guests and handing out their 3-D glasses, Phoebe meets a man who claims to be the deceased's son ... making him Phoebe's dad. She coerces him into meeting her, and tells him that she's his daughter, and asks him why he left her. He says he was a terrible father, and that even the songs he made up to try and get her to sleep only made her cry. She asks him to sing one for her, and realizes that it's set to the same melody as "Smelly Cat." Meanwhile, Joey has a big audition and goes to Rachel to help him dress for success. She convinces him to carry a new unisex bag, that greatly resembles a woman's purse. Soon Joey is attached to the bag and all it's compartments, and begins to take it everywhere. Finally the gang convinces him to give up the bag.
THE CLEVELAND SHOW
Weekdays at Noon/11c
Much to his dismay, Cleveland finds out that Cleveland Jr. will inherit all of his ex-wife's belongings and that his parents, Cookie and Freight Train, plan to remarry. To add insult to injury, Freight Train dumps Cleveland as his best man in favor of Donna's ex-husband, Robert. In the end, though, Cleveland steps in to save the day.
DEAL WITH IT
Catch Up Now
RC CHAOS IN THE HOTEL: After causing a scene in a hotel lobby, our contestant must apologize to his buddy in the most sensible way possible, with a kiss on the lips. Co-host: Howie Mandel. RASCAL #2: A female contestant has had enough with the terrible service. She decides to get the waitress' attention in an unusual way, by throwing a shoe at her. Co-host: Yvette Nicole Brown.
SHIRTS OFF: Things get hot and heavy when our contestant is told to take his shirt off in the middle of a restaurant. The real challenge? He must get his friend to do the same. Co-hosts: Joan Rivers and Melissa Rivers. YOU'RE GETTING HEAVY: Our contestant struggles to keep his wife at lunch after he's instructed to tell her that she's looking a little heavy. Co-host: Mel B.
HOOKER: Our contestant is put in the hot seat when a prostitute approaches asking for the money he owes her, and he must explain the whole thing to his infuriated girlfriend. Co-host: Bobby Lee. THE CULT: A contestant alarms her son when she tells him she's been following a new spiritual leader named Gregory. Things get messy when Gregory arrives and encourages her to drink the "elixir of freedom." Co-host: Alex Mandel.
Relive the First Season
With help from Marlon Wayans and guest mentor David Alan Grier, the comics do funny interviews with people on the street. Later, Deon Cole and Marlon coach the remaining comedians as they develop stand-up routines to present to 100 burly bikers who will help determine who stays in the competition.
The comics have one day to write and shoot a hilarious commercial parody to screen for Marlon Wayans, guest mentor Jamie Kennedy and a live audience. Then, they must take on one of their biggest challenges yet: making an animated short from scratch in two days. The comedians are thrilled to learn from animation voiceover legend Billy West in the process, but ultimately one of them goes home.
With $100,000 at stake in the season finale, the three finalists must take everything theyÂve learned during the past eight weeks and put together a mini comedy show with help from Marlon Wayans, guest mentor Jay Chandraskhar and some surprise helpers. The big moment finally arrives as the comedians present their shows to a live audience, Marlon and guest judge Damon Wayans Jr.
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Jane is the mother of three grown kids, owns a thriving Santa Barbara bakery/restaurant and has -- after a decade of divorce -- an amicable relationship with her ex-husband, attorney Jake. But when Jane and Jake find themselves out of town for their son's college graduation, things start to get complicated. An innocent meal together turns into the unimaginable -- an affair. With Jake remarried to the much younger Agness, Jane is now, of all things, the other woman. Caught in the middle of their renewed romance is Adam, an architect hired to remodel Jane's kitchen. Healing from a divorce of his own, Adam starts to fall for Jane, but soon realizes he's become part of a love triangle. Should Jane and Jake move on with their lives, or is love truly lovelier the second time around? It's -- complicated.