Suits (USA Network, 10 p.m.) — I’m sorry to have to beat this dead horse, but listen, Suits. There are ways to make clever movie and television references. You have not figured it out. Here’s a hint: It does not involve making the obvious reference, and then identifying the obvious reference, and then making the reference again. That said, if you like Donna — and you’re a fool if you don’t — she is having a good season.
Drunk History (Comedy Central, 10 p.m.) — Tonight’s is Detroit themed, and features Owen Wilson and Jason Schwartzman.
Covert Affairs (USA Network, 9 p.m.) — I don’t watch this show, but I do appreciate a series that uses gimmicks for its title names. Covert Affairs used Led Zeppelin song titles for all its season one titles, R.E.M. for season two, David Bowie for season three, and The Pixies for season four.
Whose Line Is It Anyway (CW, 8 p.m.) — It really has been fun to have this series back, and it’s a perfect pick-me up between the episodes of the summer’s grim crime procedurals.
Rizzoli & Isles (TNT, 9 p.m.) — Did you know this about Angie Harmon? She was discovered by David Hasshelhoff on an airline flight, which led to her stint on Baywatch and Baywatch Nights.
LATE NIGHT LISTINGS: Jimmy Kimmel has Josh Duhamel, Conan has Liam Hemsworth, The Daily Show and The Colbert Report have no guests of note, and everyone else is in reruns.