Workaholics (Comedy Central, 10 p.m.) — On tonight’s episode, an office election is held to determine who’s in charge of the break room snacks. In other news, I think I might have a man crush on Adam now.
Broad City (Comedy Central, 10:30) — I haven’t caught this yet, but critics seem split, and by critics, I mean my Station Agents co-podcasters, Josh (who likes it) and Joanna (who doesn’t).
Suburgatory (ABC, 8:30 p.m.) — The best thing that may have happened to this show was having to cut Alan Tudyk and Rex Lee for budgetary reasons, because it’s allowed the show to focus on its stronger characters. Also, because it freed Alan Tudyk to do Justified, although Tudyk was credited as Wray Nerely in the episode for REASONS, OK?
Modern Family (ABC, 9 p.m.) — There’s basically only two characters left on this show I give a damn about: Jay and Alex. And yet, I continue to watch.
Psych (USA, 9 p.m.) — Gus falls for a sexy private eye while investigating a man whose life mirrors his own. I find it amusing that Maggie Lawson — who taped the final season of Psych last year — has already starred in another sitcom that’s been cancelled, while Psych won’t end its run until the end of March.
Duck Dynasty (A&E, 10 p.m.) — Willie and Jase face off in a cooking contest; Phil and Jep bond in an unlikely place. Jep? Jase? Those can’t be real names.
LATE NIGHT LISTINGS: On Jay Leno’s second to last episode, he has Sandra Bullock on, although she faces stiff competition from Letterman, who has Matt Damon. This, the day after Letterman outflanked Leno’s McConaughey booking with George Clooney. Jimmy Kimmel has Ashton Kutcher, Ferguson has Jim Parsons, Clooney pops over to The Daily Show, and Conan lands Nick Offerman.