Justified (FX, 10:00 p.m.) — The end is near for lawman Raylan Givens and the man he’s been chasing for the past six seasons, criminal Boyd Crowder. With the Boyd/Raylan standoff finally taking the spotlight in the show’s swan-song season, anything could happen (in other words, anyone could and probably will die). To all the die-hard Justified fans out there, this is the only thing you need to read before you say goodbye to Harlan County, and if you haven’t been tuning into this show, do yourself a favor and binge it now because Timothy Olyphant.
Parks and Recreation (NBC, 8:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.) — After briefly reuniting to get rid of that she-witch Tammy, Ron and Leslie are back at it over the rights to a big chunk of land, and a mystery celebrity guest might sway the vote to Swanson’s side. I’m hoping this little feud goes on for a while so I can order some Team Ron and Team Leslie shirts to pass out to my co-workers. That wouldn’t be weird, right?
Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family, 8:00 p.m.) — Tonight’s episode is all about keeping secrets (which isn’t that shocking given the name of the show). Spencer and Caleb are on the hunt for Mona’s missing laptop but their methods aren’t exactly “Toby-approved,” some bad timing interrupts Aria’s plan to come clean to Ezra and Hannah is forced to cover for Ashley when Pastor Ted comes back into town. If only someone had a handy bottle of Veritaserum this whole show could be off the air by now.
The Flash (CW, 8:00 p.m.) — While Barry’s busy pouring his heart out to Iris and preparing for his eventual rematch with the Reverse Flash, Captain Cold gets to work targeting those closest to the Red Streak with a little help from his half-brother Lincoln Burrows (a.k.a Heat Wave), who he just broke out of prison after getting this kick-ass back tattoo and hooking up with Lori from The Walking Dead. Wait, that’s not right is it?
Supernatural (CW, 9:00 p.m.) — Claire’s still a bit pissed at Dean for killing her friend (totally understandable) and the boys work double time to find a cure for that pesky Mark of Cain, whose apparent side effects include massacring a bunch of people at a ranch and turning Dean into a complete psychopath.
Ground Floor (TBS, 10:00 p.m.) — Things are getting pretty hot and heavy with Harvard and Lindsay, so obviously Derrick has something to say about it. Meanwhile Brody’s pretty bummed about the fact that Jenny isn’t interested in getting hitched.
Kroll Show (Comedy Central, 10:30 p.m.) — “Show Us Your Songs” is back, Dr. Armond continues his quest for potential female companions while still feeling pretty terrible about his wife’s murder, and George and Gil bid adieu to The Big Apple.
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