MONDAY, MARCH 7
8/7c | House (Fox) | Not that anyone who’s been paying attention needs another reminder to tune in for this “unique” outing. But I just finished the episode and the final scenes are made of wow.
8:30 pm | Mad Love (CBS) | Not-really-a-crossover alert! Brittany Snow (Harry’s Law) guests as Sarah Chalke’s sister.
9 pm | The Chicago Code (Fox) | Irony alert! Teresa and Jarek need Gibbons’ help with an investigation.
9 pm | Greek (ABC Family) | Get a taste of what the future holds for your fave Cyprus Rhoders in this series finale.
10 pm | Harry’s Law (NBC) | “Eugene” stopped by David E. Kelley’s latest legal dramedy a few weeks ago; now it’s time for “Eleanor” to visit, when Camryn Manheim plays a prosecutor. (What’s the over/under on the number of earrings in her right lobe?)
10 pm | Stargate Universe (Syfy) | It’s the beginning of the end with the first of the series’ final 10 episodes.
TUESDAY, MARCH 8
8/7c | Glee (Fox) | There’s a reason that Gwyneth Paltrow’s first turn as Holly Holiday is forever saved onto my DVR. Let’s see if lightning strikes twice.
10 pm | Southland (TNT) | Ben’s graduation, John’s pill problem, a career-changing decision for Sammy, and more conflicts for Lydia and Josie all play into the Season 3 finale. Oh, and some very good news: a fourth season looks likely.
10 pm | White Collar (USA Network) | As this cable series wraps up its sophomore run, we are told that Neal will uncover “the answer to one of history’s greatest mysteries.” If it involves “The Last Supper” and Tom Hanks with bad hair… been there, done that.
10 pm | Detroit 1-8-7 (ABC) | Quick, watch it before Charlie Sheen says something else crazy and books a new media tour!
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9
9:30/8:30c | Mr. Sunshine (ABC) | Allison Janney’s Crystal goes ice skating with a [cough] Smurf. I must tread lightly here.
10 pm | Justified (FX) | Boyd’s pledge to keep clean craters this week as he plots out a heist, which is just as well — crazy hair doesn’t go well with “straight and narrow.”
THURSDAY, MARCH 10
8/7c | The Big Bang Theory (CBS) | Priya asks Leonard to stop spending so much time with Penny. Oh fine, Len, twist my arm — I’ll take Kaley off your hands for ya.
8:55 pm | American Idol (Fox; in progress) | The first finalist is sent packing: cue David Cook’s cover of “Don’t You Forget About Me.”
9 pm | Bones (Fox) | Pick a reason to tune in: sniper Jacob Broadsky strikes again, or ZZ Top guitarist Billy F. Gibbons guest-stars as mom-to-be Angela’s father.
10 pm | Fairly Legal (USA Network) | Kate resolves to retrieve information from David Smith (Richard Dean Anderson) — namely, why in some 13 years he has yet to visit his General Hospital daughter once.
FRIDAY, MARCH 11
9/8c | CSI: NY (CBS) | A student is murdered at an elite Manhattan prep school. My money’s on Jenny Humphrey; I mean, have you seen the way that girl dresses? Trouble.
9 pm | Fringe (Fox) | There’s a band of thieves out there who are defying gravity. (You’re welcome for that earworm.)
SATURDAY, MARCH 12
11:30 pm | Saturday Night Live (NBC) | Zach Galifianakis returns as host. I shudder to think what he shaves this time around.
SUNDAY, MARCH 13
9/8c | Big Love (HBO) | Men, grab your wife and watch this show about polygamy…
9 pm | Sister Wives (TLC) | …or grab your other wife and watch this reality series’ Season 2 premiere.
10 pm | Shameless (Showtime) | The kids’ mom is back, and she’s brought a bucketload of crazy with her. As Emmy Rossum (Fiona) put it, “You have to ask: What sort of woman would marry a man like Frank anyway? This obviously isn’t a sane person.”
10 pm | CSI: Miami (CBS) | Adam “Delko” Rodriguez wrote and directed this episode, in which a secret hunting club specializes in human prey.
Which of the above is must-see TV for you? And by all means, hit Comments to politely offer tune-in recommendations of your own!