8 pm One Tree Hill (The CW) | Series finale: The 10th anniversary of Tric brings old faces and new possibilities for the Tree Hill family. (Grab a Kleenex, someone hold Brittany S. Pierce’s hand and read our in-depth preview.)
8 pm Survivor: One World (CBS) | The game gets personal when one tribe member is confronted about her physical appearance. Reer!
8:30 pm Best Friends Forever (NBC) | Premiere: Jessica St. Clair (Bridesmaids) and Lennon Parham (Accidentally on Purpose) play BFFs displaced to opposite sides of the country until a divorce reunites them in Brooklyn, even in the apartment they used to share. Luka Jones (Upright Citizens Brigade) and Stephen Schneider (Happy Endings?) co-star.
9 pm Criminal Minds (CBS) | In an outing directed by cast member Matthew Gray Gubler (aka Reid), the BAU team heads to Oregon to investigate a series of gothic, ritualistic murders. Cue guest star Robert Englund (A Nightmare on Elm Street) .
9 pm Bent (NBC) | In the freshman comedy’s final two episodes (yes, really), Alex worries Pete may have succumbed to old habits when he’s a no-show at the site, then Alex questions her feelings for her beau when during their romantic getaway she has a sex dream about Pete (meaning: maybe the kissy-face picture above is just make-believe and not a spoiler, as someone will inevitably carp). Dear NBC: Take a flier and do right by this show at upfronts. In fact, let’s take a poll, gang….
9:30 pm Happy Endings (ABC) | Season finale: At their friend Derrick’s wedding, Brad struggles to tell Jane something important, Max tries to find the courage to perform with his all-male Madonna cover band and dateless Penny meets a cute guy (guest star Brian Austin Green) via Skype. (Read preview!)
10 pm CSI (CBS) | When the CSI team is called in to investigate a man who is shot at point-blank range in a casino, they shut down the entire building to find their killer. Stepfanie Kramer (Hunter) and Andrew Keegan (7th Heaven) guest-star.
10 pm Rock Center With Brian Williams (NBC) | Hear me out on this: One segment involves the eight finalists who recently competed in Chicago to become the next “LEGO Master Model Builder” (aka the “block-heads” who construct those life-size displays that make Junior go, “Gee willikers, pop!”).
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