On TV this Friday: The Job orders a Cosmo, a member of the Shark Tank leaps at an opportunity, it’s a bloody Valentine’s Day on CSI: NY and Rock Center explores the urgent need for panda procreation. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm Jessie (Disney Channel) | Jessie gets her big break as a stunt double to popular Aussie actress Shaylee Michaels (played by Maia Mitchell of Disney Channel’s upcoming Teen Beach Movie) — until, that is, she catches the eye of the starlet’s director beau.
8 pm The Job (CBS) | Someone should send an undercover boss to look under the hood of this show, which in its week-ago debut drew measly ratings. Until it gets laid off, here’s an installment where the candidates vie for a gig at Cosmopolitan. In other words: Who can write a tacky sex tips column quickest?
8 pm Last Man Standing (ABC) | Mike is ruffled when he finds out his grandson Boyd is no longer registered at school as a Baxter; Mandy, Kristin and Eve reunite the Inglorious Baxters in hopes to make a viral Valentine’s Day music video.
9 pm CSI: NY (CBS) | Oh, you had me at the episode title, “Blood Actually.” For good measure, you lobbed in a storyline about “three twisted tales of love gone wrong” — always fun. But not sure what to make of the Josh Groban cameo. (Watch a Danny/Lindsay sneak peek.)
9 pm Touch (Fox) | Religious zealot Guillermo continues to track down the “36” Righteous Ones, while Jake leads Lucy to a woman with a shocking connection to the missing Amelia.
9 pm Shark Tank (ABC) | Among the ideas being shopped tonight: An online therapy business, and six “kidpreneurs” with their unsafe driving detector device. Also: One of the Sharks makes a million-dollar offer.
10 pm Blue Bloods (CBS) | Danny’s Danny-like approach to a case lands him in anger management class. (Say hi to Charlie!) Meanwhile, Frank navigates the State Department when he tries to help a young (and pretty!) Turkish woman avoid persecution.
10 pm Merlin (Syfy) | A suspicious Merlin races to unravel Morgana’s plot before it’s too late.
10 pm Rock Center With Brian Williams (NBC) | Harry Smith visits the set of GSN’s hit game show The American Bible Challenge; Kate Snow reports on a state-of-the-art fertility clinic being used to save China’s national symbol, the panda, from extinction.
Midnight Psych Slumber Party (USA Network) | Grab your pineapple-print PJs and prep for the long-awaited Season 7 premiere (airing Feb. 27) with this marathon of seven classic episodes, punctuated by never-before-seen content and a chance to win a trip to the set.
Hit the comments with your must-see picks from tonight’s lineup!