On TV this Wednesday: Onetime 90210 resident AnnaLynne McCord is Stalker‘s latest victim, the Hecks lose everything and the kitchen sink, South Park sends Butters on a tear and Modern Family Uglys itself up a little. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
Modern Family Gets Ugly, Stabby South Park and More
A body is found in the Wildcat gym, causing Oliver and Laurel to argue whether or not Ted Grant is innocent of murder.
The Hecks’ kitchen sink revolts; Sue has to be light on her feet to meet her school’s P.E. requirement; and Brick breaks Mike’s lawnmower, then steals his wallet after following Axl’s misguided advice.
Beverly meddles in Adam’s school life, then tries to un-meddle when things don’t go the way she planned.
Law & Order: SVU
Chicago P.D.‘s Voight, Lindsay and Halstead track a child-porn victim to his last-known whereabouts in Manhattan… where they team up with Sgt. Benson and the SVU team. (The crossover event that started with last night’s Chicago Fire culminates at 10 pm with Chicago P.D. Get scoop.)
Tensions run high between Lisa and Alvey after Christina shows up at Navy St.; Jay asks Garo to give him a chance.
Haley and Andy are spending a lot of time together, but not for the reasons you (and Phil and Claire) think; Gloria hires a good-looking Spanish tutor for Manny. Michael Urie (Ugly Betty) guest-stars.
When Dre’s kids turn up their noses at his favorite cheap food, he makes them get jobs so they’ll appreciate the value of a dollar. His experiment, of course, doesn’t go according to plan.
American Horror Story: Freak Show
Stanley puts pressure on Maggie to murder Jimmy. Paul indulges in a secret romance.
A young actress (played by 90210‘s AnnaLynne McCord) is frightened by an obsessed fan, so the TAU investigates. Elsewhere, Beth gets a disturbing letter, and Perry gains more access into her life. Heather Matarazzo (Now and Again) also guest-stars.
Butters is convinced he’s living in a virtual reality, which somehow contributes to him getting stabbed by a hooker.