On TV this Monday: The Broke Girls meet a man from Mars, 90210 hosts some rockin’ hotties, Castle goes behind the music and Hawaii Five-0‘s flashback episode is da bomb. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (always linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm How I Met Your Mother (CBS) | Robin’s hesitation to break up with Nick presses Barney into action; Lily and Marshall desperately seek some private time.
8 pm 90210 (The CW) | Carmen Electra (Baywatch) and pop star Nelly Furtado guest-star as Navid hopes to show Silver how successful he’s become with the launch of the Pop Up — though he soon becomes suspicious that Silver and Liam are secretly dating. Lindsey, meanwhile, comes to the opening to discuss Liam’s business plan, and they totally hook up.
8:30 pm Partners (CBS) | Louis hires Wyatt to fill in for Ro-Ro when she goes on vacation. Wait, does that mean it’s a job for Super…? Nah.
9 pm The Mob Doctor (Fox) | Grace and Brett’s relationship isn’t doing too well – can’t imagine why – and Paul puts Grace in a perilous situation.
9 pm 2 Broke Girls (CBS) | Caroline has a humiliating experience at a candy store, which makes her too embarrassed to see that the cute proprietor (Veronica Mars‘ Ryan Hansen) is sweet on her.
9:30 pm Mike & Molly (CBS) | Molly plans a family yard sale, while Mike and the guys take Carl on a fishing trip to help him through his break-up with Christina.
10 pm Hawaii Five-0 (CBS) | When Danny has to remain completely still as techs disarm a bomb he has accidentally activated, McGarrett distracts him by asking about his toughest case as a New Jersey cop. Sydney Tamiia Poitier (Private Practice), Terrence Howard (Crash), rapper T.I. and Kendall Jenner (Keeping Up With the Kardashians) guest-star.
10 pm Revolution (NBC) | A ruthless militia member is after Miles and the gang – and it’s not Captain Neville, because he’s busy getting a stern warning from General Monroe.
10 pm Pawn Stars (History) | In back-to-back episodes, the guys check out a Babe Ruth Red Sox baseball card and a flag cut from a WWI fighter plane.
11 pm I Love the 1880s (History) | Series premiere: Much like I Love the [Insert Decade Here], this new series has comedians comment on various people and events in American history. First up: odd and unknown facts about inhabitants of the Oval Office. (Another new episode follows at 11:30 pm.)
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