On TV this Tuesday: Supernatural scares up a (musical) milestone, Forever has S&Me fun, MasterChef Junior is positively flipping out, a New Girl guy plays “gay,” Chicago Fire ignites a three-way crossover and more. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar.
What to Watch Today
Forever Cracks the Whip, NBC's 3-Way Begins and More
See, now this I can relate to: “The junior home cooks race to see who can flip and stack the most pancakes.”
After investigating the murder of a retired Master Sergeant, Gibbs’ team uncovers a fraudulent charity that preys on those searching for missing military personnel. Also: Bishop agonizes over her probation evaluation, and Tony contemplates adopting a stray cat.
When Eliza discovers that Henry wants to drastically dial down their mentoring sessions, she resolves to put an end to his biggest distraction — his new lady friend, Julia (recurring guest star Allison Miller, Go On).
In the Robbie Thompson-penned 200th episode, when Sam and Dean investigate a teacher’s vanishing, they are stunned to see the school is putting on a musical based on their lives. (Even worse: Orchestra seats are $200.)
NCIS: New Orleans
As the team investigates the murder of a Navy Officer with the highest level top-secret clearance, Pride transforms the carport into an auto shop, as he works on the first car he ever gave his wife. Laura Allen (Terriers) and Melinda Page Hamilton (Devious Maids) guest-star.
Nick pretends to be gay to make his status as Jess’ “ex” less of an issue to
Mr. Furleyher new beau, Winston works his “long game” on neighbors Michelle and Viv (returning guest stars Alexandra Daddario and Amber Stevens), and Schmidt panics when Cece considers having a [SPOILER] reduction. (Watch video.)
The Mindy Project
Mindy catches Danny’s mom shoplifting, while Peter’s “dream girl,” Abby (returning guest star Allison Tolman), turns out to be a bit of a nightmare.
Henry and Jo discover there is a fine line between pleasure and pain when the death of a successful businessman and devoted husband points to a form of, um, “ritualized punishment.” Hilarie Burton (One Tree Hill) guest-stars as a dominatrix.
As this week’s three-way crossover kicks off, evidence revealed during a seemingly routine house fire demands the attention of Chicago P.D.’s Voight and Lindsay. Meanwhile, Mills mulls an off-duty gig. (Watch video.)
Sons of Anarchy
“Love is in the air for SAMCRO members,” the official synopsis really, truly reads, but — and this sounds more like it! — “death wins the day.” (Series creator Kurt Sutter hosts this week’s Anarchy Afterword.)
A gay couple banned from a homophobic restaurant gets a Web Redemption, a Tosh.0 rip-off gets exposed and Daniel learns the true meaning of irony.
Lauren enters a beauty pageant, as does Amy — as a protest. Elsewhere, Karma introduces Liam to her family (including brother Zen), and when Shane sees Duke’s relationship with his father, they break up.