What to watch on Monday, November 4...
7pm, Cartoon Network
The Ice King’s tomfoolery is grating on Finn and Jake’s last nerves, so they arrange a “Play Date” for him and Abracadaniel. "Dad's Dungeon" then reveals a odd and exhilarating new challenge to the guys in the form of a holographic message.
Dancing With the Stars
Cher, continuing to make the rounds of this season’s primetime musically themed competition shows, is a guest-judge for the eighth week of performances. Another hopeful will be eliminated after an individual round and a dance-off.
8pm, The CW
Hart of Dixie
To burnish Joel’s BlueBell bonafides, Zoe signs the two of them up for chaperone duty on a tween camping excursion—a task he immediately begs off of, perhaps due to a crippling s’mores allergy. Elsewhere, “How Do You Like Me Now?” finds George and Lynly developing a smooth working rapport while Lavon strives for a slot in the Gazebos of Alabama calendar.
How I Met Your Mother
“The Lighthouse” is the site of Ted and Cassie’s diversionary trip, as the show looks for new ways to utterly waste guest-star Anna Camp. Back at the inn, Robin and Loretta remain at loggerheads. On the road, Marshall and Daphne find themselves saddled with a stowaway.
While relaxing in Buenos Aires in “The Nazi on the Honeymoon,” newlyweds Brennan and Booth stumble upon a local sleuth and a mystery surrounding a murdered Third Reicher. Back home, caring for Christine daunts Hodgins and Angela.
SEASON 4 PREMIERE, 9pm, CBS
Mike & Molly
Molly decides to make a clean career break in “Molly Unleashed,” leaving the classroom behind for the road of a professional writer. And to her I say, kudos! Indubitably, those who spin words for a living are humanity’s truest and noblest specimens.
After Ichabod vanishes in “The Sin Eater,” Katrina comes to Abbie in a vision to warn her of the Horseman’s impending return. Amid such dire straits, there’s only one man to whom the intrepid cop can turn: eccentric recluse John Noble.
DOCUMENTARY PREMIERE, 9pm, HBO
Tales from the Organ Trade
Interviews with doctors, donors, patients, and brokers illuminate this chronicle of black-market organ trafficking, which examines the desperate conditions and moral quandaries that drive the practice, its exacting toll, and its sometimes-beneficial results.
Luke’s conservative folks (Nick Searcy and Lauren Bowles) are nonplussed over Violet’s pregnancy, leading Christy to butt heads with them in “Estrogen and a Hearty Breakfast.” Elsewhere, Bonnie vows to kick menopause straight in the keester.
In “Like Father, Like Daughter,” Alex delves into an Innocence Review case and enlists Castle and Beckett’s help to exonerate a man who’s 72 hours away from execution. But will their efforts turn up new evidence that leads to an acquittal—or confirm the subject’s guilt? (You should probably imagine a “dun dun DUNNNN” sound effect right there, for extra oomph.)
Despite her animosity toward Red, Liz must bite the bullet and ask for his assistance locating “Frederick Barnes” (Robert Sean Leonard), the sinister scientist responsible for a deadly chemical attack on a subway.
The Story of Film: An Odyssey
Wow, TCM. This is the deepest I’ve ever seen a once-primetime show get buried in a lineup. Two-damn-fifteen in the morning? Either the bulk of this series’ ratings are coming from DVR recordings, or the programmers figured that only insomniacs will be interested in this week's “Radical Directors in the ‘70s: Make State of the Nation Movies (1969–1979).
– Michael Weatherly, Barkhad Abdi, and Janelle Monáe on The Arsenio Hall Show, Syndicated, check local listings
– Kevin Kline, Brie Larson, and King Krule on Conan, 11pm, TBS
– Tom Hiddleston on Chelsea Lately, 11pm, E!
– Soledad O'Brien on Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell, 11pm, FXX
– Journalist Bob Woodruff on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, 11pm, Comedy Central
– Author David Folkenflik on The Colbert Report, 11:30pm, Comedy Central
– Anthony Hopkins and Sting on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, 11:35pm, NBC
– David Ortiz, Woody Harrelson, and The Wanted on Late Show with David Letterman, 11:35pm, CBS
– Chris Hemsworth, Artie Lange, and Jane's Addiction on Jimmy Kimmel Live, 11:35pm, ABC
– Simon Baker, Sen. John McCain, and The Dismemberment Plan on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, 12:37am, NBC
– Lauren Graham and Eugenio Derbez on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, 12:37am, CBS
WHAT ARE YOU WATCHING TONIGHT?