What to watch on Tuesday, October 1...
Tony scours Israel in search of Ziva in “Past, Present, and Future.” Stateside, Gibbs & Co seek the elusive Parsa and his expanding empire of evildoing.
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
On a mission in Peru in “0-8-4,” Coulson crosses paths with Comandante Camilla Reyes. Sounds like the perfect opportunity to see if his “I taught Thor how to play gin rummy” line works as well abroad as it does at home.
NCIS: Los Angeles
Hetty brings in operational psychologist Nate Getz to help Sam and Deeks process their recent trauma in “Impact.” Case-of-the-week business centers on the murder of a retired Navy admiral and a notorious journalist on a private jet.
Real couple Nick and Jess and quasi-couple Schmidt and Cece comprise the titular “Double Date,” but the evening could be kiboshed when Nick learns an unsettling secret. Winston’s runner this week is at least tangentially connected to the A plot, as he vows to secure the foursome a table at a ritzy restaurant.
Parental bonding abounds in “Daddy Daughter Day.” Erica, caught in the grumpy throes of teenagerhood, threatens to derail her and Murray’s longtime roller-skating tradition. Adam, in the midst of a clothes-shopping excursion with Beverly, is further bummed by Pops’ own plans for the day.
The Mindy Project
“Music Festival” finds Casey lapsing into an identity crisis and coming out the other side convinced he should be a DJ. Mindy and the gang take in one of his performances, where shenanigans inevitably ensue. At the office, new doc Adam Pally settles in and immediately butts heads with Mindy.
Seeking greater responsibility in the family, Kate joins Pete in coaching Bert’s soccer team in “Cold File.” In indoor hijinks, Warren and Hillary sully Diane’s spotless sofa with salsa and scramble to hide the damage.
Sons of Anarchy
SAMCRO guns for vengeance after the compound is assaulted in “Wolfsangel.” No matter that it was just a few TP-ed trees and a couple of egged windows—Chibs spent, like, 45 minutes cleaning all that up, and he’s gonna make those punk McAllister kids pay, dammit!
Between dreading the arsonist’s next strike and approaching Renee with his paternity doubts, Severide has a lot on his mind these days, you guys. Meanwhile in “Prove It,” Casey’s new duties throw him for a loop after Heather’s accident, Mouch launches a campaign for the union presidency, and Shay and Dawson look to revitalize their social lives.
Person of Interest
In “Nothing to Hide,” the team must protect a sketchy internet entrepreneur whose privacy is being dismantled. Elsewhere, Carter is assigned a rookie partner.
– Margaret Cho, Rich Eisen, and Gary Clark, Jr., on The Arsenio Hall Show, Syndicated, check local listings
– Mary McCormack on Chelsea Lately, 11pm, E!
– Jesse Ventura on Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell, 11pm, FXX
– Author David Mitchell on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, 11pm, Comedy Central
– Daniel Radcliffe on The Colbert Report, 11:30pm, Comedy Central
– Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jay Mohr, and Mika featuring Ariana Grande on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, 11:35pm, NBC
– Sarah Michelle Gellar, Nick Offerman, and First Aid Kit on Late Show with David Letterman, 11:35pm, CBS
– Will Arnett, Clark Gregg, and Bonnie Raitt on Jimmy Kimmel Live, 11:35pm, ABC
– Adam Scott, Hannah Simone, and Jake Bugg on Conan, 12am or after the MLB Playoffs, TBS
– Rebel Wilson, Joel Osteen, and Lorde on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, 12:37am, NBC
– Patricia Heaton and Dennis Lehane on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, 12:37am, CBS