What to watch on Monday, July 15...
MARATHON, 6am, Bravo
Queer Eye for the Straight Guy
Ring in the 10-year anniversary of the chic makeover series with 11 of its most fashionable installments, including the 2003 premiere and the 2007 finale.
7:30pm, Cartoon Network
With Jake fed up over being used as Finn’s armor, the two swap places in “Jake Suit.” Then in “The Suitor,” Peppermint Butler hopes to give Bubblegum’s social life a shot in the arm.
It’s Hometown Adventures Week, which at least will be a time-saver for the schmo who gets eliminated at the end of the episode. Unless he left all his stuff at the Bachelorette-Cave and has to schlep back to pick it up, I guess. No one ever said romance was easy.
Carson on TCM
Travel back to 1975, when Shelley Winters and Ronald Reagan stopped by the Tonight Show set for this evening's first two interviews. Then join Mork-era Robin Williams in 1981, Jonathan Winters in 1988, and Michael Caine in 1983.
8pm, ABC Family
Switched at Birth
The Kennishes are roiled by a family emergency in “The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living,” easily the early leader in the clubhouse for Episode Title of the Week, 10-Words-or-More Division. Elsewhere, Daphne struggles to balance her family’s needs with her hankering for Jace-time, Angelo aims to perk up Regina’s business, and Ty’s army buddy rattles Bay’s confidence.
A gender-dysphoric child disappears in “Boys Will Be Boys,” and the squad’s search turns up multiple possible suspects including a violent bully. Off the beat, Raydor’s ne’er-do-well ex Tom Berenger tries to atone for past parenting sins.
Say this for ol’ Walt Longmire: Not many other TV cops have to wrangle with illegal rodeos cropping up at local farmsteads. The case in “The Great Spirit” calls for some true frontier detective work, as well as a plaintive cover of “Wild Horses.”
Tiphany and friends head south of the border to commemorate her 30th birthday in “Escape to Mexico.” Their action-packed agenda drives Auti and Chelsie to end a months-long estrangement, while Angela stares her fears in the face and then kicks them in the grapes.
Wounded by Savi’s secrecy, Joss packs her bags and decamps to April’s place. Also in “All In,” Harry and Dominic tussle at a social gathering, April’s new relationship is hampered by her memories of her late husband, and Karen reaches out to Det. Newsome for decidedly non-detective-y reasons.
Under the Dome
In “Outbreak,” the town’s already scarce medical supplies are further strained by a string of meningitis cases. As the latest dome-exacerbated emergency creates panic, Julia tries to get to the bottom of her husband’s disappearance.
Scott’s boss and mentor is threatened in “Currents,” though you’d think “mortal danger” is pretty much a constant state of affairs for anyone who’s ever traded more than three words with Scott. Meanwhile, Deaton, Kali, and the Twins gun for Derek.
– Charlie Day, Brittney Griner, and The Neighbourhood on Conan, 11pm, TBS
– Jason Derulo on Chelsea Lately, 11pm, E!
– Aaron Sorkin on The Daily Show, 11pm, Comedy Central
– Journalist Jeremy Scahill on The Colbert Report, 11:30pm, Comedy Central
– Savannah Guthrie, Anthony Jeselnik, and Johnnyswim on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, 11:35pm, NBC
– Bruce Willis, Bud Selig, and Valerie Simpson on Late Show with David Letterman, 11:35pm, CBS
– Kristen Wiig, Nick Cannon, and Adam Ant on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, 12:37am, NBC
– Julie Chen and Michael Palascak on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, 12:37am, CBS
WHAT ARE YOU WATCHING TONIGHT?