What to watch on Wednesday, August 14...
8pm, ABC Family
Melissa & Joey
Joe and Ryder mistakenly hawk an old video of Mel’s at a garage sale, and she goes to great lengths to retrieve it because Season 2 of Clarissa Explains It All is surprisingly hard to come by. Meanwhile in “Bad Influence,” Lennox’s pen pal is all a-twitter to meet face-to-face, having just been released from prison.
T-bone steaks and poultry are at the center of this week’s challenges for the seven remaining chefs. Incidentally, T-Bone & Poultry is the name of Gordon Ramsay’s next series, a TNT buddy cop drama debuting in spring 2014.
SEASON 3 FINALE, 9pm, TNT
Franklin & Bash
In “Gone in a Flash,” new evidence suggests that Pindar is to blame for the Man Cave’s demolition—a crime which, under Bro Code Section 14, is punishable by a five-to-seven-year harshed buzz and 500 hours of brommunity service. Making matters even more unawesome, the entire group is ensnared in an insurance fraud investigation.
10pm, Comedy Central
An eerie alien melody is haunting Fry in “Game of Tones,” and the Planet Expressketeers voyage into his very subconscious to trace its source. When the trip puts them on course for a mission in 1999, they discover something truly chilling: Seth MacFarlane voicing Fry’s beloved pooch Seymour.
SEASON 4 PREMIERE, 10pm, A&E
Wedding bells are quacking for Phil and Kay in “Til Duck Do Us Part.” (Don’t ask me how that works sonically, just trust me.) While the gang plans a surprise ceremony, Si keeps the happy couple occupied with a tour of places that evoke fond relationship reminiscences.
Marco finds the skeletons in Sonya and Hank’s closet in “ID,” while Sonya strikes up a rapport with an important witness. Elsewhere, Charlotte seeks the aid of an old friend.
10pm, BBC America
As the Latimers battle with grief, the tragedy ripples through the rest of the town. Hardy and Miller canvas for suspects and try to pin down the site of the murder.
“Sucker Punch” finds Dani treating a one-time boxing champ who’s determined to strap on the gloves again, while TK and Nico are both drawn to the V3 clinic, but with very different goals.
10:30pm, TV Land
In “Prelude to a Kiss,” Phil strikes out on his own with Eden in tow as his assistant, and elsewhere, Haskell becomes Holly’s temporary assistant. With no other characters soliciting or offering assistant services, Stuart must settle for a C-story about his grudge against an unflattering Yelp reviewer.
– Eric Bana, Josh Gad, and The National on Conan, 11pm, TBS
– Amber Heard on Chelsea Lately, 11pm, E!
– Regis Philbin on The Daily Show, 11pm, Comedy Central
– Kevin Spacey on The Colbert Report, 11:30pm, Comedy Central
– Oprah Winfrey, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, and The Wanted on Jimmy Kimmel Live, 11:35pm, ABC