Chuck (NBC): New. Tony Hale (Arrested Development) guest stars as an efficiency expert at Buy More and Chuck is having trouble explaining his behavior.
Heroes (NBC): New. Nathan and Tracy are trying to get away from Suresh. Elle is back and has a surprise for Claire. Angela wants Sylar to try and save Peter.
My Own Worst Enemy (NBC): New. Edward is sent on a trip to Mexico to get the plans for a new nuclear bomb. Tom’s wife has grown suspicious of all his travel and has hired a private investigator to look into it.
Gossip Girl (The CW): New. Jenny makes a new friend that is a bad influence, leading to a confrontation with Eleanor Waldorf. Blair is trying to seduce Chuck. Serena meets someone new.
Two and a Half Men (CBS): Repeat. Charlie is attracted to an older woman in “If My Hole Could Talk” from last season. Runs 31 minutes.
Samantha Who? (ABC): New. Tony Hale (Arrested Development) guest stars as a doctor heading up a clinical trial regarding memory loss that gives Sam a pill that helps her recover some memory fragments. Stars two minutes after the half hour.
Boston Legal (CBS): New. Alan and Denny are hanging out on a dude ranch in Utah. Betty White (Golden Girls) guest stars and is being defended by Shirley.
Good Eats (Food Network): New. Alton helps you create the perfect shepherd’s pie. Plays again later.
How’d That Get on My Plate? (Food Network): New. See how “Jalapeños” are picked, packaged and turned into salsa. Plays again later.
The Closer (TNT): Repeat. Episode six from this past season, “Problem Child,” replays.
Raising the Bar (TNT): New. Jerry is defending an HIV-positive guy on murder charges after he spit in the face of a cop. Plays again later.
Bravo has 14 episodes of The West Wing.
Sci Fi has the eight-hour, four-part Stephen King’s The Stand miniseries.