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Tues­day One Big Happy 11 p.m. on NBC

Sup­pose Luke and Pru­dence (Nick Zano, Kelly Brook) ac­tu­ally weren’t mar­ried? It turns out they’re not, as the new episode “A Tale of Two Hub­bies” re­veals their Las Ve­gas wed­ding wasn’t legal. Lizzy Elisha Cuth­bert) tries to cor­rect he sit­u­a­tion quickly by ar­rang­ing an­other cer­e­mony for them, but pre­vi­ously un­known in­for­ma­tion about Pru­dence’s past could af­fect hat plan. Re­becca Corry, Chris Wil­liams and Bran­don My­chal Smith also star.


black­ish 11:01 p.m. on ABC

Dre (An­thony An­der­son) has con­cerns both per­sonal and pro­fes­sional when an ex­ec­u­tive (guest star Michael Rapaport) chooses some­one else to go af­ter an ur­ban-themed ac­count in the new episode “Switch Hit­ting.” The other rep­re­sen­ta­tive (guest star Deon Cole) seems so un­likely to close the deal, Dre won­ders what it is about him­self that got him re­placed. Pops (Lau­rence Fish­burne) is con­tacted by the In­ter­nal Rev­enue Ser­vice.


The Black­list 10:30 p.m. on NTV, NBC; 1:30 a.m. on GLO

Atyp­i­cally taken out of com­mis­sion, a se­ri­ously ail­ing Red (James Spader) asks Liz (Megan Boone) to pre­vent an­other at­tempt on his life by find­ing a per­son from his past in the new episode “Leonard Caul.” In turn, she gets help — quite un­ex­pect­edly — from Tom (Ryan Eg­gold). David Strathairn (“Lin­coln,” “The Bourne Le­gacy”) reprises his ear­lier guest role as The Direc­tor. Diego Klat­ten­hoff and Harry Len­nix also star.


Grimm 9:30 p.m. on NBC

A mur­der rep­re­sents a rite of pas­sage for a We­sen, giv­ing Nick and Hank (David Gi­un­toli, Rus­sell Hornsby) ex­tra con­cerns in try­ing to solve the homi­cide in the new episode “Iron Hans.” Juliette (Bit­sie Tul­loch) finds kin­ship where she didn’t ex­pect it, and Adalind (Claire Cof­fee) may be an ad­di­tional help to her. Cap­tain Renard (Sasha Roiz) strug­gles with his darker in­stincts. Si­las Weir Mitchell and Bree Turner also star.

Movie: Night at the Mu­seum: Battle of the Smith­so­nian 9:30 p.m. on FOX

Any­one familiar with the first film won’t find much that’s very sur­pris­ing in this 2009 com­edy-fan­tasy se­quel, but the re­sult is en­ter­tain­ing enough. Hi­lary Swank also played Amelia Earhart fairly re­cently, but Amy Adams had a crack at it ear­lier, since the avi­a­trix is among the his­toric fig­ures en­coun­tered by ex-se­cu­rity guard Larry (Ben Stiller) as he as­sists in re­lo­cat­ing ex­hibits from his for­mer work­place to the Smith­so­nian In­sti­tu­tion. Robin Wil­liams also stars.

Satur­day Movie: Toy Story 3 9:30 p.m. on ABC

There’s still plenty of life left in Buzz Lightyear and cow­boy Woody, as Tim Allen and Tom Hanks reprise their voice roles in this de­light­ful and quite af­fect­ing 2010 se­quel to the ear­lier Dis­neyPixar box-of­fice smashes. With their owner, Andy, head­ing off to col­lege, most of his toys — ex­cept Woody, who goes with him — get a new des­ti­na­tion, a day care cen­ter where they aren’t treated too well. Michael Keaton gives voice to Ken, long­time boyfriend of Bar­bie.


The Good Wife 10:30 p.m. on NTV, CBS; 1:30 a.m. on GLO

Oliver Platt (“The Big C”) con­tin­ues his guest role as Reese “R.D.” Dip­ple in the new episode “The De­con­struc­tion,” in which he puts Diane (Christine Baran­ski) to an­other test. Cary (Matt Czuchry) also is in­volved, as well as two con­ser­va­tive at­tor­neys, in de­batin manda­tory min­i­mum sen­tenc­ing. Caught in a pos­si­ble case of vote fraud, Ali­cia (Ju­lianna Mar­gulies) has no choice but to re­sign the state’s at­tor­ney job she re­cently won.


Gotham 9:30 p.m. on FOX

Bar­bara (Erin Richards) falls prey to the Ogre (guest star Milo Ven­timiglia), mak­ing Gor­don (Ben McKen­zie) all the more des­per­ate to find the vil­lain, in the new episode “The Anvil or the Ham­mer.” The Pen­guin (Robin Lord Tay­lor) launches an all-out as­sault that leads to ever-mount­ing car­nage. Bruce (David Ma­zouz) is shocked by what he learns about his fam­ily’s com­pany. Morena Bac­carin and David Zayas guest star. Dona Logue also stars.

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