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1 The Bach­e­lorette

9 p.m. on (ABC-B)

You know the end of this se­ries’ sea­son is com­ing when the “The Men Tell All” edi­tion is shown, and in­deed, the fi­nale airs next Mon­day — but first, it’s time for suit­ors al­ready sent pack­ing by Kait­lyn Bris­towe to get their fi­nal shots in. Host Chris Har­ri­son may have to play ref­eree more than usual, since there was much dis­cord among the fel­lows who all came into the dat­ing show hop­ing to be the last one stand­ing. In other words, sparks are bound to fly here.

2 So You Think You Can Dance

9 p.m. on (CTV) (FOX-R)

The re­sults of view­ers hav­ing a voice be­come known for the first time this sea­son in the new episode “Top 20 Per­form and Elim­i­na­tion,” as the 20 stage and street dancers who got to this point of the com­pe­ti­tion show their stuff. How­ever, they all won’t be here next week, since the tab­u­la­tion of Amer­ica’s vot­ing re­veals who’s be­ing sent home. Judges Paula Ab­dul, Jason Derulo and Nigel Lyth­goe also give their views. Cat Dee­ley is the host.

3 2 Broke Girls

9 p.m. on (CBS-B)

“Rhoda” her­self, vet­eran tele­vi­sion tal­ent Va­lerie Harper, guest stars in “And the Great Un­washed.” She plays a cus­tomer of Max and Caro­line (Kat Den­nings, Beth Behrs), who are sur­prised to learn she’s a cel­e­brated pho­tog­ra­pher. That’s not all she’s kept un­der wraps, as the wait­resses soon dis­cover. Gar­rett Mor­ris and Matthew Moy also star.

4 Mike & Molly

9:30 p.m. on (CBS-B)

If you’re di­et­ing, when is it OK to let loose a lit­tle and in­dulge in some­thing you crave? Mike (Billy Gardell) strug­gles with the ques­tion in “Pie Fight,” as he hits a weightloss goal and makes the dicey for-de­ci­sion to go for a piece of pie. The next ques­tion is, can — and will — he be able to stop at just one? Melissa McCarthy, Reno Wil­son and Nyambi Nyambi also star.

5 Scorpion

10 p.m. on (CBS-B)

Mu­sic is a ma­jor mat­ter in “Risky Busi­ness,” to the de­gree that Scott “Kid Cudi” Mes­cudi and Cliff “Method Man” Smith guest star. Their char­ac­ters fig­ure into the team’s probe of a mu­sic blog­ger’s mur­der, lead­ing to an al­go­rithm that yields hit songs. Wal­ter (Elyes Gabel) is in a tough spot when he’s asked by Drew (guest star Bren­dan Hines) to be the lat­ter’s con­duit to Ralph (Ri­ley B. Smith).

6 NCIS: Los An­ge­les

10:59 p.m. on (CBS-B)

Callen (Chris O’Don­nell) and his team em­bark on a des­per­ate city­wide search af­ter learn­ing that some­one from their past has marked one of them for death in “The 3rd Choir.” Else­where, op­er­a­tional psy­chol­o­gist Nate Getz (Peter Cam­bor, in his re­cur­ring role) tries to help Nell (Re­nee Felice Smith) re­cover from her trauma. Gerald McRaney, Jur­gen Prochnow and John Heard also guest star.

7 Mur­der in the First

11 p.m. on (BVO)

The truth about In­spec­tor Navarro (Lom­bardo Bo­yar) leads Terry and Hildy (Taye Diggs, Kath­leen Robert­son) to Mexico, while an an­gry Suger (Mo McRae) pre­pares for war. Jamie (Laila Robins) un­cov­ers a painful event from Dustin’s (Ma­teus Ward) child­hood, and Raffi’s (Em­manuelle Chriqui) in­ves­ti­ga­tion takes an un­ex­pected turn in the new episode “State of the Union.”

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