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• Seek­ing the com­mon link among Prometheus’ mur­der tar­gets, Oliver even­tu­ally de­ter­mines — via Felic­ity and Cur­tis — that it’s he him­self on a new Ar­row. (CTV Two 10, CW 32 at 8; KTLA at 11)

• On a new Speech­less, JJ helps an in­jured gym­nast who’s try­ing to ad­just to us­ing a wheelchair, and he even­tu­ally de­vel­ops a crush on her. Ray comes up with a tall tale to cover for a photo he ac­ci­den­tally took with his cell phone. (ABC 38 at 8:30)

• As details about the day of the bomb­ing be­gin to emerge, they seem to con­nect a sin­is­ter in­di­vid­ual to that tragic event on a new The Romeo Sec­tion. Mean­while, Sproule comes up with a strat­egy to stay in con­trol. (CBC 20 at 9)

• Bursts of gun­fire dis­rupt a sum­mit meet­ing of U.S. gov­er­nors Pres­i­dent Kirk­man has called to elect a new Congress, throw­ing the pro­ceed­ings into tur­moil on a new Des­ig­nated Sur­vivor. Han­nah turns up more trou­bling in­for­ma­tion. (CTV, ABC 38 at 10)

• On a new episode of Code Black, a col­lege stu­dent be­ing treated at An­gels Me­mo­rial doesn’t re­al­ize she was sex­u­ally as­saulted, leav­ing Malaya to break the trau­matic news to her. Anna­beth Gish and Richard Lewis guest star. (CTV Two 10, CBS 39 at 10)

• In­spired by a suc­cess­ful web­site, the new satirical com­edy series The Beaver­ton, co-an­chored by Emma Hunter and Miguel Ri­vas, fea­tures comedic correspondents fil­ing fauxnews re­ports on a va­ri­ety of cur­rent top­ics. (Com­edy at 10:30)

Min­nie Driver in Speech­less Mar­cia Gay Har­den in Code Black

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