“Celebrity Apprentice,” 8 and 9 p.m., NBC.
Last week brought
what Ian Ziering called a “bloodbath.” In the first hour, Donald
Trump fired Kenya Moore; in the second, he dumped an entire team --
Johnny Damon, Brandi Glanville and Ziering.
That leaves the
three survivors from the other team – Geraldo Rivera, Leeza Gibbons
and Vivica Fox. Tonight's first hour is a recap of the hirings,
firings, feuds and more in “Apprentice” history; the second
starts the last challenge, with the finalists creating a commercial
for Universal Orlando Resort.
“Sleepy Hollow,” 9 p.m., Fox.
We're two weeks from
the season-finale – when, Fox says, people will die and a key
relationship will shatter. First, Ichabod and Abbie have two
encounters – with demons that guard a secret crypt and with Thomas
Jefferson; he's played by Steven Weber and is not, to our knowledge,
Also, Jenny learns
as secret about Frank Irving.
ALTERNATIVE: “Breaking Bad,” 9:50 a.m. to 9 p.m.; “Better Call
Saul,” 9 and 10 p.m., AMC.
First are reruns of
the final 10 “Breaking Bad” episodes, including the terrific
finale at 7:45 p.m. That gets us in the mood for the spin-off series;
“Saul” reruns its opener (which debuted Sunday) at 9 p.m. and
follows with the second episode, in its regular time slot at 10.
A good mood is
needed, because the “Saul” opener has a silent, black-and-white
prologue of our man doing ... well, nothing. Stick around; the fun
(and the color) arrive when this flashes back to six years before
“Breaking Bad” began. Saul was still using his real name, James
McGill, working the nether regions of the legal world. He plunges
into trouble ... which gets deeper during the 10 p.m. episode.
any time, www.acorn.tv. The
second-to-last “War” episode is slow, solid and surprisingly
dark, pondering post-war anti-Semetism in England. Next week, this
streaming service has the show's strong finale, plus everything else
from the show's eight seasons.
8-10:01 p.m., ABC. Remember when this show went to Paris and such?
Tonight, alas, it goes to Deadwood, S.D.; there, the women meet the
Big and Rich music duo and one goes to their concert. Before that,
they must write and perform a love song. Also, Kelsey incites some
“2 Broke Girls,”
8 p.m., CBS. After a one-night stand, Caroline wants Max to help
break into the guy's apartment, to retrieve the rings she left. This
does not go well for them.
Molly,” 8:30 p.m., CBS. Molly's editor wants her to make a
provocative change in her book, which is already sexually charged.
p.m., CBS. The team must go undercover on a cruise ship, to find and
disable missiles. Meanwhile, young Ralph has his first crush, as
Valentine's Day nears; he gets advice from people who really aren't
that familiar with sophisticated romance.
9-9:45 p.m., HBO. If you missed the start of this six-week
documentary, catch it here. It has the bizarre story of a loner --
living in a tiny apartment and linked to two murders – who turns
out to be from a billion-dollar family. Then things get weirder.
Inheritance,” 9 and 9:30 p.m., Fox Business. It would be easier if
people just gave money. In the first episode, a Colorado Springs
family inherits a museum with the world's largest bug collection; in
the second, an estranged grandfather gives a junk yard ... which has
valuable, pre-1940 cars.
p.m., ABC. Annie Wersching (“24”) returns as Dr. Kelly Nieman, a
high-priced plastic surgeon. Castle and Beckett suspected her in a
previous case; now they're tracing a missing woman.