1) “Holey Moley” season-finale, 8 and 9 p.m., ABC. Each era, alas, has a different legacy. In 1969, we had the summer of Woodstock; in 2019, we have the summer when miniature golf (shown here) became a primetime, big-network sport. Now we get a champion, with sports stars dropping in. It’s golfer Michelle Wei in the first hour, gymnast Gabrielle Douglas in the second, basketball’s Steph Curry (who produces this show) in both. He even asks why there aren’t more mini-sports. Mini-basketball maybe?
2) Football, 8 p.m. ET, Fox. Two Florida teams meet in a pre-season game, with the Jacksonville Jaguars (5-11 last year) at the Miami Dolphins (7-9). It’s kind of like miniature golf, only with fewer windmills and more crunching collisions and …. OK, it’s not at all like miniature golf.
3) “The Big Bang Theory,” 8 p.m., CBS. In a funny rerun, Sheldon and Amy must try something they’re not familiar with: Being charming. Their competitors for the Nobel Prize (Sean Astin and Kal Penn) are already doing that; now Sheldon and Amy try to get some support from past winners.
4) “Two Sentence Horror Stories,” 9 and 9:30 p.m., CW. The first episode, a good one, has the subtle horror of real life, as a rich, gay teen struggles with cancer. The second is a rerun of the opener, with a serial killer obsessing on single moms.
5) “Baskets” series finale, 10 p.m., FX, rerunning at 11. From the start, this has been shrouded by hopelessness. Fresh from French clown school, Chip (Zach Galifianakis) had a sham marriage, a mean brother and no prospects. Last week’s episode (rerunning at 10:30) was a neat detour, with the family converging on the state Capitol; now the shroud returns. Tonight’s only fun comes from Martha Kelly as Chip’s dour friend. Best plan: Catch last week’s terrific episode at 10:30, then the so-so finale at 11.