1) “Bob (Hearts) Abishola,” 8:30 p.m., CBS. Abishola has no hobbies, no diversions, no distractions. “Nigerians don’t do useless things,” she says. Bob (Billy Gardell) would love to be distracted; he fell for her when she was his cardiac nurse. Both are short on words and long on charm; but where can the show finds more laughs? That’s what goofy relatives are for. In last week’s opener, we met his weird siblings; in this episode (which is quite funny), we meet her even-weirder aunt and uncle (shown here).
2) “A Very Brady Renovation” conclusion, 9 p.m., HGTV. It’s the fourth and final chapter of the project re-creating the “Brady Bunch” home. Still remaining are key rooms: Mike Lookinland, who played Bobby, helps with the parents’ bedroom; Barry Williams helps with the bedroom he had as Greg.
3) “9-1-1,” 8 p.m., Fox. Los Angeles has plenty of other troubles, from traffic to wildfires, but now there’s a new one: A massive tsunami hits the Santa Monica Pier. Two of the rescuers, Buck and Christopher, find their own lives in danger.
4) “All Rise,” 9 p.m., CBS. Last week’s debut introduced Lola, who’s easy to root for. A new judge, she’s idealistic and compassionate, ready to clash with her former colleagues in the district attorney’s office. Now a new fight looms, when a defendant may be taken away by an ICE agent.
5) “Bluff City Law,” 10 p.m., NBC. Not all court shows have to be murder trials, you know. Tonight’s smaller story is about two brothers’ dispute over a barbecue-sauce recipe; the bigger one is a fictional version of the real-life dispute between farmers and seed companies, especially Monsanto. Throw in some father-daughter issues and you have powerful layers of emotion. That makes up – partially – for the fact that the main story requires some breaks that seem way too convenient.