1) “Bob (Hearts) Abishola” return, 8:30 p.m., CBS. After missing last week (because of the all-night “NCIS” crossover), one of TV’s best comedies has its first new episode in six weeks. When we left it, Abishola was fretting: Bob mortgaged the house to finance a risky step, moving sock-production back to Detroit. Now there’s a new dispute on whether Dele (shown here with Bob) should be driving.
2) More (and less) comedy. Comedy fans will also note that “The Neighborhood” is back to having new episodes; Calvin and Tina head to Madrid, for the honeymoon they never had, while their neighbors and sons plan a surprise. The bad news, however, is that TBS’ brilliant “Miracle Workers” has vanished. It was scheduled for tonight, then delayed.
3) Football, 8:15 p.m. ET, ABC and ESPN. The first pro-playoff round ends with two teams trying to right themselves. Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Bucs won their division, but had only an 8-9 record; the Dallas Cowboys are 12-5, but their offense crumbled in the regular-season finale. Tonight’s winner will continue this weekend, two steps from the Super Bowl.
4) “Fantasy Island,” 8 p.m., Fox. It’s a reunion, pairing James Denton with Teri Hatcher – who was his neighbor, then wife, then widow on “Desperate Housewives.” They play empty-nesters, deciding if they should stay together. It’s an OK story, complete with Andy Richter as a gameshow host. A better story involves the 70-something Ruby, who was given a youthful body. Javier’s newfound daughter helps nudge her into a youthful mindset.
5) ALSO: On “Alert” (9 p.m., Fox, rerunning Tuesday), a young woman went to a house party and never returned. And on “Quantum Leap” (10 p.m., NBC, after “America’s Got Talent: All-Stars”), Ben suddenly occupies the body of a 1990s bounty hunter.