1) “The Bachelorette,” 8-10 p.m., ABC. It’s “fantasy suite” night, when Charity Lawson (shown here) invites the final three guys to separately each spend a night with her. (Historically, guys tend to accept these invitations.) Last week, she visited four home towns, then ousted Aaron Bryant. That leaves Joey Graziadel, a tennis pro from Hawaii; Xavier Bonner, a biomedical scientist from Ohio; and Dutan Olubeko, a medical specialist from Fresno.
2) “Son of a Critch,” 8 p.m., CW. In 1988, the Nova Scotia government invested in a hydroponic greenhouse. Skeptics grumbled, pointing out that the typical family only spent $1.56 a year on cucumbers; the project soon folded, losing $22 million. That’s the backdrop for an adequate episode that also has Mark trying his first sleepovers. Afterward, catch the “Bob (Hearts) Abishola” rerun at 8:30 on CBS, then return to CW for “Children Ruin Everything.”
3) “The Great American Recipe” finale (PBS) and “Crime Scene Kitchen” semi-finals (Fox), both 9 p.m. On PBS, it’s time for the “grand finale feast,” with one of the final three becoming champion. Fox, meanwhile, is a week away from its finish, in an odd show. Is it only about guessing what to make, or does the quality of the result count, too? Despite the confusion, “Kitchen” is amiable enough, with a sharp host (Joel McHale) and likable chefs.
4) “Claim to Fame,” 10 p.m.,. ABC. In the first season, people kept correctly guessing whom their housemates were related to; they nailed seven out of eight guesses. This year? Last week brought the second miss in six weeks, when Olivia guessed that Karsyn is related to Jeff Gordon; Olivia was ousted … and identified as Jenny McCarthy’s niece. Tonight, there’s some indecision, proving that people born in the 1990s don’t reallyk now ‘70s pop idols.
5) “Miracle Workers,” 10 p.m., TBS, rerunning at 10:30. Maybe you’ve been wondering whether it would be better to be a pet dog or a human. If so, here’s a definitive answer. That’s in an offbeat – and mostly funny – episode that has human actors portraying a car, a robot and (maybe) a dog.