1) “Crime Scene Kitchen” finale, 9 p.m., Fox. For two summers, Fadi Odeh and T Lawrence-Simon (shown here) have brightened cooking showa. Last year, they were opponents in “The Great Chocolate Showdown”; T tied for runner-up, with Fadi finishing sixth. Now they’re together, in a season that started with 12 duos, half of them classically trained. Fadi and T are the only self-taught cooks in the final three. In fact, T also performs and teaches circus aerial acts.
2) “Claim to Fame,” 10 p.m., ABC. Each week, one person guesses which celebrity another is related to. Last year, seven of eight guesses were right; going into this fairly interesting hour, it’s only been four of seven. Viewers might feel the clues about Chris’ kin are obvious – puppy love, teen idol, many-colored dreamcoat, Utah, Las Vegas – but these folks are floundering. So far, they’ve tried Elvis and Elton; it’s kind of fun seeing them flail.
3) More reality shows, 8 p.m. On ABC’s “The Bachelorette,” it’s the “men tell all” episode; a week later, Charity Laswon (a therapist, 27) chooses Datun Olubeko, 30, a medical specialist; or Joe Graziadei, 27, a tennis pro. And on Fox’s “Stars on Mars,” the seven remaining contestants have a fresh crisis – finding their runaway dog.
4) “Bob (Hearts) Abishola,” 8:30 p.m.,. CBS. Bob tries to intervene (again) and is told he was wrong (again). This time, he convinces Kemi’s handsome boyfriend to propose to her. Abishola intervenes.
5) “Miracle Workers,” 10 p.m., TBS. The news of her pregnancy throws Freya into a funk and Sid into his happy place. (Daniel Radcliffe, who did a Broadway musical, gets to do a few quick dance moves.) It’s a clever episode, satirizing lots of common attitudes. A second story – sort of your typical robot-and-dog time-travel tale – is OK.