Watch it

“60 Minutes” (7 p.m., CBS). Steve Croft holds the first interview with Conan O’Brien since his ouster from NBC. Conan’s buyout agreement prevents him from dishing too much dirt, but based on the excerpts, he still has some interesting thoughts on the whole late-night drama.

“Amazing Race” (8 p.m., CBS). The remaining four teams race around Shanghai. Pleasepleasepleasepleaseplease let it be Brent & Caite who get bumped from the final three.

“The Pacific” (9 p.m., HBO). After three harrowing episodes on Peleliu, there’s a break in the action. Basilone finally gets out of hawking war bond and starts training recruits at Camp Pendleton in preparation for Iwo Jima. And while there he falls for female Marine sergeant.

“Breaking Bad” (10 p.m., AMC). Hank kinda goes off the deep end, which isn’t good for anyone. And here come The Cousins . . . .

“Boondocks” (11:30 p.m., Cartoon Network). After a couple years’ hiatus, the animated series is back for a third season. How will Huey’s life change with a black president?

“Aqua Teen Hunger Force” (midnight, Cartoon Network). The sick, surreal animated comedy celebrates its 100th episode. Ch-check it out.

Record it

“Family Guy” (9 p.m., Fox). It’s a special hourlong episode celebrating the series’ 150th episode. This one has Stewie and Brian trapped in a bank vault together. Ooooh: Two walk in; only one walks out!

“Masterpiece Mystery” (9 p.m., PBS). It’s the return of “Foyle’s War,” with a new chapter to the World War II-era mystery set along the English coast. Tonight, Detective Chief Superintendent Christopher Foyle has to deal with a local crime wave and an escaped Russian POW.

“Into the Universe with Stephen Hawking” (9 p.m., Discovery). The story of everything, from the Big Bang to the creation of stars to black holes to the theoretical end of the universe. Trippy stuff.

“The Story of America” (9 p.m., History). Pioneers head West, gold is discovered in California, slavery tears apart the country and Lincoln is elected president. Pretty uneventful period.

“Treme” (10 p.m., HBO). I still haven’t seen last week’s episode. Maybe I can double up tonight before I fall too far behind.

On the ice

NHL playoffs: Sharks vs. Red Wings (5 p.m., Versus). San Jose will look to open up a 2-0 lead over the always-tough Wings.

Skip it

“Chefs vs. City” (9 p.m., Food Network). Chris Cosentino and Aaron Sanchez take on Jamie and Bobby Deen in Savannah, Ga. Meh.