Watch it

“Rubicon” (9 p.m., AMC). Will receives a surprising offer from his creepy boss, Kale. Meanwhile, Katherine uncovers a link between her husband’s death and another suicide.

“Mad Men” (10 p.m., AMC). Peggy clashes with her new creative partner, and Don makes an unusual pitch. I’ve said it before, but I love how the “Mad Men” previews for the following week are just a jumble of non-sequiturs that give you no clue what’s coming up. I know the creators like to keep the plot under wraps; I’ll bet they’re contractually obligated to have previews, and intentionally make them as vague as possible just to fight the power.

Record it

“True Blood” (9 p.m., HBO). Eric slows down his revenge train, and Bill’s plan to win back Sookie backfires.

“The Great Food Truck Race” (9 p.m., Food Network). The remaining five teams are in Fort Worth, and have to carve a Texas-sized slab of beef.

“Drop Dead Diva” (9 p.m., Lifetime). Paula Abdul guest-stars in the two-hour season finale, as Jane works on cases involving cyber-bullying and cryogenics. Gail O’Grady and Natasha Henstridge also guest-star.

“The Glades” (10 p.m., A&E). A sleazy divorce attorney is found murdered a bunch of different ways. Hey, if at first you don’t succeed . . .

Delocated(10 p.m., Cartoon Network). Jon’s life gets weird when his son David decides he wants to become a woman. That would be a pretty good witness protection move though.

Childrens Hospital” (10:30 p.m., Cartoon Network). Who needs a plot when you have so much sick and twistedness sprayed everywhere?

“Hung” (10 p.m., HBO). Ray has (another) horrible day, and Tanya finally tells off Ray, Lenore and Patty.

“Entourage” (10:30 p.m., HBO). Turtle tries to get Mark Cuban to invest in the tequila business, and Drama gets more encouragement/pressure to do an animated series.

Skip it

Emmy Awards (5 p.m., NBC, and rerun at 8). Yep, seriously, skip it. There are far more entertaining and high-quality shows on tonight. You’d think an event like this would celebrate all the greatness of TV, but it almost always ends up being a mess, with a bloated production, head-slappingly frustrating winners and unfunny hosts (uh oh, it’s Jimmy Fallon this year. I’m actually liking him on late night, but I see tonight as an impending disaster).