Watch it

“Community” (8 p.m., NBC). It’s a “Dungeons & Dragons”-themed episode, and “Community” does surreal, themed episodes filled with inside jokes and obscure references better than any other series on TV. Should be good.

“The Office” (9 p.m., NBC). Michael gets lost at a gas station bathroom (Jim has an emergency and has to strand him there) and the office scrambles to send out a search party.

“Parks and Recreation” (9:30 p.m., NBC). Leslie wants to bury a time capsule for the town, and Will Forte (“SNL”) guest-stars as a weird dude who insists on including “Twilight.”

“30 Rock” (10 p.m., NBC). Jack sucks up to his new boss at Kabletown, and Liz fakes being pregnant. Vanessa Minnillo guest-stars as Avery’s rival anchorwoman.

Record it

“Wipeout” (8 p.m., ABC). Ugh, I’m kinda tired of it already. Come back in summer.

“Archer” (10 p.m., FX). Malory’s broke, so she tries to sell ISIS to a rival spy agency whose chief (Jeffrey Tambor) lusts after her. Raunchy hilarity ensues. This would be a must-watch if not for “30 Rock,” especially since NBC’s comedies run long and mess up your recordings. Luckily, the schedule works so you can record “Archer” and watch it right after, instead of “Outsourced.”

“Jersey Shore” (10 p.m., MTV). Snooki meets a nice guy. Well, except for the fact that he’s engaged. That shouldn’t stop her though. Meanwhile, Ronnie and Sam’s relationship is on the rocks. Wait, that’s not meanwhile, that’s every freaking episode. Also, Ronnie gets checked out after he poops blood. And that promises to be a whole lot more cringe-worthy than Vinny’s Season 1 pinkeye.

“Late Night with David Letterman” (11:35 p.m., CBS). Dave enters a wormhole and transports back to 1991. Guests are Howard Stern and Naughty by Nature. Whuck?

Skip it

“Perfect Couples” (8:30 p.m., NBC). Kinda the gaping hole in the NBC lineup tonight (well, besides “Outsourced”). The cast isn’t bad, and I think there’s potential here, but it’s just not a very good show yet. “Cougar Town” started out the same way, so check back later, maybe it’ll improve as the season goes on.

Super Bowl Fan Jam 2011 (9 p.m., VH1). A big concert/Pepsi commercial with Kid Rock, Duran Duran and Jason Derulo. Now there’s a cross-genre/cross-generational lineup that, as a whole, will appeal to absolutely no one.