Watch it

“Raising Hope” (9 p.m., Fox). The family suddenly becomes obsessed with cleanliness and moves Maw Maw to the greenhouse.

“Lights Out” (10 p.m., FX). Lights moves into a motel, but misses his family. But he’s got a bigger problems: his blurry vision and his psychopath of an upcoming opponent, “El Diablo” Morales.

Record it

“Glee” (8 p.m., Fox). It’s just too inconsistent. I’ve taken to recording it and only watching the ones that get critical raves after they air, which is about one in three episodes. It’s not like there’s a ton of plot I’m missing out on. Tonight, Rachel seeks Brittany’s help in becoming more popular, and Sue is depressed after the Cheerios’ shocking loss.

“Traffic Light” (9:30 p.m., Fox). Last week’s series premiere was pretty uninspiring. Let’s see if it gets any better this week. Tonight, Adam desperately tries to replace a stuffed puppy that means a lot to his girlfriend after his buddies lose it. Hmmm, more acting-sneaky-so-the-girls-won’t-find-out antics. Seems very familiar, and doesn’t bode well.

And then there’s the 10 p.m. drama logjam, with “Parenthood” (NBC), “The Good Wife” (CBS), “Detroit 1-8-7” (ABC) and “Southland” (TNT). Decent choices, but I long ago gave up on following plotlines.

Skip it

Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show (8 p.m., USA). I used to think this was funny, like watching “Best in Show.” But actually, it’s just kinda boring. Unless you’re really, really, really into dogs.