“Raising Hope” (9 p.m., Fox). I watched last week for the first time in months, and it was pretty darn funny. I might have to start tuning in more often. Tonight, Virginia’s rival and cousin (guest star Amy Sedaris) makes a surprise visit to collect Maw Maw’s inheritance and steal Burt.
“Lights Out” (10 p.m., FX). The Morales fight nears, and Lights is losing weight too fast and still has a bad eye. Uh oh. That could be a problem if the fix wasn’t in. (Come on, you don’t trust Barry K. Word to do this fair, do you?) Meanwhile, Daniella acts out and gets into trouble at school, and Lights gets support from an unlikely source: Death Row Reynolds.
“Glee” (8 p.m., Fox). It’s a very special episode about teen drinking, and Kurt feels hurt after his crush Blaine kisses Rachel at a party while playing Spin the Bottle. Speaking of Blaine, I recently found out that actor went to my high school. That’s cool, our previous acting claim to fame was the guy who played Woody’s French rival, the “I’m-going-to-steal-your-girlfriend” guy on”Cheers.” Go ‘Cats!
“Traffic Light” (9:30 p.m., Fox). I haven’t given up on this yet, but it’s still not a very good show. Tonight, the gang is thrown off when an attractive female co-worker starts hanging out with the guys. This might be the make-it or break-it episode for me.
“White Collar” (10 p.m., USA). Peter and Neal track an FBI agent who’s selling witness locations, but Peter thinks he’s being set up.
“My Life as Liz” (11 p.m., MTV). Liz finishes her art project, smooches with her new boyfriend, then gets bad news from her nerd herd.
Game of the night
Celtics vs. Warriors (7:30 p.m., CSN-BA). The Beast of the East comes to Oakland. Fun game to start the second half of the season.
“Real Housewives of Miami” (10 p.m., Bravo). Series premiere. God, please make the “Real Housewives” phenomenon stop. Please.