Tonight's Best TV
A Daily Guide to Notable Shows
Slumpy with mediocrity since the seemingly sensible Jess/Nick (Zooey Deschanel/Jake Johnson) romance blew up, New Girl stokes comeback hopes with an inspired season 4 premiere. Jess and the boys attend a wedding—the last in a summer full of them—determined to find romance; they're a five-fingered ''sex fist'' (Jess' hilariously poor metaphor for the quintet) ready for action. The ensuing farce is packed with ribald punchlines, awkward comedy antics, and a showcase for the chemistry and comic timing of the cast—and for guest Jessica Biel, who nearly steals the show. Whatever you did over the summer, New Girl Do it every week. A
The CIA tries to preempt the next stage of Dr. Sayer's deadly plan. Well, his Ph.D. was in deadly-plan studies.
It's the last competition before Nationals, so you know what that means: Soon you'll be able to stop thinking about Dance Moms.
Rob McElhenney guests as Morgan's cousin Lou. This is the second phase of the great It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphiato Mindy Project actor migration plan.
The gang needs help with a problem: car doors.
Three Vegas performers and a Texan face off using garden gnomes and neckties. Instead of doing magic, they just reproduce Gnomeo and Juliet.
A Chicagoan surprises High Noon with an odd request: tattoos in honor of da Bears, da Bulls, and da Vinci.
Carter discovers unsettling secrets that could upset her family. It turns out their last name is actually Wahlberg.
The Tosh-produced comedy tends to rise above your average adult-animation fare, tonight's ep included. Obama is coming, giving the park's rangers and rednecks reason to touch on everything from health care to Game of Thrones to puke. It may not be as deft as South Park, but Brickleberry has the same off-color spirit and enthusiasm. B