"2 Broke Girls" 7:30 p.m., CBS: Carolina and Max tackle taxes, which kind of makes sense: You can't spell "taxes" without S, E and X.
"House" 8 p.m., Fox: The good doctor treats a patient who is bleeding from the eyes. Hey - I told y'all to stop watching "Dancing With the Stars."
"Mike & Molly" 8:30 p.m., CBS: The show the creator insists isn't about fat jokes spend an episode on a wedding gown that's too tight.
"Glee" 7 p.m., Fox: This tribute to "Saturday Night Fever" gives me a Tuesday night headache.
"Ringer" 8 p.m., The CW: This year's guiltiest pleasure ends its freshman season with a spate of juicy revelations.
"Raising Hope" 8:30 p.m., Fox: Season 2 ends with a custody battle.
"Nova" 8 p.m., PBS: If you have a cruise scheduled in the next couple of weeks, you may want to skip tonight's examination of the crafts' safety issues.
"Don't Trust the B---- in Apt. 23" 8:30 p.m., ABC: James (Van Der Beek, playing himself) tries to teach an acting class, but all his students want is a recitation from "Dawson's Creek."
"Revenge" 9 p.m., ABC: The wish-fulfillment tale of one-percenter smackdown in the Hamptons returns.
"Vampire Diaries" 7 p.m., The CW: Elena and Damon fear that Jeremy is in with a bad crowd. Boy, when a vampire thinks you're keeping poor company, maybe there's something to it.
"Independent Lens" 9 p.m., PBS: "Revenge of the Electric Car" examines the state of the environmentally friendly auto race.
"Who Do You Think You Are?" 7 p.m., NBC: I keep hoping the show will chronicle Eddie Murphy so that the answer can be, "I'm Gumby, dammit!"
"Fringe" 8 p.m., Fox: Just when you thought things were getting back to (well, semi-) normal, we hurtle forward again to the year 2036 and an "epic battle" involving the Observers.
"Alien Tornado" 8 p.m., Syfy: Aliens attack the Earth with tornadoes. You've got to hand it to Syfy - the network never plays bait and switch with its titles.
"Fox 25th Anniversary Special" 7 p.m., Fox: The network Bart Simpson built pats itself on the back with appearances including Calista Flockhart ("Ally McBeal") David Duchovny ("The X-Files").
"Masterpiece Classic" 8 p.m., PBS: A dramatization of Sebastian Faulks' novel "Birdsong" kicks off with the first of two parts.
"Veep" 9 p.m., HBO: Julia Louis-Dreyfus stars as the vice president in a new half-hour comedy.