New Directions take on Whitney's greatest hits
"Diners, Drive-in And Dives" 9 p.m., Food: Oh, Guy Fieri, ... you had me at "pancake burritos."
"Hotel Impossible" 9 p.m., Travel: Here's a free tip: Never stay at a place designed by M.C. Escher.
"Glee" 7 p.m., Fox: The gang honors Whitney Houston by performing her greatest hits and Dick Clark by never aging.
"The L.A. Complex" 8 p.m., the CW: I think the CW's complex is that it's forever stuck in a destructive and abusive pattern of remaking "Melrose Place."
"Nova" 8 p.m., PBS: Did you know the temperature of the sun's core is 27 million degrees Fahrenheit? I know it sounds hot, but that's only 14,999,982 degrees Celsius.
"Revenge" 9 p.m., ABC: Emily learns who killed her father, and that person is in for a world of hurt.
"Parks and Recreation" 8:30 p.m., NBC: Amy Poehler wrote and directed this episode in which her character, Leslie Knope, engages her opponent (Paul Rudd) in a live debate.
"Awake" 9 p.m., NBC: A football game plays out differently in Britten's two warring realities. In my one, it's always the same — the Bears never get to the Super Bowl.
"CSI:NY" 8 p.m., CBS: Parts of a dismembered body are left at four different street corners. Wow, that guy gets around town.
"Fringe" 8 p.m., Fox: The two universes must unite to battle a common enemy: cancellation.
"Cats 101" 7 p.m., Animal Planet: It's said that the creatures have nine lives, and television and the Internet will not rest until we've been forced to watch every last boring, aloof minute of each of them.
"The Killing" 8 p.m., AMC: Who killed Rosie Larsen? Who cares. I was the last person watching and defending this show, so y'all can shut it down now.
"The Good Wife" 8 p.m., CBS: Season 3 ends tonight.
"Mad Men" 9 p.m., AMC: Pete, Roger and Don team up in the quest for new clients. Which is good, because they've all been getting along so well.