No Ordinary Family (8pm, ABC) - Jim and Stephanie agree to keep their powers under wraps, but Jim uses his abilities to hunt for bank robbers and Stephanie reverts to using her super speed.
Glee (8pm, Fox) - Word on the street is that tonight's episode is much better than last week's weak Britney Spears mess. Word also says the episode is sure to be pretty controversial. In the episode, titled "Grilled Cheesus," Finn has an existential crisis when he thinks he sees the face of Jesus in a grilled cheese sandwich. Then the glee kids engage in a theological discussion after rallying around Kurt when he faces a crisis of his own. The episode will feature songs with a religious theme, such as REM's "Losing My Religion," Billy Joel's "Only the Good Die Young," Joan Osbourne's "One of Us," and Barbra Streisand's "Papa Can You Hear Me."
Raising Hope (9pm, Fox) - Virginia's family convinces her that she is a hoarder, and they set about babyproofing the house because Hope has learned to crawl.
The Good Wife (10pm, CBS) - Whew, we're still thinking about last week's steamy bathroom scene with Peter and Alicia (set to NPR's "All Things Considered," no less). Tonight Alicia goes up against her former colleague Cary in court when she defends an Army reservist accused of murdering his wife.
Caprica (10pm, Syfy) - In the season premiere, Clarice visits Gememon to pitch a terrorist attaack to the STO leadership, while Daniel has a meeting with the Ha'La'Tha where he seeks support for creating a virtual afterlife.