Once Upon a Time (8pm, ABC) - Emma learns more about Henry's theories and the people of Storybrooke, while Mayor Regina uses a gift of apples to encourage her to leave the town. In the fairytale world, the Evil Queen makes a deal with Rumplestiltskin (Robert Carlyle, left) to get the curse she needs.
The Simpsons (8pm, Fox) - In Treehouse of Horror XXII, Homer gets his arm caught in a boulder in an isolated canyon, where's paralyzed by can communicate via natural gases. Mountain climber Aron Ralston provides his own voice.
Allen Gregory (8:30pm, Fox) - A new animated series about an arrogant and mature-beyond-his-years seven-year-old (voiced by Jonah Hill) who must attend public school after one of his fathers makes a bad investment. Check out Adrienne's review.
The Walking Dead (9pm, AMC) - The group await Shane's return from the school, unaware that he's trapped and surrounded by zombies. Meanwhile, Daryl and Andrea continue to scour the woods for Sophia.
The Good Wife (9pm, CBS) - It's the season of the ex-wife on "The Good Wife." This time, Eli's ex (Parker Posey) asks him to vet her for a possible political campaign.
Case Histories (9pm, UNC-TV) - The third episode in this series finds Scottish PI Jackson Brodie acquiring a teen partner (Gwyneth Keyworth) who wants him to find her missing employer in exchange for having saved his life after he's involved in a train wreck. Based on the stories of Kate Atkinson.
Homeland (10pm, Showtime) - Carrie believes her suspicions about Brody may be proven correct when he confronts the sole survivor of the insurgents who held him hostage. But the reunion ultimately raises even more questions. This series, filmed partially in Charlotte, was just renewed for a second season.
Pan Am (10pm, ABC) - Katie is given a difficult mission involving Yugoslavian diplomat Niko Lonza (Goran Visnjic), and Maggie fights to keep her job after she's accused of insubordination.