Glee (8pm, Fox) - The glee kids perform their version of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show," despite Sue's scheming, after Will learns that Emma's a big fan of the 1975 cult-classic movie. John Stamos and "Horror Show" alums Barry Bostwick and Meat Loaf guest star.
No Ordinary Family (8pm, ABC) - Daphne worries about the moral implications of her telepathy when she thinks a classmate and a teacher may be having an affair. Also, Stephanie finds reasons to doubt JJ's assertion that he doesn't have any superpowers.
Raising Hope (9pm, Fox) - We get a full hour of the colorful Chance family tonight. First up, Jimmy offers to take the place of Sabrina's boyfriend when he can't attend her coworker's Halloween party, and Virginia takes Maw-Maw trick-or-treating. Then Jimmy recieves a box of videos of Hope's mother (Bijou Phillips) in prison, and ponders showing them to his daughter.
In Treatment (9pm, HBO) - Debut night number two. Tonight's 9pm episode features NC School of the Arts grad Dane Dehaan, and the 9:30pm episode introduces Amy Ryan as Dr. Weston's therapist.
Detroit 1-8-7 (10pm, ABC) - Fitch, Washington, Stone and Sanchez investigate the murder of a young woman in her SUV while her 2-year-old child was hidden in the back of the vehicle. Longford and Mahajan, meanwhile, look into the death of a college janitor who had drugs in his system.
The Good Wife (10pm, CBS) - Does this sound familiar? A massage therapist accuses a Nobel Peace Prize winner of sexual assault, but Alicia and the firm's partners aren't sure if they want to take the case. Meanwhile Peter and Eli become concerned over a third candidate in the state attorney race.