So You Think You Can Dance (8pm, Fox) - The Top 20 dancers perform. Our SYTYCD correspondent Lenni G will start recapping for us tomorrow, so check back here the day after shows air for that.
Top Chef Masters (10pm, Bravo) - In the Season 3 finale, the chefs must prepare a four course feast based on inspiration and self-reflection. They must also recreate a past dish that resulted in their worst culinary review, then serve it to the critics who originally panned them. Los Angeles chef Mary Sue Milliken (left, with host Curtis Stone) is one of the finalists.
Men of a Certain Age (10pm, TNT) - Owen stops up to the plate to oversee the dealership's softball team, and Joe's father (Robert Loggia) pays a visit, with his new girlfriend.
Hollywood Treasure (10pm, Syfy) - Actress Debbie Reynolds wants to put her collection of props and costumes up for bid, and an item that may have come from "2001: A Space Odyssey" is examined. The 10:30 episode features props from "Batman REturns," "Camelot," "Star Trek," and "The Patriot."
Hot in Cleveland (10pm, TV Land) - The second part of the second season resumes with the women hunting for fugitive Elka in Amish country, where Victoria grows uncharacteristically comfortable. Amy Sedaris has a brief guest role as the wife of the Ohio governor.
Happily Divorced (10:30, TV Land) - In the pilot of a new sitcom based on actual events in Fran Drescher's life, a couple faces the end of their 18-year marriage when the husband reveals he's gay, but due to financial difficulties, they must continue to live together. Here's our review.
Rocco's Dinner Party (11pm, Bravo) - After the 'Top Chef Masters' finale, a new show in which promising chefs square off by crafting themed dinner parties for chef Rocco DiSpirito and his celebrity friends. Tonight, a Prohibition-era theme. Rocco's guests include chef Marcus Samuelsson, actor Bryan Batt, actress Christina Ebersole, TV personality Kelly Choi, and critic Bill McCuddy. Our review.