The Bachelor (8pm, ABC) - It's back. California winemaker Ben Flajnik got rejected last season, so he's ordering up more manufactured public romance (and fabulous free trips!). One of the hopeful bachelorettes is Emily (right), a 27-year-old PhD student at UNC-Chapel Hill, so we'll pay attention for as long as she's on the show. You know, for the news value.
How I Met Your Mother (8pm, CBS) - Marshall visits his father's grave to carry on their tailgating tradition. Also, Barney and Ted open a bar and Robin fills in for a drunk news anchor.
2 Broke Girls (8:30pm, CBS) - Caroline becomes obsessed with collecting coupons and discovers the secret ingredient in Max's cupcakes.
It's a Brad Brad World (10pm, Bravo) - The best part of "The Rachel Zoe Project" now has his own show. This reality series follows the adventures of Zoe's onetime assistant, Brad Goreski, as he embarks on a solo career -- with a limited budget and no assistant.
Rock Center with Brian Williams (10pm, NBC) - Harry Smith reports on boom farmland real estate. Also, the dangers of lobster diving, an interview with "Saturday Night Live" comics Fred Armisen and Darrell Hammond, and the process of cleaning Times Square after New Year's Eve.
Celebrity Wife Swap (10pm, ABC) - I wish I was making this up. Organized actress Tracey Gold swaps places with laid-back singer (i.e. "slob") Carnie Wilson in the first episode of this new reality show in which the matriarchs of two celebrity families swap spouses, kids and homes for a week.