Raising Hope (8pm, Fox) - I didn't care at all for last week's episode featuring the tragic slaughter of genius guide pig, Mr. Curly Tail. But it was a rare misstep for this excellent show, so all is forgiven -- barring future cute animal deaths. Tonight, Virginia (Martha Plimpton, left) plants a seed of jealousy in Jimmy's head when Sabrina finds a handsome new study partner. Also, Bert becomes obsessed with a wall figurine.
American Experience: Grand Coulee Dam (8pm, UNC-TV) - An American Experience documentary on the history of the Grand Coulee Dam on the Columbia River in Washington, which was one of the centerpiece projects of FDR's New Deal during the Great Depression. A controversial undertaking, it transformed the Pacific Northwest for good and bad, providing needed energy to the growing cities of Portland and Seattle, even as it wiped out entire towns, dislocated Colville Indian Reservation tribes, and blocked the ability of salmon to reach spawning grounds. A repeat of last year's documentary on the Panama Canal airs at 9:30.
Cougar Town (8:30pm, ABC) - "Dancing with the Stars" is sparing us their one-hour "recap" show this week, so that means we get a new "Cougar Town." Win! Tonight, Jules gets cold feet when Travis volunteers to take her wedding photos. Well no, I guess ABC is not sparing us the recap/repeat dancing show after all. They must really hate "Cougar Town," which they had on the schedule yesterday...
New Girl (9pm, Fox) - Jess and Cece have a falling out after Jess learns that Cece hasn't been honest with her, and Winston struggles with being the only one to know about Cece and Schmidt's secret affair.
Justified (10pm, FX) - While Raylan closes in on the crazier-every-week Robert Quarles, Boyd and Dickie Bennett team up in a last-ditch attempt to recover the fortune left behind by Dickie's mother, Mags. Next week's episode is the season finale.