How I Met Your Mother (8pm, CBS)) - Lily finds a to-do list of things Ted hopes to accomplish before moving from New York to Chicago, while soon-to-be-married Robin and Barney steel themselves for the arrival of their relatives.
We Are Men (8:30pm, CBS)) - Four single men bond at a short-term rental complex in this new comedy series starring Chris Smith, Tony Shalhoub, Jerry O'Connell and Kal Penn. In tonight's premiere, a young newbie moves in after a broken engagement and is encouraged to wade back into the dating pool. I found myself without my CBS screener DVD on Sunday and couldn't watch in time to review (it may have also had something to do with the 30-some hours of "Breaking Bad" I re-watched this week). But as much as I love Tony Shalhoub and want this to be funny, I can't find a single critic who thinks it's worth watching. Too bad.
Sleepy Hollow (9pm, Fox) )- The Sandman, a soldier in the army of evil, invades the dreams of Sleepy Hollow residents who turned a blind eye to justice at least once in their lives.
Hostages (10pm, CBS)) - Well, the doc didn't assassinate the president during surgery so I guess that means Duncan kills a member of her family? Actually, no. Instead, he tells the family they can go about their normal lies for the next two weeks until the president's next operation.
The Blacklist (10pm, NBC)) - Red predicts a catastrophe will occur and will stem from the work of an assassin called The Freelancer (out of work journalist??). When Red and Liz go undercover to protect the killer's next target (Isabella Rossellini), Ressier and a rehired CIA agent monitor the duo from afar.