30 Rock (8pm, NBC) - Tracy portrays Jack as a villain in a new movie, causing friction between the two. Also, Liz undergoes foot surgery, and Jenna tries to protect Kenneth from Hazel's sly machinations.
Crossfire Hurricane (9pm, HBO) - A history of the Rolling Stones features archival footage of the British rock band's 1960s performances, interviews with the group's members, and clips of other documentaries about the band, including "Gimme Shelter" (1970) and "Shine a Light" (2008).
Grey's Anatomy (9pm, ABC) - The crash victims proceed with their lawsuit, which requires them to face their injuries.
Glee (9pm, Fox) - Rachel, Kurt, Santana and Cassandra July return as the glee club kicks off its production of "Grease."
Parks and Recreation (9:30pm, NBC) - Leslie disapproves of April's plan to turn a lot into a dog park, and Ben gets roped into helping Tom launch his new business venture. Vice President Joe Biden has a cameo.
Scandal (10pm, ABC) - A mysterious letter alludes to Huck's sinister past and warns it may be revealed. Meanwhile, Olivia wants Harrison to contain the damage from a coworker's disclosed secret, and Cyrus and Fitz handle the fallout from James' front page story.
Super Storm Sandy (10pm, NGC) - The National Geographic Channel looks at the super-storm that ravaged the Northeast in late October.
Elementary (10pm, CBS) - Holmes investigates a double homicide that is eerily similar to a series of murders that took place 13 years ago. Meanwhile, Watson visits Sherlock's former rehab center to learn more about him.
Park Avenue: Money, Power and the American Dream (2am, UNC-TV) - Set your DVR for this one: an Independent Lens film looking at income disparity in the U.S., comparing 740 Park Avenue in Manhattan, which has the largest concentration of billionaires in the world, to an impoverished area of the South Bronx five miles away.