Burn Notice (9pm, USA) - Michael gets a lead on Anson and an assassin traps Sam and Barry in a secluded beach house.
Rock Center with Brian Williams (10pm, NBC) - This preview of the 2012 Summer Olympics includes an interview with British filmmaker Danny Boyle, who is directing the opening ceremonies, and a conversation with composer John Williams, writer of "Olympic Fanfare and Theme." Also, Tamron Hall reports on Olympic swimmer (and N.C. State champion) Cullen Jones' (right) mission to stop the high number of African-American children dying in the water, and then a profile of Billy Fiske, an Olympic champion who was killed in World War II. Click below to watch a clip from the Cullen Jones segment. (Photo by Associated Press)
Suits (10pm, USA) - Last week's "Donna" episode was kind of a shocker. Tonight, Jessica encounters a problem while defending the firm, and Harvey and Mike take an unorthodox case in light of Harvey's history with a client.
3 (10pm, CBS) - Exactly what the world needs: another dating show (and NBC has one coming in the fall!). On this one, three women move into a Chicago home and cameras follow them as they search for a romantic partner. In other "dating show" news, "Take Me Out" on Fox has its Season 1 finale at 8.
Kathy Griffin: Seaman 1st Class (10pm, Bravo) - A new stand-up show from the Terrace Theater in Long Beach, California.
Awkward (10:30pm, MTV) - As Valentine's Day approaches, Jenna and Tamara get jealous that their exes might be moving on without them.
Louie (10:30pm, FX) - The conclusion to last week's episode in which Louie goes on a weird date with a bookstore clerk, played by Parker Posey.