Primetime TV Listings.
We’ll have a lighter fare of drama and comedy this week in the midst of holiday programming. Be prepared for a couple of shows to finish up their seasons prior to Christmas this week.
2 Broke Girls: And The Big Opening/And The Silent Partner.
Back-to-back episodes this week start with a celebration of the grand-opening of the cupcake shop, Max tries to show off her success to her former boyfriends and Caroline’s worried she didn’t invite business contacts. In the second episode, Max works with Sophie to make her a silent partner but Caroline doesn’t appreciate Sophie’s vision for the business Monday December 10, at 9:00 PM and 9:30 PM on CBS.
90210: The Things We Do For Love.
Max gets a business proposal from Alec while Naomi works on Bryce to hire Max back, Liam tries to trap a blackmailer, Ashley speculates why Vanessa is spotted at the salon, and Silver worries over Teddy’s refusal to give up his parental rights Monday December 10, at 8:00 PM on CW. A special musical performance is scheduled.
Arrow: Year’s End.
Oliver thinks a family Christmas party is what the Queen household needs, Tommy wants to share his holiday with Laurel, and Laurel wants to be with her father since her late sister’s birthday is on Christmas Wednesday December 12, at 8:00 PM on CW.
Beauty And The Beast: Bridesmaid Up!
Catherine’s dad is remarrying, Cat says she is seeing someone when the bride-to-be tries to find her a date, new information is unturned at the wedding reception, and Tess and Joe become romantic Thursday December 13, at 9:00 PM on CW. Rob Stewart ("Nikita") guest stars as Catherine’s dad.
The Big Bang Theory: The Santa Simulation.
A game of Dungeons and Dragons stirs up some Christmas memories for Sheldon, Koothrappali spends time with the girls for a ladies’ night, and Penny, Bernadette and Amy decide to find him a girl Thursday December 13, at 8:00 PM on CBS.
Burn Notice: Odd Man Out.
Michael gets caught up in the middle of a revenge scheme for a smuggler, their time hiding out in a warehouse becomes challenging when supplies run low, and Michael and the team may give a man up to the smuggler if they don’t get the whole story Thursday December 13, at 10:00 PM on USA.
Criminal Minds: Perennials.
An unknown suspect has the same M.O. as a serial killer from three decades ago, the BAU heads south to investigate the crimes, and another suspect is replicating the crimes the BAU is busy solving Wednesday December 12, at 9:00 PM on CBS.
CSI: Risky Business Class.
A small plane crash is responsible for the death of five people near the Vegas Strip, and a long-distance relationship with Grissom begins to bother Sara when a former lover is involved in the investigation Wednesday December 12, at 10:00 PM on CBS. Pamela Reed ("Parks and Recreation") and Josh Randall ("Greek") guest star.
Dexter: Surprise, Motherf.!
Season seven ends with LaGuerta about to expose Dexter as a killer, Dexter works hard to cover for himself and Debra, and a desperate Dexter may have to protect himself thus putting LaGuerta in a compromising position Sunday December 16, at 9:00 PM on Showtime.
Don’t Trust The B---- In Apartment 23: Bar Lies...
It’s time for James to put on his dancing shoes in LA, Chloe takes advantage of his absence to pull off one of her schemes in his penthouse, and June thinks she is going to teach Chloe a lesson Tuesday December 11, at 9:30 PM on ABC. Dean Cain ("Superman") and pro dancer Karina Smirnoff guest star as themselves.
Fringe: Black Blotter.
Walter needs to refresh his memory, an LSD experience helps him remember a plan to beat the Observers, Peter and Olivia search out the origin of an unknown signal in the forest, and a shocking scene disturbs them Friday December 14, at 9:00 PM on FOX.
Glee: Glee, Actually.
In a tribute episode to the 2003 film "Love Actually," the impending Mayan apocalypse have Sam and Brittany striving to live a full life, Jake and Puck celebrate Hanukkah, a dream changes Artie, and Kurt’s Christmas is special Thursday December 13, at 9:00 PM on FOX. Check out the recent Glee Weekly Recap, "Swan Song."
Gossip Girl: The Revengers.
Blair is worried about Chuck after seeing Bart, Dan and Serena meet up for the first time since their holiday fail, Chuck agrees to something that may change his life, and Nate deals with financial troubles Monday December 10, at 9:00 PM on CW.
Hart Of Dixie: Blue Christmas.
Zoe’s mom plans to visit for Christmas adding to her angst, Zoe starts working too hard resulting in dimming the Christmas spirit for others, George looks for the perfect gift for Tansy, and Lavon wants a memorable week for Ruby Tuesday December 11, at 8:00 PM on CW.
Hawaii Five-0: Huaka’I Kula (Field Trip).
During a camping field trip McGarrett is taken hostage with a girl, Adam’s brother is released from prison and he is introduced to Kono, and Chin Ho may not be moving on from his grief Monday December 10, at 10:00 PM on CBS. Tom Arnold ("Sons of Anarchy" and "The Tom Show") guest stars.
Homeland: The Choice.
Season two finishes up with both Carrie and Quinn trying to make important decisions, Brody meeting with Faber to consider the family’s future, and Saul embarking on a secret assignment Sunday December 16, at 10:00 PM on Showtime.
How I Met Your Mother: The Over-Correction.
Robin questions Barney’s motives for befriending Patrice, Ted has to help Robin escape from a closet, and Marshall’s mom starts to date again Monday December 10, at 8:00 PM on CBS.
Last Man Standing: Putting A Hit On Christmas.
Vanessa reminisces over previous quiet holidays with Mike, Mike conjures up a plan to send away the kids to give Vanessa a stress-free Christmas, and a bald eagle doesn’t make it when Ed goes turkey hunting Friday December 14, at 8:00 PM on ABC.
The Middle: Twenty Years.
The Hecks have a big anniversary coming up, Frankie thinks Mike may be bored with her after 20 years, Sue tries to get Axl and Brick to help throw a party, and Axl disturbs Brick by ruining the end of a book he was reading Wednesday December 12, at 8:00 PM on ABC.