“The Biggest Loser,” 7 p.m. to 9:01 p.m., NBC (New)
Two finalists are named along with the two players who will compete for the third spot in the finale. Before that, though, the contestants must pull the weight they've lost up a mountain.
“Rules of Engagement,” 7:31 p.m., CBS (New)
Jeff thinks Audrey is trying to turn their unborn baby against him. Russell (David Spade) plagiarizes a real estate article that Timmy wrote.
“Dallas” 8 p.m. to 9:03 p.m., TNT (New)
Spoiler alert! The legendary J.R. Ewing meets his end, and the family tries to unite to mourn his death. In the end, shocking news is revealed.
“The Following,” 8 p.m., Fox (New)
The FBI assigns a new team leader to the case, which doesn't sit well with Ryan or Parker. Carroll meets with a follower from his past.
“Bizarre Foods America” 8 p.m., Travel Channel (New)
Andrew heads to Wisconsin, where he samples a Serbian casserole that is prepared with lamb organs.
“American Pickers” 8 p.m., History (New)
Mike and Frank get to pick the collection of one of the members of the legendary rock band Cheap Trick.
“Deception,” 9:01 p.m., NBC (New)
Joanna is kicked off the case after Will discovers she was intimate with Julian. Meanwhile, family matriarch Sofia is confronted by someone from her past who she wishes would just stay there.
“Sixteen Candles,” 9:16 p.m. to 11:17 p.m., AMC (1984)
This John Hughes comedy takes place on a teenager's 16th birthday, which her family forgets. Her day continues to get worse as she suffers every embarrassment possible. Molly Ringwald stars.