Rookie Blue

Rookie Blue
9 pm/ET ABC While this summer hit is already slated for a second season, its rookies — in their rookie season — have been making their share of mistakes on the job. Tonight, squad members are tested by a home invasion in a posh neighborhood, and officers reveal quite a bit about their off-duty lives. And once it seems like the smoke has cleared, Traci leaves to take care of a personal matter, and Andy winds up facing an armed perpetrator by herself. Let's hope she remembered to load her gun this time. — Fred Mitchell

Burn Notice

9 pm/ET USA
The incomparable Burt Reynolds guest stars as a former CIA operative who has retired and left the spy life behind. But, as it turns out, old habits die hard, and he soon finds himself tangling with Russian spies. Michael steps in to help and, in the process, he gets a glimpse of what his future could be like. — Brie Hearn

So You Think You Can Dance
9 pm/ET Fox
Now that two dancers, Alex and Ashley, have been eliminated in successive weeks due to injury, the title of this show might be changed to "So You Think You Can Stay in One Piece." Indeed, it underscores the fact that Billy, Kent, Lauren, Robert, Jose and Adéchiké not only have to battle each other, but also their own bodies. But before the field is narrowed to five tonight, we'll be treated to performances by singer Enrique Iglesias, rapper Pitbull and members of the American Ballet Theatre company. — Joe Friedrich

Tour de France
6:30 am/ET
VS Coming off their second and final rest day of the Tour, riders will continue their journey through the Pyrenees mountains with a 174km leg from Pau to Col du Tourmalet. The climb is highlighted by a 25km uphill stretch. Stage 17 also features the highest point of this year's Tour, where the Henri-Desgrange memorial trophy will be awarded. — Kelly McGettigan

Boston Med
10 pm/ET ABC
Going into a documentary series about hospitals, you know there are bound to be some sad moments. As morbid as that sounds, it can also make them, when done well, worth your time, especially when you're watching a unique bond form between a doctor and a patient whose life depends on finding a heart donor. But it's not all gloom and doom, as the fifth of eight episodes, besides tackling a transplant, introduces an affable nurse who takes great pride in helping people, particularly a 6-year-old girl who suffered cardiac arrest. — Joe Friedrich

Bethenny Getting Married?
10 pm/ET Bravo
Whirlwind, game-changing events continue to color Bethenny's life. In the last two episodes, our "Real Housewives of New York City" protagonist took the cake and had her wedding, then she basked in her tropical honeymoon. Tonight, Bethenny and hubby Jason Hoppy have a Hoppy birth day. Bethenny prepares for her baby's arrival and takes a child-care crash course with a maternity master. Alas, baby comes calling — a month ahead of the due date, no less — and Jason rushes Bethenny to the hospital. — Dean Maurer

Ace of Cakes
10 pm/ET Food Network
There's a 1980s flashback in the bakery when the crew is commissioned to make a cake replica of the Knight Rider KITT (Knight Industries Two Thousand) smart car. Luckily, they're spared from having to re-create David Hasselhoff in cake. Meanwhile, Duff works on a special confection for the opening ceremonies of the Disabled Hockey Festival. Later, he takes to the ice himself, and attempts playing sled hockey with some of the world's best players. — Karen Andzejewicz