Blue Bloods

Blue Bloods
10/9c CBS
Danny isn't the kind of cop to let something like diplomatic immunity get in the way of putting a perpetrator behind bars, especially when the suspect is wanted in a rape case. But how to do it? Tonight, Danny gets Erin and Frank to help him figure that out when the three of them work together within the system, they can make sure that justice wins out...and that a rapist doesn't go free. — Tim Holland

Dog Whisperer

8/7c National Geographic
Deal or No Deal host Howie Mandel can't deal with his wife's temperamental Chihuahua, Lola, who seems to run the house and will attack anytime Howie gets too close to his wife, Terry. So Cesar Millan visits the Mandel family in the Season 7 premiere and tries to get to the bottom of this doggie dilemma. The hour also follows the canine counselor extraordinaire as he rehabilitates an English bulldog who bullies its owners' golden retriever and has a serious aversion to lamp shades and Venetian blinds. — Karen Andzejewicz

Smallville
8/7c CW
There's a Dark Force descending on Smallville — a town that is no stranger to such visitations — and Jor-El is so concerned that he sends Kara to provide a little back-up for Clark. It's a good plan, since Lois decides to go toe-to-toe with a shock jock who has a thing against the hero types who linger in the 'Ville. As one might guess, this DJ becomes entangled with the darkness, putting Lois at risk. Lucky for Lois, there's a super girl in town who's willing to assist Clark in his lady love's rescue. — Rhoda Charles

The Good Guys
9/8c Fox
"Hello, Newman!" Wayne Knight, the former postal worker nemesis of Jerry Seinfeld, guest stars in this episode, which has Jack and Dan following a tip about a mail thief to two forgers who are working for a pair of killer drug-runners. Machete star Danny Trejo and Silas Weir Mitchell (that crazy Haywire guy from Prison Break) are also featured.  — Michael Chant

Gigantic
10/9c TeenNick
Ah, the good life: being raised in Hollywood with celebrity parents...how incredibly glamorous! Or maybe not. This new comedy-drama explores what it's like to grow up in the shadow of a famous mom and dad. In tonight's premiere, Anna (Grace Gummer) and her family return to L.A. after a two-year absence, and Anna reconnects with old friends and frenemies, including Vanessa (Gia Mantegna). In a case of art imitating life, Gummer is Meryl Streep's real-life daughter, and Gia is Joe Mantegna's. — Jennifer Sankowski

Invitation Only
10/9c CMT
In an intimate concert in Nashville, Toby Keith performs songs from his 2010 CD, Bullets in the Gun, including "Trailerhood" and "Somewhere Else," and leads his smoking hot band through a rollicking rendition of the title song. His set also includes fan favorites "I Love This Bar" and "As Good as I Once Was." In addition, he answers fans' questions, and talks about his politics, why he needs to be a songwriter and what's on his iPod these days. — Fred Mitchell

Haven
10/9c Syfy
The first-season finale of the supernatural drama raises an important question: Will there be enough of the town left intact to shoot a second season? A mysterious criminal with surprising ties to the gang turns up as the cracks and fissures that have troubled Haven since the show's premiere increase and change the landscape. — Michael Chant