The CEO of Fatburger — a “fast casual” restaurant — goes on “Undercover Boss” (CBS at 8), and discovers some of his stores have payroll issues and broken equipment.
CBS officially moves “Vegas” (CBS at 9) from Tuesday to Friday night — still no word on the odds of a second season. In the meantime, Sheriff Lamb tries to press charges against a pimp, but Agent Byrne forces him to wait so he can extract information about Savino.
As Jake works to locate Amanda on “Touch” (Fox at 9), the CEO of a major company shows Calvin a new quantum computer, as a way to bribe him back to work.
On “Shark Tank” (ABC at 9), a farmer from Illinois has an idea for a new gourmet meat business, while two men from Las Vegas want start-up money to launch a product line of light-up watercoolers so people can easily search inside.
A bride on “Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta” (TLC at 9, 9:30) makes it very clear that she loves peacocks, and may want to incorporate a similar theme in her wedding look; afterward, another woman wants a Princess Leia theme due to her love of “Star Wars.”
Danny finds out that a woman murdered in a cemetery on “Blue Bloods” (CBS at 10) was from a deeply religious family, and was secretly in an inter-faith relationship.
Journalist Sebastian Junger and science education activist Zack Kopplin are interview guests on “Real Time With Bill Maher” (HBO at 10); the roundtable includes political commentator Abby Hunstman, economist Steve Moore and Vt. Sen. Bernie Sanders.
SERIES PREMIERE: Newsmagazine “Vice” (HBO at 11), which looks into unusual stories in countries around the world and is hosted by Vice magazine co-founder Shane Smith, is reviewed by Hank Stuever on Page C1.
“Late Show With David Letterman” (CBS at 11:35) has talk show host Chelsea Handler, comedian Ross Bennett and a performance by Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
Comedian Demetri Martin are on “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” (NBC at 11:35), along with musician Gin Wigmore.
— Emily Yahr