FINALE WATCH: As “The New Normal” (NBC at 9, 9:30 p.m.) wraps up Season 1 with two new episodes, Bryan and David are determined to get married before their baby arrives — but it won’t be easy. First, they bicker over what to name the baby. Meanwhile Brice (guest star John Stamos) steps in to give advice to Clay when he wants to tell Goldie how he feels.
On the conclusion of two-part series “Kind Hearted Woman” (WETA and MPT at 9), which looks at the repercussions of child sexual abuse on Native American reservations, a woman goes through a custody battle with her ex-husband.
Another celeb leaves “Dancing With the Stars” (ABC at 9), though hopefully this time it won’t be because of an injury, as with Dorothy Hamill’s exit last week. But first, Demi Lovato performs before the contestants get the bad news on results night.
“Volunteer work” isn’t high on Mindy’s list of priorities, but she’s forced to reexamine that when she starts dating a minister on “The Mindy Project” (Fox at 9:30).
FINALE WATCH: It’s the Detroit Mob vs. Raylan on the fourth-season finale of “Justified” (FX at 10), which FX recently announced was renewed for Season 5.
It’s your last chance to watch “Smash” (NBC at 10) on a Tuesday night, as the all-suffering drama starts its Saturday night burn-off this weekend. Anyway, Ivy is extremely unhappy when Leigh is cast in the “Bombshell” musical, and Derek makes a suspicious discovery about Jimmy.
McKenzie gets involved with a case on “Golden Boy” (CBS at 10) when she realizes bullets at the crime scene match the ones that killed her brother.
The gang on “Cougar Town” (TBS at 10) goes “Breakfast Club” with introspective voiceovers, while Grayson makes it his mission to battle bad online reviews of his bar.
Talk show host Regis Philbin is on “Late Show With David Letterman” (CBS at 11:35), along with a performance from the Broadway musical “Rogers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella.”
Country singer Blake Shelton and sportscaster Jim Rome are guests on “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” (NBC at 11:35).
“Jimmy Kimmel Live” (ABC at 11:35) hosts talk show host Bill Maher, actor Giancarlo Esposito and musical guests Cold War Kids.