The Comedy Central Roast: Donald Trump — Maybe I’m just bitter because Greg Giraldo’s dead, but I don’t have high hopes for this. Apparently the Situation was so bad that he got booed off stage, and I’m not too excited about investing 90 minutes of time in jokes about a combover. Afterwards, Comedy Central is airing a sneak peek at a new series that it’s keeping under wraps for now.
V (ABC) — Season finale. Let’s just go ahead and call it the series finale, shall we?
Onion SportsDome (Comedy Central) — Season finale. Wait, why does this show have seasons? If people are still playing sports, they need to keep telling jokes. “SportsCenter” doesn’t go on hiatus.
Lights Out (FX) — If FX was going to make a show about a white heavyweight champion, they should have at least set the show in 1933.
Four of a Kind (Lifetime) — Series premiere. The reality show follows 17-year-old quadruplet sisters. Coincidentally, that’s how I got arrested last week.
LATE NIGHT GUESTS: Sophie Monk (yum!) on Chelsea; Bradley Cooper and Mindy Kaling on Letterman; Jane Lynch, David Boreanaz, and Avril Lavigne on Kimmel; and an epic unfunny-off when Wanda Sykes visits Jay Leno. Full listings at TV Squad.