Legit (FX, 10:30 p.m.) — What? I don’t know about you, but I can only handle Andy Dick, who makes a self-effacing guest appearance in tonight’s Legit, in 22-minute chunks, and even then that’s pushing it.
Community (NBC, 8 p.m.) — “The study group starts its European history class with professor Noel Cornwallis,” as played by Malcolm McDowell in an episode entitled “Alternative History of the German Invasion.” I approve of Community‘s tactic of winning us back with frightening Nazis (as opposed to).
1600 Penn (NBC, 9:30) — No new Parks and Recreation or The Office, just 1600 Penn. Is anyone else weirded out by how attractive Jenna Elfman is? Thus ends my analysis of 1600 Penn.
Archer (FX, 10 p.m.) — Watch Anthony Bourdain on Archer with some Eggs Woodhouse, won’t you?
The Ben Show/Nathan For You (Comedy Central, 10 p.m.) — Two Comedy Central series premiere tonight. The first, The Ben Show, has Ben Hoffman (who played FBI Guy #1 on Arrested Development!) mixing sketches with man-on-the-street interviews, while the second, Nathan for You, is about Nathan Fielder helping local businesses out with their marketing. He’s the guy behind the “pig rescues goat” video that went viral, so if his show fails, Comedy Central can just air that clip on a loop.
LATE NIGHT GUESTS: Steve Carell on Leno; Jim Parsons and Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom on Kimmel; David Duchovny on Ferguson; Tina Fey, Bill Nighy, and Bob Mould on Fallon; Eugene Mirman on Conan; Rachel Maddow on Stewart; and Jon Favreau on Colbert.