6.00 The Middle
Frankie shocks her family with her obsession over the upcoming Royal Wedding, even making extravagant purchases; Brick teaches Sue how to be an on-air reporter; Mike has a mutiny on his hands when he's forced to make cutbacks.
6.30 The Middle
Frankie wants to ensure Mike gets her something she actually wants for Mother's Day, so she tells all of the kids her wish so that at least one of them will clue Mike in; Sue asks her reverend for some advice; Axl gets some bad news about prom.
7.00 Two and a Half Men
Admittedly fatigued by solely dating youthful bimbos, Charlie humors Alan by agreeing to go on a blind-date with a woman who is more age-appropriate; surprised when the date turns out to be intelligent and attractive, Charlie fervently pursues her.
7.30 Two and a Half Men
Amidst Alan and Judith's divorce settlement procedures, Charlie begins a secret sexual relationship with unknowing Alan's sultry attorney; Charlie's involvement in the divorce utterly backfires, leaving flabbergasted Alan to wonder what happened.
Monk is elated when he scores tickets to the biggest game of the year, but when he and Captain Stottlemeyer reach the stadium, they become more interested in getting to the bottom of an attempted murder in the parking lot.
A childhood bully who used to terrorize Monk on the school playground hires the detective to track his wife, whom he suspects of fooling around, but what seems to be an open-and-shut case turns into an accusation of murder.
10.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Benson and Stabler expose a mother's mental instability and paranoia to Child Services after they discover her son foraging for food in a dumpster, but the woman is allowed to maintain custody; the detectives seek justice after the child is murdered.