What to Watch Monday: Bunheads Takes a Bow, Dallas' Big Discovery, Pop Goes Castle and More

Feb 25 2013, 7:02am CST | by

What to Watch Monday: Bunheads Takes a Bow, Dallas' Big Discovery, Pop Goes Castle and More
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On TV this Monday: Bunheads approaches intermission, 2 Broke Girls search for a sweet reprieve, Molly charges in anger and Castle discovers his dad. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

PREVIEW | Continuum Sneak Peek: Kiera Makes a Killer Discovery!

PREVIEW | Bones Video: Brennan’s New Intern Makes a Heady, Jaw-Dropping Entrance

PREVIEW | How I Met Your Mother Channels an ’80s Classic as Ted’s Relationship Implodes

8 pm The Carrie Diaries (The CW) | Larissa offers Carrie an internship at Interview, but the future columnist isn’t sure whether she should take it. Meanwhile, Donna LaDonna hatches a blackmail-fueled plan to keep Carrie away from Sebastian.

8 pm Switched at Birth (ABC Family) | Daphne is conflicted when Carlton’s deaf students campaign against extending the pilot program for hearing students.

8:30 pm Rules of Engagement (CBS) | Jeff’s junk-filled eating habits land him in the hospital.

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9 pm Bunheads (ABC Family) | Season 1 finale: Michelle auditions for a Broadway musical (watch a preview) and Sasha thinks the girls should take a big step in their relationships with their boyfriends. (Not yet renewed.)

9 pm Dallas (TNT) | With Drew’s help, Christopher makes a startling revelation that could change the fate of Ewing Energies.

9 pm 2 Broke Girls (CBS) | Missi Pyle (Two and a Half Men) guest-stars as Caroline’s rich – and mean! — Aunt Charity, whom Max and Caroline approach for money to save their cupcake shop.

9:30 pm Mike & Molly (CBS) | Molly spends her feelings after getting into a fight with Mike at the mall.

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10 pm Castle (ABC) | In the conclusion of a two-parter, Castle takes matters into his own hands to get his kidnapped daughter back and comes into contact with his dad (guest star James Brolin). (Get a sneak peek!)

10 pm Deception (NBC) | During a press conference, Edward makes a confession that sends his family and their business reeling.

10 pm Monday Mornings (TNT) | Sung’s former patient sues him after a successful surgery creates an unforeseen side effect: an abnormally increased sexual appetite.

Hit the comments with your must-see picks from tonight’s lineup!


Source: TV Line

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