The Price Is Right
Bob Barker, come on down! The long-running game show's current host, Drew Carey, welcomes his predecessor back to the set for a special celebration -- Barker's 90th birthday. Current and former colleagues join the party, along with the audience.
The Brooklyn Nets started the season with high hopes after acquiring Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce during the offseason. But they've struggled out of the gate this season -- a trend they hope to reverse in their home game tonight against Blake Griffin and the Los Angeles Clippers. Then, a clash of Western Conference rivals is on tap when Dwight Howard and the Houston Rockets visit LaMarcus Aldridge and the Portland Trail Blazers.
Carol's (Margo Martindale) overbearing parents (June Squibb, Jerry Van Dyke) are coming to visit, and she doesn't want them to know the truth about her failed marriage -- or her son's. She asks Tom and Nate (Beau Bridges, Will Arnett) to pretend everything's OK and everyone's happy. Nate gets so into the charade that he starts thinking about reconciling with his ex (Eliza Coupe) for real in the new episode "Carol's Parents Are Coming to Town."
The Millionaire Matchmaker
Patti faces a tough customer in this new episode: entrepreneur Jonathan Cheban, a good friend of Kim Kardashian's who thinks he knows it all. He's about to find out he doesn't know everything about finding love. Another entrepreneur, Eric Berman, is always looking for the next big deal, so Patti has to show him how to curb that habit in his dating life in "The Know-It-All; Bigger Better Berman."
Project Runway All Stars
In this new episode, the designers are taken by helicopter to the Pennsylvania headquarters of the home shopping channel QVC, where their mission is to create a red-carpet gown. QVC's Lisa Robertson, actress Elisabeth Moss and "Runway" alum Mondo Guerra are the guest judges in "As Sewn on TV."
Sean Saves the World
After discovering that Liz (Megan Hilty) has been keeping a secret from him, Sean (Sean Hayes) finds himself a new best friend (Sarah Baker), but she might be more than he can handle. Max (Thomas Lennon) needs help from Sean and Hunter (Echo Kellum) to fix a mistake. Linda Lavin and Samantha Isler also star in the new episode "Best Friends for Never."
The Michael J. Fox Show
Mike (Michael J. Fox) finds out he has to work on Christmas Eve, disrupting his plans for a gift exchange with Annie (Betsy Brandt). Ian (Conor Romero) tries to keep the magic of the season alive for Graham (Jack Gore). Eve (Juliette Goglia) is intrigued by Judaism after attending a Hanukkah celebration in the new episode "Christmas." Rocker Sting guest stars.
Two and a Half Men
It's Christmastime in Malibu, and at the beach house, that means yuletide carols with some not-so-traditional lyrics are filling the air, thanks to Walden (Ashton Kutcher). Alan's (Jon Cryer) gift from Jake (Angus T. Jones) is a Japanese delicacy in the new episode "On Vodka, On Soda, On Blender, On Mixer." Conchata Ferrell also stars.
Courtney Loves Dallas
Courtney runs into Matt, the ex-boyfriend she's never quite gotten over, at a party in this new episode. Later, when she meets with a New York jewelry designer about launching a line of accessories, she keeps getting distracted by thoughts of Matt in "Courtney Loves Fashion."
When Amber and Ryan (Mae Whitman, Thomas Lauria) clash over her hanging out with the band, she wonders whether she should turn to Sarah (Lauren Graham) for support. Drew (Miles Heizer) asks Crosby (Dax Shepard) for advice about the opposite sex. Julia and Joel (Erika Christensen, Sam Jaeger) put on a good face for the family's sake. Peter Krause and Monica Potter also star in the new episode "All That's Left Is the Hugging."