6.00 The Middle
With Axl spending his days in summer school and Brick doing his best to grow a prize tomato, Sue continues her "Summer of Sue and Dad" scrapbook project; the summer comes to a surprising end for the Heck family at the county fair.
6.30 The Middle
Axl is suspended for skipping school, and Mike decides its time to teach him a lesson and makes him work in a quarry, but his plan winds up backfiring; Frankie worries that she accidentally prayed away the cross-country team; Brick's magic trick.
7.00 Two and a Half Men
When Alan's receptionist, Melissa, realizes how much he is underappreciated at Charlie's, she invites him to move in with her and her mother; there, Alan accidentally eats some marijuana-laced banana bread, getting him in trouble with Melissa.
7.30 Two and a Half Men
When it is discovered that Alan has been lying about dating new women in order to secretly see Judith, Charlie, Evelyn and Rose vie to be the one that splits them up; Charlie realizes how much he would miss Jake if Alan and Judith got back together.
Monk's birthday is rapidly approaching, so Natalie attempts to organize and throw her surprise-hating boss a surprise birthday party, but the ever-vigilant Monk's focus is on a case involving a mysteriously murdered maintenance man.
Sharona returns to San Francisco to wrap up some legal business regarding the death of an uncle, but Monk suspects that foul play was involved in his passing and is soon caught up in Sharona and Natalie's very different work styles.
10.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Benson receives a 911 call from a nine-year-old girl who claims to have been kidnapped and locked in a room for several days, so the detective attempts to lure enough information out of the child for the unit to locate and rescue her.