"No Ordinary Family"
The Powells face a new mortal threat when Dr. King orders a shape-shifter (guest star Rebecca Mader) to infiltrate their home and kill one of them. 7 p.m., ABC and KAKE, Channel 10.
After Sabrina points out to Jimmy how germ-laden his home is, the Chance family becomes obsessed with cleanliness and moves Maw Maw to the greenhouse. 8 p.m., Fox and KSAS, Channel 4/24
"The Biggest Loser"
The contestants are tied up in a rope challenge that requires teamwork, but the winning team gets exclusive access to the gym for a week. 7 p.m., NBC and KSNW, Channel 3.
Rachel enlists the help of Brittany as she tries to reinvent herself and launch a major social comeback at McKinley High. Sam tarts a tribute band. Matthew Morrison, Jane Lynch and Chris Colfer also star in the new episode. 7 p.m., Fox and KSAS, Channel 4/24.
Infuriated by the Fifth Column's brazen attacks, Anna (Morena Baccarin) enlists Ryan (Morris Chestnut) to help efforts to eliminate the resistance fighters. Meanwhile, Lisa meets her grandmother, Diana, whom she had believed dead. 8 p.m., ABC and KAKE, Channel 10.
"The Good Wife"
Fans of the film "The Social Network" may detect some similarities in this new episode that finds Will and Diane (Josh Charles, Christine Baranski) representing a young Internet billionaire who is suing a film studio for depicting him negatively. 9 p.m., CBS and KWCH, Channel 12.
Adam and Kristina (Peter Krause, Monica Potter) plan a birthday party for Max hosted by a children's performer (guest star Michael Emerson, of "Lost") who has Asperger's syndrome. 9 p.m., NBC and KSNW, Channel 3.
"Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show"
The 135th edition of the annual show concludes at Madison Square Garden in New York. Best of dog is awarded at the end of the three-hour special. 7 p.m., USA, Channel 28.
Shia LaBeouf and Michelle Monaghan star as two strangers who become pawns in a diabolical plot and must work together to prove that they are not terrorists. 6:30 p.m., FX, Channel 31.
Four men set out to avenge their foster mother's murder in Detroit in this update of 1965's "The Sons of Katie Elder." 7 p.m., TNT, Channel 30.
Mississippi St. at Kentucky, 7 p.m., ESPN, Channel 32.
Texas Tech at Missouri, 7 p.m., ESPN2, Channel 33.