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When Hank Galliston's wife is abducted from her antique clock shop, a treasure map is found inside one of the clocks. Anthony Edwards stars as Hank, who sets out to solve the mystery in the hopes of saving his wife and humanity. ABC/Global, 7 p.m.

Parks and Recreation

In an effort to raise money for their park, Ben and Leslie organize a black-tie gala. Unfortunately, a citywide emergency response drill throws a monkey wrench into their plans. Chris gets to take his police academy exam. NBC/Citytv, 7:30 p.m.

Do No Harm

Ian wants to meet with the object of his desire, Olivia. Jason agrees to grant him his wish, but first Ian must pose as Jason at an event honouring Dr. Vanessa Young. Ian's antics at the affair drive Lena into another man's arms. NBC/CTV, 9 p.m.

Talk shows:

George Stroumboulopoulos: Jeremy Hotz

Jay Leno: Jarod Miller, Colbie Caillat

David Letterman: Jerry Seinfeld, Dave Grohl

Jimmy Kimmel: Rachel Weisz, Josh Groban

Craig Ferguson: George Lopez, Sutton Foster

Jimmy Fallon: Bruce Willis, Molly Shannon

The Daily Show: TBA

Conan O'Brien: Dr. Phil McGraw, Julianne Hough

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition February 14, 2013 A16

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