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NCIS

The team uses Twitter for info on the case of a missing navy lieutenant in the repeat episode Under the Radar. Meanwhile, McGee loses his badge, but doesn't tell anyone, fearing the trouble he'll be in. CBS/Global, 7 p.m.

Opposite Worlds

Two teams live in a house divided into two completely different worlds by a glass wall. In a new episode of this reality series, contestants struggle to adapt. The teams must complete challenges, and viewers are asked to participate using social media. Space, 9 p.m.

Person of Interest

Carter is paired with a new, inexperienced partner in this rebroadcast. Meanwhile, an Internet prodigy who makes a living invading the privacy of others finds his own life suddenly slipping beyond his control. CBS/CTV, 9 p.m.

Talk Shows

David Letterman: Sage Kotsenberg

Jimmy Fallon: Jerry Seinfeld, Kristin Wiig, Lady Gaga

Jimmy Kimmel: Bill O'Reilly

Craig Ferguson: Ted Danson, Kristen Schaal

The Daily Show: Kevin Spacey

Conan O'Brien: Jim Jeffries, Mel Brooks

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