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Detective Halstead's badge is confiscated by Voight when a man is found dead in the new episode At Least It's Justice. Meanwhile, Severide and Clarke (guest stars Taylor Kinney and Jeff Hephner) find the torso of a dead doctor. NBC/Global, 9 p.m.

Dragons' Den

In this season-finale special edition, the Dragons hit the road to revisit some of the show's most memorable pitchers -- some who landed deals, some who were rejected in colourful fashion and a few who still insist that the Dragons got it wrong. CBC, 8 p.m.

Cougar Town

In the new episode Learning to Fly, Jules gets a lesson in karma from Laurie when Jules lies to customers at the huge annual yard sale. Meanwhile, Andy makes a bet with Ellie that she can't be nice for a whole day. Citytv, 8:30 p.m.

Talk Shows

George Stroumboulopoulos: Patrick Chan

David Letterman: Joseph Arthur

Jimmy Fallon: Denis Leary, Cat Deeley

Jimmy Kimmel: Bill Clinton, Manny Pacquaio

Craig Ferguson: Kevin Costner, Krystal Keith

Seth Meyers: Bob Costas, Steve Coogan

Jon Stewart: Samuel L. Jackson

Conan O'Brien: Simon Helberg, Eli Young Band

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition April 2, 2014 C2

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