Tonight in HD: March 7

Brothers & Sisters' Emily VanCamp

Friends (TV2, 6.30, R)

Ross travels to San Diego to visit Marcel, his monkey; Joey is stalked by a fan of his daytime drama. Chris Isaak and Brooke Shields guest star.

Bigger Better Faster Stronger (TV3, 8.00)

James Coleman and Greg Page compete to invent the most efficient waste disposal method.

Criminal Minds (TV One, 8.30)

When a kidnapped woman is found murdered in an alley in Georgetown, the BAU team goes on the hunt for the killer before he can strike again. What will those inventive writers think of next? What the critics say: Two Talking Monkeys, Preppies of the Apocalypse.

Desperate Housewives (TV2, 8.30)

Gabrielle reveals her secret to the ladies; Susan is mortified to know that she is being used; Renee continues her quest to steal Keith away from Bree. What the critics say: TV Overmind.

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV3, 8.30, 5.1)

A body is discovered beneath piles of trash inside the house of a woman who is known for hoarding. What the critics say: CSI Files, TV Fanatic.

Brothers & Sisters (TV2, 9.30)

Justin and Rebecca reach an impasse in their relationship; Holly breaks down over her inability to remember her own daughter; Sarah struggles to keep up with the Joneses. What the critics say: Ticket Stub ThisCulture Mob.

The Almighty Johnsons (TV3, 9.30)

When something seems too good to be true, inevitably it is — a lesson Axl Johnson is about to learn big-time.

City Homicide (TV One, 11.00)

Homicide investigates the connection between two seemingly different crimes in the same suburb: a teenage boy mowed down on his way home, and a woman who was killed with perfect precision.

Hawaii Five-O (TV3, 11.15, 5.1, R)

A convict escapes from prison and targets a young couple who won $1 million and an all-expenses paid trip to Hawaii. What the critics say: TV Overmind.

Californication (TV3, 12.10, 5.1, R)

While his hands become increasingly full with Becca, Hank finds himself in a campus mess when his frank assessment of a student’s work goes over the line.

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