Tonight in HD: May 16

Situation Critical's Adam Bartlett

Friends (TV2, 6.30, R)

Chandler can’t deal with Kathy’s handsome co-star; Rachel struggles to get a customer to ask her out; Monica misses being the hostess.

Shortland Street (TV2, 7.00)

Jill struggles with her feelings; Brodie makes a promise he can’t keep; Phoenix gets out of his depth.

Situation Critical (TV One, 8.00)

A new liver brings hope to Michelle from Taumarunui; Richard from Dargaville gets a second kidney transplant.

Drug Bust (TV3, 8.00)

Police raid a suspected gang meth house; a driver finds himself in hot water after avoiding a checkpoint; a search for a missing man yields signs of drug use; and police crack down on drugged drivers.

Criminal Minds (TV One, 8.30)

When Emily Prentiss confronts her nemesis, Ian Doyle, and goes missing, Jennifer ‘JJ’ Jareau is asked by the BAU to help find Prentiss and capture Doyle before it is too late. What the critics say: Entertainment WeeklyScreen Rant.

Desperate Housewives (TV2, 8.30)

Lynette fights back when her mother tries to force the Scavos to pose for a family portrait with her obnoxious new husband; Susan is presented with a kidney donation from an unlikely source. What the critics say: Entertainment WeeklyTV Fanatic.

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

Ray testifies against serial killer Nate Haskell. Meanwhile, Nick receives a call from troubled teen Jason McCann to warn him of impending danger. Justin Bieber guest stars. What the critics say: NZ HeraldCSI Files.

Castle (TV One, 9.30)

Castle and Beckett investigate the murder of a dockworker–turned bar owner whose body is found floating in the East River. What the critics say: TV Overmind, ScreenCrave.

Brothers & Sisters (TV2, 9.30)

The Walkers’ plans to celebrate Valentine’s Day go horribly wrong when Tommy tells Sarah about another secret that Nora has kept buried since they were kids. What the critics say: TV Fanatic.

Californication (TV3, 9.30)

Hank discovers he’s been evicted from his hotel for not paying his bill. Later, the day of Hank’s trial begins badly after an uncomfortable encounter with Mia’s father. What the critics say: Ape Donkey.

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