Tonight in HD: May 2

Shortland Street's Romiata Ngati

Friends (TV2, 6.30, R)

Monica caters a party for her mother, who still doesn’t quite know how to talk to her daughter; Chandler’s encounter with Rachel’s boss leads to an embarrassing situation.

Shortland Street (TV2, 7.00)

TK makes a surprising proposition; Hunter chooses the hard road; Vasa and Ula are under attack.

Drug Bust (TV3, 8.00)

In Manurewa, the CIB set up a sting to take down a meth dealer; the Papakura CIB raid a suspected cannabis growing operation; South Auckland police receive a call-out about an armed offender.

Criminal Minds (TV One, 8.30)

Prentiss enlists two former friends from Interpol to track down an old enemy, as Reid discovers clues that could help the BAU locate the missing parents of an autistic boy in Louisiana. What the critics say: TV Fanatic.

Desperate Housewives (TV2, 8.30)

Susan is shocked when her mother refuses to get tested as a potential kidney donor; Lynette exacts revenge on Tom when she learns about his past with Renee. What the critics say: CliqueClaque.

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

Sara investigates a car-bomb explosion that kills the director of a deaf-scholarship foundation. Marlee Matlin guest stars. What the critics say: CSI Files.

Castle (TV One, 9.30)

Castle and Beckett investigate the murder of an NYC subway worker found shot in Central Park and uncover the abduction of a young boy as well. What the critics say: TV Overmind.

Brothers & Sisters (TV2, 9.30)

Holly has mixed feelings about leaving the Walkers behind. What the critics say: TV Lover.

Californication (TV3, 9.30)

Charlie has a serious shaving accident and Marcy rushes him to the ER; Hank has an awkward encounter with Mia and the actress who will be playing her in the upcoming film. What the critics say: NZ Herald, Unreality Shout.

Hawaii Five-O (TV3, 11.25, 5.1, R)

It’s Christmas in Hawaii, but instead of celebrating, Five-0 is negotiating a hostage situation when the man who killed McGarrett’s father resurfaces. What the critics sayAlex O’Loughlin Rocks.

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