TV What to Watch: Uncomfortable flash mobs -
Published Thursday, January 3, 2013 at 1:00 am / Updated at 4:06 pm
TV What to Watch: Uncomfortable flash mobs

“Mobbed” 7 p.m., Fox (New)

Not only is this woman using a flash mob to issue an ultimatum to her boyfriend to marry her or else, but she's doing it on national television. Now that's living on the edge.

“Salvage Dawgs” 7 and 7:30 p.m., HGTV (Both new)

The crew remove a box-bay window and other valuables from an 1892 cabin and then salvage a cast-iron sink and historical negative pictures from another location.

“The Big Bang Theory” 7 p.m. to 7:31 p.m., CBS (New)

Sheldon? Accused of sexual harassment? Yep, and it earns him a trip to the Employee Relations Department, along with Raj and Howard.

“Two and a Half Men” 7:31 p.m. to 8:01 p.m., CBS (New)

Alan makes an investment in Kate's fashion line using Walden's money. Meanwhile, Walden's double life as a poor man begins to wear on him.

“The Mentalist” 8 p.m., TNT

The team investigates a murder and a missing person case on a wealthy family's compound that is heavily guarded.

“Person of Interest” 8:01 p.m. to 9:01 p.m., CBS (New)

While working undercover as a high school substitute teacher, Finch protects a teenage genius who reminds him of himself. Carter takes on a dangerous assignment for the FBI.

“What Not to Wear” 9 p.m., TLC (New, season premiere)

1980s pop star Tiffany nominates herself for a makeover — and attention.

“The Pianist” 9 p.m. to 11:30 p.m., Showtime (2002)

Adrien Brody stars as a Polish Jewish musician who struggles to survive in the Warsaw ghetto of World War II. Directed by Roman Polanski, who won the best-director Oscar for the film.

“Elementary” 9:01 p.m., CBS (New)

The general manager of a luxury hotel is murdered, and his body is found inside an industrial washing machine.

— Laura King

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