Donald Trump's can't-we-all-just-get-along tour includes a stop by "Megyn Kelly Presents," the first prime-time network special hosted by a Fox News personality. Kelly, a bold, well-prepared interviewer, won't be able to ignore the pair's headline-making confrontation during last August's Republican debate, but I'll be surprised if Rosie O'Donnell's name comes up.
7 p.m. KMSP, Ch. 9
Handing in his badge
Michael Weatherly, perhaps fed up with getting slapped upside the head by Mark Harmon, bids farewell to TV's most popular drama in the season finale of "NCIS." Producers are downplaying hope of an appearance by Special Agent Tony DiNozzo's long-lost love, played by Cote de Pablo, but TV dad Robert Wagner will be on hand.
7 p.m. WCCO, Ch. 4
"Survivor" creator Mark Burnett earned a fortune by making island retreats look like a sentence in purgatory. The tourism bureau should be much more pleased with "Coupled," his new reality-based series in which a dozen overly stimulated women greet suitors helicoptered in from the mainland for a tropical take on "The Bachelor." Nothing really new here, although Burnett has clearly tried to be racially inclusive, starting with his African-American host Terrence "J" Jenkins. The contestant who figures out what the "J" stands for earns a free drink at the tiki bar.
8 p.m. KMSP, Ch. 9