What does one get Barbra Streisand for her 75th birthday? While I'm sure the superstar would appreciate a dozen white roses, she'll probably be just fine if you commemorate the milestone by watching at least part of a marathon that kicks off with "Funny Girl," followed by "The Way We Were," "Yentl" and "A Star Is Born." A nice lineup, although it would have been more fitting if the party organizers had subbed out "Star" for "The Prince of Tides."
7 p.m., TCM
Some of my favorite sitcoms of the past five years revolve around women behaving badly, and there's no sign the trend has worn out its welcome. "Girlboss" instantly joins the ranks of "Broad City" and "Fleabag" thanks to former "30 Rock" writer Kay Cannon's scathingly funny scripts and Britt Robertson's 20-something heroine, whose shortcomings include laziness, self-centeredness and bad hygiene. The fact that she's also brutally honest makes her more likable than any of the soul searchers on "Girls." This new character may not be the voice of her generation, but she just may be the voice of supersmart TV comedy. Good enough.
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A round on the house
Belly up to the new series "Booze Traveler: Best Bars," in which host Jack Maxwell leads viewers on the ultimate pub-crawl. The journey begins along the Intracoastal Waterway of Lantana, Fla., where he hangs out with Vanilla Ice — or at least he thinks it's Vanilla Ice. After four or five rum runners, it's hard to be sure.
9 p.m., Travel Channel