Worthy laughs

When he’s not providing the bark for Triumph the Insult Comic Dog, Robert Smigel is raising money for a cause close to his heart. He’s been putting together an annual telethon, “Night of Too Many Stars: America Comes Together for Autism Education,” ever since his son was diagnosed with the disorder. This is always one of the comedic highlights of the year with Smigel’s famous pals willing to do anything and everything to raise money. Among the expected highlights from this largely taped event: John Oliver auctioning off a chance to commit a crime with him and Louis C.K. giving one high bidder the opportunity to take a bow on Broadway. Jon Stewart hosts. 7 p.m. Sunday, Comedy Central

Welcome to the neighborhood

They’ve survived fires, cannibalism and hundreds of zombies. But can the gang from “The Walking Dead” put up with (gasp!) suburbia? That seems to be the direction we’re heading in what’s been a strong batch of recent episodes. We can’t wait to see Daryl Dixon (played by Normal Reedus) mow a lawn. 8 p.m. Sunday, AMC

The final rose

There are three hours left in Chris Soules’ mission to find a wife and bring her back to his Iowa farm as “The Bachelor” wraps up its season with Becca Tilley and Whitney Bischoff going toe to toe. The winner gets a handsome man and all the eggs she can handle. 7 p.m. Monday, KSTP, Ch. 5

Life with father

Robert Wagner has made a nice side living popping up occasionally on “NCIS” as the con-artist father of special agent Anthony DiNozzo (Michael Weatherly). This time out, the team seeks his help in trying to find a stolen painting. 7 p.m. Tuesday, WCCO, Ch. 4

Neal Justin