Veep (HBO, 10:30 p.m.): The entire series has been leading to this: it’s election night for Selina Meyer and her squad of nefarious neurotics. The season’s been stellar, and since the question of whether or not Selina can hold on to the presidency she inherited by default could go either way, the potential for one of Veep’s more spectacular meltdowns is at an all-time high. Kate Kulzick is ready to soak up all the beautiful insults and Amy Ryan eyerolls while she still can.
Game Of Thrones (HBO, 9 p.m.): Dragons! Greyscale! Whitewalkers! Rape! This season truly has had it all. Erik Adams and Myles McNutt are taking one last trip to Westeros to review the final episode of a flashy yet frustrating season.
Silicon Valley (HBO, 10 p.m.): Then Les Chappell will swing by NorCal, where he will spend some time with a handful of hapless nerds and report back for the show’s second season finale.
Halt And Catch Fire (AMC, 10 p.m.): The call’s coming from inside the house as an internal problem at Mutiny threatens the entire operation. Dennis Perkins thinks that sounds very dire indeed, will probably not write a review as old-timey as we just made it sound.
NBA Finals (NBC, 8 p.m.): The Cavaliers and the Warriors continue their dance in the very crucial Game 5.
Mother Funders (Bravo, 9 p.m.): “A pink-pajama party kicks off the year’s first fund-raising event, but an unapproved party favor stirs up drama, in the series premiere of this reality show that zeros in on women trying to raise funds for an elementary school in a small Georgia town.” If this wasn’t produced by Jack Donaghy, we’re not interested.
Botched (E!, 9 p.m.): ”Dr. Dubrow tries to separate a uniboob, while Dr. Nassif battles to fix a former boxer’s nose. Also: They have some unexpected news for actress Shauna Sand.” :(
Back To The Future (AMC, 8 p.m.): One of the two movies we will always stop and watch when it’s on television, no matter how far along. (The other, of course, is the SMASH HIT Jimmy Fallon/Drew Barrymore Boston Red sox romcom Fever Pitch.) (He does an impression of her that sounds like a seagull, you guys!) (Drew has the best hair she’s ever had!!) (He uses Yankee toilet paper!!!) (Anyway, Back To The Future is a very fun film.)
In case you missed it
Phineas and Ferb: The delightfully weirdo cartoon aired its final episode this weekend, and Kevin Johnson has some thoughts for you.