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Critic’s corner: What’s on TV Monday night

PHIL McCARTEN /reuters/file

90210 8 p.m., CW

Guess who’s finale-bombing “90210”? Prince Michael Jackson, the round-faced kid with the long brown hair who is the oldest son of the late Michael Jackson. Prince Michael (pictured), who is also a new correspondent for “Entertainment Tonight,” will be playing a trauma victim on the series’ last episode, which will be preceded by a look back at all the show’s many, many extraordinary and wonderful and special moments.

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How I Met Your Mother 8 p.m., CBS

Another Ted-Robin moment? Are they the Ross and Rachel of this show? I sure hope not. Last week, at the end of the episode, the couple were holding hands and once again having doubts about whether they belong together. On the eve of Barney and Robin’s wedding, years into accepting that Ted and Robin aren’t a good couple, we should be way beyond this. My guess? Barney will have already taken the locket from the buried box, and he will present it to Robin (Cobie Smulders, pictured) at their wedding, thus proving he knows her best of all. The season finale is Monday night, and Ted is scheduled to meet his future wife. We’ve been — wait for it — waiting for it.

2 Broke Girls 9 p.m., CBS

See how they pun.

James May’s Man Lab 10 p.m., BBC America

Is that what he calls his bar?

Rectify 10 p.m., Sundance Channel

He’s on Life Row.

Matthew Gilbert can be reached at gilbert@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter @MatthewGilbert.
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