What to Watch: 07/03/2016

It’s a Sunday of awkward eaters and posh British detectives don’t eat. However, there’s lots of options for your pre-Indy Day buffet – and a lot of them indeed involve dining. So, we’re off to Shake Shack, but we’ll leave you with this.

JASON’S PICK:
Endeavour [PBS, 9p]
Young Inspector Morse is back for a third series, free and clear from any murder charges, and ready to solve the first of four cases – this one’s about a missing au pair.

NAVANI’S PICK:
The Jim Gaffigan Show  [TVLand, 10p]
Perception is reality and Jim learns that the hard way as he attempts to get his position back.

BRAD’S PICK:
Preacher [AMC, 9p]
Every episode we get closer to the epic road trip that exemplified the comics. Jesse, tulip and Cassidy’s journey gets stranger … And maybe we’ll learn a little more about what’s up with Odin Quinncannon

KATHERINE’S PICK:
Food Paradise [Travel, 8p]
Celebrate hot dog variations through alternative toppings (gravy) or meat (alligator).

ALSO ON TAP TONIGHT:

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  • Last week’s ABC line-up of modernized classic game shows proved a total winner, when some Pyramid guests were a bit, erm, off {sorry, we love ya, Anthony Anderson, but why were you there}, others like Sherri Shepherd and Kathy Najimy (a big-money champ long before she was a star) stepped up like Pyramid ballers. And Alec Baldwin proved surprisingly perfect for the oozy host position at Match Game.
  • It seems to be mostly forgotten, but 1993’s Dave, starring Kevin Kline as the ultimate accidental president is one of the best political comedies of all time. It airs tonight on Pop.

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