We keep having these recurring nightmares where the cable goes out and we can't watch TV. Then we wake up in a cold sweat and spend the rest of the night watching infomercials and sucking on our thumbs. Is it possible we have an addiction to television? Maybe. But who are you to judge? After all, when's the last time you went a night without watching our Complex TV Picks?
DOCUMENTARY: TIGER NEXT DOOR, ANIMAL PLANET, 10 PM
• You thought your neighbor was weird because every now and then he lugs suspicious bags to the trash chute and there's a weird tuna fish aroma outside his door? Well that's normal compared to this guy who keeps a tiger for a pet. Find out just how weird it is tonight in the critically acclaimed documentary, Tiger Next Door.
COMEDY: IMPORTANT THINGS WITH DEMETRI MARTIN, COMEDY CENTRAL, 12:30 PM
• You either hate Demetri Martin or love him. We happen to think he's funny as shit. On tonight's episode, Demetri explores the subject of lines. Like the line we just crossed by comparing him to human excrement.
COMEDY: MANSWERS, SPIKE, 11 PM
• We'd like to think of ourselves as sophisticated men, but let's be real, we still laugh at fart jokes and get a real kick out of slapstick humor. Maybe that's why we seem to love MANswers so much. Tonight's episode gives tips on how to film a sex tape, insight into the female anatomy, and explains the force required to separate bone from muscle.
SPORTS: NCAA SWEET SIXTEEN, CBS, ALL EVENING
• Obama wasn't the only one whose bracket got screwed by Northern Iowa's upset over Kansas. But nobody ever said March Madness was supposed to be predictable. The Sweet Sixteen kicks off tonight, and here's the lineup: Butler vs. Syracuse at 7:07 p.m. followed by Washington vs. West Virginia at 7:27 p.m. Next up is Xavier vs. Kansas State at 9:37 p.m. and then upset alert, Revenge of the Nerds style: Cornell vs. Kentucky at 9:57 p.m.
DOCUMENTARY: MARIJUANA INC: INSIDE AMERICA'S POT INDUSTRY, CNBC, MIDNIGHT
• Ever worry that you waste a lot of money on weed? Well, you can take solace in the fact that you're just stimulating the economy. Because, as CNBC's documentary will explain, marijuana is a major industry just like paper towels or apple sauce. Tune in tonight to see just how much green Americans are spending on their green.