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What to Watch on Monday: Billy Crystal relives ‘700 Sundays’

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Billy Crystal performs his Tony Award-winning play “700 Sundays.”

Billy Crystal: 700 Sundays (8pm, HBO) - Actor-comedian Billy Crystal performs his 2005 Tony Award-winning play, an autobiographical account of his coming of age in Manhattan and the myriad of characters who influenced him along the way. Filmed at the Imperial Theatre in New York City in January of 2014, “700 Sundays” debuted on HBO this past weekend and airs often on the network throughout April.

The Blacklist (10pm, NBC) - Liz (who, let’s face it, would never be able to do her job without the constant assists from Red) patiently investigates the truth about there devious husband Tom. Also, the team targets brothers who specialize in abducting high-profile marks.

Archer (10pm, FX) - In the season finale, Archer helps Lana through childbirth and Krieger must stop the delivery of a deadly weapon.

Castle (10pm, ABC) - The body of a mobster who vanished in the 1970s is found by construction workers, and Beckett and Castle must deal with a murder witness who believes it’s still the 1970s.

Bates Motel (10pm, A&E) - Romero investigates Miss Watson’s murder, whole Norman pushes Norma further away.

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