On TV this Thursday: Does blood pair nicely with beignets? The Vampire Diaries will find out. Also, c’mon In Vogue with HBO, a Grey’s doc gets some sisterly support, Dunder Mifflin celebrates its last Christmas in The Office and more. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm The Big Bang Theory (CBS) | Sheldon tries to nurse a sick Amy back to health, while Wolowitz prepares for a fishing trip with his father-in-law.
8 pm 30 Rock (NBC) | Jenna’s furious that Liz stole her wedding thunder. (Jenna, you shouldn’t worry. I’m still floored/horrified by your “Zou Bisou Bisou” proposal during the live show.) Elaine Stritch returns as Jack’s mom; Florence Henderson (The Brady Bunch) and Gayle King (CBS This Morning) also guest-star.
9 pm In Vogue: The Editor’s Eye (HBO) | Walking clothes hangers, iconic fashion, Anna Wintour…. They’re all in this documentary, which also features some of the magazine’s favorite subjects including Nicole Kidman and Sarah Jessica Parker.
9 pm Person of Interest (CBS) | A New York cabbie’s number comes up and any one of his passengers could be involved in the crime. 24‘s Reiko Aylesworth guest-stars.
9 pm Beauty and the Beast (The CW) | While testing a theory of JT’s, Vincent has a flashback about getting his first super-soldier shot in Afghanistan. Meanwhile, Cat investigates the murder of a teen pop star (played by How to Rock‘s Max Schneider).
9 pm Project Runway All Stars (Lifetime) | The designers create red carpet looks from Earth-friendly materials. Diane Von Furstenberg also shows up to gift me with a wrap dress guest-judge.
9 pm The Office (NBC) | When the party-planning committee drops the ball (oh, cut Angela some slack, would ya?), Dwight invites everyone to partake in a traditional Schrute German Christmas.
10 pm Elementary (CBS) | A former lover of Watson’s needs her help.
10 pm Burn Notice (USA) | Michael brokers a deal selling some expensive technology to a thief, but Sam gets dragged in as part of a high-stakes robbery.
10:30 pm The League (FX) | Pete suspects his Grandpa Duke (played by TV vet Robert Wagner) is committing adultery.
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