On TV this Thursday: Two and a Half Men leaves you wanting Moore, a Rescue Me alum gets Elementary schooled, a Grey’s Anatomy doc gets crafty and HBO’s doc on the Stones is a gas, gas, gas. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (always linked below), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm 30 Rock (NBC) | Tracy and Jack engage in a battle of wits (which you’d think would be stacked in the boss’ favor, right?) after the TGS star portrays Donaghy as a villain in his new movie.
8:30 pm Two and a Half Men (CBS) | In an instance of art imitating life-from-five-years-ago, Ashton Kutcher’s Walden enjoys being a rich older woman’s boy-toy.
9 pm Crossfire Hurricane (HBO) | This new Rolling Stones documentary features interviews with band members and never-before-seen footage from the iconic group’s 50-year history.
9 pm Grey’s Anatomy (ABC) | In this Chandra Wilson-directed episode, the docs have to confront the realities of their injuries as they move forward with their lawsuit. Meanwhile, crafty ol’ Bailey tricks Arizona into helping her with a pediatric case.
9 pm Beauty and the Beast (The CW) | Both Vincent and Evan make their feelings for Cat clear. (Tough life, eh Cat?) Meanwhile, Vincent tries to figure out why he blacked out last episode.
9 pm The Office (NBC) | The Dunder Mifflin ladies coach Dwight (who’s never been successful selling to women) on his pitch to the female head of the Scranton White Pages. Melora Hardin returns as Jan.
10 pm Scandal (ABC) | Olivia asks Harrison to “handle” one of his fellow associates; Cyrus and Fitz deal with the ramifications of James’ front-page news story.
10 pm Elementary (CBS) | Sherlock assists with a double homicide similar to one that took place 13 years ago. Callie Thorne (Rescue Me) guest-stars as Gregson’s former partner.
10 pm Burn Notice (USA Network) | When a CIA task force targets MIchael after he’s accused of a crime at a local hotel, senior officer Olivia Riley brings Sam in for questioning.
10:30 pm The League (FX) | Taco tries to sell knockoff merchandise and has a run-in with former Chicago Bears quarterback Jim McMahon.
Which of the above is must-see for you? Also, hit comments to offer your own tune-in suggestions.