On TV this Thursday: The Last Comic Standing wins, Gang Related blurs the lines between work and play, Garfunkel and Oates meet a namesake and NY Med checks out of the ER. Here are 10 programs to keep on you radar.
What to Watch Today
Gang Related and Other Finales, Oates Meets Oates and More
As Queen Ralia’s life hangs in the balance, the remaining Paladins must face a frightening forest dweller and rely on their physical stamina, intelligence and resourcefulness to
outwit, outlast and outplay each otherensure her survival.
Doc Yewll works to keep a secret; Earth-shattering events create backlash for Defiance and Stahma.
Last Comic Standing
Season finale: The winning comic is revealed. Also judges Roseanne Barr and Russell Peters perform, as will the winner of the “Comic Comeback” online competition. (This America votes for?!)
When the Division helps tenants move out of a condemned housing complex, Andy and Chloe find a severely beaten man — and their hunt for his attacker leads them to a major criminal operation.
Season finale: Daniel uses his wedding to complete a deal between Javier and Lavar Quintel. Meanwhile, Chapel leads his team to Mexico in search of Matias. (Not yet renewed.)
Rush takes on a medical call involving Manny’s father, while Eve takes charge of a case that illustrates her value in Rush’s life.
Season finale: This week features an out-of-breath architect, a wedding ring that requires surgery to come off and a trauma surgeon (Owen Hunt?) with a tough exterior and soft center.
Neil learns some unexpected information after a security breach at Bastion, while Grace’s design work produces some welcome exposure.
The Honorable Woman
As the mysterious phone calls increase, Nessa’s security advisor follows a risky lead to uncover the identity of Kasim’s kidnappers. Meanwhile, Ephra makes an alarming discovery.
Garfunkel and Oates
After Riki and Kate stumble across a porn parody video of their act, they end up with much more than they bargained for when they meet the adult store’s clerk (played by John Oates himself).