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What to Watch…Thursday, November 29, 2007

November 29, 2007 by  

It’s Thursday, but it doesn’t feel like Thursday. I wonder what Jim and Pam are doing right now. I wonder if Dwight is still reeling over his break up with Angela. Michael is probably doing something ridiculous, and Ryan is most likely still a DB, but I guess we won’t know because The Office is over. But there are other shows to watch tonight, albeit it not many because most are in re-runs. Looks like 30 Rock is going to be the highlight of my evening. But Thursday just doesn’t feel like Thursday with out Dunder Mifflin.

Here’s what I’ll be watching, what will you be checking out?

My Name is Earl | 8pm on NBC
“Burn Victim″
Earl hopes to finally win his freedom by helping the warden (Craig T. Nelson) with yet another jailhouse cause. This time, Earl must smooth over tensions between an inmate and his crime victims.

30 Rock | 8:30pm on NBC
What to watch: 30 ROCK“Cougars”
Tracy coaches an inner-city Little League team, but Jack causes complications when he sets out to make the team a winner. Meanwhile, the new coffee guy woos Liz, despite their 17-year age difference. Edie Falco guest stars.

The Office | 9pm on NBC (Repeat)
“Back From Vacation”
Michael returns from his Jamaican vacation a relaxed and revitalized man, but that quickly changes when a spicy vacation photograph makes its way around the office. Meanwhile, Jim and Karen have an argument—with Pam caught in the middle of it all. – Yes, it’s a repeat but I’ll still be watching. The writer’s get paid residuals 🙂

Scrubs | 9:30pm on NBC
“My Growing Pains”
J.D. tries to grow up for the sake of his baby, but Turk resists his new goal. Elsewhere, Dr. Cox gives a patient difficult news, and Elliot plans a birthday party for Kelso, whose real age is revealed.

Also new episodes of…

  • Survivor: China| 8pm on CBS
  • ER | 10pm on NBC
  • Big Shots | 10pm on ABC

…what will make it’s way on to your TiVo tonight?

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10 Responses to “What to Watch…Thursday, November 29, 2007”

  1. What to Watch…Thursday, November 30, 2007 — All This Nonsense on November 29th, 2007 12:42 pm

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  2. Melody on November 29th, 2007 12:51 pm

    Thursday without “The Office” is nothing better than a Tuesday.

  3. carly jaye on November 29th, 2007 12:59 pm

    a little glimmer of my happiness in tv viewing tonight is the new kathy griffin special on bravo @ 9pm- i think it’s called, “straight to hell”…

  4. JennyL on November 29th, 2007 1:05 pm

    Thursdays used to be my favourite day of the week, mostly because of the good tv shows. Now it’s just depressing. On one hand I’m excited there are still shows with new episodes, but then while I’m watching the shows I’m not enjoying myself – I’m constantly thinking how many episodes are left…etc. So, if strike ends tomorrow (please please please) – then roughly 6 weeks from now we’ll start seeing new episodes, right?? I think about this way too much. 🙁

  5. GMMR on November 29th, 2007 1:09 pm

    Carly Jaye – THANKS for the reminder!! That is so getting added to the list!

  6. CrazyGringa on November 29th, 2007 1:35 pm

    I was just telling Mexicanity that today just doesn’t feel the same without a new Office. So sad.

  7. What to Watch…Thursday, November 29, 2007 — All This Nonsense on November 29th, 2007 1:43 pm

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  8. Nancy on November 29th, 2007 3:14 pm

    I feel so blue : ( I need a little glimmer of hope. Sigh.

  9. Karen on November 29th, 2007 6:17 pm

    Can’t we just skip to Friday? Without The Office, what’s the point. There IS no other show on Thursday nights as far as I’m concerned.

  10. BrokenBrain on November 29th, 2007 7:46 pm

    Glad I am not the only one depressed with no new Offices on the horizon.

    GMMR, I support the writers wholeheartedly, but it seems like now would be the time to actually watch online, especially the shows you care about. If folks don’t watch online, then the corp wigs can say, “Look, no one watches this way” when in fact it really is the way to go in the future. Plus, all those iTunes downloads of TO (with no residuals) are probably what kept it on the air so that the writers could continue to get paychecks now (well not NOW, but you know what I mean.) I just really hope a fair solution can be come up with quickly. It makes me sick that The Apprentice will be back.