It's getting down to the wire for the remaining out contestants on Project Runway--which designer do you think will make it to fashion week?
Thursday, September 30
8:00 pm Bones, Fox (1 hr) NEW
Booth’s girlfriend makes a surprise visit, which leads Brennan to reconsider her relationship with Booth. Meanwhile, the team, including bisexual forensic artist Angela, investigate the remains of a couple found in a cave.
Will bisexual forensic artist Angela use her creative flair to catch the criminal on tonight's on Bones
8:30 pm $#*! My Dad Says, CBS (30 mins) NEW
Henry tries to install wireless internet, but Ed refuses. Later, Bonnie lets Ed give her a breast examination. Features gay DMV employee, Tim.
9:00 pm Grey’s Anatomy, ABC (1 hr) NEW
Cristina experiences PTSD in the middle of surgery, and Meredith tells Derek her big secret. Later, Bailey doesn’t want Alex operating until his bullet is removed. Also features couple Callie and Arizona.
9:00 pm PT/12:00 am ET Wild Things, Showtime (30 mins) NEW
Three former Trantasia stars Maria Roman, Tiara Russell and Cassandra Cass have their own reality series! This week, the transgender hotties try out boxing, but not without a little fun mixed in!
9:00 pm The Office, NBC (30 mins) NEW
Corporate forces Michael into counseling sessions with Toby. Later, Dwight plans to get back at a mail-shop owner, and Pam wants to change her job title. Features out accountant Oscar.
9:00 pm Project Runway, Lifetime (90 min) NEW
The remaining designers including what’s left of Team Gay, channel their favorite memories for tonight’s look. What will out designer and judge Michael Kors think?
10:30 pm On the Road with Austin & Santino, Lifetime (30 mins) NEW
Out designers Austin and Santino hit the road and head to Kentucky to help a fashion victim who needs to look fabulous for an annual parade. Will the motley crew be able to create the dress of her dreams?
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