More than 1,500 New Yorkers gathered today in Manhattan to mourn the death of a 32 year-old gay man, who was shot down on Friday just blocks away from the historic Stonewall Inn in an apparent act of anti-gay bias.
What to Watch: Thursday, October 14
The remaining contestants on Project Runway face their final challenge before Fashion Week--who will crumble at the last minute?
Thursday, October 14
8:00 pm Bones, Fox (1 hr) NEW
Brennan makes a deal with a celeb professor. Later, the team, including bisexual forensic artist Angela, find the body of a dismembered bounty hunter.
8:30 pm $#*! My Dad Says, CBS (30 mins) NEW
Henry and Ed go on a double date, where Ed tries to save his son from rejection. Later, Vince and Bonnie work on strategies for their ad campaign for their business.
9:00 pm Grey’s Anatomy, ABC (1 hr) NEW
Meredith and Derek get some bad news, and Lexie isn’t happy about Meredith and April’s relationship. Later, Cristina and Owen look for a house. And what’s going on with the only lesbian couple on broadcast TV, CalZona?
9:00 pm ET Wild Things, Showtime (30 mins) NEW
Three former Trantasia stars Maria Roman, Tiara Russell and Cassandra Cass have their own reality series! Tonight, the hotties go to work at a slaughterhouse.
9:00 pm The Office, NBC (30 mins) NEW
Andy conducts a sex education class to try to win over Erin, while Michael contacts his former girlfriends after he thinks he has herpes. Features gay accountant, Oscar.
9:00 pm Project Runway, Lifetime (90 min) NEW
The designers finally get some earned R&R in a penthouse suite, and later a famous New Yorker gives the contestants their final challenge before Fashion week.
9:30 pm Outsourced, NBC (30 mins) NEW
Rajiv makes up a holiday to get Todd out of the way so he can pretend to be the boss. Later, Gupta (out actor Parvesh Cheena), Manmeet, and Madhuri come up with a plot to revenge.
10:30 pm On the Road with Austin & Santino, Lifetime (30 mins) NEW
Out designers Austin and Santino head to Virginia to help a cop who needs some fashion policing.
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