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 21
Bisexual doc Callie competes for a big grant on Grey's Anatomy, and out fashion expert Tim Gunn checks in with the finalists on Project Runway.
Thursday, October 21
8:30 pm $#*! My Dad Says, CBS (30 mins) NEW
After Henry borrows some of Ed’s clothes, he decides to teach his son a lesson he won’t soon forget. Features out waiter Tim.
9:00 pm Grey’s Anatomy, ABC (1 hr) NEW
Bisexual MD Callie, Derek, Owen, and other attendings compete for a grant, leading the chief to put the residents in charge.
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! The hotties get their hands dirty as mechanics on tonight’s episode.
9:00 pm The Office, NBC (30 mins) NEW
One of Dunder-Mifflin’s competitors starts stealing clients, and of course Michael has a plan to get them back. Later, Andy tries to start a band after finds out that his old friend has become a famous musician. And what’s in store for out accountant Oscar this week?
9:00 pm Project Runway, Lifetime (90 min) NEW
In the first part of the season finale, out fashion expert Tim Gunn visits the four remaining designers to check out their progress. What will Tim think of the out contestants’ looks?
9:30 pm Outsourced, NBC (30 mins) NEW
After a rather risque shipment comes in, Tim decides that he should arrange a seminar about sexual harrasment. Too bad someone has already filed a complaint. Do you think it could be Gupta (out actor Parvesh Cheena)?
10:30 pm On the Road with Austin & Santino, Lifetime (30 mins) NEW
The boys head to North Carolina to create a sexy dress for a woman attending a benefit for her wolf sanctuary.
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