This Thursday night, don't miss the premiere of Threat Level Midnight on The Office, plus a Valentine's Day murder on Bones, a difficult client on Million Dollar Listing and a surprising request from Callie on Grey's Anatomy. Later, catch a "green" episode of Archer, the return of Out of the Wild, and a performance by GLAAD Media Award nominees the Scissor Sisters on The Late Show!
What to Watch: Thursday, February 17
9:00pm: Grey’s Anatomy, ABC (1 hr) NEW
Pregnant bisexual surgeon Callie asks Cristina to be her baby’s godmother tonight, and Meredith isn’t thrilled about that while she runs the ER for a night to prove herself worthy of chief resident.
9:00pm: Million Dollar Listing, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
An intimidating client causes problems when he accompanies out realtor Madison to make a lowball offer on a home, and threatens to fire him when he doesn’t get his way.
9:00pm: The Office, NBC (30 min) NEW
Michael’s movie “Threat Level Midnight” finally premieres, and all the Dunder Mifflin employees have roles. Is out accountant Oscar’s performance Oscar-worthy? Check out the debut and find out!
9:00pm: Bones, Fox (1 hr) NEW
Cam gives the crew a deadline to get to the bottom of the Valentine’s Day murder so they can keep their romantic date night plans. Pregnant bisexual forensic artist Angela is thrilled, but her husband Hodgins is worried about putting convenience over justice in this sneak peak at tonight’s episode:
10:00pm: Archer, FX (30 min) NEW
Malory tries to make the ISIS staff (including gay agent Ray and bisexual HR director Pam) go green; while Archer and Lana head to the Bayou to stop an eco-terrorist from bombing America's largest natural gas pipeline.
10:00pm: Out of the Wild: Venezuela, Discovery Channel (1 hr) SEASON PREMIERE
Season two of the survival reality series starts tonight, and nine adventurers, including out teammate Rob Lacombe, are dropped off in the remote jungles of Venezuela to find their way back to civilization.
11:35pm: The Late Show with David Letterman (1 hr) NEW
Tonight, Dave’s musical guests are the Scissor Sisters, who are nominated for Outstanding Music Artist at the GLAAD Media Awards this year. Don’t miss the performance from their new album "Night Work"!
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