This Thursday night, don't miss Adam Lambert on American Idol, a rock 'n' roll legend on Bones, plus drama between the realtors on Million Dollar Listing and the ISIS staff catches Hollywood fever when a celebrity actress visits Archer. Later, get your caffeine on for a late night appearance by the hilarious Wanda Sykes!
8:00pm: American Idol, Fox (1 hr) NEW
Adam Lambert will perform a live acoustic performance of "Aftermath." After the show, the Billboard remix can be purchased on his official website with a portion of the proceeds going to support the Trevor Project, an organization focused on crisis intervention and suicide prevention among LGBTQ youth. Watch Adam perform "Fever" and "Music Again" at last year's GLAAD Media Awards!
9:00pm: Bones, Fox (1 hr) NEW
Tonight's episode features a return appearance by guest star and ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons as the father of bisexual forensic artist Angela, and he’s got some baby name suggestions for the expecting Angela and her husband Hodgins. Considering his daughter's full legal name is Angela Pearly-Gates Montenegro Hodgins, let’s hope he keeps it a little simpler for his grandbaby this week.
9:00pm: Million Dollar Listing, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
The animosity between out realtor Madison and new guy Josh Altman grows when Josh uses his romantic connection to Madison’s assistant Heather to get her to quit. Take a sneak peek at Heather and Madison’s conversation from tonight’s episode:
10:00pm: Archer, FX (30 min) NEW
A Hollywood starlet joins the ISIS staff (including gay agent Ray and bisexual HR director Pam) to do research on her upcoming role as a spy, and Mallory is desperate to land a role in the movie.
12:35am: The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, CBS (1 hr) NEW
Tune in late late tonight to catch Ferguson’s guest, hilarious out comedian and GLAAD Media Award winner Wanda Sykes who is headlining at the GAYFEST benefit gala in New York this March!
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