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What to Watch: Thursday, March 17

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This Thursday night, don't miss brand new episodes of Bones and Archer, plus the premiere of Kathy Griffin's new special "50 & Not Pregnant" on Bravo!

What to Watch: Thursday, March 17

9:00pm: Bones, Fox (1 hr) NEW
A blackout during a blizzard hinders a murder case when Booth and Brennan are trapped in an elevator during a potential viral outbreak. That’s all you’ve got, Bones? Meanwhile, bisexual forensic artist Angela and her husband Hodgins receive some worrisome news about her pregnancy. Take a look at the preview of tonight’s episode:
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9:00pm: Kathy Griffin: 50 & Not Pregnant, Bravo (1 hr) PREMIERE
Hysterically outspoken LGBT ally Kathy Griffin returns to Bravo with a brand new special! This time, she’s got it out for Uma Thurman, Oprah & Gayle, and everyone’s favorite boxed-wine sippin’ mom Maggie. What other celebs should be worried? Tune in and found out!

10:00pm: Archer, FX (30 min) NEW
When Malory suspects she may have breast cancer, Archer decides that he should be checked for the disease as well, and becomes a huge burden on the ISIS staff (including gay agent Ray and bisexual HR director Pam) when he’s diagnosed with male breast cancer.


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