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What to Watch: Thursday, March 24

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This Thursday night, catch a marriage proposal on The Office, a baby shower on Grey's, the return of Devon Banks on 30 Rock and a hunt for a placebo perp on Archer!

What to Watch: Thursday, March 24

9:00pm: The Office, NBC (30 min) NEW
The Dunder Mifflin staff (including out accountant Oscar) holds a garage sale in the warehouse, and Michael finally works up the courage to pop the question to Holly! What will her answer be? Tune in and find out!

9:00pm: Grey’s Anatomy, ABC (1 hr) NEW
This week, bisexual surgeon Callie is having her baby shower at Seattle Grace! But tensions arise when Callie’s girlfriend Arizona and her baby-daddy Mark butt heads over conflicting ideas of kind of baby shower Callie actually wants, the first in what's sure to be a long battle over child-raising opinions for the soon-to-be co-parents.

10:00pm: 30 Rock, NBC (30 min) NEW
When TGS is forced into a sudden hiatus, Jack enlists the help of his enemy, openly gay  executive Devon Banks (played by returning guest star Will Arnett), to save the network.

10:00pm: Archer, FX (30 min) NEW
After being diagnosed with breast cancer last week, Sterling finds out tonight that his chemo drugs are actually candies, and he enlists the help of the ISIS staff, including bisexual HR director Pam and gay agent Ray, to find the fraudster. Take a sneak peek at tonight's episode below:
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