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What to Watch: Thursday, April 28

This Thursday night, tune in to The Office to bid Michael Scott farewell during Steve Carell's final episode, and don't miss new episodes of Rules of Engagement, Bones, and Grey's Anatomy!

What to Watch: Thursday, April 28

8:30pm: Rules of Engagement, CBS (30 min) NEW
After learning that their lesbian surrogate Brenda is pregnant, Jeff decides it’s time to make some changes in his life when an old photo of him appears in an art gallery.

9:00pm: The Office, NBC (30 min) NEW
Steve Carell and his beloved bumbling character Michael Scott say their final goodbyes tonight when the Dunder-Mifflin staff (including out accountant Oscar) wish him bon voyage at the office. Don’t miss the goodbye party to say farewell to the World’s Best Boss!

9:00pm: Bones, Fox (1 hr) NEW
After finding a man who was murdered for being too honest, the members of the Jeffersonian crew attempt to be more honest with each other and bisexual forensic artist Angela urges Hodgins to confront the reality of potential health problems of their unborn child.

9:00pm: Grey’s Anatomy, ABC (1 hr) NEW
Bisexual surgeon Callie and her baby Sofia are slowly healing after the shocking car accident, but Callie has yet to see her daughter and tonight Seattle Grace staff rallies to get the new mommy and her daughter on to recovery so they can finally meet. Check out this sneak peek from tonight's episode:

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