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What to Watch: Thursday, May 5

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This Thursday night, don't miss a surprising sonogram on Rules of Engagement and an elite "inner circle" forming on The Office, plus a silent suspect on Bones and Callie & Arizona's highly anticipated wedding on Grey's Anatomy!

What to Watch: Thursday, May 5

8:30pm: Rules of Engagement, CBS (30 min) NEW
This week, Jeff and Audrey start to panic when they see the sonogram from their lesbian surrogate Brenda’s ultrasound and learn that they may be having twins!

9:00pm: The Office, NBC (30 min) NEW
Now that Michael’s gone, new office manager Deangelo reveals his true management style and picks favorites among the staff to form an “Inner Circle,” which polarizes the Dunder Mifflin staff into separate camps. Which side will out accountant Oscar end up on? Tune in and find out!

9:00pm: Bones, Fox (1 hr) NEW
When a deaf and mute teenage girl is found in the streets covered in blood, the Jeffersonian crew works to find out who she is and what her connection is to a recent murder. And bisexual forensic artist Angela continues to keep her husband Hodgins in the dark about the details of her pregnancy and the possibility that their baby may be born blind.

9:00pm: Grey’s Anatomy, ABC (1 hr) NEW
This week, Arizona and Callie are tying the knot! But when problems arise with their families, their dream wedding starts to become a nightmare as the couple tries to please everybody; here’s a sneak peek at tonight’s episode:

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