What to Watch: Thursday, February 2

New episodes of 30 Rock and Archer bring the laughs tonight. Inspire your muse with a unique take on couture from Project Runway All Stars. A surprising and emotional new Grey's Anatomy offers an alternate universe for Meredith and the Seattle Grace team.

What to Watch: Thursday, February 2

8:00pm: 30 Rock, NBC (30 mins) NEW

Liz and Jack argue over contract negotiations, leaving Kenneth feeling snubbed and he seeks a new page assignment. Tracy and Jenna work as entertainment at a Bar Mitzvah for their accountant's son.

8:00pm: Days of Our Lives, SoapNet (1 hr) NEW

Will reveals a gift from EJ and Sami is left speechless when Madison calls off their plot against Kate. Hope comes to a decision about her safe deposit box, while Nicole continues to wear down Will.

9:00pm: Grey's Anatomy, ABC (1 hr) NEW

Meredith starts to wonder "what if...?" and pictures an entire alternate universe for herself and the staff of Seattle Grace. Among the scenarios: her mother had never fallen victim to Alzheimer's, Meredith never met Derek and he stayed with Addison, and Callie and Owen became a couple before she met Arizona. Watch the first ten minutes below.


9:00pm: Project Runway All Stars, Lifetime (1 hr) NEW

The All Stars literally take the clothes off your back as they hit the streets of New York to find pieces for new outfits.

9:00pm: NY Ink, TLC (1 hr) NEW

Robear tries speed dating and a rift between Billy and Ami could have disastrous consequences for their relationship (and Billy's career!).

10:00pm: Archer, FX (30 mins) NEW

ISIS team up with the Mounties to transport a Canadian terrorist.

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