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What to Watch: Thursday, January 26

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On TV tonight, Archer teams with some men in uniform, and Diane Von Furstenberg puts the Project Runway all stars through their paces.

What to Watch: Thursday, January 26

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

Nicole asks Will to do something for her, but her true intentions may be less than honorable.

8:00 pm: 30 Rock, NBC (30 mins) NEW

Tracy continues to be on the offensive and defends idiots against Liz.  Meanwhile Jack keeps interfering in Liz's relationship and his nemesis, Devon Banks, returns.

9:00 pm: Archer, FX (30 mins) NEW

Gay agent Ray Gillette will purportedly have a higher profile this season, so it should be fun to see what he makes of Isis' teamup with the Canadian Mounties in this episode.

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

Gordana was sent packing last week when her designs for Miss Piggy fell flat, so who will get the axe when Miranda Kerr and Diane Von Furstenberg make them race against the clock to create an outfit.

9:00 pm: NY Ink, TLC (1 hr) NEW

How will Rober manage the situation when the rift between Billy and Ami has some serious consequences.

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