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What to Watch: Thursday January 5

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Some of the fan favorites return in Project Runway All Stars, premiering tonight, plus new episodes of Grey's Anatomy and NY Ink.

What to Watch: Thursday, January 5

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

A car accident leaves the eldest daughter of a family to make serious decisions about her siblings and parents.  Lexie has to work alongside Mark's new girlfriends during an eye surgery.

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

Austin Scarlett, Mondo Guerra, Rami Kashou and Michael Costello return in the all-star version of the hit reality show.  For this version the contestants will be mentored by Marie Claire editor-in-chief Joanna Coles and judged by designers Georgina Chapman, Isaac Mizrahi and supermodel Angela Lindvall.

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

Ami throws a party to celebrate the shop's success but things turn sour when Megan invites Chris and doesn't ask for Ami's permission.  Jessica continues to work towards becoming a tattoo artist.

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