Earth shattering secrets are revealed on Days of Our Lives, The Office's Florida team prepares for the new Sabre store opening, Pharrell Williams guest stars on Project Runway All Stars, Chris and Ami confront each other on NY Ink and tensions threaten the shop and Archer may be in real danger after his sexcapades interfere with an assignment.
What to Watch: Thursday, March 1
Check local listings: Days of Our Lives, NBC (1 hr) NEW
EJ blames Sami for losing Nicole and he has a proposition for Lexi on how to get back at Sami. Nicole shares a secret with Daniel, Sami wants Rafe back and Hope and John are haunted by their shared past.
9:00pm: The Office, NBC (30 mins) NEW
The Florida team finishes preparations for the grand opening of a new Sabre store and Dwight performs a theatrical number in hopes of impressing Nellie. In Scranton, Andy arrives at work with an embarrassing injury.
9:00pm: Project Runway All Stars, Lifetime (1 hr) NEW
Musician Pharrell Williams guest judges as contestants are challenged to use light technology to create avant-garde fashion.
9:00pm: NY Ink, TLC (1 hr) NEW
Ami and Chris face off and both must decide whether they are willing to bury the hatchet to save their careers and keep the shop running or cut their losses. Megan must also make a tough decision; should she follow her boyfriend to a new place or stay in New York and continue to build her career? Check out a video of Ami and Chris' past arguments below.
10:00pm: Archer, FX (30 mins) NEW
Archer's promiscuous behaviour compromises his job on a mission and this time it could have serious consequences.
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