What to watch on Thursday, November 15...
8pm, The CW
The Vampire Diaries
There will be more hallucinations in the Thursday-at-8pm time slot this week, but in Mystic Falls instead of on the island of Sainte Marina. In "We All Go a Little Mad Sometimes," Elena experiences Psycho-esque, blood-in-the-shower hallucinations related to last week's murder, causing her to "make a dangerous mistake."
Up All Night
Up All Night is celebrating Thanksgiving tonight; do you think Will Arnett, Christina Applegate, and Maya Rudolph are thankful that NBC wants to see their show succeed, or do think they'd rather just get canceled and move onto other jobs instead of switching from single-cam to multi-cam? Anyway, in "Thanksgiving," Reagan somehow causes Chris to miss spending the holiday in Maryland with his family, so she tries to plan a better one at home.
Grease is the word tonight in "Glease," in which the New Directions debut their production of the classic musical. Plus Kurt and Rachel return to McKinley High, and even Santana makes an appearance (presumably "in person," instead of just on Skype). How will Unique do as Rizzo? Will Blaine be the most depressing Teen Angel ever? Tune in to find out!
Project Runway All Stars
In "Made in the USA Today," the designers must create looks inspired by images sent to them by readers of USA Today. So I guess we should expect a lot of "business traveler chic"?
Parks and Recreation
Tonight's episode is called "Leslie vs. April," which is reason enough to tune in. Apparently they'll be feuding because April wants to turn Lot 48 into a dog park; will Leslie be able to keep her cool in the presence of April's withering stare? Also on the docket: Ben helps Tom with Rent-a-Swag, Andy works on his CSI skills, and Vice President Joe Biden guest-stars!
SEASON 4 FINALE, midnight, Adult Swim
Adult Swim's excellent 15-minute medical drama spoof show wraps up its fourth season tonight with "Eulogy," which features a special Newsreaders report on the death of one of the Childrens Hospital cast members. Yep, someone's gonna DIE... and if the promos are to be believed, things aren't looking good for ol' Dr. Clown Face. But really, you never know with this show. (Also, I would totally watch an entire Newsreaders spin-off, Adult Swim. Please take note.)
– Tim Allen, Nolan Gould, and Switchfoot on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, 11:35pm, NBC
– Zooey Deschanel, comic Lisa Lampanelli, and Donald Fagen on Late Night With David Letterman, 11:35 am, CBS
– Mel Brooks, journalist Jake Tapper, and Jason Aldean on Jimmy Kimmel Live, 12am, NBC
– Max Greenfield and Lucy Punch. on The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson, 12:37am, CBS
WHAT ARE YOU WATCHING TONIGHT?