TV Picks: Thurs, Nov 15 – ‘Last Resort’, ‘Parks and Recreation’ & More

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The weekend is almost here! But before you can begin to celebrate the end of the week, you’ve got to get through Thursday’s (overstuffed) programming line-up. If reality show results aren’t your “thing,” there are still a nice selection of comedies and dramas on to keep you entertained.

Tonight, Last Resort is on a search mission for the nuclear launch key; The Vampire Diaries has Elena hallucinating, then confessing; Parks and Recreation welcomes Vice President Joe Biden; Elementary takes a trip back to Sherlock’s former rehab; The League goes tailgating – and much more.

What will you be watching?

8:00 PM
30 Rock (NBC)
The Big Bang Theory (CBS)
Last Resort (ABC)
Vampire Diaries (CW)
The X Factor (Fox)

8:30 PM
Up All Night (NBC)
Two and a Half Men (CBS)

9:00 PM
Beauty and the beast (CW)
Glee (Fox)
HBO Special: Crosssfire Hurricane [Special Presentation]
Grey’s Aanatomy (ABC)
The Office (NBC)
Person of Interest (CBS)

9:30 PM
Parks and Recreation (NBC)

10:00 PM
Burn Notice (USA)
Elementary (CBS)
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (FX)
Scandal (ABC)

10:30 PM
The League (FX)
Brand X with Russell Brand (FX)

11:30 PM
Reality Show (Showtime)

11:59 PM
Children’s Hospital (Adult Swim)
Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell (FX)

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You can check out episode descriptions and previews of some of our TV picks below:

Last Resort – “Nuke It Out” Preview

As Marcus and Sam hunt for the traitor in their ranks who stole their nuclear launch key, Prosser disobeys orders and starts a small war he can’t control. Meanwhile Grace and James must work together to defuse a dangerous situation, as back in D.C. Christine is indicted as Sam’s co-conspirator.

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Vampire Diaries – “We All Go a Little Mad Sometimes” Preview

Terrifying hallucinations leave Elena (Nina Dobrev) shaken and confused, causing her to make a dangerous mistake. After giving Stefan (Paul Wesley) some very disturbing news about Elena, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) takes matters into his own hands. Professor Shane (guest star David Alpay) reveals a story of ancient witchcraft to Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Bonnie (Kat Graham). With help from Klaus and Stefan, Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) begins a new chapter in his life. Finally, Elena makes a painful personal confession to Stefan, and Matt (Zach Roerig) gives Damon startling new information about Professor Shane.

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Parks and Recreation – “Leslie vs. April” Preview

Leslie (Amy Poehler) gets upset when April (Aubrey Plaza) tries to get Lot 48 made into a dog park. Meanwhile, Tom (Aziz Ansari) enlists Ben’s (Adam Scott) help as he tries to launch his new business venture, and Andy (Chris Pratt) hones his crime scene investigation skills.

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Elementary – “One Way to Get Off” Preview

Sherlock assists with a double homicide that has the same M.O. as a series of murders that took place 13 years ago. Meanwhile, after being frozen out by Sherlock, Watson visits his old rehab center in order to learn more about the mysterious man in her care.

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The League – “The Tailgate” Preview

Andre’s plan to take the guys tailgating is thwarted when their high school nemesis Frank “The Body” Gibiatti and his gang have the same idea. Taco tries to sell knockoff merchandise and has a run in with Chicago Great Jim McMahon.

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TAGS: beauty and the beast, burn notice, elementary, glee, grey's anatomy, jungle gold, last resort, parks and recreation, person of interest, the big bang theory, the league, the office, the vampire diaries, the x factor, two and a half men

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  1. I’ve been enjoying Last Resort and Arrow. Not the greatest shows I’ve ever seen, but not bad, and worth my time…and I’m pretty picky.