So how about that Paheeba day? Full of awesomeness and sparkles and lady parts, right? Although I feel like I should apologize to mrs.admin for inadvertently seeing her husband in an inappropriate context. But really, what Paheeba day demonstrates to me is that we have an amazing amount of talent and friendship within the Pajiban community and it always blows me away what people can come up with when given the opportunity. Especially when it’s not for their own gain but to honor the memory of a friend and help send a little boy to the college of his dreams one day. It’s really quite touching. In the heart warming way, not the naughty way, although there’s a lot of that too. Now that I’ve gotten sappy all over you, here’s what Thursday night TV has to offer:
8:00 p.m.: “Bones” on FOX. I’m starting to get really irritated by Angela. She’s never been my favorite, but I always attributed it to her having to fit this ridiculous “free spirit” mold to provide some kind of “contrast” to the rest of the cast. Now I just think she’s condescending and selfish. Anyone else getting this?
“Community” on NBC.
“Flash Forward” on ABC. I still haven’t gotten around to watching last week’s episode on Hulu. Whoops. I’m sure I’ll get around to it. Maybe. It’s less of a “must watch” for me ever since they killed off the hot guy. Yes, I’m shallow.
“Miami Dolphins at Carolina Panthers” on NFL Network.
“Survivor” on CBS.
“Vampire Diaries” on The CW.
8:30 p.m.: “Parks and Recreation” on NBC.
9:00 p.m.: “CSI” on CBS.
“Fringe” on FOX.
“Grey’s Anatomy” on ABC. The turn at the end of last week’s episode was either a brilliant and planned reveal, or the writer’s realizing they were about to 100% kill the goodwill towards yet another character and trying to pull it back. I guess how they move forward will determine which one it is.
“The Office” on NBC.
“Supernatural” on The CW.
“WWII in HD” on History.
9:30 p.m.: “30 Rock” on NBC.
10:00 p.m.: “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” on FX.
“The Jay Leno Show” on NBC.
“The Mentalist” on CBS.
“Project Runway” on Lifetime. I’m not a huge fan of any of the final three (I’m still mourning the elimination of Ra’mon, who was the most interesting and appealing designer on the show in my opinion) but of them I think that Carol Hannah has the best fundamentals vis a vis construction, and because I’m not blown away by any of their “visions” I’m pulling for her. But it all ends tonight, either way.
“Private Practice” on ABC.
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