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What to Watch on Thursday: McCreery sings on 'Idol,' more tragedy on 'Glee'

American Idol (8pm, Fox) - The six finalists perform songs they wish they had written, and 2011 "Idol" winner Scotty McCreery performs his new single, "See You Tonight."

The Office (9pm, NBC) - Dwight coerces Stanley to make a crucial sales call, while Nellie and Toby help Pam and Jim with their marital challenges. Roseanne Barr guest stars.

Glee (9pm, Fox) - As the glee club prepare for Regionals, an unthinkable event puts things into perspective. (I'm worried about Brittany's cat, Lord Tubbington, seen at left. Which means even if I still watched this show, I wouldn't be watching tonight!) Also, a former "Glee" character makes a surprise cameo appearance.

Archer (10pm, FX) - In the Season 4 finale, Archer infiltrates an underwater laboratory.

Hannibal (10pm, NBC) - Will teams up with Jack to hunt down a killer who buries his victims alive in order to grow mushrooms. Meanwhile, Hannibal begins to gain Will's trust during therapy sessions. "Scandal" and "Elementary" are both reruns tonight, so watch!

The Moment (10pm, USA) - In this new reality series, "average Joes" (and we're assuming, Josephines) try out their dream careers to decide if they should pursue the job for the long term or return to their regular careers. Tonight, an amateur photographer interviews for a job with Sports Illustrated.

Tabatha Takes Over (10pm, Bravo) - Tabatha attempts to retool an outdated nightclub in Riverside, Cal., only to discover that the three owners are stubborn and the staff is indifferent.

Legit (10:30pm, FX) - The first season ends with a prostitute clamming to be pregnant with Billy's baby.

The House I Live In (2am, UNC-TV) - Set your DVRs tonight for the winner of the 2012 Grand Jury Prize from the Sundance Film Festival: Eugene Jarecki's documentary about the failure of America's war on drugs.

What to Watch on Thursday: James Brolin is Jeff's dad on 'Community'

Community (8pm, NBC) - The gang spend Thanksgiving at Shirley's but soon begin planning their escape from the awkward gathering. Elsewhere, Jeff (Joel McHale visits his estranged dad (James Brolin, left), whom he hasn't met as an adult.

Project Runway (9pm, Lifetime) - The contestants design fashion-forward prom looks constructed from duct tape. The guest judge is designer Chris Benz.

Person of Interest (9pm, CBS) - The Machine produces six numbers at once, sending Reese and Finch on a search for clues in a coastal town where they must wait out a storm with a group of locals -- one of whom may be a killer.

Comic Book Men (9pm, AMC) - The guys hold an auction to help a friend sell a collection, and a customer expresses a kinship with a Spider-Man nemesis.

Glee (9:30pm, Fox) - The glee club is tasked to perform a song from a movie. The cast's performance of "Shout" marks the series' 500th musical number.

Legit (10:30pm, FX) - Jim arranges an intervention after discovering that Janice has become a hoarder.

What to Watch on Thursday: Lance Armstrong's doping confession to Oprah

30 Rock (8pm, NBC) - Jack and Liz head to Florida to handle his late mother's estate, only to unearth a stunning discovery about her. Tracy and Jenna supervise the "TGS" staff in their absence, leading to disastrous results for Kenneth.

American Idol (8pm, Fox) - Auditions continue.

Last Resort (8pm, ABC) - Chaplin attempts to surrender the Colorado, while Kyle and Admiral Shepard target the president.

Oprah's Next Chapter (9pm, OWN) - Part one of a two-part interview in which Oprah Winfrey interviews cyclist Lance Armstrong (right) in his hometown of Austin, Texas. In the 2.5-hour interview (part two airs tomorrow night), Armstrong comes clean about doping. For OWN newbies, the network can be found on channels 259 and 1259 on Time Warner Cable; channel 279 on DirecTV; channels 170 and 1170 on AT&T U-verse; and channel 189 on Dish Network.

Suits (10pm, USA) - "Suits" returns with a criminal case that resonates with Mike, making it difficult for him to separate his feelings from the case.

Scandal (10pm, ABC) - A flashback reveals more details about the fixed election. Also, Edison makes a surprising allegation when he has a dispute with Olivia.

Legit (10:30, FX) - A new sitcom about a crass comedian struggling for legitimacy in his life and career. In tonight's opener, Jim takes his wheelchair-dependent friend to a Las Vegas brothel.

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