Glee (8pm, Fox) - This is not an endorsement, I'm just telling you it's still on the air... Sue starts a smear campaign to take down her biggest foe for the congressional seat, and Will and Shelby Corcoran encourage some friendly competition.
New Girl (9pm, Fox) - Also not really an endorsement, although last week's episode was slightly less annoying than usual... Tonight, the gang hosts Thanksgiving dinner at the loft and Jess invites a colleague (Justin Long) she's always had a crush on.
Raising Hope (9:30pm, Fox) - This is an endorsement! Burt's well-to-do parents (Lee Majors, Shirley Jones, left) are last minute Thanksgiving guests, but the Chances' decision to "borrow" someone else's house for the feast takes a bad turn when the real owners come home early.
Nazi Hunter: Elusive Justice (9pm, UNC-TV) - Another endorsement: Candice Bergen narrates this account of Nazi war criminals who evaded prosecution, including some who served the Allies as scientists and spies. The documentary explores why governments and institutions failed to prosecute and punish them, and those who took matters into their own hands. This repeats at 3 a.m. on UNC-MX and November 17 at 2 a.m. on UNC-TV.
Parenthood (10pm, NBC) - Huge endorsement! Seriously, this show is so good. Tonight, Adam and Crosby land a new client and Adam has an uncomfortable (understatement!) run-in with Rachel, the possibly-skanky office assistant.
Unforgettable (10pm, CBS) - I abstain from editorializing because I've never actually seen a whole episode of this, but they do have Marilu Henner tonight... Carrie and Al investigate the murder of a teen who seemed to have no enemies. Elsewhere, Carrie seeks help from her estranged aunt (Henner, who also serves as a consultant for the show) to help probe her sister's murder.