Thursday, Dec. 15th
Seinfeld (TBS, 7 pm) Jerry and Elaine vie for time with ballplayer Keith Hernandez.
You bought Seinfeld on DVD? Why? It’s on TBS more often than Miley Cyrus smokes up!
Community (NBC 8 pm) Abed decides he and the group must rediscover the meaning of Christmas when he awakes in stop-motion animation; Britta and Jeff become concerned about Abed’s mental health.
It’s a repeat, but it really doesn’t matter because CANCELED.
The X Factor (Fox, 8 pm) The contestants face elimination.
And Nicole Scherzinger faces death at the hands of an enraged mob.
Rules of Engagement (CBS, 8:30 pm) A battle of wills ensues when Audrey won’t admit she hates an armchair that Jeff pretends to love.
Man and woman argue over a piece of furniture. There goes CBS with that revolutionary story telling again.
The Year with Katie Couric (ABC, 9 pm) Celebrities, newsmakers and special guests reflect on the events of 2011.
“Ha ha! Hey, Katie, remember when you totally fucked up the CBS Evening News? Ha ha, ho ho! Good times!”
Impact Wrestling (Spike, 9 pm) Sting addresses Bobby Roode and AJ Styles about the World Title.
I wonder what the policy wonks will say about Sting’s address.
How It’s Made (Science, 9 pm) Cufflinks; blueberry turnovers; dashboards; pottery.
Blueberry turnovers? Here’s how I make my version–open box, remove from foil bag, warm in toaster (or not), stuff in mouth, chew (or not), swallow.
The Mentalist (CBS, 10 pm) When Jane is attacked during the search for a firefighter’s killer, he loses his memory and reverts to his former con man identity.
I don’t think that’s how amnesia works. But the Moist Patrol watches this for Simon Baker, not accurate neurology.
Friday Night Lights (ESPN Classic, 11 pm) J.D.’s skills are put to the test at Friday night’s rival game; Landry thinks he is over Tyra when he meets Devin, who seems to be the perfect girl.
… until she confesses a terrible secret: she’s the daughter of a demon father and a vampire mother.
Chelsea Lately (E!, 11 pm) Comic John Caparulo; comic Sarah Colonna; comic Bill Bellamy.
Is Chelsea Handler really that funny, or is it just that her guest comics are about as funny as your meemaw’s last heart attack?