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LOCAL TV LISTINGS



Wednesday

9:30 p.m. on WKPT WTVQ

Cougar Town:
It’s in the DNA or something for mothers to embarrass their teenage offspring. And Jules (Courteney Cox) is no exception. When Travis (Dan Byrd) brings his new girlfriend, Kylie (Spencer Locke), for Thanksgiving, his mom proceeds to blab some personal information that makes him want to hide under the table. Bobby and Grayson (Brian Van Holt, Josh Hopkins) find they have something in common in “Here Comes My Girl.”

Thursday

9:30 p.m. on WCYB WLEX

30 Rock:
Remember, kids: Don’t drink and dial. In this episode, Jack (Alec Baldwin) tries to undo the damage he caused on New Year’s Eve when he left a drunken phone message for an ex-lover. Jenna (Jane Krakowski) fakes a relationship with actor James Franco in an effort to cover up a secret that could cause him embarrassment. Liz (Tina Fey) welcomes her naive, recently “outed” cousin to the city in “Klaus and Greta.”

Friday

10 p.m. on WJHL WKYT

WYMT

Miami Medical:
Dr. C. (Mike Vogel) ignores Dr. Proctor’s (Jeremy Northam) orders and rushes to lend help when a giant sinkhole traps a construction worker underground. Dr. Warren’s (Elisabeth Harnois) second encounter with Dr. Kaye (guest star Michael O’Neill) has an unexpected result in the new episode “Down to the Bone.”

Saturday
8 p.m. on WJHL WKYT WYMT

Three Rivers:
Andy (Alex O’Loughlin) is peeved when his rival and nemesis, Dr. Luc Bovell (guest star Oded Fehr), an arrogant heart surgeon with a bedside manner that makes Hugh Laurie’s character on “House” look like a teddy bear, comes back to the hospital. Katherine Moennig, Daniel Henney and Alfre Woodard also star in the new episode “Case Histories”

Sunday
9 p.m. on WJHL WKYT WYMT

The 37th Annual Daytime
Emmy Awards:
Festivities at the Las Vegas Hilton, hosted by Regis Philbin, salute excellence in daytime television in such categories as soaps, game shows and talk shows. Among the scheduled segments is one paying tribute to “American Bandstand” and its host, Dick Clark. Cher, Barry Manilow, Marie Osmond, Ann-Margret and Simon Cowell are among the stars participating.

Monday

9 p.m. on FAM

Huge:
Nikki Blonsky (“Hairspray”) stars in this new relationship drama developed and produced by Winnie Holzman (“Wicked”), about seven diverse teens at a weight loss camp. In the first episode, Will (Blonsky) arrives at Camp Victory and tries to find her place among her fellow attendees, who are supervised by Dr. Rand (Gina Torres). Hayley Hasselhoff and Zander Eckhouse also star.

Tuesday

10 p.m. on WJHL WKYT

WYMT

The Good Wife:
Alicia (Julianna Margulies) is caught off guard when Peter (Chris Noth) needs her to testify on his behalf in his appeals process just as she is preparing to defend a scientist accused of arson in “Unprepared.” Christine Baranski and Josh Charles also star; Joe Morton and Peter Riegert guest star.


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