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|12:00 PM||The Office |
Conclusion. Party-planning tensions continue to spike, resulting in two rival Christmas parties. Meanwhile, Michael's romantic problems escalate; and Michael goes out drinking with Jim and Dwight. Harold Ramis directed the holiday episode.
|12:30 PM||The Office |
A relaxed Michael returns from his Jamaican vacation, but his unburdened state quickly erodes when a spicy vacation photo is passed around the office. Meanwhile, Jim and Karen argue---with Pam caught in the middle.
|1:00 PM||The Office |
The staffers pair up and hit the road for sales-call duty; Angela misses a crucial deadline, so Dwight tries to cover for her; and surprising news comes Karen's way. Ed Helms, Rashida Jones.
|1:30 PM||The Office |
Oscar (Oscar Nunez) returns from vacation pondering his future at the office. Meanwhile, Andy makes a power play by inching closer to Michael; and Jim colludes with Pam and Karen to trick a staffer.
|2:00 PM||The Office |
The staffers celebrate Phyllis's wedding shower, and Michael brings in two unique performers, Ben Franklin and a stripper. Meanwhile, Karen corners Pam about her history with Jim.
|2:30 PM||The Office |
The crew prepares for Phyllis' nuptials, but giving Michael a job at the event proves problematic; Pam reflects on her own aborted wedding; and Dwight prowls for wedding crashers.
|3:30 PM||The Office |
Michael and Jan go public with their romance at a company bigwig's party. While there, Jim meets Karen's ex. Not to be outdone, the other office dwellers party it up at happy hour.
|4:00 PM||The Office |
Darryl corners Michael about a salary increase, which prompts Michael to scrutinize his own pay; Pam's confession to Roy impacts Jim.
|4:30 PM||The Office |
It's safety-training day at Dunder-Mifflin as Michael and Dwight showcase workplace dangers to the staff. Meanwhile, Andy (Ed Helms) returns after anger-management training, intent on starting anew.
|5:00 PM||The Munsters |
Herman's mistaken for an accident victim. Don Keefer, Fred Gwynne, Yvonne DeCarlo.
|5:30 PM||The Munsters |
Lily's boarder works at night and packs a gun. Charles Bateman, Yvonne DeCarlo, Fred Gwynne, Al Lewis.
|6:30 PM||The Munsters |
Grandpa tries to build a man for Marilyn. Pat Priest, Al Lewis, Roger Perry.
|7:00 PM||Frasier |
Wedding bells ring for Niles and Daphne, but not without familial complications. Millicent Martin, Saul Rubinek, Jane Leeves.
|7:30 PM||Frasier |
A parking-garage dispute embroils Frasier with a stubborn attendant, angry motorists and a disconcerted Niles (David Hyde Pierce).
|8:00 PM||Frasier |
Martin's elected to condo-board president, but isn't the figurehead Frasier intended him to be. John Mahoney, Kelsey Grammer.
|8:30 PM||Frasier |
Roz's uninhibited, opinionated cousin visits, irking Frasier and tiring Roz, who joins cuz on the all-night partying circuit. Zooey Deschanel.
|9:00 PM||Roseanne |
Dan and Arnie compete at the bowling alley. David Crosby, Tom Arnold, Sandra Bernhard.
|9:30 PM||Roseanne |
Bev helps an injured Roseanne and spoils the grandkids. Glenn Quinn, Michael Fishman.
|10:00 PM||Roseanne |
Surgery is recommended for Roseanne's back problems. Neil Patrick Harris, Michael Bryan French, Nigel Gibbs.
|10:30 PM||Roseanne |
Becky and Mark break up, making Roseanne and Dan happy campers. Glen Quinn, David Allen Donah, John Goodman.
|11:00 PM||The Office |
The staffers discover their names on a mysterious list authored by the new CEO (James Spader) in the Season 8 opener. Paranoia sweeps through the office as the employees speculate what the list means.
|11:30 PM||The Office |
The staffers are motivated to sell when Robert delivers an exhilarating speech challenging them to double their sales and offers them an off-the-charts reward. Meanwhile, Pam bonds with an unlikely person over her pregnancy.
|12:00 AM||The Nanny |
Maxwell learns that his brother once proposed to Fran. Marla Maples, Harry Van Gorkum, Charles Shaughnessy.
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