Joss Whedon of Buffy the Vampire Slayer fame directs tonightâ€™s The Office episode while Greyâ€™s Anatomy continues its three-show story arc and the Miniature Killer is still on the loose in Vegas. The O.C. plays its last episode before the final episode, which airs next week. This has been a really good season for that show, too bad so many people lost interest in it over the last couple of seasons and, of course, that it was scheduled up against a couple of 800 lb. ratings gorillas.
My Name Is Earl (NBC): New. Earl thinks about the people he has crossed off his list over the past year while celebrating his birthday.
The Office (NBC): New. Ryan has invited Michael to his business school to be a guest speaker, I am sure that just goes swimmingly. In other developments, Pam invites people from the office to her first art show.
Greyâ€™s Anatomy (ABC): New. Part 2 of 3 continues the ferry crash story where Meredith has been sent into the water and Izzie is doing whatever she can think of to save a man stuck under a truck. Runs 61 minutes.
Men in Trees (ABC): New. Marin finds Cashâ€™s lifestyle a bit weird after she allows him to move into her cabin while he renovates it for her. There is also some surprising news about Jack and Lynn. Patrick finally meets Annieâ€™s parents.
Smallville (The CW): New. Clark and his trustee sidekick Chloe find out that Lex has been using a meteor freak that can detect others who have been changed so he can experiment on them.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (CBS): New. Grissom finally opens that package they have been teasing us with and finds another miniature murder scene that will happen the next day. Guess he should have gotten to it sooner.
Shark (CBS): New. The wife of a judge, played by Tim Matheson, who is on the fast track, is killed and Stark gets the case. Turns out these two donâ€™t get along so well.
Emeril Live (Food Network): Repeat. Emeril helps college kids cook on a budget.
American Chopper (TLC): New. The guys start work on a new bike for Flowjet while Mikey starts a project in secret.
Throwdown With Bobby Flay (Food Network): Repeat. A cheesesteak battle is waged.
Ace of Cakes (Food Network): New. A King Kong cake is made.
What will you be watching tonight? Which of tonightâ€™s offerings is the show you just canâ€™t wait for?