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TV Tonight: The Office, Parks & Recreation

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What’s new on the LCD life-sucker tonight:

The Office (NBC) The Final Christmas Episode: Dwight takes over the Dunder-Mifflin office holiday-party planning, with typically psychotic results. ---(Who else is totally shocked that Dwight’s beet-farm spin-off isn’t happening? Anyone? Anyone?) Meanwhile, Jim 2.0 Pete teaches Erin about that most wonderful of all Christmas movies, Die Hard. Awww …

Parks & Recreation (NBC) Christmas in Pawnee: Sure, the main storyline of this week’s Christmas-ish Parks & Recreation is Ron’s ex-wife Tammy (Megan Mullally) crashing a woodworking awards (!) dinner he’s attending with new gal Diane (Lucy Lawless), but what the hell is going on at Jerry’s semi-exclusive/all-sexy holiday party? Is that … Christie Brinkley? Go, Jerry.

Also new tonight:
Last Resort, Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal (ABC); The Big Bang Theory, Two & a Half Men, Person of Interest, Elementary (CBS); 30 Rock, Up All Night, Rock Center With Brian Williams (NBC); The X Factor, Glee (Fox); The Vampire Diaries, Beauty & The Beast (The CW); The Real Housewives of Miami (Bravo); The First 48, Panic 911 (A&E); Rocket City Rednecks, American Chainsaw (NatGeo); Impact Wrestling (Spike); Jersey Shore (MTV); NTSF:SD:SUV (Adult Swim); It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The League, Unsupervised (FX); Burn Notice (USA); Reality Show, Dave’s Old Porn (Showtime)