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TV Tonight: The Greatest Event in Television History 3

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What’s new on the box(es) tonight:

The Greatest Event in Television History 3 (Adult Swim) Adam Scott’s third and reportedly final painstaking re-creation of a classic TV series’ opening credits will be, going by the photo, Family Ties. ---Does it deserve to be featured alongside the likes of previous GEITH honorees Simon & Simon and Hart to Hart? Is Scott really retiring the franchise after tonight? Have I already asked far more questions than warranted for this silliness? Yes.

Also new tonight:

Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal (ABC)

The Big Bang Theory, The Millers, Two & A Half Men, The Crazy Ones, Elementary (CBS)

The Voice, Sean Saves the World, The Michael J. Fox Show, Parenthood (NBC)

The Vampire Diaries, Reign (The CW)

The X Factor, Glee (Fox)

White Collar, Covert Affairs (USA)

Anger Management (FX)

Impact Wrestling (Spike)

Project Runway All Stars (Lifetime)

Pawn Stars (History)