Seven is returning a number of other favourite shows next week.
Wednesday February 8
10:30pm Happy Endings
“Mein Coming Out”
The gang tries to convince Max to come out to his parents when they visit Chicago and Max has to scramble yet again to get one of the ladies to pose as his girlfriend. Meanwhile, Penny meets the man of her dreams, Doug. He’s good looking, funny, successful… but he’s got a rather infamous last name.
UPDATED: HE now out, replaced by How I Met Your Mother repeats.
Thursday February 9
8:30pm Grey’s Anatomy
The fifth-year residents return for the first day of a year that will make or break their careers. Meredith faces the consequences of tampering with Derek’s clinical trial and is terminated at the hospital. April tries to step up to the plate as Chief Resident in the wake of a giant sinkhole in the middle of Seattle. Meanwhile, Cristina and Owen are still at odds over their drastically different feelings for their unborn child.
9:30pm Desperate Housewives (regular time)
10:30pm Private Practice
Sam, Cooper, Charlotte and Amelia team up to save the life of their friend Pete after he suffers a heart attack, while Violet, who was in the middle of leaving Pete and LA, is nowhere to be found. Meanwhile, Addison’s desire to have a baby leads her to see Jake Reilly, her recent mystery man, in a most surprising place, and Sheldon tries to help Amelia in her battle with alcohol.
11:30pm 30 Rock
“Dance Like Nobody’s Watching”
As everyone returns from holiday break, NBC’s new talent show, “America’s Kidz Got Singing”, is a hit, but Jenna’s role as the judge everyone loves to hate causes Jack to question the show’s family value. Much to his chagrin, Tracy’s usual antics fail to aggravate Liz, while Kenneth takes the day off to do his dream chores as he awaits the Rapture.