What To Watch: This Week’s DVR Picks

by | April 24, 2011 at 10:32 PM | Tuned In: What To Watch Today

Thursday April 28th

The Office‘ (9pm ET on NBC) **Steve Carell’s Farewell**

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Michael Scott, about to leave for Colorado, wants a day without drama to say his goodbyes to each co-worker. Deangelo (guest star Will Ferrell) and Andy scramble to keep Michael’s biggest clients.

Grey’s Anatomy‘ (9pm ET on ABC)

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Everyone pulls together to help Callie and baby Sofia on their painstaking journeys to recovery in hopes of allowing mother and baby to finally meet; the sudden death of a clinical trial patient has Derek proceeding with more caution while Meredith makes a calculated and risky move.

Friday April 29th

The Royal Wedding

Prince William and Kate Middleton’s big day is finally here! Xfinity TV has you covered with your complete Royal Wedding coverage.

Sunday May 1st

Law & Order: Criminal Intent‘ (9pm on USA) **Season Premiere**

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Season ten features the long-anticipated return of Detectives Robert Goren (Vincent D’Onofrio) and Alex Eames (Kathryn Erbe) to the Major Case Squad. Terminated for insubordination a year ago, Detective Goren has been reunited with his long-time partner Alex Eames at the behest of the new Major Case Captain.

Undercover Boss‘ (9pm ET on CBS) **Season Finale**

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Tim White, the Chancellor of the University of California, Riverside, is put to the test when his role as a teaching assistant is graded by more than 200 organic chemistry students. Later, his physical aptitude is under exam while working alongside the track team, on the second season finale.

In Plain Sight‘ (10pm on USA) **Season Premiere**

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This USA series stars Mary McCormack as Mary Shannon, a U.S. Marshal working in the highly secretive branch of the witness protection program (WITSEC), who relocates Federal Witnesses, most of whom fall into three categories: career criminals, whistle-blowers or innocents who had the misfortune of witnessing a crime. They all have one thing in common – someone wants them dead. Mary’s job is to see that doesn’t happen, while at the same time attempting to manage her own dysfunctional family.