Longtime fans of the drama, set in a fictional Seattle hospital, are likely to appreciate this week’s look back at the show’s characters over its 14-year run.
In the landmark 300th episode of the drama set at a fictional Seattle hospital, an accident at a county fair ignites the staff’s emotional memories of the past, providing a look back at the characters throughout the show’s 14-year history; 8 p.m. Thursday on KOMO.
Also on Thursday
“NFL Football: Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals,” 5:20 p.m. (KING): Primetime game for our Seahawks in an NFC West battle.
“The Big Bang Theory,” 8 p.m. (KIRO): Sheldon tries to keep his collaboration with Bert a secret; Penny and Bernadette coach Koothrappali on navigating his relationship with Ruchi.
“The Orville,” 9 p.m. (KCPQ): Seth MacFarlane’s “Star Trek”-inspired series recently became the first new fall show on a major network to be renewed for a second season; the Orville is called to mediate a peace treaty between two warring cultures.
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“Scandal,” 9 p.m. (KOMO): The Gladiators gather to celebrate Quinn and Charlie’s wedding day; Cyrus, Mellie and Jake deal with a new crisis in the Middle East.
“Arrow,” 9 p.m. (KTSW): Slade returns and asks Oliver for help tracking down his son; the rescue mission gets complicated by a revelation that could shatter Slade’s hopes of reunion.
“Nathan For You,” 9 p.m. (COMEDY): Season-four finale; Nathan attempts to help a Bill Gates impersonator reunite with his long-lost love.
“House Hunters,” 10 p.m. (HGTV): An author and her roommate look for a home in Salem, Oregon.
“The Daily Show with Trevor Noah,” 11 p.m. (COMEDY): Author Van Jones guests.