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The Secret Life of the American Teenager,8 p.m., ABC Family: Why are all the characters hanging out at an abandoned toy warehouse for the holidays? So Kathy can go into labor, natch.

Bones, 8 p.m., Fox: The team finds the body of a crime scene cleaner in an impenetrable pod. But then how do they get the victim out?

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New Girl, 9 p.m., Fox: Jamie Lee Curtis and Rob Reiner show up as Jess' divorced parents. She seems to think they should get back together, for some reason, but she doesn't get that those Hollywood marriages never work.

SEASON FINALE Covert Affairs, 10 p.m., USA: Annie is in Amsterdam to nab Khalid Ansari. And visit a coffee shop. Because, you know, why not?

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Criminal Minds, 9 p.m., CBS: A busload of children goes missing on the outskirts of D.C. Maybe they're just stuck in construction detours.

Chicago Fire, 10 p.m., NBC: Seven words that will get every viewer to pay attention: Meth lab at a day care center. Then everyone needs to take a drug test. Good thing Severide isn't secretly taking painkillers. Oh, wait.

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A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving, 8 p.m., ABC: Another year, another broadcast about malnourished children putting peer pressure on Charlie Brown, who forces his dog to cook because he's not old enough to turn on the stove.

Bad 25, 9:30 p.m., ABC: Spike Lee makes a documentary about the Michael Jackson album Bad, which turns 25 this year. Weird Al Yankovic's Even Worse, meanwhile, is only 24.

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Frosty the Snowman, 8 p.m., CBS: Sad to say, Frosty couldn't even head to the North Pole anymore, because he'll melt no matter where he goes.

The Happy Elf, 9 p.m., CW: Harry Connick Jr. wrote two songs and narrates a special about an elf who goes to the unhappiest town on Earth. No, not Detroit. Not Philadelphia, either. Baltimore? Close.