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Wednesday night kicks off with ABC's "The Middle" at 8 p.m. guest starring former Marines William Franco Vasquez and Nick Jones, Jr. in honor of Veterans Day. In "Thanksgiving IV," Frankie tries to do a good deed by inviting a couple of Marines to celebrate the holiday with her family. But with Frankie's parents constantly bickering, the good deed may not go unpunished.
After "The Middle," make sure catch the all new episode of "The Neighbors" at 8:30 p.m. on ABC. In the episode "Thanksgiving is for the Bird-Kersees," Debbie wants her family's first Thanksgiving at their new home to be different from in the past. But this Thanksgiving Day is anything but normal with the crazy alien neighbors, and the weavers all under one roof.
Next on the lineup, things get interesting on ABC's "Modern Family" at 9 p.m. On "Mistery Date," Phil attempts to throw together a boys' night at the house, while the Claire takes Manny and Luke along to Alex's decathlon. Meanwhile, Cam and Mitch arrange for quite the surprise baby gift for Jay and Gloria.
Things heat up on an all new episode of "Suburgatory," at 9:30 p.m. In the episode "The Wishbone," Tessa decides she wants to spend Thanksgiving in the city with her grandmother and birth mom, but after missing Alex she returns home to find a surprise. Dallas decides to fire Chef Alan and have George host Thanksgiving to keep him occupied, but when George finds his cooking skills inadequate he makes an alternative plan.
Last but not least, on at 10 p.m., Juliette goes on a surprising date on "Nashville." On, "You're Gonna Change (or I'm Gonna Leave)" Rayna wants to change her sound and forge on to a new road musically. Don't miss the drama Wednesday night on WOTV 4 Women.
It's the first Christmas lights competition of its kind for television! Four families will compete each week to transform their homes for the holidays for a big cash prize!
ABC is heating up with all new episodes tonight! A familiar face returns to Grey's Anatomy, and loyalties are tested on Scandal. Here's what's in store for your favorite Thursday night shows on WOTV4!
In this melting pot we call America, now more than ever before, there’s a growing interest in preserving individual cultural traditions — before it’s too late. In our own community of Grand Rapids, one can find pockets of cultural shopping and crafts where folks are showing a new appreciation for their own origins. Sherwin-Williams Colormix 2014 forecast calls this palette INTRINSIC.