After Jay's outster last week, Emilio, Mila and Seth Aaron face off for the Season 7 crown as they debut their collections at Fashion Week. After winning the last three challenges, Emilio certainly looks to be the favorite, but Seth Aaron has been a consistent performer and Mila, despite a spotty track record, could carry the momentum from her win last week.
Love is a battlefield, and Jack creeps toward the front lines in this episode. The TGS general struggles to make a romantic choice between two very different lady friends — volatile anchor Avery Jessup (Elizabeth Banks) and Nancy Donovan (Julianne Moore), his unassuming childhood sweetheart from Boston. It'll be a wicked tough choice. Meanwhile, Liz plunges into the dating pool by going to a singles event with Jenna, and a bigoted remark rocks 30 Rock, leaving Toofer to ponder his future at TGS. A second new episode airs tonight at 9:30/8:30c. — Dean Maurer
Baseball's been back a couple of weeks now, but let's face it — football is king. This year, the spring pick-me-up for NFL fans offers first-round draft choices the unprecedented opportunity to show off their new suits in prime time (with Rounds 2 and 3 airing tomorrow evening, and 4-7 on Saturday). And every former NFL player-aspiring analyst should be working this weekend, as a crew from CBS College Sports joins the NFL Network and longtime draft host ESPN in telling us who goes where and when. — Dave Roeder
Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains
The Heroes and Villains tribes merge, with each team bringing five players to the combined group. But the Villains have the upper hand because they also bring with them two immunity idols, after J.T. talked his dim-witted tribemates into giving Russell — one of the game's most notorious players — the hidden idol J.T. found. And Parvati dug up her camp's idol after a clue literally fell into her lap. It will be fun to see the look on J.T.'s face when he learns that Parvati, whom he told Russell to vote out, is still in the game. This episode promises to be the most pivotal one thus far. — Tim Holland
In honor of Earth Day, Nickelodeon is airing many environmentally themed episodes, including this new installment of SpongeBob. Bikini Bottom is, of course, a progressive town, so they have a highway-construction project underway. However, the implementation of this project means the destruction of beloved Jellyfish Fields. SpongeBob and Patrick won't stand for that, so they protest this new highway and try to make others see that it will do more harm than good. — Jennifer Sankowski
Elena and Caroline compete for the title of Miss Mystic Falls, but the real drama is whether Stefan can continue to resist drinking human blood to gain much needed strength and whether Jeremy will tell Elena he knows she is keeping secrets from him about Vicki's death. And if that weren't enough, Elena's uncle John, who is impervious to the vampires, continues to wield his power over Stefan and Damon, and the entire town. — Tim Holland
Tonight's TV Hot List: Thursday, April 22, 2010