Thursday’s TV Highlights: ‘Louie’ on FX
The First 48: This new episode looks at a case where Florida’s controversial “Stand Your Ground” law is used as a defense in a fatal stabbing (9 p.m. A&E;).
The Countdown: This new episode counts down of the best Clint Eastwood’s films (9 p.m. REELZ).
Anger Management: Charlie (Charlie Sheen) accidentally helps his patient hook up with a crazy woman, in this new episode (9:30 p.m. FX).
Sullivan & Son: Accusations of theft against a party attendee (John Michael Higgins) threaten to disrupt Steve’s and Melanie’s (Steve Byrne, Valerie Azlynn) relationships in this new episode (10 p.m. TBS).
Suits: The ongoing upheaval at the firm has Harvey and Mike (Gabriel Macht, Patrick J. Adams) looking back on decisions they made in the past to see how they might have led to the current situation. Gina Torres and Meghan Markle also star in this new episode (10 p.m. USA).
Martian Mega Rover: This new special follows NASA’s Curiosity (a.k.a. the Mars Science Laboratory), the most complex robot ever built, from the drawing board at JPL to the launchpad and, finally, to the Martian surface (10 p.m. National Geographic).
2012 Summer Olympics: Basketball, volleyball, equestrian, field hockey, handball (6 a.m. MSNBC). Track and field, volleyball, water polo, beach volleyball, canoeing, swimming (9 a.m. NBC). Boxing (2 p.m. CNBC). Track and field, diving, beach volleyball, cycling (8 p.m. NBC). Track and field, fymnastics (Thu./Fri. 12:35 a.m. NBC). Track and field, diving, beach volleyball, cycling (Thu./Fri. 1:35 a.m. NBC). Basketball, boxing, wrestling, field hockey, taekwondo (Fri. 5 a.m. NBCSP).
Tennis: U.S. Open Series: Rogers Cup (10 a.m. ESPN2).
Golf: 2012 PGA Championship (10 a.m. TNT).
Little League baseball: World Series: Regional semifinals (11 a.m. ESPN; 2 p.m. ESPN2; 4; 6 and 8 p.m. ESPN2).
Exhibition Football: The Green Bay Packers visit the San Diego Chargers (5 p.m. ESPN).
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