[01/20/06 - 12:00 AM] Viewers Can Laugh to Their Heart's Content as NBC Offers Four Funny Valentines in Two-Hour Block of Thursday-Night Comedies on February 9
[via press release from NBC]
VIEWERS CAN LAUGH TO THEIR HEART'S CONTENT AS NBC OFFERS FOUR FUNNY VALENTINES IN TWO-HOUR BLOCK OF THURSDAY-NIGHT COMEDIES ON FEBRUARY 9
BURBANK, Calif. -- January 20, 2006 -- NBC offers a funny Valentine to viewers on Thursday, February 9 with its new two-hour block of original comedy episodes from "Will & Grace," "Four Kings," "My Name Is Earl" and "The Office."
Leading off the night is "Will & Grace" (8-8:30 p.m. ET) in a Valentine-themed episode that involves a wedding-- plus someone is surprised to receive life-changing news. Taye Diggs ("Rent") guest stars.
Love is also in the air on "Four Kings" (8:30-9 p.m. ET) as Barry (Seth Green) and Bobby (Shane McRae) are the hit of the party when they escort a couple of older women to a society function. Unfortunately for Barry, his date might have more in mind than companionship.
"My Name Is Earl" (9-9:30 p.m. ET) follows as guest star Christine Taylor ("Dodgeball," "The Brady Bunch" film series) causes Earl (Jason Lee) to fall in love for the first time this season.
The Valentine's night concludes with "The Office" (9:30-10 p.m. ET) with an episode shot partially in New York as Michael (Steve Carell) heads to Dunder Mifflin's New York corporate offices. He and Jan (Melora Hardin) are both in for a big surprise. Meanwhile, back in Scranton, the office staff celebrates Valentine's Day grade school style.