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What to Watch on Thursday: Would they really sell that house on ‘Parenthood’?

Parenthood (10pm, NBC) - Zeek and Camille come to an agreement about selling the house, while Julia helps Kristina and Adam but remains unsure of how to tackle issues in her own life. (Is it crazy that I’m more upset about the possibility Zeek and Camille will sell that amazing house than I am about Julia and Joel’s marriage breaking up? I mean, that’s a really cool house.)

Also on tonight . . .

Community (8pm, NBC) - The study group embark on an animated adventure inspired by “G.I. Joe.”

Grey’s Anatomy (9pm, ABC) - The doctors get sick after flu patients flood the hospital. Meanwhile, Derek must deliver an important speech on brain mapping, despite being ill.

Surviving Jack (9:30pm, Fox) - Jack tries to whip Frankie and his friends into shape for varsity baseball tryouts, while Joanne ends up getting too involved in Rachel’s love life.

Elementary (10pm, CBS) - A serial killer who was presumed dead reappears and resumes his murderous ways -- or so it appears.

Sirens (10pm, USA) - Johnny learns a family secret while introducing Theresa to his father, and Brian struggles to approach a work crush.

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