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What to Watch on Thursday: Comedy awards, NFL draft and a sitcom season finale

TWO AND A HALF MEN
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L-R: Ashton Kutcher as Walden Schmidt, D.B. Sweeney as Larry and Jon Cryer as Alan Harper in “Two and a Half Men.”

Two and a Half Men (9pm, CBS) - In the Season 11 finale, Alan comes clean to Larry about his identity, but then has to face the consequences.

Also on tonight . . .

NFL Draft (8pm, ESPN) - Round 1 of the NFL takes place in New York City, with top picks expected to include Johnny Manziel, Jadeveon Clowney, Khalil Mack and Sammy Watkins.

American Comedy Awards (9pm, NBC) - In this award show, stand-up comedians and comic actors are honored via voting by fans and entertainment professionals. Nominees include Louis C.K., Jim Gaffigan, Kevin Hart, Kathleen Madigan, Patto n Oswalt and Amy Schumer.

Grey’s Anatomy (9pm, ABC) - Amelia opens up to Meredith about her time in Seattle, and Callie gets some bad news. Also, residents are alarmed to hear that one of them will soon be out of a job.

Surviving Jack (9:30pm, Fox) - Jack and Joanne are at odds after the kids betray their trust -- Frankie has his first taste of alcohol at a party and Rachel decides to go on birth control.

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