Thursday's TV Highlights: Kelly's a diva on VH1
NYC: Inside Out: This new series debuts with a look at the transportation systems of the Big Apple (7 p.m. Discovery).
Survivor: Samoa: The long-running reality series heads back to the South Pacific for its latest go-round (8 p.m. CBS).
Saturday Night Live Weekend Update Thursday: "SNL's" Seth Meyers and guest star Amy Poehler spoof news and current events in a half-hour, prime-time format (8 p.m. NBC).
Bones: 1980s pop sensation Cyndi Lauper guest stars on the season premiere (8 p.m. Fox).
Women of the Web: They're smart, they're sexy -- OK, maybe just sexy -- and you'll meet them in this new series (8 p.m. G4).
Behind the Music: Pop music's Pink is profiled in a new installment (8 p.m. VH1).
The Office: It's back to work for this workplace satire starring Steve Carell (9 p.m. NBC).
Fringe: The sci-fi drama starring Anna Torv, Joshua Jackson and John Noble returns for another season of mind-bending mysteries (9 p.m. Fox).
P.O.V.: The series examines elementary school education in "The Principal Story" (9 p.m. KCET).
Animal Armageddon: A new installment explores evidence of a massive prehistoric firestorm (9 p.m. Animal Planet).
Extreme Cuisine With Jeff Corwin: The Animal Planet regular hops networks in search of unusual foodstuffs in this new series (9 p.m. Food).
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: This often over-the-line sitcom set in the City of Brotherly Love is back with all-new episodes (10 p.m. FX).
Johnny Guitar: Joan Crawford stars in this unusual 1954 western directed by Nicholas Ray (7 p.m. TCM).
The Good Student: Tim Daly and "Heroes' " Hayden Panettiere star in this 2008 high school whodunit (8 p.m. MyNet).
Rescue Dawn: Christian Bale stars in this fact-based 2006 action tale set during the Vietnam War and directed by Werner Herzog (8 p.m. TMC).
Baseball: The Cubs host the Brewers (11 a.m. WGN) and the Angels visit the Red Sox (4 p.m. FSN).
Women's basketball: The Fever face the Mystic (4 p.m. ESPN2) and the Mercury battles the Stars (6 p.m. ESPN2) as the WNBA playoffs continue.
College football: Georgia Tech meets Miami (4:30 p.m. ESPN).
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