13 September 2012 9:30 AM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Fall TV season has begun in earnest, so each day this week Vulture is breaking down each night of programming, question by question. So far we've covered Monday's creaky veterans, Tuesday's spunky upstarts, and Wednesday's splashy, splashy series. That brings us to Thursdays, where Must-See TV is a thing of the past — or is it? Can Glee split its time between Ohio and New York? And can Two and a Half Men survive another change?What's the fate of NBC Thursday after 30 Rock and The Office? NBC long ago lost the battle for viewers on Thursday, falling to fourth place on a night it had pretty much owned since the mid-eighties. But while the ratings were gone, the Night Formerly Known as Must-See TV retained its rep as home to top-quality comedy as late as last year, with Parks and Recreation, Community, 30 Rock, and (depending on which week you »

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