By Mike Hughes
Gannett News Service
Tonight's Must See: "Everybody Loves Raymond," 8 p.m., CBS. Among the shows airing Thanksgiving episodes of chaotic comedy, this one has Debra's parents arriving for the holiday. Divorced dad (Robert Culp) brings a girlfriend.
"Masterpiece Theatre: The Cazalets," 9 p.m., PBS. This well-made six-hour series concludes. Feel free to jump in. The Cazalets are three brothers during World War II. Edward is a scoundrel who cheats on his wife and tried to grope his daughter, now an aspiring actress. Rupert is an amiable artist and widower who married young Zoe, but is now missing in France. Hugh stayed home to run the family business and is agonizing over his wife's cancer. There are catastrophes for the kids and their cousin, a homeless war resister. Most threads are wrapped up with subtlety and skill.
"Intimate Portrait," 7 p.m., Lifetime; "Biography," 8 p.m., A&E. Here are two people who form our image of tough New Yorkers: Judy Sheindlin of "Judge Judy" fame, and Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
"Boston Public," 7 p.m., FOX. Already facing troubled kids at school, the principal now deals with his rebellious daughter.
Tonight on News 8
Get the latest news at 5, 6 and 10 p.m. from Howard Dashefsky and Jodi Leong, plus up-to-the-minute weather from Sharie Shima.
At 10: Jodi Leong introduces you to another of "Hawaii's Heroes."
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