Chrissy Metz

The State (Sunday) - - Television Weekly -

Ru­dolph the Red-nosed Rein­deer

8 p.m. on WLTX

The beloved “An­imagic” tale of the most fa­mous rein­deer of all of­fers a thought­ful les­son about dis­crim­i­na­tion. Young Ru­dolph is teased by the other rein­deer and ex­cluded from their games be­cause his nose is dif­fer­ent. His taunters sing a dif­fer­ent tune, though, when Ru­dolph uses the trait to keep Christ­mas from be­ing can­celed. Burl Ives is the voice of Sam the Snow­man, who nar­rates the story and ren­ders the ti­tle tune (of course) plus “A Holly Jolly Christ­mas.”

This Is Us

9 p.m. on WIS

Kate (Chrissy Metz) be­gins to pur­sue a promis­ing new op­por­tu­nity, while Kevin (Justin Hart­ley) fi­nally reaches the lo­ca­tion where his fa­ther once served in a new episode called “The Be­gin­ning Is the End Is the Be­gin­ning.” Mean­while, Ran­dall (Ster­ling K. Brown) par­tic­i­pates in a de­bate with Coun­cil­man Solomon Brown (guest star Rob Mor­gan). A flash­back scene finds Jack (Milo Ven­timiglia) strug­gling to get through to his brother.

The Guest Book

10:30 p.m. on TBS

In the new episode “Tonight You Be­come a Man,” tem­po­rary ten­ants Anne and Scott (guest stars Na­dine Ve­lazquez and Steve Tal­ley) im­pul­sively leave their re­source­ful 6-yearold son, Sam (guest star An­to­nio Raul Corbo), to take care of him­self for a few hours in the va­ca­tion home while they slip off to check out Beacha­roo, the town’s lively mu­sic fes­ti­val. Else­where, Nikki (Kimiko Glenn) de­cides to take Vi­vian (Carly Jib­son) into her con­fi­dence. Parvesh Cheena also guest stars.

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