1) “Stumptown,” 10 p.m., ABC. As she invites friends over for Thanksgiving, Dex has little to be thankful for. Her latest job involves dirtying the reputation of a decent politician; also, she’s distrustful of her friend’s new girlfriend (played by Monica Barbato, show here. Despite good intentions and sharp dialog, it’s a dark and dreary hour.
2) “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” season-finale, 10 and 10:30 p.m., FXX, rerunning at 11 and 11:30. A trendy salon has opened, so the guys have a mission: Talk women out of cutting off their hair. The second episode, involving laser tag, wraps up the 14th season. When next season beings, “Sunny” will pass up “Ozzie and Harriet,” becoming TV’s longest-running non-cartoon situation comedy.
3) “Modern Family,” 9 p.m., ABC. In its final season, this terrific show – the winner of five Emmys for best comedy series – is making its farewell tour of the holidays. A recent episode was “The Last Halloween” … coming on Dec. 11 is “The Last Christmas” … and here’s “The Last Thanksgiving.” Attempting to do her parents a favor (after all their help with the twins), Haley is making the dinner. Also, there’s a rumor that Cam and Mitchell are breaking up; friends start to take sides.
4) More Thanksgiving comedy, ABC. The holiday is supposed to include everyone, so “The Goldbergs” (8 p.m.) reluctantly entertain Pop Pop and Uncle Marvin (Judd Hirsch and Dan Fogler). “Schooled” (8:30) has a cooking incident at CB’s house .And “Single Parents” (9:30) has dinner at Douglas’ home, with Will cooking; Miggy brings the kids’ teacher as his date.
5) “Almost Family,” 9 p.m., Fox. Julia’s world is being expanded as she finds all these half-siblings; now she’s been invited to a Jewish day of prayer. Meanwhile, Edie’s secret romance with Amanda is causing trouble at work and in her marriage.