What to watch on Wednesday, February 8…
Please enjoy these delightful infotainment nuggets, hand-picked for you in order to enhance your television decision-making process. Or you can just watch whatever. Either way.
9:30pm, ABCHappy EndingsThe Happy Endings crew celebrates Valentine’s Day this week, but as you’d expect it’s simultaneously weirder and more hilarious than any Valentine’s Day YOU OR I will ever experience. Tonight both Penny and Dave find themselves on the… Continue reading What to Watch Tonight: Revenge, Happy Endings, and Modern Family
What to watch on Tuesday, January 31…
Phew! It’s Tuesday! Tuesdays are really kind of the best now. There is almost too much on TV? Not complaining. Check it:
8pm, FoxGleeLike an abusive spouse Glee, once again begs us to come back—but instead of flowers and chocolates it’s got a Michael Jackson-themed episode in its outstretched arms. Will we fall for this ploy yet again? Probably. It’s a Michael Jackson-themed episode! Tonight… Continue reading What to Watch Tonight: Glee's Michael Jackson Tribute, Justified, and Tosh.0
What to watch on Monday, January 30…
Welcome to Monday, your first full day of reconsidering that new tattoo you got. It’ll be an emotional journey to be sure, but when times get tough you can always turn to the TV! And PLEASE disinfect that thing.
8pm, FoxHouseWhen a teen runaway needs parental consent for a medical procedure, House and Adams must decide whether to call Social Services or to trust the… Continue reading What to Watch Tonight: Being Human, Hart of Dixie, and House
What to watch on Thursday, January 26…
Okay, enough dilly dallying, it’s go time! Tonight’s schedule is chock-a-block with stuff. Get yo’ head in the game:
8pm, CBSThe Big Bang TheoryIn “The Beta Test Initiation,” Penny and Leonard move forward with their decision to give dating another shot, and Amy helps Sheldon with his newest project. (Question: How do nerds feel about this show? Is it setting back the cause or whatever?)
8pm… Continue reading What to Watch Tonight: The Big Bang Theory, 30 Rock, and Parks and Recreation
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In preparation for Marg Helgenberger’s last episode of CSI – airing tonight on CBS — EW talked to the 53-year-old actress about becoming the third original star (behind Gary Dourdan and William Petersen) to depart the long-running crime drama, as well as what she’ll miss, and whether she’ll ever come back.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: You say goodbye to the other members of