Tonight on the Tube: Bernie and Malcolm on the Threshold of Numbers

by Jason the TVaholic on September 30, 2005

in Tonight on the Tube

Prime Picks

The Bernie Mac Show (Fox): Consistently funny and on tonight’s show when Bernie enters a celebrity marathon; Vanessa says she will finish the in front of him.
Malcolm in the Middle (Fox): This family at Burning Man has got to be funny.

Threshold (CBS): This show is better in the hour-long format. The two hour premiere was to long and drawn out. It has sort of an X-Files vibe. Trying to figure out the overall alien invasion by tracking down and investigating weird occurrences around the country.

Numbers (CBS): This is the best show on Friday nights by far. On tonight’s episode Don and the team investigate a heist at a jewelry store where the bad guys have kidnapped the wife and daughter of the owner.

Solid Selections

What I Like About You (WB): What a shock Holly feels left out when Vince goes to a game with Gary instead of her.
Twins (WB): If you are looking for comedy in the first hour of primetime this is your the second best selection unless you think Super Nanny is funny.

Reba (WB): Reba and Van team up to invest in real estate. I am sure that everything goes smoothly.
Living with Fran (WB): Allison doesn’t want one but Fran throws a surprise sweet 16 party anyway.

Inconceivable (NBC): This show is pretty bad. Too many characters with too many stories told in short little pieces making this show to jumpy and hard to watch.

Other Options

Ghost Whisperer (CBS): This is an OK drama but not nearly as good as Joan of Arcadia.

Killer Instinct (Fox): This was probably one the worst new shows I have seen so far this season. Tonight it gets a second chance but I won’t hold my breath.

20/20 (ABC): Ordeals, books and signing tour stories are told.

Cable Choices

Biography (A&E): Tonight is the life story of comedian Richard Pryor.

$40-a-Day (Food Network): Watch the recently married Rachel Ray in this repeat episode trying to eat on just forty bucks in Paris.
Rachel Ray’s Tasty Travels (Food Network): See her favorite spots for good food in New York City.

Nip/Tuck (FX): Cosmetic surgery on an ape is just one of the surgeries performed tonight.

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