Tonight on the Tube: Tom Brokaw, Reba and Twins

by Jason the TVaholic on October 28, 2005

in Tonight on the Tube

The only shows that are really worth watching are repeats tonight but here are some suggestions for your TV viewing pleasure. What are you going to watch tonight?

Prime Picks

Tom Brokaw Reports (NBC): See what Tom Brokaw found out about Evangelical Christians in regards to culture, the economy and of course politics as he interviews church leaders and goers of New Life Church in Colorado Springs to find out what their views are about the social makeup of the country.

Reba (WB): Everyone else has plans leaving Reba feeling let down for Halloween.
Twins (WB): A new timeslot for this show. It is now in the second half of the second hour of primetime. Tonight Mitchee and Lee hand out candy and end up doing some bonding while Alan attempts to catch the person who keeps egging their house.

Numbers (CBS): Repeat episode from last season where Charlie is asked to help find a downed aircraft.

Solid Selections

What I Like About You (WB): Jason Priestly is back as a demented suitor of Val’s.
Malcolm in the Middle (Fox): It is Halloween and Malcolm and Reese go on a tour of the neighborhood.

Three Wishes (NBC): Tonight the team tries to honors Marines returning from service in Iraq. As a soldier gets off his plane he meets his baby son for the very first time. Also we see a woman who was widowed when her husband died in Iraq get a new house.

Law & Order: Criminal Intent (NBC): Repeat where Goren and Eames think a controversial DJ has committed suicide when he is found dead, but then they start to think it may have been a female fan after they learn that he was on a placebo antidepressant medication.

Other Options

Ghost Whisperer (CBS): A teenage boy who died in an accident after finding out that he was adopted asks for help finding his birth mother.

Threshold (CBS): Repeat episode.

20/20 (ABC): See how law enforcement is using billboards to attempt to capture criminals and solve cases. Also on the show promotion as news front actress Geena Davis is interviewed about motherhood, being a Mensa member and of course depicting a female president in a show that just happens to be on the same network.

Cable Choices

Emeril Live (Food Network): Emeril kicks up a Blues Brunch New Orleans style.

What Not to Wear (TLC): Another makeover for a 20th high school reunion.

Nip/Tuck (FX): Financial troubles lead to a weird man and on another front an alliance is made. This episode runs three minutes past the hour.

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