Tonight on the Tube: The West Wing and Grey’s Anatomy

by Jason the TVaholic on October 30, 2005

in Tonight on the Tube

There are a few repeats around tonight but still plenty of good TV shows to fill your Sunday night. Happy viewing. What TV show peaks your interest tonight?

Prime Picks

The West Wing (NBC): Tonight a third party starts talking about abortion and it brings the issue to the forefront of both the Santos and Vinick campaigns neither of which want attention brought to the subject.

Desperate Housewives (ABC): Repeat of the season premiere. This show also runs a minute past the hour.

Grey’s Anatomy (ABC): Tonight we have a big train crash and a couple of people stuck together on a pole. The show starts a minute into the third hour of primetime.

Solid Selections

Cold Case (CBS): Repeat episode.

Law & Order: Criminal Intent (NBC): Repeat episode.

Crossing Jordan (NBC): A 10 year old case is reopened after a body is found in the park. Sounds like they got some new direction on a cold case.

Other Options

Charmed (WB): Tonight Billie must get over some bad childhood memories before she can fight a demon.

Vampire Bats (CBS): Two hours of Lucy Lawless as a college professor trying to stop some mutated bats from attacking people.

Cable Choices

Inside the Actors Studio (Bravo): Tonight James Lipton interviews Michael J. Fox.

Unwrapped (Food Network): In this repeat we get a look under the wrapper of some of your favorite sweet treats.

Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO): Larry and Jeff go back and forth on how far they would be willing to go to help a friend in need. Poor Richard Lewis who in this case I believe is the friend in question.
Extras (HBO): Tonight Andy gets his first ever speaking part.

Note

Sunday Night Football on ESPN is the Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots.

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