Baseball is over and Fox will have its full fall lineup this week starting tonight with Bones. Will people continue to watch the new commander over on ABC now that House is back? We shall see. What do you think?
Bones (Fox): Baseball is over and Bones is back. Tonight we follow Brennan and Booth as they travel to Washington in an attempt to determine the how and why of an arm found in the stomach of a bear.
House (Fox): In TB or not TB we watch House and his team work on figuring out what is wrong with a well known physician who advocates against the spread of tuberculosis in Africa, and his symptoms seem to point to TB which draws the medias attention and could puts his cause in the limelight.
Boston Legal (ABC): Tonight some parents sue to cancel a Halloween pageant at their childrenâ€™s school. This episode starts a minute into the third hour of primetime.
NCIS (CBS): Tonight a young boy tells NCIS that his father has been kidnapped and he just happens to be an officer working on a confidential project for the Navy.
Commander in Chief (ABC): Tonight is this new Presidents first disaster as an oil tanker of the coast of Florida is in some trouble after a hurricane. The episode runs a minute into the next hour.
Close to Home (CBS): Tonight Annabeth and Maureen prosecute some teens with a secret for the murder of their parents.
According to Jim (ABC): Find out what Jim did.
Rodney (ABC): Halloween Rodney style.
My Name is Earl (NBC): Earl tries to help Joy out because he once broke her fancy figurine and hopefully hilarity ensues.
The Office (NBC): Tonight is a karate kicking good time.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (NBC): They say it is the episode you will be talking about.
Emeril Live (Food Network): See the winners of the Emeril cooks with your kids contest.
Overhaulinâ€™ (TLC): Magnum is overhauled.
Nip/Tuck (FX): A mother and son in the Witness Protection Program get a little work done.
Tonight is the start of the NBA Basketball season. You will find the Nuggets and Spurs in the early game on TNT followed by the Mavericks and Suns.