Tonight on the Tube: Bones, House and Boston Legal

by Jason the TVaholic on November 15, 2005

in Tonight on the Tube

Plenty of good TV shows worth a watchin tonight.

Prime Picks

Bones (Fox): Mummies, drugs and hip-hop clubbing tonight. This show is fun to watch.

House (Fox): House doesn’t want to treat a cyclist because he thinks he is taking performance-enhancing drugs. I believe this is Sela Ward’s last episode.

Boston Legal (ABC): Allen’s night terrors return. This show has gone a little wacko this season but it is still fun to watch. Starts a minute into the third hour of primetime.

Solid Selections

Gilmore Girls (WB): Lorelai and Rory are on the road to relationship recovery but there may be problems in Luke and Lorelai land. This is simply one of the best shows on TV.

Commander in Chief (ABC): The President announces a new direction for her administration and Rod gets and official position. The show runs 61 minutes.

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (NBC): Det. Benson goes undercover to catch Dean Cain.

Other Options

According to Jim (ABC): Jim attempt to blackmail Dana after he finds out that she has been having naughty dreams about him.
Hot Properties (ABC): This show is really, really bad but there is nothing else on except awards shows.

My Name is Earl (NBC): Earl’s ex is getting remarried to the crab man. This show has gotten a little better but I still don’t see what all the fuss is about.
The Office (NBC): It is time for some performance reviews at the office. My review is that this is one of the best comedies presently on TV.

Not much, I guess you could always watch the end to the Country Music Awards.

Cable Choices

Emeril Live (Food Network): Get ready for Thanksgiving with this repeat episode where Emeril plans out an entire holiday meal.

Decorating Cents (HGTV): A kitchen is given a makeover.
Mission: Organization (HGTV): Who couldn’t stand to be a little more organized?

Nip/Tuck (FX): Christian and Quentin’s relationship at work gets bad and Sean is mad about losing Nikki to the Witness Protection Program.

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