Looking at the Wednesday night schedule and the competition in the first hour of primetime, this is where Fox should put Arrested Development. There is nothing else that is very good on, so the best comedy on TV would get watched by default. Wouldnâ€™t it? Then all the new viewers would all say, why have I not been watching this show? It is unbelievably clever and funny. What was Fox thinking when talking of canceling this show? Well one can only hope.
One Tree Hill (WB): It is fantasy draft date night.
Lost (ABC): Find out the story of the tallies and what has been going on with them the past 48 days. Tonightâ€™s episode runs 64 minutes.
Invasion (ABC): Starts four minutes into the third hour. Tune in as many reveals are to happen tonight.
That â€˜70s Show (Fox): Bruce Willis is the guest star tonight. Ok, ok we get it already you are cool with the whole Demi and Ashton thing.
Stacked (Fox): Jenny McCarthy shows up doing her Anna Nicole Smith impersonation.
Veronica Mars (UPN): Veronica goes undercover as a babysitter tonight to find a baby that Meg had been watching that had been abused.
CSI: NY (CBS): You got to know when to holdem, know when to foldem, know when to walk away, know when to run and to know when not to look through the peephole in your door.
George Lopez (ABC): George and the unopened letter.
Freddie (ABC): Freddie and the unfunny sitcom.
Criminal Minds (CBS): What would you say if I told you they were on the trail of a serial killer in tonightâ€™s episode?
Law & Order (NBC): Ripped from the headlines. Can you say problems when citizens patrol the border.
Emeril Live (Food Network): Emeril cooks up some more Turkey Day treats in this repeat episode.
Mythbusters (Discovery Channel): Does driving with you tailgate down in a truck actually save you any gas?
Good Eats (Food Network): In this repeat Alton plenty of information on cooking potatoes.
Good Eats (Food Network): Alton gives you the low down on making gravy in this repeat.
New York Knicks at the Los Angeles Lakers in NBA Basketball action tonight on ESPN.
For you music fans out there, tonight in the first hour of primetime NBC has a Johnny Cash Tribute.