Wow, Sunday sure is a stark contrast to Saturday in your TV viewing option isnâ€™t it? To go along with the network picks tonight you will also find another listing of some TV show marathons to look for on cable. What will you be watching?
Cold Case (CBS): The 1965 death of a little girl is looked at after her skeleton washes up on the beach.
Desperate Housewives (ABC): Tonight Carlos is paroled, George, the wacko, is stalking Bree and Susan tries to get to know her father. The episode runs 61 minutes.
Greyâ€™s Anatomy (ABC): The episode starts a minute into the third hour and runs 59 minutes. Tonight much too much happens.
The Simpsons (Fox): Last week was Fatherâ€™s Day and tonight is Easter.
The War at Home (Fox): Dave institutes a zero-tolerance policy to combat the kids getting away with too much.
Law & Order: Criminal Intent (NBC): A cosmetic surgeon is looked at after a med student is found mutilated but first they think it has something to do with drug trafficking.
Crossing Jordan (NBC): A copycat killer is on the loose and you wonâ€™t believe it but Woody and Jordan are going to have to ask the original for help.
Charmed (WB): A whole lot of Leos going on.
Silver Bells (CBS): Sappy made for TV Christmas movie to get you in the holiday spirit.
Emeril Live (Food Network): Emeril cooks up some Holiday favorites.
Decorating Cents: 100 Holiday Ideas Under $100 (HGTV): Get a few suggestions, well 100 of them on decorating for the holidays on a budget.
Nip/Tuck (FX): Repeat of Madison Berg episode from this past Tuesday.
Sunday Night Football on ESPN is the New Orleans Saints and the New York Jets.
TV Show Marathons
ESPN2 â€“ Nine episodes of the 2005 World Series of Poker tonight.
Family Channel â€“ Full House will show 16 times in a row.
TLC â€“ Today you will find 10 episodes of Flip That House followed by episodes of Americaâ€™s Ugliest â€¦
TNT â€“ Five straight hours of Law & Order including a three-part episode.
SpikeTV â€“ Six consecutive James Bond movies.
VH1 â€“ Breaking Bonaduce plays 11 times with the last two being new episodes.
MTV â€“ Next plays 12 straight times today.
E! â€“ The E! True Hollywood Story of some of your favorite sitcoms all day long.
TVLand â€“ It is Good Times from morning until night. Now this is a true TV show marathon.