Tonight on the Tube: Cold Case, Desperate Housewives and Grey’s Anatomy

by Jason the TVaholic on November 27, 2005

in Tonight on the Tube

Wow, Sunday sure is a stark contrast to Saturday in your TV viewing option isn’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?

Prime Picks

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.

Grey’s Anatomy (ABC): The episode starts a minute into the third hour and runs 59 minutes. Tonight much too much happens.

Solid Selections

The Simpsons (Fox): Last week was Father’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 won’t believe it but Woody and Jordan are going to have to ask the original for help.

Other Options

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.

Cable Choices

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.

Sports Notes

Sunday Night Football on ESPN is the New Orleans Saints and the New York Jets.

TV Show Marathons

ESPN2 – Nine episodes of the 2005 World Series of Poker tonight.
Family Channel – Full House will show 16 times in a row.
TLC – Today you will find 10 episodes of Flip That House followed by episodes of America’s Ugliest …
TNT – Five straight hours of Law & Order including a three-part episode.
SpikeTV – Six consecutive James Bond movies.
VH1 – Breaking Bonaduce plays 11 times with the last two being new episodes.
MTV – Next plays 12 straight times today.
E! – The E! True Hollywood Story of some of your favorite sitcoms all day long.
TVLand – It is Good Times from morning until night. Now this is a true TV show marathon.

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