Tonight on the Tube: Rudolph, Lost and Invasion

by Jason the TVaholic on November 30, 2005

in Tonight on the Tube

A couple of Christmas holiday traditions tonight are followed by a wealth of TV show goodness. What will you be watching on TV tonight?

Prime Picks

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (CBS): The title is pretty self-explanatory. It is the holiday classic animated tale. It has been re-mastered to look and sound better than ever.

Lost (ABC): What is Kate’s story? Looks like we will get to know a little more about her tonight. The show runs 64 minutes.

Invasion (ABC): Dave is abducted after some people who have read his blog. They want to know what he really knows.

Solid Selections

One Tree Hill (WB): Turns out today is the worst day since yesterday in Tree Hill as the first game of the season approaches.

Veronica Mars (UPN): This show has really done a great job of overcoming the sophomore slump that many shows have suffered from.

CSI: NY (CBS): Roller derby and a murder, what could make for more entertaining television than that.

Other Options

That ‘70s Show (Fox): Well now there is no Eric and no Kelso. Tonight Jackie moves in with Fez.
Stacked (Fox): An old rival of Skyler tries to get revenge on her through Stewart.

Criminal Minds (CBS): A famous quote is spoken and then the BAU team goes into action to catch a killer of two small town high school students. When the unsub is caught we hear another famous quote and then the credits roll.

Law & Order (NBC): Van Buren goes on a mission to catch a killer after a college friend’s daughter is murdered.

Cable Choices

A Christmas Story (TNT): You can’t have a BB gun you’ll shoot your eye out and don’t forget that wonderful lamp, a classic Christmas movie. Two hours of commercially interrupted Christmas fun.

Good Eats (Food Network): Get all the info you ever wanted about making a roast in this repeat.
Good Eats (Food Network): All about ham in this repeat episode.

Note

Christmas in Rockefeller Center is on tonight, on NBC, in the first hour of primetime where you can watch the 73rd tree lighting ceremony hosted by Al Roker.

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