Tonight on the Tube: The West Wing, Desperate Housewives and Grey’s Anatomy

by Jason the TVaholic on December 4, 2005

in Tonight on the Tube

The 10 part mini series called Sleeper Cell debuts tonight on Showtime. It looks interesting and I will watch it hopefully on Comcast OnDemand as each episode makes it onto the system. With VCRs, DVRs and OnDemand I can watch what I want when I want. What a great time to be a TVaholic. What will you be watching and how will you be watching it?

Prime Picks

The West Wing (NBC): After a live debate episode and other specials for sweeps it is back tonight with a new episode. Santos is going after the Undecideds and CJ back at the White House is trying to avert trouble-involving China.

Desperate Housewives (ABC): Tonight Lynette tries to install a day care at her Ad Agency and must convince her boss’s wife to leave her child there to get it approved. The episode runs 61 minutes.

Grey’s Anatomy (ABC): Rosanna Arquette guests as a prisoner in solitary confinement that puts her health at risk to get out. I wonder which main character will be feeling like they are in solitary and would do whatever to get out? The show starts a minute into the third hour of primetime.

Solid Selections

Cold Case (CBS): Repeat from earlier this season.

Law & Order: Criminal Intent (NBC): It is Goren and Eames on the case this week when the murder of an employee of a computer company is investigated.

Crossing Jordan (NBC): Woody is accused of planting evidence. What do you think will he need Jordan’s help?

Other Options

Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (ABC): A recently widowed teacher and his three daughters get their home made over.

Pope John Paul II (CBS): The two of the Vatican approved made for TV movie about the previous Pope.

Cable Choices

Chasing Christmas (ABC Family): An ABC Family Original made for TV movie starring Tom Arnold as a man who is visited by spirits after boycotting Christmas for years since his wife left him. Runs 120 minutes.

Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO): The Season Five Finale is tonight and runs 60 minutes.

Sports Notes

The Raiders play the Chargers tonight on Sunday Night Football on ESPN.

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