Tonight on the Tube: Bones, House and Boston Legal

by Jason the TVaholic on December 13, 2005

in Tonight on the Tube

A few repeats but there is plenty worth watching tonight. Get a few ideas for your TV watching pleasure below. What will you be watching tonight?

Prime Picks

Bones (FOX): It’s A Quarantine Christmas Agent Booth. Potentially deadly spores are released while working on the remains of a man from a 1950s fallout shelter. Leaving the team and Agent Booth locked in the lab over Christmas. Sounds like this could be a really fun episode as there will be a lot of character interaction and that is the best part of this show.

House (FOX): Forman’s in Charge. Cynthia Nixon guests as the patient who collapses at the racetrack right in front of House.

Boston Legal (ABC): Chase is arrested for assaulting the priest and impersonating an FBI agent from last week’s episode when he helped to track down the missing child.

Solid Selections

NCIS (CBS): A death while filming a new reality series Babes in Bootcamp has the team on the hunt for whom off’d one of the supermodel contestants. Oh the things Tony will utter.

Supernatural (WB): Repeat of the episode on the plane where they have to perform an exorcism to keep the plane from crashing.

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (NBC): Repeat of an episode from earlier this season.

Other Options

Gilmore Girls (WB): Repeat where Sookie pressures Lorelai on the idea of setting a date for the wedding which she doesn’t want to do until things are right with Rory.

The Amazing Race: Family Edition (CBS): Two-hour season finale. Find out who the winning family is.

Cable Choices

Taste of America with Mark DeCarlo (Travel Channel): A visit to a cranberry farm, fruitcake factory and see some cool gingerbread creations.

Overhaulin’: The Biggest Beater in America (TLC): This sounds like it could be really fun, starting with a total heap and making it a thing of beauty.

Nip/Tuck (FX): Joy Kringle. Mrs. Claus gets a little work done before the holidays.

Cable Note

Part seven of the 10-part Sleeper Cell is on Showtime tonight.

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