The WB has a full comedy lineup tonight as opposed to the last couple of weeks. It is sci-fi Friday on the Sci-Fi Channel with new eps of SG-1 and Battlestar Galactica. The CBS lineup is all new tonight as well. The finals of the Womenâ€™s side of the Australian open are tonight. UPN has the WWE Friday Night SmackDown! as usual. The Book of Daniel is no longer as it has been canceled. That was a show with just too much going on and not much of it good. What TV shows will you be watching this Friday night? Comedies, dramas, celeb-reality dance results or will you just go by the NUMB3RS?
What I Like About You (WB): Well you finally get to see that Vic is all right and when he comes home from the hospital Val has to do everything for him.
Living With Fran (WB): Fran tries to get a reporter to write a story about her family in hopes of getting some free pub for her design business.
In Justice (ABC): A man has spent six years in jail after the death of an unborn baby, which happened during a struggle with an intruder.
NUMB3RS (CBS): An immigrant dies while trying to sell one of her kidneys. The team then tries to break an organ trafficking ring.
Ghost Whisperer (CBS): I am going to guess that a ghost is helped to crossover.
Reba (WB): Reba find out that the last five years of her marriage with Brock is going to be audited by the IRS.
Twins (WB): Well you got to watch something for the rest of the hour.
Law & Order (NBC): Repeat of the House of Cards episode.
Dancing With the Stars (ABC): Find out who is no longer dancing after last night competition.
Close to Home (CBS): A young woman is raped in Annabethâ€™s neighborhood and a recently released sex offender who just moved into the area is the prime suspect.
20/20 (ABC): ABC News investigative reports.
Stargate SG-1 (Sci-Fi Channel): The worst is feared when Tealâ€™c disappears.
What Not to Wear (TLC): A real estate broker gets a wardrobe makeover.
Monk (USA): Mr. Monk and the Captainâ€™s marriage.
ESPN has the Cleveland Cavaliers against the Indiana Pacers in the early game and the Los Angeles Clippers versus the Denver Nuggets in the late game. ESPN2 has the Womenâ€™s Finals of the Australian Open tonight.