Tonight on the Tube: Arrested Development Ends? And Winter Olympics Begins

by Jason the TVaholic on February 10, 2006

in Tonight on the Tube

Arrested Development - Season OneI don’t know what you will be watching but I will be watching Arrested Development. This could be the end. If it is then I want to see how it goes out. In other TV happenings the Winter Olympics start tonight and it is Sci-Fi Friday on the Sci-Fi Channel with an all new three hour block that repeats again right after.

Prime Picks

Arrested Development (FOX): A two-hour block of what could be the last four episodes of this show ever. Hopefully it will only be the last ones we see on FOX and another network or cable channel will pick it up.

NUMB3RS (CBS): A pop princess is being stalked but the evidence starts to point to her as less of a victim and more of a suspect when a celebrity photographer is murdered. Repeat.

Solid Selections

Dancing With the Stars (ABC): Find out who will no longer be dancing. Runs 61 minutes.

In Justice (ABC): Someone who didn’t do something but was convicted is helped.

20/20 (ABC): ABC News investigative reports.

Other Options

XX Winter Olympic Games – Opening Ceremony (NBC): Three hours of flames burning, athletes walking and flash bulbs popping.

Cable Choices

Stargate SG-1 (Sci-Fi Channel): The team is planning an offensive strike.

Stargate Atlantis (Sci-Fi Channel): Sheppard and Weir have their minds taken over by hostile entities and become a threat to Atlantis.

Battlestar Galactica (Sci-Fi Channel): In hopes of getting Galactica to hand over Sharon a civilian hold some military and government personnel hostage.

Sports Notes

ESPN has NBA games with the San Antonio Spurs playing the New Jersey Nets in the early match-up followed by the Dallas Mavericks at the Denver Nuggets in the late game. ESPN2 has Friday Night Fights with a light welterweight match scheduled for 12 rounds.

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