Did you know that it is TV Turn-Off Week? I didnâ€™t until I saw it mentioned over at TVSquad in a post. They should really put this like in the middle of July or something. Who out there that watches TV is going to stop watching their favorite shows in the final weeks of the season? Most shows are down to four or less episodes until the season is over. How about some other things we should stop for a week and spend more time outside or with the family. Stop reading the newspaper. Wait a lot of people are already doing that one. How about stop reading books. Have you seen how much time people suck up sitting by themselves reading? Maybe we should stop using our computers or no Xbox or Playstation for a week. I got it, no radio for a week. What movement do you want to start? What should we stop doing for a week? What will you be watching tonight on TV?
Alias (ABC): Sydney cuts her maternity leave short to rescue Will from Anna Espinosa. Sloan gets a bit closer to getting a cure for Nadia.
Lost (ABC): Clip show alert. Get caught up with the happenings on the island so you will be ready for the last few episodes of the season. Runs 61 minutes.
Invasion (ABC): Russell is on the verge of losing his job. A teacher is teaching something she probably shouldnâ€™t to Roseâ€™s class. Jesse and his schoolmate come to a decision.
Bones (FOX): The team uncovers a bone smuggling ring while examining a young girls cancer.
American Idol (FOX) Results show with a performance by Andrea Bocelli. Who do you think will be leaving?
Unanimous (FOX): If you watch Idol then what else are you going to watch until the next hour of TV starts?
CSI: NY (CBS): Kid Rock guests as himself and when his limo driver is found dead the team investigates.
One Tree Hill (WB): Lucas and Karen return and Haley and Brooke fight about the wedding.
The Bedford Diaries (WB): Owen goes to a lot of trouble to plan a date to impress Natalie. Lee gets hooked on online poker. Sarah comes to some realizations regarding her romantic life.
Law & Order (NBC): Repeat where a journalist looks to have committed suicide but other things point to foul play.
Hustle (AMC): Repeat of the first episode of this fun show about a group who use the long con to swindle money out of only people they believe deserve it and can afford it.
MythBusters (Discovery Channel): The guys go back and revisit some of the myths they have already looked at like the Confederate rocket and bulletproof water.
Good Eats (Food Network): Repeat where Alton makes homemade ice cream.
Ham on the Street (Food Network): Repeat where ice cream is looked at from an interesting and usually funny perspective.
ESPN has Wednesday Night Baseball with the Boston Red Sox at the Cleveland Indians. OLN has an NHL Playoff doubleheader. TNT has a NBA Playoff doubleheader with the Memphis Grizzlies at the Dallas Mavericks followed by the Los Angeles Lakers at the Phoenix Suns. NBA TV has the Milwaukee Bucks at the Detroit Pistons.