Tonight on the Tube: Lights, Minds, Lost, Idol, Emeril and Jericho

by Jason the TVaholic on February 21, 2007

in Tonight on the Tube

Subscribe to Lost MagazineWow, the guys didn’t really do all that well last night on American Idol. Hopefully, the girls put on a better show tonight. Due to another extended American Idol episode Bones will not be on tonight but it has, as with House, already been renewed for another season by FOX. Starting March 7th, NBC will be moving Crossing Jordan from Sunday nights to the second hour of primetime slot oo Wednesdays, between Friday Night Lights and Medium. Deal or No Deal will move to Sunday nights between Grease and The Apprentice starting on the 4th of March. What do you think of that move?

Prime Picks

Friday Night Lights (NBC): New. Julie tells Matt she thinks its time and her mother sees him making an embarrassing purchase at the grocery store. Tim’s relationship with his father starts to falter.

Criminal Minds (CBS): New. While in Houston investigating what look to be unrelated deaths at construction sites the team starts to notice Reid’s abnormal behavior.

Lost (ABC): New. A battle for power is waged between Jack and the Others while Kate and Sawyer are still trying to get back to their island. Juliet’s future is uncertain. Last week’s episode replays right before this one.

Solid Selections

American Idol (FOX): New. The Top 12 Women take the stage tonight and they couldn’t possibly do worse than the guys last night, could they? Runs two hours.

CSI: NY (CBS): New. The team investigates a crime or two using forensics.

Cable Choices

Emeril Live (Food Network): New. Emeril whips up some tasty fruit concoctions.

Challenge (Food Network): New. Artists turn 100 pounds of fruit into delicious looking sculptures.

Good Eats (Food Network): New. Alton plays a fowl game tonight in the kitchen.
Dinner: Impossible (Food Network): New. The task tonight is to cook up 14 authentic cowboy inspired dishes for a group of 500.

Other Options

  • Jericho (CBS): New. The show starts back up again tonight with an episode that takes place the day before the bombs went off. Sounds like we may get a little more info on who Jake and Hawkins are and what they have done in the past. There will be a new episode each week until the end of the season.
  • Sit Down Comedy with David Steinberg (TV Land): Season Premiere. The second season kicks off tonight with Jerry Seinfeld as the guest.

Sports Notes

  • ESPN has college basketball followed by the Miami Heat at the Houston Rockets in NBA action.
  • ESPN two has a college basketball doubleheader.
  • Golf Channel has first round coverage of the WGC Accenture Match Play Championship.

What will you be watching tonight?

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