Still no Friday Night Lights this week, but Jericho and Lost are new and Bones has returned from its American Idol induced hiatus with a new episode. There are plenty of reruns tonight, but there is still a lot worth checking out. What looks good to you tonight?
Bones (FOX): New. It looks like somebody is using Brennanâ€™s latest book as inspiration for his or her murders.
Crossing Jordan (NBC): New. Jordan takes it upon herself to do an autopsy on a person who she doesnâ€™t think died of the flu and may have put herself in serious danger during a virus outbreak in Boston.
Lost (ABC): New. Charlie starts acting weirder than normal when Claire happens on an idea that could get them rescued. Locke and Sayid are not getting along while trying to find Jack.
Jericho (CBS): New. The Marines come to Jericho and the townâ€™s people start thinking about how things will be once order is restored and some sense of normalcy returns.
American Idol (FOX): New. Find out who is going home. After last nightâ€™s performances, it should be Brandon Rogers. Who do you think should pack their bags? Diana Ross performs.
In Case of Emergency (ABC): New. Harryâ€™s secret has been revealed and Sherman has recruited Kelly to help him get his wife back.
CSI: NY (CBS): Repeat. The death of a woman found on a train car in the subway is investigated.
Emeril Live (Food Network): New. Daniel Boulud joins Emeril in the kitchen for some French fare.
MythBusters (Discovery Channel): New. The guys test out some dog myths.
Good Eats (Food Network): New. Alton cooks with corned beef.
Dinner: Impossible (Food Network): New. 4000 people must be served hors dâ€™oeuvres and there is only 24 hours to get them ready.
- Criminal Minds (CBS): Repeat. The BAU team heads to Guantanamo Bay and interrogates a prisoner who may have knowledge of a cell operating on U.S. soil. This was a very good episode.
- ESPN has a first round NIT game followed by the Phoenix Suns at the Dallas Mavericks in NBA action.
- ESPN2 has a couple of first round NIT games with some tennis in the middle.
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