Tonight on the Tube: Gilmore Girls Finale, American Idol Top 3, House and Veronica Mars

by Jason the TVaholic on May 15, 2007

in Tonight on the Tube

Gilmore Girls - The Complete Sixth SeasonTonight is the series finale of Gilmore Girls on The CW. CBS has The 42nd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, which is hosted by Reba McEntire and is scheduled for three hours. Next week, CBS has the season finale of NCIS, The CW has the two hour season finale, hopefully not series finale, of Veronica Mars, NBC has the season finale of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and the replay of the season finale of Law & Order: Criminal Intent, which will air next Monday and ABC has a two hour finale of Dancing With the Stars followed by the season finale of Boston Legal. FOX has the season finale of House on Tuesday, May 29th. NBC announced their 2007 Fall TV Schedule yesterday. Today it is ABC’s turn. CBS goes on Wednesday. And, The CW and FOX show their wares on Thursday.

Prime Picks

American Idol (FOX): New. The Top 3 performs. Who do you think will make the Final Two? Next week is the final performance episode.

House (FOX): New. The team tries to diagnose and then treat a 16-year-old boy with bad head pain. He is a chess prodigy and a complete pain in the ass. It sounds like House might be treating a miniature version of himself. The season finale is in two weeks.

Boston Legal (ABC): New. Brad and Denise’s wedding is having some problems and Jerry defends a lady being kicked out of her apartment for having a pet duck. The season finale is next week.

Solid Selections

Gilmore Girls (The CW): Series Finale. Luke and Lorelai reach some kind of understanding while the town throws Rory a huge graduation party. Was supposed to be the season finale, but none of the sides could come to an agreement on finances for a final season.

Veronica Mars (The CW): New. Veronica is taking her private investigators test. Piz is interviewing an author, who it looks like might just be another James Frey. The two-hour season finale is next week.

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (NBC): New. A teenage boy dies in what looks to be a play fight, but then they find out it had been videotaped. The season finale is next week.

Cable Choices

The Transporter (FX): Released 2002. A driver gets mixed up in a plot and must figure a way out. Some pretty good car and fight sequences. Runs two hours.

The Shield (FX): New. Shane is reaching out to some mob connections when Vic cuts off all ties to him. Runs 64 minutes and plays again later.

Other Options

  • Law & Order: Criminal Intent (NBC): Repeat. If you didn’t watch this episode last night after Heroes, then it is new to you. Next week’s finale plays on Monday night after Heroes, as well as next Tuesday in its normal timeslot. Next season this version of Law & Order will air on USA Network and then at some point replay on NBC.
  • Thowndown With Bobby Flay (Food Network): New and repeats. Four episodes play tonight with the fourth one being a new episode were Bobby participates in a hot dog battle.

Sports Notes

  • TNT has an NBA Playoff doubleheader with the Chicago Bulls at the Detroit Pistons followed by the Golden State Warriors at the Utah Jazz.
  • Versus has NHL Playoff action.

Late Night

  • Painkiller Jane (Sci Fi): Repeat. Sunday’s episode, “Nothing to Fear but Fear Itself,” replays.
  • The Riches (FX): Repeat. Last night’s episode, “This Is Your Brain on Drugs,” replays, where Wayne takes an unorthodox approach to keeping Dahlia off drugs. Runs 62 minutes and plays after The Shield and before its replay.

TV Marathons

Bravo has 14 episodes of Work Out.
Oxygen has 14 episodes of Roseanne beginning early.
Sci Fi has eight episodes of Stargate SG-1 beginning early.
Spike has 10 episodes of Bull Run.

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