Tonight on the Tube: On the Lot, Star Wars: The Legacy Revealed & Memorial Day TV Marathons

by Jason the TVaholic on May 28, 2007

in Tonight on the Tube

M*A*S*H - Goodbye, Farewell & AmenToday is Memorial Day and there are plenty of TV marathons to keep you glued to the tube if you don’t have anything better to do today. If you want to see funny pets, pimped rides, football follies, big losers, crime scene investigators or law and order being kept then check out the list of TV show marathons below. In primetime, On the Lot makes its time period debut tonight with a results show each Tuesday. NBC begins burning off The Real Wedding Crashers episodes and then has the Miss Universe 2007 pageant. ABC has the premiere of Ex-Wives Club with semi-famous divorcees Angie Everhart and Marla Maples along with a life coach trying to help recently divorced women get over it. Wow, can you say lame summer reality programming? Speaking of lame, Paris and Nicole are back in The Simple Life Goes to Camp on E! Next week is the debut of the animated CBS series Creature Comforts and on FOX the return of Hell’s Kitchen.

Prime Picks

One the Lot (FOX): New. They will get down to 18 and then tomorrow 3 more will be sent home. This will be the normal day and time for the show. Then on Tuesday find out who is the latest to be leaving. Runs two hours tonight.

CSI: Miami (CBS): Repeat. The film theme continues with the episode about a series of murders that seem to be linked to a couple of film students who are filming a movie that is very similar to the murders.

Solid Selections

How I Met Your Mother (CBS): Repeat. When Barney learns of a nude painting of Marshall by Lily, he wants one.
The New Adventures of Old Christine (CBS). Repeat. Christine goes on a blind date with guest star Scott Bakula.

Two and a Half Men (CBS): Repeat. Brooke Shields guest stars as a crazy woman that Charlie sets Alan up with.
The King of Queens (CBS): Repeat. Doug continues faking being injured when he sees Carrie is doing whatever he needs.

No third hour selection tonight.

Cable Choices

Kyle XY (ABC Family): Repeat. Kyle learns of some new abilities and want to know more about where he came from. Plays again later. The replay of the first season finishes up next week with the finale and the second season begins June 11th. A new episode of Falcon Beach plays right before.

Friends (TBS): Repeat. “The One Where Ross and Rachel Take a Break.”
Friends (TBS): Repeat. “The One the Morning After.”

The Riches (FX): New. A friend of Doug’s shows up and the Malloys must keep him from figuring out what is going on. Hugh comes back from Vegas married and need’s Wayne to workout a retroactive pre-nup. Runs 70 minutes and plays twice. Season finale is next week.

Other Options

  • Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives (Food Network): New. Great places to get BBQ are profiled.
  • Star Wars: The Legacy Revealed (History Channel): New. See what inspired George Lucas and his Star Wars films. Runs two hours and plays again later.
  • Star Wars Tech (History Channel): New. A look at the technological advancement portrayed in the films. Plays two more times later.

Sports Notes

  • ESPN has Game 4 of the NBA Western Conference Finals with the San Antonio Spurs at the Utah Jazz.
  • ESPN2 has Arena Football.
  • Versus has Game 1 of the NHL Stanley Cup Finals.

Memorial Day TV Marathons

A&E has 12 episodes of The Sopranos.
AMC has war movies all day, which includes Patton and Tora! Tora! Tora!
Animal Planet has 11 episodes of The Planet’s Funniest Animals.
BBC America has 10 episodes of Doctor Who.
BET has 10 episodes of Run’s House early.
Biography has 12 episodes of City Confidential.
Bravo has eight episodes of Shear Genius followed by the first three installments of The Real Wedding Crashers, which has a new episode on NBC tonight.
Court TV has 18 episodes of Beach Patrol.
Discovery Channel has 13 episodes of Deadliest Catch.
Discovery Health has eight episodes of Accident Investigator.
E! has the five hour 50 Most Shocking Celebrity Scandals today.
Food Network is all about Grillin’ and Chillin’ today.
FX has 20 episodes of That ‘70s Show.
G4 has 12 episodes of Cops in row that plays twice.
Hallmark Channel has 20 episodes of M*A*S*H followed by seven hours of Walker, Texas Ranger.
Gospel Music Channel finishes out its 83 episode run of Hot List.
History Channel has five hours of the Band of Brothers mini series that plays twice today before the history of Star Wars takes over in primetime.
Military Channel has five episodes of Operation Homecoming.
MSNBC has episodes of MSNBC Investigates all day long that will give you a look inside prisons around the country.
MTV has 19 episodes of Run’s House.
MTV2 has 15 episodes of Pimp My Ride.
National Geographic has five episodes of Ultimate Factories.
NFL Network has 12 episodes of NFL Football Follies.
Oxygen has 10 episodes of Roseanne.
Science Channel has 42 episodes of How It’s Made.
Sci Fi has movies about water creatures with Octopus 1 & 2, Shark Attack 3 and Crocodile 1 & 2.
Spike has 14 episodes of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
Style has 13 episodes of The Biggest Loser.
TLC has nine hours of Little People, Big World.
TNT has 13 episodes of Law & Order.
TV Guide Channel has nine episodes of Look-A-Like.
TV One has six episodes of I Married a Baller followed by 36 episodes of Martin.
USA has 14 episodes of Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
VH1 has 10½ hours of The Flavor of Love.

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