Tonight on the Tube: TV’s Funniest Moment and Sci Fi Friday

by Jason the TVaholic on June 1, 2007

in Tonight on the Tube

Get Stargate SG-1 and Atlantis Episodes on iTunesNothing new premieres tonight, but Sci Fi Friday is back with all new episodes of Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis and Painkiller Jane. There are only two more episodes after tonight until the series finale of Stargate SG-1 on June 22nd. Next week, Standoff on FOX, which won’t be returning in the fall, returns to burn off the rest of the unaired episodes. Other than that, there doesn’t look to be anything else new for Friday nights until Doctor Who on Sci Fi and Monk and Psych return in July. For more summer TV show premiere info, check out the Guide to Summer TV Shows – 2007.

Prime Picks

TV’s Funniest Moments (FOX): New. Two hour special with Brad Garrett as host, which counts down the 30 funniest moments on sitcoms, variety shows, late night TV and more according to Nielsen Media Research and the Museum of Television and Radio.

Numb3rs (CBS): Repeat. The team is on the hunt for the leader of a polygamous sect who is wanted for rape and murder.

Solid Selections

America’s Funniest Home Videos (ABC): Repeat. Funny animals, a flaming Christmas dinner, Easter egg hunt mishaps and on court disasters.

Law & Order: Criminal Intent (NBC): Repeat. Logan and Wheeler investigate the case of a former child star that is found murdered.

Law & Order (NBC): Repeat. When faulty wiring is found to be the cause of a fire that kills a young girl, the detectives find it hard to figure out who is actually to blame for the problem.

Cable Choices

Stargate SG-1 (Sci Fi): New. Teal’c goes rogue in order to stop a sinister leader who is out to destroy the Jaffa nation. Plays again later.

Stargate Atlantis (Sci Fi): New. An explosion in the city takes place while the crew is on leave for a personal day. Plays again later.

Painkiller Jane (Sci Fi): New. It looks like a Neuro might be behind a rash of high profile witnesses under government protection committing suicide. Plays again later.

Other Options

  • Paula’s Party (Food Network): New. A whole lot of frying and barbecuing will be used to cook up some tasty vittles. Plays again later.
  • What Not to Wear (TLC): New. A middle school teacher who still dresses like she was in the seventh grade gets a wardrobe that will make the grade. Plays again later.

Sports Notes

  • ESPN2 has early round French Open tennis coverage early in the day.

Late Night

  • The Shield (FX): Repeat. This past Tuesday’s episode, “Recoil,” replays.

TV Marathons

Oxygen changes things up a bit from yesterday and plays 10 episodes of Snapped followed by 10 episodes of Living Single.
Sci Fi has eight episodes of John Doe to start off their broadcast day.

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