Tonight on the Tube: Last Comic Standing, My Boys & Burn Notice

News & Notes

Sorry for the delay in today’s picks. I am having trouble with my web host (HostGator) and just got access to be able to post again, at least I hope so.

Download Burn Notice Episodes at Amazon UnboxOn cable tonight, Comedy Central has the series premieres The Gong Show with Dave Attell and Reality Bites Back and VH1 has the two-hour Rock Honors: The Who special,

In The Office news, the second webisode of four begins playing today.

In Dr. Horrible news, Act II of Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog is live and viewable. You can also purchase them at iTunes. Act III goes live on Saturday. Have you watched it? What do you think? Cause, the buzz going around about part two is that it is better than the first. So far, I must be in the minority, as I just don’t get it. Is it supposed to be funny? Cause I haven’t laughed yet. It is mildly amusing at times, but that’s it. I think I fall along similar lines with the TV addict on this one, as I do applaud the idea behind it and the production quality of this made for the Internet show, but I just don’t get the hyperbolic reaction to this by some. Are they so starved for anything Joss Whedon that anything will do?

Prime Picks

Last Comic Standing (NBC): New. Carrot Top is on board to help judge the remaining contestant, as they have to gather props from a hardware store and perform for the shoppers. Runs two hours.

Swingtown (CBS): New. Trina is hot over Tom’s affair and is not thrilled about him throwing a pool party. Roger is trying to get some advice from Susan.

Solid Selections

Smallville (The CW): Repeat. Lois is on the trail of Lex, who has traveled to Detroit in search of Kara, in “Fracture” from this past season.

Grey’s Anatomy (ABC): Repeat. Callie is finding the job of chief resident to be quite hard and George and Izzie are testing out their romantic chemistry, in “Physical Attraction … Chemical Reaction” from this past season.

Fear Itself (NBC): New. How would you react if you woke up in a post-apocalyptic world that was overrun by zombies? Well, you can see what this young woman does when it happens to her and then compare notes.

Cable Choices

Good Eats (Food Network): Repeat. Alton is stewing over what to cook. Plays again later.
The Secret Life Of … (TBS): Repeat. The history of “Cake” is told. Plays again later.

The Bill Engvall Show (TBS): New. Trent beats Bill at basketball for the first time, to Bill’s dismay, and Lauren is relating better with Susan’s friend, to Susan’s dismay. Plays again later.
My Boys (TBS): New. A friend of Bobby’s expects everyone to pay for everything in regards to Bobby’s bachelor party. Meanwhile, PJ goes to Elsa’s wedding shower. Plays again later.

Burn Notice (USA): New. Michael turns a stalker’s cartel against him to protect a woman in trouble. Plays again later.

Other Options

  • Ace of Cakes (Food Network): New. A giant cupcake cake is made for a charity auction. A repeat episode follows. Both play again later.
  • The Gong Show with Dave Attell (Comedy Central): Series Premiere. The guest judges are Dave Navarro, Andy Dick and JB Smoove. Plays again later.
  • The Next Food Network Star (Food Network): Repeat. Sunday’s episode, “Vegas Throwdown,” replays. Plays again later.
  • So You Think You Can Dance (FOX): New. The results of this week are announced and two are sent home.

Sports Notes

  • TNT has first round coverage of the British Open golf tournament.
  • Versus has cycling action with the Tour de France, Stage 12.

Late Night

  • Law & Order: Criminal Intent (USA): Repeat. Last Sunday’s episode, “Reunion,” replays.

TV Marathons

History Channel has five episodes of Ax Men that plays twice.
Oxygen has nine episodes of The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency today followed by 12 episodes of Snapped tonight.
Sci Fi has eight episodes of Jake 2.0 early.
VH1 has the five-part 100 Greatest Songs of the ’90s followed by the five-part 100 Greatest Songs of the ’80s.

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