Tonight on the Tube: Sarah Connor Chronicles, Army Wives, In Plain Sight & Mad Men

by Jason the TVaholic on August 10, 2008

in Tonight on the Tube

News & Notes

Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles - Season 1 on DVDTonight, FOX begins replaying the first season of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles with the “Pilot” episode. The next three episodes play on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights. The next four play Sunday thru Wednesday next week and the ninth episode the following Sunday.

Over on cable, Style has a Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane special.

Prime Picks

The Simpsons (FOX): Repeat. The mayor wants to hold an early elections and Homer wipes out the fast food district, in “E. Pluribus Wiggum” from this past season.
Aliens in America (The CW): Repeat. Justin and Raja disagree on the direction for their class float, in “Homecoming.”

Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (FOX): Repeat. See how things begin and start getting ready for season two, which premieres on September 8th. Sarah and John are living in New Mexico, but things are about to change, in the “Pilot” episode.

Desperate Housewives (ABC): Repeat. Bree and Katherine are working together and Gaby is trying to come to grips with Carlos being blind, in “In Buddy’s Eyes” from this past season.

Solid Selections

Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (ABC): Repeat. A Hawaiian family gets their home and a nonprofit learning center redone.

Million Dollar Password (CBS): Repeat. Steven Weber (Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, Wings) was one of the celebrity participants.

Cold Case (CBS): Repeat. The team enters the world of cheerleading when a case gets reopened after new direction is found as part of an art exhibit, in “Stand Up and Holler” from season four.

Cable Choices

Food Network Challenge (Food Network): Repeat. It’s the “National Chicken Cook-Off.” Plays again later.

Law & Order: Criminal Intent (USA): New. Logan and Wheeler are up this week and investigating the mutilation and killing of a guy that seemed not to be liked by the neighborhood he was found in, which leaves them with many suspects. Plays again tomorrow morning after Olympic coverage.

Mad Men (AMC): New. There are problems while filming a commercial. Betty and Don are trying to appease a client. Plays twice and again later.

Other Options

  • Army Wives (Lifetime): New. Joan is being confined to bed rest and Trevor’s injury is not healing properly and he isn’t able to return to combat. Last week’s episode, “Casting Out the Net,” replays right before. Both episodes play again later.
  • Generation Kill (HBO): New. Part five of seven. Bravo company still finds complications after finding out about an ambush ahead of time. Runs 75 minutes. Plays again later.
  • In Plain Sight (USA): New. Mary is abducted and so has Brandi’s boyfriend back in New Jersey. The FBI thinks there is a connection, which, as we know, is the substance Brandi is carrying around in that little suitcase. Plays again tomorrow morning after Olympic coverage. Next week is the season finale and the show has been picked up for a second season.

Sports Notes

  • CBS has golf action with final round of the PGA Championship and TNT has coverage early.
  • ESPN has NASCAR racing with the Sprint Cup: Centurion Boats at the Glen and later Sunday Night Baseball with the St. Louis Cardinals at the Chicago Cubs.
  • ESPN2 has Little League Baseball.
  • NBC along with other various NBC Universal owned cable outlets will have Olympic coverage. Checkout NBCOlympics.com for listings of what events are playing when and where over the next 15 days.
  • TBS has MLB action with the Boston Red Sox at the Chicage White Sox.

Late Night

  • Breaking Bad (AMC): Repeat. Episode three “…And the Bags in the River” replays. Episode four plays next week.

TV Marathons

Comedy Central has 13 episodes of Scrubs tonight.
MTV has the six episodes of Made.
Spike has seven episodes of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
TLC has 10 episodes of Ice Road Truckers.
Travel Channel has 10 episodes of Food Paradise.
USA has seven episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.

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