In where did that show go news, ABC has pulled In the Motherhood and Samantha Who?, in what is now two weeks earlier than originally scheduled.
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Bones (FOX): New. A friend of Booth has his sister go missing and asks for help in trying to find her.
Grey’s Anatomy (ABC): New. Izzie is focusing on planning Meredith and Derek’s wedding while she tries to fight the cancer. Callie’s dad comes for a visit. Runs 62 minutes.
Harper’s Island (CBS): New. Locals and wedding guest alike are shaken by an apparent suicide. Trish is has to decide what to do about Hunter. Starts a minute after the hour and runs 59 minutes.
Smallville (The CW): New. Lois takes on the superhero persona of Stiletto and Clark worries for her safety.
The Office (NBC): New. Michael’s new paper company is having a tough time getting early morning deliveries done. Angela enforces a policy that makes it hard for employees to get their expense reports turned in. Runs 31 minutes.
30 Rock (NBC): New. Jack is shopping for engagement rings. Liz learns that Elisa is keeping a secret. Starts a minute after the half-hour and runs 29 minutes.
Private Practice (ABC): New. Noah and Addison are working together on a case. Sam starts to have second thoughts about being friends with Naomi. Starts two minutes after the hour and runs 58 minutes.
Good Eats (Food Network): Repeats. Alton talks about “Amber Waves” of grain and then takes a shot at “Raising the Bar.” Both episodes play again later.
American Chopper (TLC): New. The team is trying to get used to working without Paul Jr. Plays again later.
Being Erica (SOAPnet): New. Katie is trying to get her book published by River Rock. It plays again twice on Saturday and again Sunday night. I finally got caught up with this show over last weekend. It is very good.
A&E has 14 hours of The First 48 episodes.
Bravo has five episodes of The Biggest Loser.
History has the five episodes of Warriors that play twice.
MTV has eight episodes of Making the Band 4 early.
Oxygen has 23 episodes of Snapped.
Sci Fi has the three-part, six-hour Dinotopia miniseries.