Tonight on the Tube: House, Greek & Castle

by Jason the TVaholic on October 12, 2009

in Tonight on the Tube

News & Notes

Download House Episodes via Amazon Video On DemandTonight, ION has the first season finale of Durham County.

Over on cable, Bravo has the second season finale of The Rachel Zoe Project, History has the first season finale of Clash of the Gods, MTV has the series premiere of Gone Too Far, Planet Green has the series premiere of The 100 Mile Challenge, and TLC has the sixth season premiere of Little People, Big World.

In late night, Bravo has the third season premiere of Million Dollar Listing.

Prime Picks

House (FOX): New. A wealthy man insists that House treat his son. Foreman and Chase are to present the Dibala case.

Greek (ABC Family): New. Casey is out to find out why Cappie and Evan seem to be friends again. Rusty, Dale and Calvin head to comic book convention. Plays again late night tomorrow.

Castle (ABC): New. Castle and Beckett are on the case of an Artic explorer’s death, which sends them to the CIA. But, Castle thinks investigators are being led astray. Starts two minutes after the hour and runs 58 minutes.

Solid Selections

How I Met Your Mother (CBS): New. Robin and Barney double date with Lily and Marshall, but the latter come on too strong and the former want to end them.
Accidentally On Purpose (CBS): New. Billie and Zack are seeing other people, but it only seems to be working out for him.

Two and a Half Men (CBS): New. Alan takes a job working for his mother. Charlie tries to get Chelsea and Jake on a more friendly footing. Runs 31 minutes.
The Big Bang Theory (CBS): New. Raj needs a job or he could get deported. Leonard and Penny have a third wheel named Howard. Starts a minute after the half hour and runs 29 minutes.

CSI: Miami (CBS): New. The most hated man in Miami gets murdered and the CSIs are on the case.

Other Options

  • Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives (Food Network): New. Guy visits three places that are doing it there own way completely from scratch. A repeat episode follows. Both play again later.
  • Durham County (ION): Season Finale. Mike’s daughter gets abducted. Plays twice.
  • Good Eats (Food Network): New. Alton Brown attempts to help the average Joe cook a classic breakfast. A repeat episode follows. Both play again later.
  • Gossip Girl (The CW): New. Rufus and Lily decide to get married sooner. Chuck finds out something that Carter has been keeping from Serena. Georgina gets Vanessa and Dan involved in one of her schemes.
  • Lie to Me (FOX): New. Lightman goes on vacation and ends up working a case in Mexico when an American woman goes missing.
  • Lincoln Heights (ABC Family): New. His new family disappoints Charles, so Eddie and Cassie help him out. Plays again later.
  • Mad Men (AMC): Repeat. Last night’s episode, “Wee Small Hours,” replays. Plays again later.
  • One Tree Hill (The CW): New. Haley ends up in the spotlight. Quinn and Clay get closer.
  • Trauma (NBC): New. Nancy and Rabbit end up having to work together during a shooting spree at an office building. Marissa finds she is more like Rabbit than she thinks she is.
  • Unwrapped (Food Network): New. See how your favorite “Marshmallow” foods are made. A repeat episode follows. Both play again later.

Sports Notes

  • ESPN has Monday Night Football with the New York Jets at the Miami Dolphins.
  • TBS has MLB playoff action with the Philadelphia Phillies at the Colorado Rockies.

Late Night

  • Monk (USA): Repeat. Last Friday’s episode, “Mr. Monk Goes to Group Therapy,” replays.

TV Marathons

BET has 26 episodes of The Game.
Bravo has six episode of NYC Prep early and later six episodes of The Rachel Zoe Project.
Discovery Channel has six episodes of A Haunting.
Lifetime has eight episodes of Project Runway.
MTV has six episodes of True Life.
Oxygen has 13 episodes of Living Single.
Spike has Star Wars: Episode II-VI.
Syfy has seven episodes of Scariest Places on Earth early.
Travel Channel has five episodes of Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations.
USA has five episodes of JAG early followed by seven episodes of NCIS.

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