Tonight on the Tube: FlashForward Finale, The Office Repeats & House S.6 Finale Replay

by Jason the TVaholic on May 27, 2010

in Tonight on the Tube

News & Notes

Download The Office Episodes via Amazon Video On DemandTonight, ABC has the series finale of FlashForward and a Hollywood Salutes Matt Damon: An American Cinematheque Tribute special, FOX has the seventh season premiere of So You Think You Can Dance, and NBC has the series premiere of 100 Questions.

Over on cable, Science has the fourth season finale of Build It Bigger, TLC has the third season premiere of Police Women of Memphis and the series premiere of Mall Cops: Mall of America, Travel Channel has the third season finale of Samantha Brown’s Great Weekends, and VH1 has the series premiere of The OCD Project.

I am scheduled to be on TV Talk today at about 4:00 p.m. PT to talk about the week in TV with host Shaun Daily and fellow TVtimesThree podcast partner Amrie of My Take on TV.

Next Thursday, USA has the fourth season premiere of Burn Notice and the second season premiere of Royal Pains.

Prime Picks

FlashForward (ABC): Series Finale. It’s April 29th, 2010 and everyone can finally see if his or her flash-forwards are going to come true. Mark may have found out when the next blackout will be.

The Office (NBC): Repeat. In “The Lover” from this past season, everyone, especially Jim and Pam, are shocked to learn whom Michael is dating.
30 Rock (NBC): Repeat. In “Into the Crevasse” from this past season, Jenna and Tracy are trying to make problems for Liz and Jack is trying to save the company.

The Office (NBC): Repeat. In “Double Date” from this past season, Jim and Pam finally agree to go on a double date with Michael and Pam’s mom. Dwight is being nice to everyone in the office.
Parks & Recreation (NBC): Repeat. In “The Set Up” from this past season, Leslie goes on a blind date that Ann sets up.

Other Options

  • 100 Questions (NBC): Series Premiere. A woman looking for love joins an online dating service, which has 100 compatibility questions for her to answer. Each question makes her think about something in her past that relates. Looks like NBC is going to burn off the six episodes of this show they have over the next six weeks.
  • Good Eats (Food Network): New. Alton shows you why the “Porterhouse Rules.” A repeat episode plays right before. Both play again later.

Sports Note

  • ESPN has NBA Western Conference Finals action with Game 5 of the Phoenix Suns at the Los Angeles Lakers.

Late Night

  • House (USA): Repeat. The sixth season finale episode, “Help Me,” from a couple weeks ago on FOX replays, where Cuddy and House head to the scene of a fallen building to provide onsite emergency medical care.

TV Marathons

Bravo has seven episodes of The Real Housewives of Orange County followed by six episodes of The Real Housewives of New York City.
Oxygen has 22 episodes of Captured.
Spike TV has 10 hours of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation episodes.
TLC has six episodes of Police Women of Broward County.

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Kyle May 27, 2010 at 7:52 pm

Wow, this 100 Questions show is terrible. The OCD Project sounds interesting–plan to at least try to check that out.
Will be happy when USA Network programming returns next week!

2 Jason the TVaholic May 27, 2010 at 9:07 pm

Kyle, Haven’t watched it yet, but that’s probably why the original order of 13 episodes was cut to six and then never aired during the regular season. Yet, it makes you wonder how shows like this get greenlit for a “Pilot,” which is the terribleness you just watched, and then from that get picked up to series in the first place.

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