Tonight on the Tube: Burn Notice & Royal Pains

by Jason the TVaholic on July 1, 2010

in Tonight on the Tube

News & Notes

Get Burn Notice Season 3 on DVD at AmazonTonight, NBC has the first season finale of 100 Questions.

Over on cable, Food Network has the 9th season premiere of Ace of Cakes.

Prime Picks

Community (NBC): Repeat. The “Spanish 101″ episode replays, where Jeff tries to become Britta’s partner on a project for class and it doesn’t work out well.
100 Questions (NBC): Season Finale. Jill and Leslie are attempting to help Charlotte connect with a vegan firefighter. Mike is helping Wayne connect with an Israeli model.

Burn Notice (USA): New. A drug dealer is terrorizing a doctor and they help him with his problem. Michael gets drawn into a cat and mouse game with a killer. Plays again later. The previous two episodes replay earlier in the day.

Royal Pains (USA): New. Hank saves a hand and Boris’ health has quickly gone downhill after his recent treatment. Plays again later. Last week’s episode replays earlier in the day.

Other Options

  • Ace of Cakes (Food Network): Season Premiere. The gang looks back at previous episodes in “100 Episodes of Cake.” Plays again later.
  • Good Eats (Food Network): New. Alton whips up some delicious banana dishes. A repeat episode plays right before. Both play again later.
  • Rookie Blue (ABC): New. A dangerous escaped convict is on the loose and the rookies are part of the search. Andy helps her training officer find a missing informant. What did you think of last week’s premiere episode?

Sports Notes

  • ESPN2 has Women’s semifinal coverage of Wimbledon.
  • Golf Channel has first round coverage of the AT&T National golf tournament.
  • NBC has Women’s semifinal coverage of Wimbledon.

TV Marathons

A&E has six episodes of The First 48 tonight.
Bravo has nine episodes of America’s Next Top Model.
History has five episodes of The States that play two times.
Oxygen has 13 episodes of Snapped early and later 11 hours of Law & Order: Criminal Intent episodes.
Spike TV has 10 hours of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation episodes.
Syfy has three-part, six-hour Dinotopia miniseries.

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1 J.R. McQuaid July 1, 2010 at 11:46 am

This blog rocks. All I need about TV is here!

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