What to Watch Tonight: Burn Notice, Suits, Louie & More

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Get Burn Notice Season 4 on Blu-ray or DVD at AmazonOn cable tonight, Animal Planet has a Black Tide: Voice From the Gulf special, Cooking Channel has the first season finale of The Originals With Emeril, Discovery Channel has a Who Survives? special, History has the third season premiere of Ancient Aliens, Lifetime has the ninth season premiere of Project Runway, and TLC has the fourth summer season premiere of LA Ink.

Prime Picks

Community (NBC): Repeat. The “Advanced Dungeons & Dragons” episode from this past season replays, where everyone is playing Dungeons & Dragons with Fat Neil.
Parks & Recreation (NBC): Repeat. The “Soulmates” episode from this past season replays, where Leslie gets matched with someone in the office by an online dating service.

Burn Notice (USA Network): New. The CIA wants Michael to retrieve a weapon from the Serbian mob. Sam goes undercover. Plays again later. Last week’s episode, “Square One,” replays earlier in the day.

Suits (USA Network): New. Harvey and Mike take the case of a woman accused of insider trading. Mike also helps Rachel study for the LSAT. Plays again later. Last week’s episode, “Bail Out,” replays earlier in the day.

Other Options

  • Extreme Chef (Food Network): New. It’s a “Mexican Showdown.” Plays again later.
  • Louie (FX): New. Louie gets on the subway and visits a friend. Starts a minute after the half hour and runs 31 minutes. Plays again later two times.

Sports Notes

  • ESPN has first round coverage of the Women’s British Open golf tournament early and later X Games 17 action.
  • MLB Network has an early and a late game.

Late Night

  • Covert Affairs (USA Network): Repeat. This past Tuesday’s episode, “Welcome to the Occupation,” replays.
  • Franklin & Bash (TNT): Repeat. Last night’s episode, “Bachelor Party,” replays.

TV Marathons

Bravo has nine episodes of Millionaire Matchmaker.
Oxygen has six episodes of Law & Order: Criminal Intent early.
Spike TV has 11 episodes of Jail.
Syfy has eight episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise early.
TNT has seven episodes of Bones tonight.

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