The Bernie Mac Show (Fox): Consistently funny and on tonightâ€™s show when Bernie enters a celebrity marathon; Vanessa says she will finish the in front of him.
Malcolm in the Middle (Fox): This family at Burning Man has got to be funny.
Threshold (CBS): This show is better in the hour-long format. The two hour premiere was to long and drawn out. It has sort of an X-Files vibe. Trying to figure out the overall alien invasion by tracking down and investigating weird occurrences around the country.
Numbers (CBS): This is the best show on Friday nights by far. On tonightâ€™s episode Don and the team investigate a heist at a jewelry store where the bad guys have kidnapped the wife and daughter of the owner.
What I Like About You (WB): What a shock Holly feels left out when Vince goes to a game with Gary instead of her.
Twins (WB): If you are looking for comedy in the first hour of primetime this is your the second best selection unless you think Super Nanny is funny.
Reba (WB): Reba and Van team up to invest in real estate. I am sure that everything goes smoothly.
Living with Fran (WB): Allison doesnâ€™t want one but Fran throws a surprise sweet 16 party anyway.
Inconceivable (NBC): This show is pretty bad. Too many characters with too many stories told in short little pieces making this show to jumpy and hard to watch.
Ghost Whisperer (CBS): This is an OK drama but not nearly as good as Joan of Arcadia.
Killer Instinct (Fox): This was probably one the worst new shows I have seen so far this season. Tonight it gets a second chance but I wonâ€™t hold my breath.
20/20 (ABC): Ordeals, books and signing tour stories are told.
Biography (A&E): Tonight is the life story of comedian Richard Pryor.
$40-a-Day (Food Network): Watch the recently married Rachel Ray in this repeat episode trying to eat on just forty bucks in Paris.
Rachel Rayâ€™s Tasty Travels (Food Network): See her favorite spots for good food in New York City.
Nip/Tuck (FX): Cosmetic surgery on an ape is just one of the surgeries performed tonight.