No more baseball so Fox has actual TV shows to watch this week. Lost is a repeat again this week. So to keep you from feeling lost tonight on the tube here are some suggestions for what else is worth watching tonight. What will you be watching?
One Tree Hill (WB): Things donâ€™t go well and fist start a flying as the Ravens start their basketball season.
Criminal Minds (CBS): The team is on the hunt for a serial sniper.
CSI: NY (CBS): Unlike CSI: Miami earlier in the week we get a new episode tonight here leading up to the big crossover episodes next week.
That â€˜70s Show (Fox): An hour of the humor of 1979. Eric is still in Africa and Jackie finds out that Hyde was going to propose to her and sets out to win him back.
Veronica Mars (UPN): Repeat of the season opener. If you have not been watching this show, give it a shot. It is one of the best and cleverly written shows on TV right now.
Law & Order (NBC): Something ripped from the headlines I would presume.
George Lopez (ABC): Tonight George convinces Ernie it is time for him to get his own place.
Yes, Dear (CBS): If you are looking for laughs and donâ€™t like the 70s then this is your best bet as it is consistently somewhat funny and your only other option is Freddie which so far is consistently not even somewhat funny.
Related (WB): This show has grown on me a bit after a few episodes. This is a repeat of Monday nightâ€™s episode, which is the shows new time slot after 7th Heaven.
Invasion (ABC): Repeat or the series premiere. See how it all began.
Emeril Live (Food Network): Emeril cooks up some recipes created by kids.
Behind the Bash (Food Network): See the behind the scenes lead up to an over the top wedding.
Sugar Rush (Food Network): Learn the secrets behind the making of great cakes.
Good Eats (Food Network): Watch Alton, whip up some avocado recipes.
Good Eats (Food Network): Watch Alton in this repeat episode, make the perfect guacamole.
You will find the 76ers at the Pistons followed by the Lakers at the Nuggets on ESPN tonight.
The Sci-Fi Channel has a mini-marathon of four straight episodes of Surface starting with Episode 3 tonight.