next week 11/19

Monday

  • The Bachelor (ABC, 10pm) Season Finale – Two weeks touting the bachelor, really? Anyhoo, you get this, he picks a gal and they break up doing promotional appearances… ‘After the Rose’ show airs on Tuesday at 10pm.
  • Weeds (SHO, 10pm) Season Finale – I’ve started making my list of cable shows to get on dvd if this pesky strike keeps up, I like ML Parker, and is this the one that one of those Olsens joined?

Tuesday

  • A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving (ABC, 8pm) – I can taste the turkey and mashed taters already. Followed by ‘He’s a Bully Charlie Brown’ to round out the hour.

Wednesday

  • Pushing Daisies (ABC, 8pm) – Just when I wondered if this show could be any more delightful they get a guest spot from Paul Reubens (the artist formerly known as Pee Wee Herman).
  • Dirty Sexy Money (ABC, 10pm) – All may not go smoothly for the Darlings as a couple of meetings are arranged, Tripp and Simon Elder and Patrick’s wife and his transsexual mistress.

Thursday

  • Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade/National Dog Show (NBC, 9am/noon) – I don’t recall watching the parade in recent years but I assume it’s all floats and bands and whatnot, you know, a parade, but I do try to catch the dog show, though I always just root for the big fuzzy breeds I like best.
  • Ugly Betty/Grey’s Anatomy (ABC, 8pm/10pm) – Buffy alum night as Faith/Eliza Dushku gets ugly and Oz/Seth Green pops by Grey’s for what I can only hope will be some funny.
  • October Road (ABC, 10pm) Season Premiere – Sappy, and in my opinion unwatchable (though I admittedly stopped watching), show where boy returns home after writing first novel, somewhat unflatteringly, about his small home town and its inhabitants and comes to wonder if his best gal, that he ditched, is raising his kid.

Friday

  • Numbers (CBS, 10pm) – Christopher Lloyd guests for the makings of a little Taxi reunion with he and Judd Hirsch, and I’m sure there’s some math.

Saturday

  • Battlestar Galactica: Razor (SciFi, 9pm) – A movie that explains some of the haps from the series that I hear great things about but have yet to start the dvds.

Sunday

  • The Simpsons (Fox, 8pm) – Sideshow Bob’s family nods to Friasier as Kelsey Grammer is joined by Frasier’s Niles/David Hyde Pierce and Martin/John Mahoney.
  • Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (ABC, 7pm) 100th show – Ty and the gang help a family of ten by doing something extreme.
  • Action Sports (NBC, 11am – check your local listing) – Highlights of the season’s best competitions in the Dew Action Sports tour for skateboarding, fmx, and bmx.

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5 Comments

  1. well…it’s been some time since i added my two cents in these here forum, so felt compelled to do so! caught a small bit of the Bachelor “Tell All” show, in which all of the women have to see all of their catty comments and drunken and lewd behavior replayed for the world. Can you imagine having to see a video of yourself from a drunken moment? It’s like when you hear your own voice on the answering machine – painful. The bachelor was very gracious, i thought, even to the girl who was pissed at him for being pissed that her family were elitist snobs and treated him like crap. (her comment in response to his sensitivity on the show was, “well, not everyone looks good on paper.” – way to charm your way to the final three.) anyhoo…i actually like the two finalists for different reasons. the dark-haired girl seems sweet and serious, and i frankly just really like southern accents. the other girl, who had this whole “lakers girl” thing going against her, has sort of grown on me. she reminds me of that annoying girl who sees dead people on that tv show. anyhoo…i’m sure, as always, it promises to be ‘THE MOST ROMANTIC SEASON FINALE IN BACHELOR HISTORY.”

  2. I, too, have to chime in about the Bachelor. In the lamest finale in bachelor history, the guy rejected both of the two remaining women. Not cool, really not cool, especially after stringing both women along and getting them both to admit they loved him. I guess we’ll get his side of the story tonight.

  3. I love my new laptop. Not only can I play games and telecommute from dwelling, but I can also Watch Frasier Online.. With my work schedule it is generally difficult to watch shoes which can be currently popular so I always go back to my tried-and-true favorites. Frasier is a single of those. I don’t remember how I very first learned that you just can watch these exhibits online, but on the other hand I did I would like to say thank you. Watching Tv is 1 of my favorite ways to relax right after a rough day in the ER and Frasier is often very good for a laugh. I have to have that more usually than I ought to.

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