So it's Obama for the win! I watched about a half hour of NBC's coverage. I got a good laugh out of one of the analysts who was all excited about an electoral vote split anomaly and then in the same breath admitted he was probably the only person who cared. I also saw an extended trailer for the new movie Frost Nixon - I've got to go see that.
Last night I also got a chance to clean off my DVR. Turned out my Scream Queens wasn't. I hate when that happens. Crusoe went to battle with mutineers on the island and after about a half hour I was bored. I think I'm done with this show. Sarah Connor was more confusing than ever, but then, it's supposed to be and I finally buzzed through that Stargate Atlantis from two weeks ago and it was a bust.
Now I'm ready for a new week.
Tonight On TV - Wednesday, November 5
ABC begins the night with the Dancing with the Stars results show postponed from yesterday, Private Practice follows and then Nick learns something new every day on Dirty Sexy Money.
NBC has a Halloweenish episode tonight when a killer runs amok in the KITT cave on Knight Rider. Then it's Life and the return of Law & Order.
CBS goes for the laughs with The New Adventures of Old Christine and Gary Unmarried. Next up it's an Amber Alert on Criminal Minds and a bit of trial fixing, the hard way, on CSI: NY.
On The CW it's time for those foreign go-sees on America's Next Top Model and the Stylista crew have to throw a party for a child.
Fox gets artsy when a skull turns up as part of a sculpture on Bones and that's followed by a repeat of House.
Over on cable
How about a device that wakes, showers and dresses you, Jetsons' style? They've got on Discovery's Prototype This!
Biography takes a look back at The Cosby Show at 10:00 and on Style, the Clean House crew helps out a pack rat.
The Ghost Hunters are on the job on SCI FI at 9:00 and it's a Tyler Perry marathon on TBS.
News and notable
CBS loves Tom Selleck (who doesn't) so they've got him back in a sixth Jesse Stone movie.
Mark your calendars for the return of The Bachelor on ABC and the debut of Ashton Kutcher's True Beauty, both beginning on January 5.
Anthony Edwards returns to ER this Thursday but only for a quick appearance. He said it was like "going back to high school, but in the best way."
Nikki Blonsky of Hairspray will make her TV debut on an upcoming episode of Ugly Betty.
Today's clip: Private Practice
Photo credit: Bones: The Skull in the Sculpture - Pictured: L-R: Emily Deschanel, TJ Thyne, Tamara Taylor, guest star Carla Gallo and Michaela Conlin. Photo: Greg Gayne/FOX Law & Order: Rumble - Pictured: (l-r) Jeremy Sisto as Cyrus Lupo, Anthony Anderson as Det. Kevin Bernard, Lius Roache as Michael Cutter -- NBC Photo: Nicole Rivelli