Between 24 and Superstars of Dance, these two hour TV blocks are killing me! Luckily it didn't take much brain power to flip between 24 and Superstars of Dance. Dance because, well...it's a dancing show and 24...predictable, so no brain power needed.
That's not to say I didn't enjoy both shows but Dance has lost a bit of its luster, mostly due to the fact that I still have no idea when and how people are eliminated. 24 was an action packed ride but I called Tony as an undercover agent from the first. But wait! Maybe he's a double agent? Still, I don't see how he and Jack can justify the murder of innocent people (like the ambassador's staff) just to keep their own cover safe. Yes, I know -- it's just a TV show.
Tonight is jam packed with new goods including that anticipated arrival of American Idol 2009. As far as the awful American Idol auditions, I think Idol lies. The whole audition section of American Idol has always been about the crazies. The talent doesn't show up until we get to the top ten. Face it, producers, people may grumble, but who hasn't sung along to, "I am your brother! Your best friend, forever!"
I'll keep singing. You keep reading.
CBS has a strong line-up. First Ducky is accused of war crimes on NCIS, a young football player is murdered on The Mentalist and on Without a Trace, the team searches for Elena's former partner.
A man with a skull raises questions on ABC's Homeland Security, then it's a double dose of Scrubs, followed by Primetime: What Would You Do?
Finally, The CW has new episodes of 90210 and Privileged.
American Idol -- Kansas City, MO auditioner Andrew Lang, 19. Columbia, MO. CR: Michael Becker / FOX
NCIS: Broken Bird -- After Ducky (David McCallum, left, with Brian Dietzen, right) is stabbed at a crime scene, the team uncovers disturbing secrets from the good doctor's past on NCIS. Photo: Randy Tepper/CBS
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