According to Jim finale with James Lipton
The Andromeda Strain concludes and Housewives lost footage is found.
We're baaaack. Boy, all it takes is one little holiday and your whole schedule goes kaput! Let's get back on track, it may be post-season but there are still plenty of good things to watch on TV.
For example, did you catch the first part of A&E's "Andromeda Strain." The second part airs tonight and it's terrific. Very tense and I love Benjamin Bratt. If you missed the first part, check around on A&E for when it will re-air.
Also, last night was the premiere of "Living Lohan" on E! I hate to admit it, but I'm hooked. The one I feel for is the little brother who looks like he'd rather not have two famous sisters. Check E! for reruns if you missed it.
Tonight on TV
ABC leads off with the Season Finale of "According to Jim," with guest James Lipton. This is followed by double reruns of "Samantha Who?" and a "Boston Legal."
FOX is all new tonight with "Moment of Truth" and "Hell's Kitchen."
CBS goes for the drama with reruns of "NCIS," "The Unit," and a new "48 Hours: Polygamy."
NBC wastes the night with two episodes of "Most Outrageous Moments" followed by two "Law & Order: SVU" repeats.
The CW is also in repeat mode with "Beauty and the Geek" and "Reaper."
Over on cable
Catch part two of A&E's "Andromeda Strain" at 9:00. Also at 9:00 is "Real Housewives of New York City: The Lost Footage" on Bravo. At 8:30, BBCAmerica unwraps a new relationship sitcom called "Not Going Out," and at 10:30 it's a new "Deion & Pilar: Prime Time Love" on Oxygen.
News and notable
--- Kelsey Grammer has signed on for a new ABC comedy called "Roman Empire."
--- "Six Feet Under" creator, Alan Ball, is working on a US version of the UK prison drama "Bad Girls." "Supernatural" scribe Raelle Tucker is working on the script.
--- Tucker and Ball's vampire series "True Blood" seems to be behind a series of cryptic "red seal" letters and emails that have been popping up around the Internet. The viral marketing campaign challenges fans to decode text written in dead languages and worm their way past "The Gatekeeper," a goth cam girl with little patience for nerds.
--- "General Hospital: Night Shift" has been renewed for a second season on SoapNet.
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