Dance, Last Comic and Fear Itself
There's more to fear than "Fear Itself," it's eliminaton time on "So You Think You Can Dance."
I was in tears last night first from yet another moving dance on "So You Think You Can Dance," (Read more about that later today in my recap post.) and secondly from "Mobile Home Disasters."
Go ahead and laugh, but it's true. I'm totally hooked on this reality renovation show on CMT. It's like "Home Makeover" meets "Blue Collar TV." The host, Cap, is a riot and a half and the carpenters are hunky so that's good news all around. The show picks out families who are living in rundown trailers and gives them an sorely needed upgrade. Frankly, after watching a woman whine about costs on her bazillion dollar home remodel on "Flipping Out," "Mobile Home Disasters" is a breath of fresh air. It's on a dozen times a week with new episodes every Wednesday night on CMT.
Now let's down to tonight's TV viewing.
Tonight on TV
There are a few new shows for your viewing pleasure.
FOX is all new with "Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader" and the "So You Think You Can Dance" results show.
NBC is looking good with a rerun of "The Office" and then new episodes of "Last Comic Standing" and "Fear Itself."
ABC is going with all reruns, "Ugly Betty" and a double dose of "Grey's Anatomy."
CBS has "How I Met Your Mother," "Rules of Engagement," "CSI" and a new "Swingtown."
The CW has "Smallville" and a fabulous fairy tale episode of "Supernatural."
Over on cable
Dana Carvey has a new comedy special at 10:00 on HBO. MTV has the "Dance Crew" taking the stage at 10:00 as well.
Style has "How Do I Look" at 8:00, TBS goes with new episodes of "The Bill Engvall Show" and "My Boys" at 9:00 and Sundance is "Live From Abbey Road" with Mary J. Blige at 10:00.
News and notable
Reality TV guru Mark Burnett and "Two and a Half Men" co-creator Chuck Lorre are getting stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
"Sunset Tan" will return for a season 2 on E! starting in August.
Janet Jackson will be taking to the streets to find the next. . well. . her, in a new series for MTV.
"That '70s Show" actor Wilmer Valderrama has been tapped to star in the hour-long comedy pilot "The Emancipation of Ernesto."
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