Dancing with the Stars continues...who will compete?
Another week is upon us and the fall TV season is finally being reflected in the cooler weather here in Southern California. Imagine that. I took advantage of the cool temperatures by sitting in front of the TV and watching more shows than ever this weekend!
Friday was the return of Numb3rs and again I was on the edge of my seat as Don was chased through the mountains by dangerous diamond thieves.
They introduced the new character, Niki, and she fit in seamlessly - sorry to say this but I didn't miss Megan until I just thought about it right now.
Saturday was a Primeval with a bit of a murder mystery twist and Saturday Night Live has pulled me back in thanks to the Tina Fey/Sarah Palin combo.
On Sunday, I tried to watch the new show Easy Money on The CW but couldn't get past the first ten minutes. It wants to be The Sopranos but it's not even close. I ended up switching over to a DVD of Robot Chicken so that oughta tell you something.
No worries about tonight with Dancing and Sarah Connor, I'm good to go.
Tonight On TV - Monday, October 6CBS has a night of new episodes beginning with Penny becoming an online gaming addict on The Big Bang Theory. Then, on How I Met your Mother, Stella breaks the news that she wants to permanently reside outside of the city, much to Ted's dismay.
Next, it's a humorous night of first for the guys of Two and a Half Men, followed by a new Worst Week. Then, on CSI: Miami, Delko's darkest secrets may be revealed after his therapist's daughter is murdered.
Celebrities jive and waltz their way into the next round on ABC's Dancing with the Stars. Then, Denny is arrested for concealed weapons charges after protecting himself and Jerry during an attempted robbery on a new Boston Legal.
The CW is re-airing episodes of Gossip Girl and Privileged.
Fox is all new with Derek and John infiltrating a military academy to protect a member of the resistance on Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, and Prison Break finds four of the escapees in Vegas on the hunt for the fifth card.
Chuck learns the art of seduction from Roan Montgomery (John Larroquette), so he may go undercover to confiscate an important device from the Black Widow on NBC's Chuck. Next, it's dark powers, villain hunting, investigating and impulse on a new Heroes. Then, on Life, an animal rights group may be to blame for the death of a research scientist who is found frozen solid.
Over on cableOn the first season finale of, I Want to Work for Diddy, a winner is chosen from the remaining contestants tonight on VH1, then it's the music awards show, Hip Hop Honors.
The Food Network will have you drooling with new episodes of How'd That Get On My Plate, Unwrapped and Diners, Drive Ins and Dives.
It's a night of Duggars on TLC with two new episodes of 17 Kids and Counting.
Check out the awe-inspiring home renovations on Design to Sell, My Big Amazing Renovation and Hidden Potential, all new on HGTV.
News and notableTVGuide is reporting that Misty May-Treanor was hurt last week and may not be able to continue on Dancing with the Stars.
Kevin Bacon is developing a series for Showtime about the brothers Booth, as in John Wilkes and company.
CBS's The Ex-List is teaming up with 1-800-FLOWERS for an Oct 16th promotion encouraging you to send flowers to your ex. (Oh, man, I see nothing but trouble at the end of that rope.)
Sundance has a cool new show called Man Shops Globe with Keith Johnson searching flea markets all over the world for neat stuff. (Nice work if you can get it.)
Photo Credit: I Heart N.J.: Tired of spending most of his time on the train commuting to Stella's in New Jersey, Ted convinces the group, Barney (Neil Patrick Harris), Lily (Alyson Hannigan) and Robin (Cobie Smulders) to hang out at Stella's place one night, on How I Met Your Mother airing October, 6 (8:30-9:00 PM, ET) on the CBS Television Network. Photo by: Eric McCandless/FOX