Sorry this wasn't here yesterday. I had no electricity in my house.
THIS WEEK IN TV Monday-ABC has The Bachelorette along with the premiere of Dating In The Dark. Since that was last night, I can tell you that Dating In The Dark did better than Here Come The Newlyweds did in the same timeslot. NBC has Great American Road Trip and the premiere of The Wanted. The Wanted did not do well. Tuesday-ABC has The Superstars, Better Off Ted, and Primetime: Family Secrets. CBS has Big Brother. FOX has the 6th season premiere of Hell's Kitchen. NBC has America's Got Talent. Wednesday-The President would like to talk to you, and ABC, CBS, and NBC are going to give him that opportunity at 8 Eastern/7 Central. ABC follows that with Wipeout and I Survived A Japanese Game Show. FOX is airing So You Think You Can Dance opposite of the President's talk. NBC has new episodes of America's Got Talent and The Philanthropist. Thursday-ABC has the last two episodes of Samantha Who?. CBS has Big Brother. FOX has So You Think You Can Dance. NBC has The Listener. Friday-ABC has new episodes of Surviving Suburbia, The Goode Family, and a special 20/20 called "Over A Barrel: The Truth About Oil. FOX has Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader? and Mental. NBC has the finale of The Chopping Block, along with Dateline NBC. Saturday-Another new Dirty Sexy Money on ABC. FOX has the 21st season finale of Cops along with a new America's Most Wanted. The finale of Kings is on NBC. Sunday-CBS has new episodes of 60 Minutes and Big Brother 11. There's a new Easy Money along with The Cutting Edge 3: Chasing The Dream (The W at Amazon). FOX airs Zoom, which I somehow missed when it came out. NBC has Dateline NBC, Merlin and part 1 of mini-series The Storm: James Van Der Beek is a doctor who needs to stop a billionaire's weather machine.
I will be taping this show. Jason Bonham came off as a true professional and Evan Seinfeld seems just as bad as his character from Oz. It was funny when he described Sebastian as being "like a gazelle."