MONDAY-Only three new shows tonight, all of them airing at 8:00 PM EST: American Gladiators on NBC, Dance War: Bruno vs. Carrie Ann on ABC, and on The CW a 90-minute special called Gossip Girl: Revealed. If you get MyNetwork, there's a special about the Harlem Globetrotters as well. Then at 9:00 PM EST, you can watch the State of the Union address on ABC, CBS, FOX, or NBC.
TUESDAY-ABC has new episodes of Carpoolers and According to Jim, CBS has a new 48 Hours Mystery, The CW has a new One Tree Hill, FOX has new episodes of American Idol and House, and NBC has a new episode of The Biggest Loser.
WEDNESDAY-ABC has a new episode of Wifeswap, The CW has the finale of Crowned, FOX has new episodes of American Idol and Moment of Truth, and NBC airs a new episode of Law & Order.
THURSDAY-ABC has a night of all new program starting with Lost: Past, Present & Future, a special that will remind what's been happening on that kooky island, and is followed by the premieres of Lost and Eli Stone. The later is about a lawyer who decides to change his ways and start helping people after discovering he has an inoperable brain tumor. The CW has new episodes of Smallville and Supernatural, FOX has Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? and Don't Forget the Lyrics, and NBC has Celebrity Apprentice.
FRIDAY-ABC's got a new 20/20, The CW has Friday Night Smackdown!, and NBC is all new with 1 vs. 100, Friday Night Lights, and Las Vegas.
SATURDAY-ABC airs War of the Worlds, CBS has a new 48 Hours Mystery, I think The CW airs Drive (my local channel is airing Wisconsin vs. Minnesota Ice Hockey instead), while FOX has new episodes of Cops and America's Most Wanted. The Cops episodes are titled "Wild Chases", and "Stupid Behavior Special Edition" respectively, so that might be fun.
SUNDAY-FOX airs something called the Super Bowl? I'm not familiar with that. It is followed up by a new episode of House. ABC counters with Meet the Fockers. CBS airs a special CBS Report: Two Years with the Iowa National Guard, as well as a new 60 Minutes. The CW airs CW Now and Life Is Wild, as usual.
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