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#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.24
Premieres This Week: Dancing With The Stars Monday on ABC, Castle Monday on ABC, Chopping Block Wednesday on NBC, and Kings Sunday on NBC.
"Castle" stars Nathan Fillion as a mystery novelist who discovers that a serial killer has started staging murders depicted in his books. He attempts to help an NYPD detective (Stana Katic) to find the killer. Just so you know, the series has already been cut from 13 episodes to 10 episodes.
"Chopping Block" is yet another chef show starring Marco Pierre White (from UK "Hell's Kitchen") in a Hell's Kitchen / Kitchen Nightmares hybrid.
"Kings" is a modern-day retelling of the stories surrounding the biblical King David. King Silas Benjamin (played by Deadwood's Ian McShane) seeks to protect his country Gilboa from war with neighboring Gath. A young soldier, David Shepherd, defies orders to travel behind to recover the king's son, Jack.
Silas Benjamin is obviously King Saul of the Tribe of Benjamin. His son Jack is Jonathan, Saul's son. David Shepherd is King David. Mount Gilboa is where Saul and Jonathan were killed in a fight against the Philistines. Gath was one of the five Philistine city-states, and the home city of Goliath. In the show, the capital of Gilboa is Shiloh, the city where the Philistines stole the Arc of the Covenant. Oh, and I think Goliath is a brand of tank in this version.
Other characters include Queen Rose Benjamin (Jonathan's mother Ahinoam?), Silas' daughter Michelle (probably Saul's daughter Michal), General Linus Abner, Reverend Ephram Samuels (the prophet Samuel?), and William Cross, Silas' brother in law.

Reruns this week: Gossip Girl, One Tree Hill, Scrubs, N.C.I.S., The Mentalist, Without A Trace, 90210, Lost, and My Name Is Earl. All those shows come back new next week except for 90210, which isn't new until March 31st.
* The Sunday night movie on The CW is Moonstruck (The W at Amazon).

ShowNetworkDateHHR18RAvgH%Avg18%
American Idol (TUE)FOXTue13.88.90%-7%
American Idol (WED)FOXWed13.17.8-8%-20%
American Idol (THU)FOXThu12.27.5
The Bachelor: After The Final RoseABCMon11.66.7
The BachelorABCMon10.15.449%38%
C.S.I.: Crime Scene InvestigationCBSThu12.85.311%4%
Two And A Half MenCBSMon9.34.92%-8%
LostABCWed6.34.9-1%3%
Desperate HousewivesABCSun8.74.7-12%-18%
Hell's KitchenFOXThu6.24.623%18%
The OfficeNBCThu5.24.55%2%
How I Met Your MotherCBSMon6.74.214%1%
The Bachelor: After The Final RoseABCTue7.44.0
Rules of EngagementCBSMon7.33.9
SurvivorCBSThu7.13.9-8%-7%
The Big Bang TheoryCBSMon6.73.910%3%
C.S.I. MiamiCBSMon8.63.8-6%-5%
30 RockNBCThu4.63.88%12%
Family GuyFOXSun4.23.7-18%-14%
Lie To MeFOXWed6.23.6-14%-21%
Brothers & SistersABCSun7.13.56%-1%
ERNBCThu5.83.52%6%
The Biggest LoserNBCTue5.63.510%6%
24FOXMon6.53.3-6%-16%
HeroesNBCMon4.53.3-8%-8%
Celebrity ApprenticeNBCSun4.83.1-13%-18%
Eleventh HourCBSThu7.93.04%-3%
Cold CaseCBSSun7.83.03%9%
The Amazing RaceCBSSun6.23.01%0%
Extreme Makeover: Home EditionABCSun6.13.0-5%-15%
The SimpsonsFOXSun3.42.8-23%-24%
Ghost WhispererCBSFri7.12.76%6%
American DadFOXSun3.12.7-21%-16%
MediumNBCMon4.62.5-16%-9%
The UnitCBSSun5.82.4-2%-4%
ChuckNBCMon4.02.40%-4%
King of the HillFOXSun2.82.4-28%-26%
60 MinutesCBSSun8.52.3-6%-13%
Numb3rsCBSFri6.42.33%5%
48 Hours MysteryCBSSat6.02.239%38%
SNL: CommercialsNBCSun3.72.2
My Name Is EarlNBCThu3.52.2-13%-15%
Life On MarsABCWed3.72.1-30%-15%
20/20ABCFri5.42.114%2%
FlashpointCBSFri6.12.0-2%-9%
America's Funniest Home VideosABCSun4.22.0-10%-7%
CopsFOXSat3.72.011%5%
America's Most WantedFOXSat3.62.04%11%
Ugly BettyABCThu4.41.8-21%-31%
Knight RiderNBCWed3.61.83%13%
Kath & KimNBCThu2.71.8-18%-18%
America's Next Top ModelCWWed2.61.8-2%-9%
Homeland Security USAABCTue3.91.65%-11%
DollhouseFOXFri2.21.5-18%-12%
Dateline NBC (FRI)NBCFri3.31.3-10%-13%
Wife SwapABCFri2.71.3-8%-16%
SNL: Game Show ParodiesNBCSun2.21.3
Howie Do ItNBCFri2.51.2-21%-14%
Friday Night LightsNBCFri2.21.2-13%-14%
Hole In The WallFOXSun1.71.2-26%-20%
Terminator: The Sarah Connor ChroniclesFOXFri1.91.1-41%-45%
ReaperCWTue1.60.9
CW Sunday Night MovieCWSun0.70.2-15%-56%
Jericho (rerun)CWSun0.50.2-17%-33%
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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.21
I'm surprized BIG BANG THEORY doesn't rate higher on the list; I find it to be incredibly brilliant and well scripted every week. I've been catching it since the beginning of this season, and I don't believe there's been a weak episode yet.



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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.02
I thought last week's was a bit subpar, but overall I agree with you. It's a darn good comedy, and Jim Parsons (Sheldon) is a riot.
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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.77
Ditto on The Big Bang Theory. I love the show, though I think Sheldon sometimes gets too much credit. He's fun to watch, but I think the real untapped stars are both Raj and Wolowitz.

What I am surprised about is Hell's Kitchen being rated so high (10th). It's a show that, IMO, has been played out the last couple of years. It also doesn't help that my friend and I both agree that Gordon Ramsay sometimes fixes the show to benefit the females, so he ends up screwing out some better quality contestants in the cause of kepping the beauties on the show.



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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.24
Big Bang Theory is one of the few shows I watch, so I'm very glad to see the ratings rise in the second season. I just finished watching the last episode, and producer Chuck Lorre's most recent vanity card floored me. Every episode of the last 3 TV shows he's produced (Dharma & Greg, Two And A Half Men, The Big Bang Theory) has a unique vanity card that you need to pause your recording or DVR to read. This was the text of Monday's Big Bang Theory. The later two anecdotes appear to be true, so I'm assuming all four of them are. What a strange life he's lead.
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