THE WEEK IN TV Monday: The Bachelorette and Here Come The Newlyweds on ABC; I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here! and Dateline NBC on NBC.
Tuesday: The Superstars (premiere), Better Off Ted, and Primetime: Family Secrets (premiere) on ABC; Hitched or Ditched on The CW (repeated on Wednesday); Mental on FOX; I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here! and America's Got Talent (premiere) on NBC.
Wednesday: Wipeout (repeat on Saturday), I Survived A Japanese Game Show and Primetime: Questions for the President (finale) on ABC; So You Think You Can Dance on FOX; I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here!, America's Got Talent and The Philanthropist (premiere) on NBC.
Thursday: Samantha Who? (back from hiatus) and In The Motherhood (back from hiatus) on ABC; So You Think You Can Dance on FOX; The Listener on NBC.
Friday: Surviving Suburbia, The Goode Family and 20/20 on ABC; The Chopping Block and Dateline NBC on NBC.
EDIT: I forgot to mention the movie on FOX on Friday. It's called Virtuality, and I'm told it's also a back-door pilot. In other words, if it does well, it will become a regular series. Just like the new Knight Rider did. If you read this, give it a quote so that other people know.
Saturday: Eli Stone on ABC; Harper's Island on CBS; America's Most Wanted on FOX; and Kings on NBC.
Sunday: Just For Laughs and part 2 of made-for-TV-movie Impact on ABC; 60 Minutes on CBS; Larger Than Life (1996) (The W at Amazon) (Bill Murray + an elephant) on The CW; and Merlin on NBC.
I just started watching and breezed through most of the series mainly for the fast forward button on Skylar scenes. The real question is if Hank confronts Walt will he deny it or just point out the fact it was the meth money that got him to walk again.