It's a very music-centric week on TV — Starbuck is taking advice from a piano player, Echo is a back up singer and I've got fingers crossed for a Lost musical episode, starring Jeremy Behtham.
Chuck - Chuck uses his spy knowledge to help Morgan spy on Anna — nope, not creepy at all. But more importantly, Jeff and Lester try and get their band Jeffster going this episode. Chuck is on NBC at 8 PM.
Kyle XY - Kyle recreates the movie where that hot girl is told she's ugly until she takes off her glasses, but with his super-clone Jessi playing the role of Rachael Leigh Cook. Kyle XY is on ABC Family at 9 PM.
Kyle XY Clip
Kyle XY Clip
Kyle XY Clip
Kyle XY Clip
Heroes - Finally, let's shake up Noah's brain and get some freakin' answers. This week's episode lets Matt dig around Noah's noggin to find out what makes him tick. Heroes is on NBC at 9 PM.
One Way Out - So if vampires can do it, what about people? A host tries to get out of a coffin on this new Discovery Channel program, One Way Out, at 9 PM.
There is an all day Twilight Zone marathon from 8 AM until 3:30 PM on the Sci Fi Channel.
No new Fringe this week.
No new Knight Rider.
Lost - This week on Lost, it's all Locke, all the time. "The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham" will show you what happened before Locke ended up in that pine box, on ABC at 9 PM.
Lost Canadian Promo:
UFO Hunters - The sneaky alien hunters sneak into Area 51, but will they live to tell the tale? And is there really anything there to get excited about any more, honestly? Find out on the History Channel, at 10 PM.
UFO Hunters Promo
Life On Mars - Newspaper reporters are under attack in Sam's 1970s world. But the strange thing is, Sam actually remembers this guy — which is impossible because he time-traveled back there in his brain from the 00s. Sounds like they've got a classic Highlander case. LOM is on ABC at 10 PM.
Cozy up with a half-dead race and Vin's bald noggin, because Chronicles of Riddick is on TBS at 10 AM.
No new Smallville.
No new Supernatural.
Eleventh Hour - Arch your eyebrows, Hood — it's time for an investigation. This week on 30 people are struck by lightning within a 10 minute period. Clearly, they didn't pay attention on school safety day. Find out "what it all means" on CBS at 10 PM.
TBS is having a fantastic genre movie day today at 1 AM, with King Kong, followed by Aeon Flux a 3:40 AM, and Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle Of Life at 10 AM
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles - Sarah continues to go cray cray, but this time in her dreams, as she visits a sleep clinic for some valium and validation. T:SCC is on Fox at 8 PM.
Batman: The Brave And The Bold - Bruce trades the bat for the bird this week when he goes undercover as the evil Owl Man, on Cartoon Network at 8 PM.
Batman: The Brave And The Bold Clip:
Star Wars: Clone Wars - There's a "Storm Over Ryloth" and Ahoska and Anakin are in deep, deep trouble, again, on the Cartoon Network at 9 PM.
Star Wars: Clone Wars Clip:
Dollhouse - Echo is a secret service-type agent for a pop star, going undercover as a back up singer. If this means she's going to sing, I'm out. But I do like how they teach her how to dance, "it goes boom, pop and seven and eight." Oooh, the music biz is so zany. Dollhouse's third episode is on Fox at 9 PM.
Battlestar Galactica - This week, Starbuck gets some attention from the piano player because... shit, why not? Hopefully this piano-playing fella can answer a few questions about that whole her-finding-her-own-dead-body issue. Oh, and raise your hand if you thought this promo was a HUGE spoiler for Boomer's plot line. BSG is on the Sci Fi Channel at 10 PM.
Movies: The sequel to House on Haunted Hill is on AMC at 12 AM and follows the sister of one poor survivor who is coaxed back inside the evil dwelling.
You've got a Stephen King marathon all day on the Sci Fi Channel, starting with Sometimes They Come Back Again (both parts) at 10 AM, followed by the Storm Of The Century series and Desperation.
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