Yesterday’s post featuring a picture of Prince William, the always lovely Kate Middleton, and a fetching hat got me a lot more comments that I usually get on these posts so I’m curious to know what did it; Wills, the future Princess Shinyhair, or the hat? Even though I’m not in a tizzy about the royal wedding (April 29th is also my last day of classes and the day my not quite a thesis is due so I’m more focusing on that than the wedding of two people I don’t and likely will never know) I’m not above using underhanded tactics to bring more attention to my column because I have useful information for you! Kind of. Let me know what you want to see in your Pajiba After Dark header picture and I’ll do my best to make it happen. Here’s your Tuesday night TV:
7:00pm: “NBA Playoffs: New York at Boston, Game 2” on TNT
7:30pm: “NBA Playoffs: Atlanta at Orlando, Game 2” on NBA TV
8:00pm: “The Biggest Loser” on NBC
“Glee” on Fox. Hey! This is back! I’d actually sort of forgotten it was on hiatus rather than just done for the season. Whoops.
“Jaime Oliver’s Food Revolution” on ABC
“One Tree Hill” on The CW
“Black in Latin America” on PBS
9:00pm: “Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern” on Travel
“Dancing with the Stars” on ABC
“Deadliest Catch” on Discovery
“Destination Truth” on SyFy. Fourth season finale. The episode title is “Ghosts of Antarctica” which seems kind of dumb because if I was in Antarctica and a ghost showed up that would be, like, the least of my concerns somewhere far far below frostbite, dying of exposure, running out of food, having someone else in the compound go crazy, ending up with a medical condition requiring immediate hospitalization, and civilization as we know it ending while I was there so there would be no way for me to ever leave. Actually, the ghost would probably make for good company. And if they’d died in Antarctica (which seems like a prerequisite for being a ghost in Antarctica but I don’t like to make assumptions about supernatural beings) they would probably be full of helpful advice. Like “stay the fuck out of Antarctica.”
“Frontline” on PBS
“Hellcats” on The CW. Zombie episode! Though I’m pretty certain The CW vastly overestimates the overlap between fans of series centered around college cheerleading squads and fans of the zombie genre.
“Only in America with Larry the Cable Guy” on History
“Raising Hope” on Fox
9:30pm: “NBA Playoffs: Portland at Dallas, Game 2” on TNT
“Traffic Light” on Fox
10:00pm: “16 and Pregnant” on MTV. Third season premiere.
“Addicted to Food” on OWN
“All on the Line: Gemma Kahng” on Sundance
“Auction Hunters” on Spike TV
“Royally Mad, Part 2” on BBCA
“Hogs Gone Wild” on Discovery.
“Independent Lens” on PBS
“Marcel’s Quantum Kitchen” on SyFy
“Parenthood” on NBC. Second season finale.
“Pregnant in Heels” on Bravo
“Top Shot” on History
“Body of Proof” on ABC
10:30pm: “Sports Show with Norm MacDonald” on Comedy Central
Late Night Listings
“Jimmy Kimmel Live” on ABC featuring Dwayne Johnson, the latest “Dancing with the Stars” castoff, Sammy Hagar, and the Belle Brigade
“The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson” on CBS featuring Kathy Griffin and Derrick Pitts
“Chelsea Lately” on E featuring Simon LeBon & Nick Rhodes, Ben Gleib, Brad Wollack, and Jo Koy
“Conan” on TBS featuring Tina Fey, Dr.Sanjay Gupta, and Plan B
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