Tonight could be the last game of the NBA Finals, and apparently I’m one of only a few people in the Pajibaverse who is rooting for the Heat to pull this out. And I get it, I’ve said before that I think the whole “The Decision” bullshit was a dick move on LeBron’s part and it sucks for the people of Cleveland that their economic recovery plan up and changed teams but I’m still pulling for the Heat. They’re my team, I think they’re a blast to watch, and I think most of the complaints being leveled at the team have more to do with the NBA’s free agent policy than anything the players themselves have done (aside from above mentioned douchiness). That’s not to say I like everything about them; I think by and large they don’t play any harder than they have to, they’ve got some serious fourth quarter issues and LeBron seems to be collapsing under pressure and if he doesn’t get it together I’m pretty sure he’s gonna wake up one day after the series tied to a buoy while Wade and Bosh hang out on a boat a few yards away drinking beer and taunting him. Here’s your Sunday night TV:
7:00pm: “Jimmy Kimmel Live: Game Night” on ABC
“Dateline: NBC” on NBC
7:30pm: “NBA Countdown” on ABC
8:00pm: “NBA Finals, Game 6” on ABC
“Bert the Conquerer” on Travel
“The 65th Annual Tony Awards” on CBS
“Coal” on Spike TV
“Romance Novel Cakes” on Food Network. Those who watch this can likely look forward to having ripping bodices and heaving bosoms rendered in fondant. Reginald’s quivering member is, alas, likely not safe imagery for the family friendly Food Network.
“The Glee Project” on Oxygen
“Jerseylicious” on Style
“Mob Wives” on VH1
“Season 25: Oprah Behind the Scenes” on OWN
9:00pm: “Army Wives” on Lifetime. Fifth season finale.
“Audrina” on VH1
“Bridezillas” on WE. Eighth season premiere.
“Finding Sarah” on Series premiere.
“Game of Thones” on HBO
“The Glee Project” on Oxygen. This is listed as the series premiere, despite the fact that the exact same show is airing the hour previous. This just helps reinforce my conviction that nothing to do with Ryan Murphy makes all that much sense when you get right down to it.
“Ice Road Truckers” on History
“Law & Order: Criminal Intent” on USA
“Mancations” on Travel
“MTV2 Presents: Lil Wayne Unplugged” on MTV2
“My Strange Addiction” on TLC
“The Next Food Network Star” on Food Network
“The Real Housewives of Orange County” on Bravo
“Swamp Wars” on Animal Planet. Series premiere.
9:30pm: “Saddle Ranch” on VH1
10:00pm: “Amsale Girls” on WE. Series premiere.
“Freaky Eaters” on TLC
“The Glades” on A&E
“In Plain Sight” on USA
“Keeping Up with the Kardashians” on E. Sixth season premiere.
“The Killing” on AMC
“The Protector” on Lifetime. Series premiere.
“The Real Housewives of New Jersey” on Bravo
“The Real L Word” on Showtime
“Treme” on HBO
“Why Not? With Shania Twain” on OWN. First season finale.
10:30pm: “Ice Loves Coco” on E. Series premiere. I know it’s stupid, but there’s something incredibly endearing about these two. Also I’ve only ever seen still pictures of Coco’s legendary posterior and I’m a little curious as to how it operates in real life.
11:00pm: “Watch What Happens” on Bravo
11:45pm: “Aqua Teen Hunger Force” on Adult Swim
12:00am: “Superjail!” on Adult Swim. Second season finale.
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