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If Loving "Top Chef" and "Glee" Makes Me Gay, I Don't Want to Be Straight

By Dustin Rowles | Miscellaneous | September 16, 2009 |

By Dustin Rowles | Miscellaneous | September 16, 2009 |

It’s a decent night for TV folks. At least decent enough to keep that nose of yours out of a book. Here are the highlights:


— “American’s Got Talent,” the two-hour season finale on NBC. Thank God a show I’ve never watched is finally over. I hated that it existed.

— “Full Color Football: The History of the American Football League” debuts on Showtime. If anyone catches it, let me know if it’s worth a review. This is the first I’ve heard of it.

— “So You Think You Can Dance,” has its second audition episode on Fox. I tried to get into this show out of love for Angelina/Beckyloo, but it just didn’t take.

— “Wipeout,” second season finale. A fun show for about two weeks during the middle of the summer. The novelty wore off fairly quickly.


— “Glee” on Fox. Giddyup. This may be the only show on television that appeals just as much to the Pajiba crowd as it does the “American Idol” crowd. I have no idea how they’re going to maintain its awesomeness, but I’m going to enjoy it while i can.

— “Gordon Ramsey’s The F Word,” on BBC America. It’s Ramsey’s worst British show, but it’s still better than his American shows.

— “Man vs. Wild,” on the Travel Channel. Not a fan, myself, but I know some of you got a lot of love for Bear.

— “Crash Course” is on ABC. I’ve never heard of it, but Dan Cortese is one of the hosts, which is reason enough never to watch.


Dark Blue,” season finale on TNT. Not a good show.

The Jay Leno Show” features guest Robin Williams. Wow. Jerry Seinfeld. Tom Cruise. And now Robin Williams? It’s apparently ’90s week on Leno.

“Top Chef” is on over on Bravo! Anybody got any favorites yet? I dig the dynamic between the brothers, but right now, Kevin is my favorite.

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