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Too much stuff to watch tonight 2/19/03!

Old 02-19-03, 06:27 AM
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Too much stuff to watch tonight 2/19/03!

I've got on tap:

Ed
Enterprise
American Idol results
American Idol Best/Worst Auditions
Birds of Prey - 2 hours
The Bachelorette - 2 hours

It's insane! That's almost 8 hours just on one night!

for others, also include:

The West Wing
Star Search - new "season"
I'm a Celebrity... (okay, kidding on this one).
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Old 02-19-03, 08:01 AM
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You put West Wing as an also-ran?
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Old 02-19-03, 08:10 AM
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Old 02-19-03, 09:16 AM
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It's interesting to see how tastes vary. To me there's absolutely nothing to watch on Wednesday nights!
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Old 02-19-03, 09:18 AM
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I watch probably 12 hours of stuff on a typical Tuesday or Sunday night, so this is easy. Thankfully, Thursday is still a relative void, so I can catch up on things.

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Tues is my big night. Besides That 70's Show and West Wing, I don't care about much on Wed. Tues, on the other hand, has 24, NYPD Blue, Kingpin (over now), and The Shield. Thankfully, The Shield is rebroadcast at 11:00, so TIVO catches Kingpin and Blue at 10:00 and Shield at 11:00.
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Originally posted by renaldow
To me there's absolutely nothing to watch on Wednesday nights!
Originally posted by das Monkey
Thankfully, Thursday is still a relative void, so I can catch up on things.
I gotta agree with the Monkey on this one.
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Old 02-19-03, 09:41 AM
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The Maryland-Duke game gets my full attention tonight from 9-11. FEAR THE TURTLE!!! I'll probably check out some of the Memphis-Louisville game as well from 7-9.

Thankfully, I just bought a 2nd Replay-TV 10 days ago so I can cover almost every conflict.

I'll be recording:
Enterprise
That 70s Show
West Wing
The Bachelorette (2nd hour only, I watch the 1st hour live while flipping to the Memphis/Louisville game)
Law & Order
South Park


Thursday is CBS night for me - probably the best 3 hour block on television right now.
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Old 02-19-03, 09:50 AM
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• Quoth Red Dog •
Thursday is CBS night for me - probably the best 3 hour block on television right now.



I'll take the Ed, The West Wing, Law & Order block for 1000 please, Alex. I love Without a Trace (probably the season's best new drama), but Survivor is simply a guilty pleasure, and my feelings on CSI are well-documented.

Another contender would be American Dreams, Criminal Intent, Boomtown (now that Kingpin is over).

I do agree, though ... CBS' lineup is what keeps Thursdays from being a complete waste. I also have to check in on The Surreal Life and JKX too. And Scrubs whenever NBC isn't wasting our time with "A Very Special Super-Sized Friends Must-See Television Event."

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Originally posted by das Monkey
• Quoth Red Dog •
Thursday is CBS night for me - probably the best 3 hour block on television right now.



I'll take the Ed, The West Wing, Law & Order block for 1000 please, Alex. I love Without a Trace (probably the season's best new drama), but Survivor is simply a guilty pleasure, and my feelings on CSI are well-documented.

Another contender would be American Dreams, Criminal Intent, Boomtown (now that Kingpin is over).

I do agree, though ... CBS' lineup is what keeps Thursdays from being a complete waste. I also have to check in on The Surreal Life and JKX too.

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That Sunday NBC block would be the winner if it was the original L&O or SVU instead of Criminal Intent. I cannot stand Criminal Intent and I am a huge Law & Order fan. The main character is utterly unbelieveable - I can't wait for the inevitable cross-over episode and Briscoe's reaction to this guy.
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No one lists 60 Minutes...truly sad.
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Old 02-19-03, 10:24 AM
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My Thursdays are filled with 3 hours each on CBS and NBC. I watch Survivor/CSI/ER in real time in HDTV Baybee! Then I watch the other Thursday night shows later (and was watching a bit of High School Reunion and The Surreal Life). Now added to the mix is Are You Hot?

Tuesday are killing me now that AI showed up, and so did Kingpin (thankfully it's over for now) because I had on tap:

Gilmore Girls
Smallville
Buffy
AI
24
The Real World
Kingpin

And I'm at Frankies for Team Trivia, so I get home after 10:30 and only watch 3 shows before I hit the sack.
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Originally posted by Zinger
...truly sad.
60 minutes? I agree.
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Old 02-19-03, 11:20 AM
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I've got to add in Twilight Zone in, at least for this week. Tonight is sequel to one of my favorite classic episodes, and then a remake of another classic favorite.
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Old 02-19-03, 11:22 AM
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Originally posted by Tom Banjo
I've got to add in Twilight Zone in, at least for this week. Tonight is sequel to one of my favorite classic episodes, and then a remake of another classic favorite.
I'm looking forward to this as well. (didn't get a great review from Entertainment Weekly though: C+)
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Originally posted by das Monkey
I watch probably 12 hours of stuff on a typical Tuesday or Sunday night, so this is easy. Thankfully, Thursday is still a relative void, so I can catch up on things.

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Tuedays and Sundays are my biggest nights as well:

Sunday
Simpsons
Alias
OZ/Six feet Under
Boomtown
Dead Zone

Tuesday
Buffy
24
Smallville
The Shield
Real World
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Old 02-19-03, 02:25 PM
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I've got 2 Replay TVs, and 2 active VCRs and it's still tough to keep with it all. I'm contemplating adding one more Replay TV into the mix.
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Old 02-19-03, 02:30 PM
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ONLY ONE for me tonight:

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Old 02-19-03, 04:26 PM
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Dawson's Creek is not on tonight, Birds of Prey (2 hours) will be in its timeslot (and Angel's).
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Old 02-19-03, 04:31 PM
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Originally posted by Patman
Dawson's Creek is not on tonight, Birds of Prey (2 hours) will be in its timeslot (and Angel's).
Woohoo, a free night!! No need to tape anything while at the gym.
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Old 02-19-03, 04:59 PM
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Originally posted by Patman
Dawson's Creek is not on tonight, Birds of Prey (2 hours) will be in its timeslot (and Angel's).
Same thing happens again next week when they air a made for TV Lone Ranger movie.
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