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TV Junkie: Please Write In To Support 'Terriers'; Find Out More About 'Conan'

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In tonight's excellent episode of "Terriers" (FX @ 10pm) we take a trip to the past to find out how and why Hank was kicked off the police force. Please write in to user@fxnetworks.com to let them know you want another season of this great show.


In tonight's excellent episode of "Terriers" (FX @ 10pm) we take a trip to the past to find out how and why Hank was kicked off the police force. Please write in to user@fxnetworks.com to let them know you want another season of this great show.
Dear "Terriers" fans, it's time for some action. If you like the show, it's time for you to send a message to FX that you'd like to see the series return for a second season. Please send an email stating your support for "Terriers" to user@fxnetworks.com - just take 10 seconds and do it now, you'll feel better for doing it. Another excellent episode of "Terriers" airs at 10pm tonight in which we travel to the past to see what it was, exactly, that got Hank canned from the police force.
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When we wrote about TBS' launch of "Conan" last week, we mentioned New York Times writer Bill Carter's book The War for Late Night: When Leno Went Early and Television Went Crazy. Carter was interviewed today from 2:30pm-3pm on KCRW by our favorite interviewer, Elvis Mitchell, on "The Treatment". Hopefully the podcast of the interview will be up immediately on "The Treatment" website. Carter himself is a great source of information on late night TV but look to Mitchell to get into some compelling discussions with him.

How do you think "Conan" is going? It was never our impression that O'Brien was going to remake television as we know it, we just wanted him back on TV. If "Conan" isn't what you were expecting, what were you expecting? What could he do better? How does "Conan" rank, in terms of content and performance, compared to: Leno, Letterman, Ferguson, and Fallon?

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We've got lots of crazy vid promos for you, from the season finale of "Ugly Americans" (above) to MTV's "The Vice Guide To Everything" (premieres December 6), Comedy Central's "Futurama" holiday special (premieres November 21), and Investigation Discovery's "Hookers: Saved on the Strip" (premieres December 8), all below there's plenty of funny and bizarre programming heading our way.
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The TV Junkie Must-Watch Plan: "Modern Family", "Terriers", "Conan", Fallon (Amanda Peet, Peter Krause, be sure to turn the TV off before Rascal Flatts comes on)

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9:00pm Modern Family ABC - Manny experiences a minicrisis over getting older; Phil and Claire engage in a car race on the way to a restaurant; Mitch and Cam go to the mall to pick up a gift for Manny's birthday.

9:00pm MythBusters Discovery - Jaime and Adam put the pedal to the metal, backwards; turfing surfboards.

9:30pm Circus PBS/KCET - The circus's founder and artistic director scout new talent in Monte Carlo, as the performers put on two shows a day in the U.S.; the cast performs its final shows.

10:00pm Terriers FX - Sins of the Past Hank gets a second shot at the case that got him ejected from the police department in a mystery spanning multiple time periods.

10:00pm Psych USA - While on a haunted house ride, Shawn and Gus witness a murder they believe was committed by a ghost.

10:00pm Law & Order: Los Angeles NBC - When a maintenance worker is stabbed to death, the detectives suspect it is the work of gang bangers that the victim encountered earlier in the day.

10:00pm South Park Comedy Central - Randy's obsession with the Food Network forces Sharon to explore a new interest of her own

10:00pm Storm Chasers Discovery - South Dakota's storm season leaves the team with no time for drama.

10:00pm Safety Last TCM - (1923) A country boy (Harold Lloyd) comes to the city and ends up hanging from a big clock on a tall building. Silent.

10:30pm Ugly Americans Comedy Central - Season Finale. Mark adopts a baby Man-Bird that was separated from its flock, while Grimes tries to settle a blood-feud with their champion.

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11:00pm Conan TBS - Author Susan Casey; actor Russell Brand; Kid Rock performs.

11:00pm Chelsea Lately E! - Talk show host Tom Bergeron.

11:35pm Late Show With David Letterman CBS - Actor Jake Gyllenhaal; author Fran Lebowitz; Ne-Yo performs.

12:00am Lopez Tonight TBS - Actress Nina Dobrev; Jabbawokeez performs.

12:35am Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC - Actress Amanda Peet; actor Peter Krause; Rascal Flatts perform.

12:35am The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson CBS - Actor Russell Crowe; Dr. Lisa Masterson.

MTV & Vice Magazine team up to bring you "The Vice Guide To Everything" on December 6 at 11pm:

The Vice Guide to Everything - MTV Shows
"Futurama" Holiday Spectacular debuts on Sunday, November 21, at 10pm on Comedy Central:

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Preview - Petroleum Oil Wrestling
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Ugly AmericansNick Swardson's Pretend TimeThe Benson Interruption

"Hookers: Saved on the Strip" premieres at 10pm on December 8 on Investigation Discovery: