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TV Junkie: Give Fallon Time; Models vs. 'Lost' & 'Damages'

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More Lost tonight

More Lost tonight
Critics are being rather forgiving of Jimmy Fallon's (only slightly shaky IMHO) "Late Night" debut: they brought out DeNiro who is always a tough interview and Fallon kind of made it work, and Timberlake kind of saved the first show - not sure why they had Van Morrison on, are they trying to reclaim the age 55-and-up demographic?Fallon deserves time to adjust. He's already proven that he's a good interviewer, but the opening monologues and sketches have been painful and that is where the most adjustment will be required. We hope to see the show be a venue for great comedy writing and guests.

Tonight prepare to be assaulted by models on The CW and Bravo or by more mindgames on "Lost" and "Damages". Choose your poison. Late night options are hot, check them out after the jump.

The TV Junkie Plan: "Lost", "Damages", Leno, Fallon

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8:00pm America's Next Top Model The CW - Season Premiere

8:00pm American Idol FOX - Three finalists are chosen.

8:00pm Knight Rider NBC - Season Finale

9:00pm Ghost Hunters International Sci Fi - Season Finale

9:00pm Lie to Me FOX - Torres and Lightman question a former gang leader who claims to be rehabilitated

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9:00pm Lost ABC - Sawyer concocts a lie with some of the other island survivors in an attempt to protect themselves from mistakes of the past.

10:00pm Damages FX - As Patty goes on the offensive against the FBI, Ellen discovers troubling news about the investigation

10:00pm Make Me a Supermodel Bravo - Season Premiere

10:00pm Tyler Perry's House of Payne TBS - Malik asks Alex out on a date, but their parents insist that they be supervised; Janine's parents visit to see the new twins.

10:30pm Important Things With Demetri Martin Comedy Central - Demetri Martin explores the topic of chairs.

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11:35pm Late Show With David Letterman CBS - TV show host Phil McGraw; U2 performs.

11:35pm The Tonight Show With Jay Leno NBC - Actor Russell Brand; chef Gordon Ramsay; Neko Case performs.

12:35am The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson CBS - Archbishop Desmond Tutu.

12:35am Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC - Actress Cameron Diaz; actor Billy Crudup; Clap Your Hands Say Yeah perform.