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TV Junkie: Big Wednesday
I dunno what's up but the 10:00pm and late night slots seem to have a lot going on. Lewis Black has a new show with a new format on Comedy Central tonight and he's on Letterman as well, kudos to Lewis!
8:00pm Big Brother: 'Til Death Do You Part CBS - For you Tony. Guess what? A guest is sent home.
10:00pm South Park COMEDYCENTRAL - Season Premiere.
10:00pm Head Case STARZ - Season Finale. Rosanna Arquette gets therapy after breaking up with her beau
10:00pm High School Reunion TVLAND - Watch others self-abuse, if only it was masturbation.
10:00pm Top Chef BRAVO - Season Premiere.
10:30pm Lewis Black: Root of All Evil COMEDYCENTRAL - Series Premiere.. Oprah vs. the Catholic Church. TV Junkie Pick O' the Night.
10:30pm Hollywood Residential STARZ - Season Finale. Beverly D'Angelo has the hots for Tony, cougar on the prowl.
11:30pm The Late Late Show With David Letterman CBS - Charlize Theron, Lewis Black, British Sea Power performs
11:35pm The Tonight Show With Jay Leno NBC - Bill Cosby, Novak Djokovic, Gavin DeGraw
12:35am Late Night With Conan O'Brien NBC - Snoop Dogg!!
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