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TV Junkie: Thursday
So here we are on Thursday again and 9:00 p.m. ABC is the only logical choice -- Lost. With some exceptions for viewing options during late-night, like celebrity rehab with Dr. Drew and the Late-Late Show with Craig Ferguson (all other late-night options are reruns), we're left with only one choice. The fact that Lost is the only show during prime time worth watching on Thhursday nights while there are literally hundreds of other channels for digital cabel subscribers, is less of a triumph and more of a sad fact. While this is probably one of the best shows on television, if you're not a fan, you're going to have your TV on just for background noise or it will just be dark.
9:00pm Lost ABC -- It's all about Juliet and stopping the island's new visitors.
12:35 a.m. Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson -- Wanda Sykes, Saffron Burrows and musical guests Grizzly Bear.
10:30pm LA Ink TLC -- Kat returns after a health scare.
10:30pm Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares BBC -- Ramsay revisits a restaurant in Spain one year later. Yeah, it's probably a mess once again.
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