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TV Junkie: Tuesday Night Picks
Will we be able to survive the onslaught of new shows and season premieres tonight? Will you succumb to the hype of Cane? I've been hearing about that one since the beginning of the year. Reaper, on the CW, is directed by Kevin Smith of Clerks fame. But for quality I'm probably going to have to stick with Damages, at 10pm on FX, since I haven't missed an episode yet and won't miss this one. If you still are interested in PBS' The War, be aware that it re-airs later on at night or very early in the morning.
8:00pm NCIS CBS - Season Premiere.
8:00pm Bones FOX - Season Premiere.
9:00pm The Unit CBS - Part 1 of Season Premiere.
9:00pm The War PBS - Part III
9:00pm Reaper CW - Series premiere.
9:00pm House FOX - Season Premiere.
9:30pm Boston Legal ABC - Season Premiere.
10:00pm Cane CBS - Series Premiere.
10:00pm Damages FX - I dunno, this could still be the best thing on TV tonight.
12:05am Jimmy Kimmel LIVE ABC - Dylan McDermott, Tom Bergeron, Sea Wolf performs
12:35am Late Night With Conan O'Brien NBC - Jamie Foxx, Heather Graham(!), Mike Birbiglia
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