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TV Junkie: Wednesday
[The Junkie's been sick for a few days but we're back] LAist has some great coverage of the Project Runway finale tonight on BRAVO @ 10:00pm so I'm not even going to touch that. If you can't stand the fashion tension, you can always switch over to the L.A. County Board of Supervisors Meeting broadcast on KLCS and your tension will be released utterly.
If you follow the link you can see, there's plenty of 10:00pm options which is great when you have such a mega-finale and you don't want to watch up.
8:00pm Big Brother: 'Til Death Do You Part CBS - 2 Guests get the boot. We know that LA Times blog impressario Tony Pierce is avidly watching.
8:00pm America's Next Top Model CW - Elle Macpherson appears to give some advice.
8:00pm American Idol FOX - Down to 8, count 'em, female performers
10:00pm Project Runway BRAVO - Season Finale.
10:00pm Tyler Perry's House of Pain TBS - 2 new episodes back-to-back.
10:00pm High School Reunion TVLAND - Series Premiere. The producers of "The Bachelor" have decided to torment an 1980s alumni class of JJ Pearce High School by reuniting them for an airing of grievances. You'd have to be a masochist to participate in the show and an avid schadenfreude addict to watch it.
10/10:30 Head Case / Hollywood Residential STARZ - Christopher Lloyd sees the shrink / The design team hit up John Cho's (Harold & Kumar....etc.) house (see above)
10:00pm Smash Lab DISCOVERY - The team tests ways to stop out of control trucks.
10:30pm Reno 911 COMEDYCENTRAL - The Other Major Season Finale Event.
12:35am The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson CBS - Dennis Hopper, Yunjin Kim, Nicole Atkins
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