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TV Junkie: Tuesday
OK so the PBS examination of the Haditha massacre is going to be pretty heavy duty tonight, there's a couple options for lighter fare, and of course the season finale of Nip/Tuck will be the pornographic prime time finish.
8:00pm American Idol FOX - The 12 remaining male contestants perform.
8:00pm Tour of California: Stage 2 From Santa Rosa to Sacramento VERSUS - Fabian Cancellara is in the lead by 2 seconds, American Levi Leipheimer is in 4th by just 6 seconds.
9:00pm Frontline: Rules of Engagement PBS/KCET - An examination of the incident in the Iraqi city of Haditha that resulted in the deaths of 24 civilians at the hands of US Marines "just following orders". TV Junkie 9:00pm Pick
9:00pm Samson and Delilah TCM - Can you take a big ol' Cecil B. DeMille epic? Starring Victor Mature and Hedy Lamarr, also the fantastically suave George Sanders and Angela Lansbury.
9:00pm Last Restaurant Standing BBCA - The remaining 8 couples have to add cocktails and desserts to their menus.
10:00pm Jericho CBS - Anybody out there enjoying the return of this show? A new president pays a visit to town.
10:00pm Nip/Tuck FX - Season Finale.
11:30pm The Late Show With David Letterman CBS - Randy Jackson, Saffron Burroughs, Ray Davies!!
Photo of bloody Haditha house interior by anonymous Iraqi photographer
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