- At 8, PBS has a new NOW, then a new Washington Week.
- FOX has the two-hour special TV's Funniest Moments at 8.
- The CW has a new Smackdown! at 8.
- Also at 8: Sci-Fi has a new Stargate SG-1, then new episodes of Stargate Atlantis and Painkiller Jane.
- At 9, ABC has a new National Bingo Night.
- TLC has a new What Not To Wear at 9.
- Food Network has a new Paula's Party at 9.
- WE has a new Wife, Mom, Bounty Hunter at 9.
- There's a new thriller on Hallmark at 9, Pandemic, with Vincent Spano and Tiffany Thiessen as a sexy epidemiologist.
- At 10, A&E has a new Intervention.
Check your local TV listings for more.
The 12-year-old actor may not have been featured in many TV series since he began acting four years ago but he sure knows how to portray his Betty character.
(S01E12) Now THAT'S how you play Big Brother. If the evicted were vaporized instead of allowed to come back during 'All-Star' challenges I would certainly tune in on a weekly basis. Alas, the current producers of the show, both in America and the UK, probably have no intentions of implementing any type of vaporizing beam on the housemates. Well, one can dream, can't they?
We're back on Satellite 5, except 100 years later than the last time we were there during The Long Game. It's not the hub of the galaxy's news anymore; now it's the Game Station and its contestants don't play the games voluntarily. This is where our story begins as The Doctor (Christopher Eccleston), Rose (Billie Piper) and Captain Jack (John Barrowman) get split up into three different game shows. Rose gets stuck on an episode of The Weakest Link where the loser gets disintigrated; Jack lands on an episode of What Not to Wear featuring two androids (who look a bit like large Lego people with breasts) who want to put a duck head on the good Captain and attach his legs onto his chest ; and The Doctor makes it into the Big Brother house (one of sixty on the Game Station) where those evicted get turned into a fine powder.
So, needless to say, our heroes want out.