What TV shows we should watch tonight
NBC makes a lot of crappy TV but it looks like they have a winner in Revolution. In the sports world, Monday Night Football and the MLB playoff race should keep you occupied. Here’s what you need to watch.
How I Met Your Mother @ 8pm, CBS: Spoiler you guys, you don’t find out who Ted’s wife is…ever!
Revolution @ 10pm, NBC: This might be NBC’s best show and it’s only three episodes in. Doesn’t say much for the network.
Monday Night Football @ 8:30pm, ESPN: Who’s gonna derp more folks, Romo or Cutler? I’m leaning towards the latter tonight.
Late Show with David Letterman @ 11:30pm, CBS: I have a feeling Stephen Colbert may break character for tonight’s interview.
Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide @ 9pm, PBS: A fascinating documentary about oppression of women by New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof.
Dancing With the Stars: All Stars @ 8pm, ABC: Our favorite contestant Pamela Anderson was eliminated. We’re devastated but we’ll continue to watch for the time being.
$24 in 24 @ 10:30pm, Food Network: You’re cheap and you know it. Jeff Mauro fills you in with eating on a budget in big cities.
Baseball @ 7pm, MLB Network: Schedules will vary in your area but the playoff race in the AL makes tonight must-see TV. Tigers, White Sox, A’s, Angels all vying for a spot.