Bones (Fox) — I’ve tried watching this show and it bores the hell out of me. However, I do enjoy pictures of Emily Deschanel, and sexy costumes get you top billing at Warming Glow. So there you go.
Parks and Recreation (NBC) — Megan Mulally guest stars in tonight’s episode. It’s good to see the show grow into itself after a disappointing first season. Now there’s not a single weak show in NBC’s Thursday lineup — and I can’t think of another time when that wasn’t the case. Usually there’s at least one equivalent of “My Name Is Earl.”
The League (FX) — Word on the street is that the second episode is better than the first, even if Nancyboy McBitchypants doesn’t like it.
Grey’s Anatomy (ABC) — From Yahoo: “Arizona prepares for the surgery of a lifetime as a $25-million donation to the hospital and a 10-year-old boy’s life depend on the outcome.” I’m assuming Arizona is a character’s name on the show and not the state, which is good, because I hadn’t gotten any new reasons to hate this show for a while.
The Real Housewives of Orange County (Bravo) — Season premiere. Here’s what I wrote two weeks ago about the season finale of the Atlanta installment: “I’d express some kind of relief that this is over, but the O.C. version will probably just start up again next week.” And the only reason I was off by a week is because I didn’t take into account the reunion episode. You’re so predictable, Bravo.
Vampire Diaries (CW) — Too often, I dismiss this show as fluff for teenagers, and that’s not fair. It’s also fluff for shallow young women.