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Tonight’s TV Spotlight…Monday, March 29, 2010

March 29, 2010 by  

Happy Monday! Here’s to hoping you can rest up today as you’ve got a big night ahead of you. Well, you do if your TV lineup looks anything like mine.

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Chuck | 8pm on NBC
“Chuck vs. the American Hero”

When Chuck is able to take his pick of the finest CIA agents for an undercover mission, he considers only one very special superspy—Sarah. Enter Casey, Morgan and Awesome, who try to help him win her back. [GMMR: Um, this sounds awesome!]

Dancing with the Stars | 8pm on ABC
“Performance Show”
All 11 couples return for the second week of performances.Competitors this season are Pamela Anderson, Buzz Aldrin, Erin Andrews, Shannen Doherty, Kate Gosselin, Aiden Turner, Evan Lysacek,, Jake Pavelka, Nicole Scherzinger, Nicey Nash, and Chad Ochocinco.

24 | 9pm on 6am”
As the threat of mass destruction clarifies, President Taylor tasks Jack with a crucial mission. [GMMR: Now that 24 has been canceled will you watch these final episodes to see how it all ends?]

Life Unexpected | 8pm on The CW
“Storm Weathered”
Lux faces her feelings for Jones when she sees him kissing another girl at a party; when a storm hits Portland, Lux and Ryan become stranded at the radio station.

10 Things I Hate About you | 8pm on ABC Family
“Da Repurcussions”
While on suspension, Kat sneaks into school to take a test. Elsewhere, Bianca and Joey attempt to prevent Chastity from seeing a surveillance video that captured a kiss they shared.

(the rest of tonight’s TV spotlight is after the jump)

Rules of Engagement | 8:30pm on CBS
“The Four Pillars”
To please Audrey, Jeff agrees to see a couples therapist (Alan Ruck); and Russell has a crush on Suneetha, Timmy’s fiancée.

Gossip Girl | 9pm on The CW
“The Empire Strikes Jack”
Chuck is again at odds with Jack Bass (Desmond Harrington); Eleanor puts Blair in charge of making sure the fashion show is a success; Jenny learns that Agnes (Willa Holland) will be one of the models.

Trauma| 9pm on NBC
Glenn and Nancy are caught in the crossfire when San Francisco is taken hostage by a sniper; Boone tries to get used to Tyler’s new paramedic status.

Greek | 10pm on ABC Family
“All Children…Grow Up”

In the third-season finale, the seniors ponder life after graduation during spring break in Myrtle Beach, S.C. While there, Ashleigh and Rebecca create phony names and backgrounds for themselves, and Dale interrupts Rusty and Dana’s romantic plans.

Castle | 10pm on ABC
In this conclusion to last week’s “Tick…Tick…Tick”, Castle and Beckett work with the FBI to find a clever serial killer.

Damages | 10pm on FX
“Tell Me I’m Not Racist”
Patty’s clients want her thrown off the Tobin case; Tom Shayes makes a risky move that jeopardizes Ellen’s job with the district attorney.

Law & Order | 10pm on NBC
When Dr. Oscar Silva, an environmental scientist, is poisoned during a conference, Lupo and Bernard suspect competitors from Silva’s field of study.

Saving Grace | 10pm on TNT
“Let’s Talk”
Grace—who’s now been given the moniker “Angel Cop”—inches closer to her spiritual destiny. Meanwhile, family divisions result when Ham dates his late brother’s widow; and the crew probes a fatal attack by a dog.

Nurse Jackie | 10pm on Showtime
Jackie cuts through some red tape to procure a speedy diagnosis for a little boy’s illness, but accidentally sends the family home with inaccurate information, inciting the ire of Dr. Cooper. Meanwhile, the death of O’Hara’s mother triggers a drink-and-drug binge for the doctor, and Jackie tries to cover for her at work while she sobers up; and Eddie pays Kevin a visit at the bar.

United States of Tara | 10:30pm on Showtime
“Trouble Junction”
Tara appears to be headed for trouble when she determines that her dormant alters are itching to make a comeback, but she decides to keep this to herself. Meanwhile, bride-to-be Charmaine asks to move in with the Gregsons.

Also playing…

  • Kell on Earth | 10pm on Bravo: Kelly travels to Los Angeles to take meetings; the staff decides to throw Kelly a birthday party.

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3 Responses to “Tonight’s TV Spotlight…Monday, March 29, 2010”

  1. Jackie on March 29th, 2010 10:45 am

    I will be watching Chuck for sure!!

    Dvr’ing Trauma and watching 24. I have been a 24 fan since the beginning and I’m sad to see it go, but I guess it’s time. Bring on the movie!

    Looks like no new BBT tonight??? Sucks.

  2. Maggie on March 29th, 2010 11:42 am

    Chuck is Always a #1 watch for me and my family.
    I only wish they would put it on Wednesday or Thursdays.
    It is just about the only NBC program I watch.

  3. Kyle on March 29th, 2010 8:18 pm

    I will continue to watch 24 until the end (been watching since it started), but it hasn’t really been that good for a long time. They continue to reuse the same plot “twist” over and over again. I’m happy they are putting it down–seems like the most humane thing to do. I think the show would have worked much better using a UK size season of 6 or 8 episodes–the 24 episodes caused things to really drag on. I think the shorter format of a movie will work much better.