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Tonight’s TV Spotlight…Thursday, February 10, 2011

February 10, 2011 by  

Set your DVRs, dudes.

There is a lot of freakin’ TV in tonight’s line up…

Which shows are you going to watch live, DVR for later, or skip altogether?

American Idol | 8pm on Fox
“Auditions #8”
The auditions continue on the second part of two-night season premiere of AMERICAN IDOL as the judges continue their quest to find the next singing superstar.

Community | 8pm on NBC
“Early 21st Century Romanticism”
Troy and Abed compete for the attentions of the college librarian, while Britta strives to be progressive and befriends a fellow female student whom she believes is gay. Meanwhile, Jeff finds himself reluctantly hosting an impromptu party at his apartment when Professor Duncan (guest star John Oliver, THE DAILY SHOW) invites himself over to watch a soccer match. Andy Dick also guests.

The Big Bang Theory | 8pm on CBS
“The Benefactor Factor”
A wealthy donor to the university makes Leonard consider how far he’s willing to go for the sake of science. Jessica Walter (ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT) guest stars as the benefactress and Joshua Malina (THE WEST WING) guest stars as the University President.

The Vampire Diaries | 8pm on The CW
“Crying Wolf”
Stefan and Elena get away for what they hope will be a romantic weekend at the Gilbert family lake house, not realizing that they’ve been followed. Jenna starts to worry that Alaric isn’t being honest with her. Jules (guest star Michaela McManus) explains the importance of the sun and moon curse to Tyler, but leaves out an important detail. Damon attends a tea at the Historical Society in order to talk to Elijah (guest star Daniel Gillies), but Elijah isn’t giving up any secrets. With help from Caroline and Jeremy, Bonnie uses deceptive measures to get shocking new information out of Luka (guest star Bryton James). Finally, Tyler offers Matt some relationship advice.

$#*! My Dad Says | 8:30pm on CBS
“Lock and Load”
With a burglar on the loose in their neighborhood, Ed wants to use his prized gun for protection, but Rosemary shoots down the idea. Also, Vince and Bonnie look for some extra help during their trip to a fertility clinic.

Perfect Couples | 8:30pm on NBC | Series Premiere
“Perfect Jealousy”
After Julia (Christine Woods) is upset that Dave (Kyle Bornheimer) has met a woman while hiking, Dave becomes jealous when Julia thinks her co-worker is funny. Rex (Hayes MacArthur) has a difficult time telling Leigh (Olivia Munn) that he’s in financial trouble. Vance (David Walton) and Amy (Mary Elizabeth Ellis) try to make each other jealous.

Bones | 9pm on Fox
“The Daredevil in the Mold”
A BMX rider’s remains are discovered on the roof of a warehouse after a failed bike stunt. While Booth and Brennan interrogate the victim’s fellow riders, Hodgins and newly mellowed “squint” Fisher (guest star Joel David Moore) identify the numerous fractures in the victim’s skeletal structure, and Angela recreates the series of events that led to the fatal accident. Meanwhile, Sweets turns to Booth for advice about his relationship with Daisy, and Booth makes a decision about his relationship with Hannah.

SO MUCH MORE. Keep reading…

The Office | 9pm on NBC
It’s Valentine’s Day in the Office and the public displays of affection between Michael and Holly (guest star and Academy Award nominee Amy Ryan) are making everyone uncomfortable. The aftermath of a bottomless champagne lunch causes complications for Jim and Pam. After Gabe designs a romantic treasure hunt for Erin, Andy tags along.

Grey’s Anatomy | 9pm on ABC
“P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)”
Thatcher Grey, Meredith and Lexie’s father, returns to Seattle Grace with stomach pains and a new, twenty-something tattooed girlfriend, Danielle. Meanwhile, Alex clashes with the new OB, Dr. Lucy Fields, over a patient and Mark places Jackson on his service in exchange for information on Lexie.

Nikita | 9pm on The CW
“The Next Seduction”
Ryan (guest star Noah Bean) intercepts a message about a dangerous cutting edge weapon coming into the U.S. so he asks Nikita to help him stop the delivery. Nikita discovers the man bringing the weapon into the country is Voss (guest star Matthew Marsden), a man she was forced to have a relationship with while undercover at Division. She reluctantly resumes her alter ego to retrieve the missile. Meanwhile, Michael interferes in Alex’s new life with Nathan (guest star Thad Luckinbill).

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation | 9pm on CBS
“All That Cremains”
A thrift store donation turns gruesome when a dead body is found in a box; meanwhile, Langston’s wife pays a surprise visit to the crime lab. Singer Christiana Milian (PULSE) guest stars as the victim’s ex-girlfriend, Sydney. Tracee Ellis Ross (GIRLFRIENDS) guest stars as Langston’s wife, Gloria Parkes. Hip-hop artist Yelawolf makes a cameo appearance.

Royal Pains | 9pm on USA
When a park ranger is hit by lightning, Hank is able to save his life. Now the ranger wants to recapture the experience.

Parks and Recreation | 9:30pm on NBC
“Ron & Tammy: Part Two”
Tom tries to get back at Ron by going out on a date with Ron’s ex-wife Tammy (guest star Megan Mullally, WILL & GRACE), while Leslie tries to protect Ron from falling prey to her charms. Meanwhile, April is assigned to work with Chris (Rob Lowe).

30 Rock | 10pm on NBC
“Double-Edged Sword”
Jack and Avery (guest star Elizabeth Banks) go to Canada for a final romantic getaway before they become parents, but when Avery goes into labor, they do everything in their power to not give birth to a Canadian. Meanwhile, Liz’s romantic getaway with Carol (guest star Matt Damon) is ruined when their plane is stuck on the tarmac. Tracy is besieged with the unwanted responsibility of being an EGOT winner.

The Mentalist | 10pm on CBS
“Blood for Blood”
Van Pelt’s actions are called into question when a witness is murdered while she is assigned to his protection. Eric Winter (BROTHERS & SISTERS) returns as FBI Agent Craig O’Laughlin, and Pruitt Taylor Vince (DEADWOOD) returns as J.J. LaRoche, an investigator with the Professional Standards Unit.

Private Practice | 10pm on ABC
“Blind Love”
Charlotte’s attacker, Lee Henry (guest star Nicholas Brendan, BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER), arrives at St. Ambrose Hospital, injured by his girlfriend and in need of urgent care, and Sam and Charlotte must decide whether or not to save his life. Meanwhile, Susan’s health takes a turn for the worse, and Addison’s mother, Bizzy, begs her daughter to do everything in her power to help.

Archer | 10pm on FX
“Blood Test”
Acher’s favorite hooker comes to him claiming he fathered her child. Is it really his? Will he take a blood test? How about responsibility?

Fairly Legal | 10pm on USA
“Bo Me Once”
Kate’s latest case involves a dispute between Chef Bo and the company who’s going to produce his barbecue sauce. Kate soon discovers that his assistant Beth has a lot to do with Bo’s cooking show success. In the midst of the mediation, a person from Beth’s past appears with demands of his own.

Outsourced | 10:30pm on NBC
“The Todd Couple”
When the call center workers begin exhibiting poor customer service, Todd decides it is time to give his employees anger management training. Surprisingly, Gupta seems to be the worst offender, forcing Todd to investigate the real cause of his anger. Meanwhile, Manmeet juggles how to celebrate Valentine’s Day with two different women.

Also playing…

  • Wipeout | “Winter Wipeout: This Little Piggy Went To Wipeout” | 8pm on ABC
  • Million Dollar Listing | “No Guarantees in the Real Estate Game” | 9pm on Bravo | Season Premiere
  • The Jersey Shore | “Cabs Are Here!” | 10pm on MTV

Now it’s your turn. What will YOU be watching tonight? What will you be watching LIVE, DVRing, skipping, etc? Let us know!

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