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Tonight’s TV Spotlight…Thursday, July 5, 2012

July 5, 2012 by  

A pretty busy Thursday night, so take a look at all your options…

Duets | 8pm on ABC
“Favorite Standards”
Superstars Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Jennifer Nettles and Robin Thicke, take the stage with their remaining Duet partners for an evening of standards from the Golden Age of music. America’s voting results from the prior week will be revealed at the top of the show, sending one contestant home, so that only four remain in the competition to perform that night. At the end of the night, the polls will open once again and America will get to choose who stays in the competition and who is eliminated.

Breaking Pointe | 8pm on The CW
“Curtain Call”
Everyone is concerned about Rex after his fall on opening night, but the show must go on with closing night and the end of the ballet season right around the corner. Meanwhile, Christiana has a meltdown when her husband Chris quizzes her about life after ballet, and Rex and Allison have a showdown. [And if you need more BREAKING POINTE in your life, check out what dancer Beckanne Sisk had to say about the series.]

Take Me Out | 8pm on Fox
“Episode 104”
Davin Homan from Clearwater, FL, Kash Kiefer from Las Vegas, NV, Michael Quinones from New York, NY, and Shawn Valentino from Flint, MI seek to impress the thirty single women searching for their perfect summer fling.

The Choice | 8:58pm on Fox
“Rob Kardashian, Finesse Mitchell, Rob Gronkowski and Steven Lopez”
Reality television star Rob Kardashian, comedian Finesse Mitchell, New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski and two-time Olympic Gold Medalist Steven Lopez, vie for love on the hottest summer dating show. Hosted by Cat Deeley, THE CHOICE is the ultimate blind date for celebrity bachelors and bachelorettes competing for the hearts of attractive singles – they can’t see.

So much more. Keep reading…

Saving Hope | 9pm on NBC
“Out of Sight”
A high profile double hand replantation becomes Alex’s (Durance) chance to prove to Kinney (Wendy Crewson) that she is still capable of being Chief Surgical Resident. In the ICU, Maggie (Ross) believes a homeless man may have been misdiagnosed.

Anger Management | 9:30pm on FX
“Charlie Tries Sleep Deprivation”
Charlie challenges his group to do thirty-six hours of sleep deprivation therapy so that their “inhibitions come down and the truth comes out” – except the result turns out to be the exact opposite.

Rookie Blue | 10pm on ABC
“Messy Houses”
Andy’s personal life turns upside-down when she answers a domestic disturbance call and the social worker on the scene turns out to be her long estranged mother, Claire, who abandoned her and her father 15 years ago. Now Andy must deal with her private issues as she works alongside her mother to investigate the secrets of a family in turmoil. Meanwhile, Sam, Nick, Chris and Gail are in a race to find the desperate mother and her two children before she makes a tragic mistake. And Detective Jerry Barber’s badge may be on the line when a stash of guns he recovered ends up resurfacing on the streets.

Men at Work | 10pm on TBS
“Wake and Bake”
Tyler and Milo unintentionally attend a stranger’s wake. Meanwhile, Gibbs bonds with Neal’s gamer buddies, but problems arise when he aligns with the wrong character.

Wilfred | 10pm on FX
Wilfred’s popularity creates problems for Ryan. Written by Cody Heller & Brett Konner; directed by Randall Einhorn.

Louie | 10:30pm on FX
“Telling Jokes/Set Up”
Louie has dinner at a friend’s house. Written and directed by Louis C.K.


Awkward | 10:30pm on MTV
“Sex, Lies and the Sanctuary”
Jenna revels in her and Jake’s official relationship status until she learns a hidden camera is filming at the Sanctuary. She then goes to great lengths to destroy the tape, enlisting Ming and others to help.

Brand X with Russell Brand | 11pm on FX
“Show 2”
Brand X with Russell Brand features Brand’s unvarnished and unfiltered point of view on current events, worldwide politics and popular culture. Taking on the news of the day like no one else, Brand uses his unconventional sensibility, spirituality, humor and status as a recently transplanted Englishman to get to the bottom of what the news really means.

Also playing…

  • Wipeout | 9pm on ABC
  • Rock Center with Brian Williams | 10pm on NBC

Leave a comment and let me know what you will be watching!

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