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With the return of the fall season comes our Don’t Miss TV guide as well following its summer vacation. Lots of new shows to take in but we’ll likely know quickly which ones are worth following and which ones will get dumped by the networks. While everyone here at Wild Bluff Media tries to watch as much as possible we don’t see them all, so share your opinions on what’s good and what’s not. Take a look and see what shows you don’t want to miss this week with our WBM TV guide.
Dancing with the Stars: 8-9:30pm on ABC; The fourth round of competitions launch tonight and includes the paso doble and the Viennese waltz.
Chuck: 8-9pm on NBC; Chuck Versus the Tango Sarah’s sexy CIA colleague arrives and Chuck joins the pair of ladies on a spy mission with a million dollar diamond and a terrorist-funding operation. Morgan gets interested in Sarah’s coworker.
Heroes: 9-10pm on NBC; Matt asks Molly to find the man haunting her dreams, but the outcome isn’t pleasant. HRG suspects Claire has a new boyfriend. Micah’s cousin Monica finds herself with some unexpected abilities. Stop adding new characters!!
The Bachelor: 9:30-11pm on ABC; Six of the nine remaining women will received a rose. But first he take six of the nine to a comedy club for a night of improv comedy. One lady will get a helicopter ride while two more will go with Brad to a private dinner.
Dancing with the Stars: 9-10pm on ABC; Fourth round results are in and someone goes home. Gloria Estefan performs “Rhythm is Gonna Get You” and “A Bailar”.
Law & Order: SVU: 10-11pm on NBC; Savant A mentally challenged girl is the only witness to the attack that left her mother in a coma. Detectives suspect the husband (guest star Aidan Quinn), but his legal team keeps him from testifying, leaving prosecutors with only the daughter to question.
Bionic Woman: 9-10pm on NBC; Faceoff While on an assignment to rescue an American doctor in Paraguay, Jaime learns the truth about her life expectancy.
Kitchen Nightmares: 9-10pm on FOX; Chef Ramsay visits Olde Stone Mill in Tuckahoe, NY where he discovers the sub-par food and service is losing the eatery customers.
My Name Is Earl: 8-8:30pm on NBC; The gang has the write stuff when Earl attends a prison class on creative writing, which inspires the others to take pen to paper. Earl suffers a nasty case of writer’s block, but Randy and Catalina flourish.
Survivor China: 8-9pm on CBS; Castaways start to fear alliances will be destroyed after a tribal switch occurs. A physical attraction between two players starts up and leads to a possible discovery of the hidden immunity idol. Another castaway will be voted off.
30 Rock: 8:30-9pm on NBC; The Collection Jack worries that ownership of a certain collection will unearth damaging information about him, so he enlists a private investigator (Steve Buscemi) to ward the company off. Tracy’s wife shadows her husband’s every move. Jenna begins to lose the famous pounds.
The Office: 9-10pm on NBC; Money Facing a ballooning personal debt, Michael pressures his staff for a personal loan. Jim and Pam check into the Schrute family farm which was converted into a bed and breakfast. Jan revamps Michael’s condo.
CSI: 9-10pm on CBS; Case of the Cross-Dressing Carp Grissom investigates the mysterious hanging death of a young man that looks like a woman.
Friday Night Lights: 9-10pm on NBC; Are You Ready for Friday Night? Smash and Matt bring their animosity for one another to the field during the Panthers’ first game of the season. Coach Taylor makes another trip home. Riggins finds himself looking for comfort in an odd place. Street explores his options with his paralysis.
The Soup: 10-10:30 on E!; This is a great show that recaps the week’s entertainment news and non-news with great commentary by Joel McHale. He’s the supervisor character from those Burger King commercials set in an office. Don’t let that discourage you though, he’s really funny.
Check back here on Friday for my Weekend Movie Preview Lineup to see what your options will be.
Okay, that’s my set of Don’t Miss Shows for this week, October 15 - 19, 2007.
Have another show to add? Comment below and let me know what else you think should be on this list.