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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

TV Tonight: Law & Order, Modern Family, Criminal Minds, Terriers

Posted By on September 29, 2010, 2:03 PM

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That blurb about the season premiere of Human Target in the print version the new City Weekly? Disregard: It’s been pushed back to November (more damned Lone Star fallout); updated True TV column here. ---

What’s new tonight:
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (NBC) Ex-Ghost Whisperer Jennifer Love Hewitt guest-stars as—what else?—a rape victim. No one’s ever asked to be on SVU as claims adjuster, silly.

Law & Order: Los Angeles (NBC) Series Debut: Skeet Ulrich stars in the latest L&O, which happens to be set in Los Angeles and therefore can be nicknamed LOLA. I’ve just covered everything remotely interesting about the series.

Modern Family (ABC) It’s Cameron & Mitchell’s big gay kiss night! Squeal! Then you’ll never see it happen again.

Criminal Minds (CBS) JJ's final episode. Hint: She's the blond.

Terriers (FX) I’m just going to keep pushing this cool little Donal Logue series until somebody actually notices it … or until it’s canceled. Tonight’s episode is titled “Fustercluck”—come on, how can you not watch that?

Also new tonight:
The Middle, Better With You, Cougar Town, The Whole Truth (ABC); Survivor: Nicaragua, The Defenders (CBS); Undercovers (NBC); Hell’s Kitchen (Fox); America’s Next Top Model, Hellcats (The CW); Top Chef: Just Desserts (Bravo); Man vs. Food (Travel Channel)

A preview for tonight’s Terriers, “Fustercluck.” Let’s all say it together now …

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