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Wednesday Ratings: CBS Cleans Up

Despite a weak start, CBS ended the night on a strong note. The returns of Criminal Minds and CSI: NY allowed the network to win the viewers and the demos last night.

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This Week on TV (9/28-9/21)

Meredith and Derek on Grey's Anatomy

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MONDAY (9/22)

Season premieres: The Big Bang Theory, Boston Legal, CSI: Miami, Dancing with the Stars, Heroes, How I Met Your Mother, Two and a Half Men, Worst Week

  • Dancing with the Stars (ABC, 8pm):  Special two-hour premiere. “The season begins with 13 new celebrities.” Any time a reference is made about ’s butt or cut foot, take a drink.
  • Two and a Half Men (CBS, 9pm): “Charlie runs into an ex-girlfriend whose son bears a striking resemblance to him.” As if Charlie Sheen really needed to get involved in another custody issue.
  • Heroes (NBC, 9pm):  Special two-hour premiere. “Suresh makes an important breakthrough.” It’s taken him two seasons to realize how boring his character is.
  • Worst Week (CBS, 9:30pm):  Series premiere. “Disaster-prone Sam Briggs, and his girlfriend, Melanie, visit her parents – who don’t like Sam – to tell them that they are engaged and expecting a child.” It’s always good to get the disappointing news out all at once.

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David Blaine’s Next Televised Stunt

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: Prime Time, Reality, Specials, ABC, News,

David Blaine in Sphere

He’s lived in a sphere, slept in a block of ice, fasted in a hoisted box and balanced on a tall platform. Now he’s prepared to turn his world upside-down. Literally.

Next month, street magician David Blaine will once again dazzle the residents of New York with another one of his famous endurance challenges. Armed with electro-magnetic boots, the daredevil will hang by his feet from a thin wire for approximately 60 hours. Although he’ll have the ability to walk around, he won’t be given a safety net should he fall. Did I mention that he’ll be doing this over Central Park’s Wollman Rink?

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