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This Week on TV (5/4-5/10)

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MONDAY 5/4)
  • How I Met Your Mother (CBS, 8:30pm):  “Barney celebrates his 200th. No need to explain more.” That’s gonna be LEGEN… wait for it… and I hope you’re not lactose intolerant because the second half of that word is… DAIRY!
  • Table for 12 (TLC, 9pm):  “Eric and Betty try to keep the kids busy when they’re all stuck at home on a school day.” I believe snow days is how they got their 10 kids to begin with.
  • Two and a Half Men (CBS, 9pm):  “Chelsea moves into the house, and Alan feels like he is being pushed out.” It was like that time when his best friend Andie started dating that guy named Blane.
  • New York Goes to Work (VH1, 10pm):  Series premiere.  “Viewers vote on which of the three jobs the long-time reality show veteran will take. If she impresses her employer, she’ll get a $5000 bonus. If she quits or fails, she’ll get nothing.” If she flames royally, will renew her contract.

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Desperate Housewives Star Critically Injured

Gale HaroldUPDATE: Harold’s condition is now improving.

A motorcycle crash earlier this week has left a star in critical condition.

Gale Harold, who currently plays ‘s younger boyfriend, was hospitalized yesterday after a wreck on his motorcycle. The former Queer as Folk star - the only person hurt in the incident -  was due to be on the ABC set Tuesday.

Despite earlier reports of a shoulder injury, multiple sources claim Harold is being treated for a head injury as well. Fortunately, the 38-year-old is supposedly expected to recover despite swelling on the brain.

While it’s unclear how long Gale will remain in USC Medical Center’s Intensive Care Unit, his absence should not affect production on the show. Although Jackson Braddock was involved in a pivotal November sweeps storyline, producer seems confident that adjustments could be made.

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