Monday – July 2
Eureka gets cut off from the world and the entire population might be destroyed. Wow, Eureka is not messing around with the stakes of this episode. Airs at 9:00 on Syfy.
8:00 – Hell’s Kitchen (Fox)
8:00 – The Bachelorette (ABC)
10:00 – Teen Wolf (MTV)
Tuesday – July 3
The Glee Project
The theme for the week is “adaptability”, which should be less uncomfortable than the “sexuality” episode.
10:00 – Franklin & Bash (TNT)
10:30 – Workaholics (Comedy Central)
Wednesday – July 4
This episode has Bender trying to become a paparazzo. Let’s see how many TMZ jokes they can work in. Airs at 10:00 on Comedy Central.
9:00 – Dallas (TNT)
10:00 – The Real World (MTV)
10:00 – The Soup (E!)
Thursday – July 5
Ryan has to deal with the issues that arise from Wilfred’s popularity, which is a vague enough description that, considering the show, there’s a good chance some unspeakable acts comprise the main arc of this episode. Airs at 10:00 on FX.
8:00 – Duets (ABC)
10:00 – Rookie Blue (ABC)
10:30 – Louie (FX)
Friday – July 6
This week’s panelists are Dana Gould, Michael Che and Andy Daly. Watch for Michael Che. That is a damn funny dude. Airs at 10:30 on IFC.
9:00 – The Ricky Gervais Show (HBO)
10:00 – Comedy Bang! Bang! (IFC)
Saturday – July 7
In the first episode Arthur duels a mysterious warrior. In the second episode, Merlin saves a beautiful girl from a bounty hunter. Episodes air at 9:00 and 10:00 on BBC.
9:00 – The Suze Orman Show (CNBC)
Sunday – July 8
Jason has a disturbing dream. Meanwhile, Bill and Eric want Sookie to help them look for Russell. Maybe I’m missing something, but that doesn’t sound like a lot of plot. Airs at 9:00 on HBO.
10:00 – Weeds (Showtime)
10:00 – Iron Chef America (Food Network)
12:15 – Metalocalypse (Cartoon Network)
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