Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards
Since the new cast of Dancing with the Stars was announced Sunday, we've had some time to digest the choices. While none of the selections were really surprising, our twisted minds can't help but think of all the disastrous (or brilliant, depending on how you look at it) moments that could ensue with the new competitors. Here are our worst-case scenarios:
1) Producers trick Charlie Sheen into donning a tux for a charity benefit, then dash him to the DWTS soundstage. Executives distract Maksim with a mirror while Charlie is shoved out onto the dance floor with his ex, Denise Richards. A dance-off to end all dance-offs ensues, and by the end, all their legal/relationship woes are history.
Be My Valentine Charlie Brown, A Charlie Brown Valentine
Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown; A Charlie Brown Valentine
8 pm/ET ABC
Some things never change, like Charlie Brown's rotten love life. In the opener of tonight's "Peanuts" Valentine's Day double bill (first telecast in 1977), no one — the little red-haired girl notably included — has sent our round-headed hero a valentine. In the second program (from 2002), Chuck has worked up the courage to call her, but don't expect a miracle. Meanwhile, Sally's luck with Linus isn't much better. And Lucy? She's as assertive about amour as she is about everything else.
Read on for previews of T.I. Road to Redemption, Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, Fringe, Nip/Tuck and Wingman.
David Caruso and Sean Combs, CSI: Miami
9 pm/ET FOX
Last week there was good news and bad news. The good news: Jack and his team kept Dubaku's attack on an insecticide plant from killing thousands and rescued the Matobos from their captor. The bad news: the plant manager was killed, Michael Latham was blown up, and Henry Taylor was taken hostage by one of Dubaku's men. Talk about having leverage with the president.
Read on for previews of Heroes, The Bachelor, BET Honors and CSI:Miami.
As if their recent all-3-D episode wasn't exciting enough, Chuck creators Josh Schwartz and Chris Fedak hinted at big twists in the show's finale and next season.
Schwartz said the end of the season would be "game changing" for Chuck and his crew.
Jennifer Hudson, The 51st Annual Grammy Awards
8 pm/ET CBS
The biggest concert of the year takes place tonight at L.A.'s Staples Center. Yeah, a few awards will be dutifully doled out over the three-hour event, but it's the stellar performances that most viewers will be talking about at work and school tomorrow, such as Kanye West and T.I. rapping "Swagga Like Us," and Taylor Swift duetting her self-penned "Fifteen" with Miley Cyrus. Lead Grammy nominee Lil Wayne also performs, as do Coldplay, U2, Paul McCartney, Radiohead and the Jonas Brothers. For nostalgia buffs, there's a Four Tops tribute headlined by Jamie Foxx and Ne-Yo.
Read on for previews of XIII, Brothers & Sisters, Sonny with a Chance and Nick News with Linda Ellerbee.
I'm gonna keep this intro short because the episode is so incredible and really speaks for itself: Smash gets news that will change his life forever while Matt's fate as the Dillon Panthers' QB hangs in the balance. Will J.D. take over as starter? Will Smash make it to college?
Battlestar Galactica continues to thrill and chill at every turn as rebels take full control of the mighty Galactica ship. Zarek and Gaeta also put Adama on trial for treason, while Lee and Starbuck are able to free the Cylon prisoners in order to get help rescue Adama and return him to power.
We begin the episode where we left off — a grenade has been lobbed into the storage facility where Adama and Tigh have been hiding from the rebels. Though they're both knocked around a bit ...
Battlestar Galactica's President Roslin and Admiral Adama have been through a lot in the last four seasons of the show, and things show no signs of improving. In part four of our video series, Edward James Olmos discusses Adama's descent into alcohol and drug addiction, while McDonnell talks about the difficult decisions Roslin's had to make — and what she thinks the Roslin legacy will be.
Watch the video after the jump!
Tuning into American Idol the other night, we felt like we'd stumbled across a musical remake Mean Girls. All the characters were there, but this time they were played by Idol mainstays and wannabes. Here's our take on who played who.
Cady: Taking over for Lindsay Lohan's sweet and pretty new kid in town was Megan Corkery...
The final scene of Wednesday night's episode of Lost was a whopper. Within the context of the time-jumping series, we already knew we might meet younger versions of certain characters. But did we ever think that presumed-dead characters would pop up on the time-traveling island, alive and well?
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