Jessica Capshaw, Sara Ramirez and Kevin McKidd
The blockbuster shows have returned! The Grey's Anatomy docs worked through post-traumatic stress while the Glee kids auditioned new members and sung their angst-filled teenaged hearts out. Booth surprised Brennan with a new girlfriend on Bones, but Benson and Stabler returned for a record-breaking 12th season of Law & Order: SVU. So which premiere week episode did you enjoy the most?
Vanessa Williams and Felicity Huffman
Oh yeah... this is gonna be good.
For those of you who may have given up on Desperate Housewives over the past few seasons, it's time to come back home. Because last night marked a return to its previously fiesty form (as well as a return of several original characters aside from just Paul Young) with the arrival of ...
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Question: Why would they move CSI: Miami to Sunday night? The football games always run over, and then everything else is pushed back by a half hour or an hour. Not being a football fan, it will make it hard to set the DVR for the actual time. — Claudette
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How I Met Your Mother
Spoiler Alert! Jennifer Morrison is back on the lot where she spent more than five seasons as House's Dr. Cameron — but this time she's in a new role that showcases a killer comedic side we never knew she had. Jennifer joins CBS' How I Met Your Mother on October 18 as Ted's new love interest, a mischievous architecture nerd named Zoey Van Smoot — the most likely candidate yet to be the titular mom...
Glee (Tuesday, 8/7c, Fox)
What do you do for an encore when your second-season opener bursts out of the gate, more than holding its own against a hit like NCIS, especially in the coveted younger demos? Time for a stunt! Britney Spears is the theme of, and makes a cameo appearance in, this week's "Britney/Brittany" episode in which we learn of a connection between the pop superstar and New Directions' more endearingly daffy member. While the glee club argues with Mr. Shue that they'd rather do Spears' greatest hits at the school assembly — cue playlist — Will is distracted by meeting Emma's new beau, played by John Stamos...
This week's column is dedicated to the memory of Mrs. Ida Blankenship, Don Draper's hilariously cantankerous executive secretary on Mad Men who died at her desk, "like she lived, surrounded by the people she answers phones for," according to Roger Sterling's snarky instant eulogy. Her former swain/boss Bert Cooper saw a bigger, more admiring picture: "She was born in 1898 in a barn, she died on the 37th floor of a skyscraper. She's an astronaut." Also, according to Roger's apparently unpublishable memoirs, a one-time "queen of perversions." Randee Heller's spot-on performance of this old-school gatekeeper, a relic of a time before feminism was on anyone's radar...