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Tonight's TV Hot List for Monday, Feb. 9, 2009

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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.

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Tonight's TV Hot List for Monday, Feb. 9, 2009

24
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. read more

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Premise: Gabrielle Union hosts the second-annual awards show paying tribute to successful African Americans. The honorees include Mary J. Blige, Tyler Perry, Magic Johnson, James E. Clyburn, B. Smith and Judith Jamison. Performing: Stevie Wonder; Ne-Yo; Anita Baker; Monica; Yolanda Adams; Joss Stone; Queen Latifah; Keyshia Cole. Taped Jan. 17 at the Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C.

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