Living with a Colombian wife and her son, Jay's horizons broaden every day, but tonight it's apparent that the phrase "like riding a bike" means nothing to them — because they don't know how. So while Jay teaches them what to him feels like an American birthright, Claire is driven to distraction by a person speeding through the Dunphys' neighborhood; and Mitchell and Cameron are just plain distracted by the New Agey, hot-tubbing and frequently shirtless guy (James Marsden) who moved in upstairs. — Joe Friedrich
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Ghost Hunters International will kick off Syfy's winter schedule, followed by the Friday debut of Merlin and the U.S. remake of Being Human, the network announced Monday.
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With impressive ratings, a slew of notable guest stars and Hollywood's current octogenarian "it girl," Betty White, leading the way, this sitcom took TV land by storm, and earned a second-season renewal (of 20 episodes) barely halfway through its first. Speaking of storms, tonight's Season 1 finale cooks up a doozy as a tornado churns through Ohio, and Melanie, Joy and Victoria are thunderstruck when the only safe shelter they can find is Elka's secret room in the cellar.
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The 18th annual mingling of athletes and celebrities in L.A. adds a fresh coat of cynicism and sarcasm with Saturday Night Live head writer and "Weekend Update" anchor Seth Meyers running the show. With some 38 fan-voted awards on the agenda (fans can now vote during the show... no, this isn't the Oscars), it's tough to know how many shots at Tiger Woods Meyers can squeeze in. Woods can add to his record 22 ESPYs if fans yet again vote him Best Golfer, while LeBron James and Kobe Bryant look to bring the Best Male Athlete bragging rights back to the NBA for the first time since Michael Jordan won at the inaugural ESPYs in 1993.
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In a variation on a theme, instead of individual competitors, couples will compete with other couples in the extreme obstacle course. Obstacles du jour include the Diving Board Trapeze, Log Roll Maze and the Sweeper Buoy Run. Couples, take your places and may the best pair win.
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