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Bones
8/7c Fox
The über-analytical Dr. Brennan has never been shy about her doubts when it comes to theology, but if she is ever going to get religion, this is the night. The series' winter finale finds the team investigating the charred remains of what appears to be a demon — complete with horns and a tail — found on the altar of a Catholic church. The case spooks the God-fearing Booth, but he and Brennan are going to have to tip over some sacred cows to get to the bottom of this mystery. Joshua Malina guest stars.

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Tonight's TV Hot List: Thursday, Feb. 4, 2010

Bones
8/7c Fox
The über-analytical Dr. Brennan has never been shy about her doubts when it comes to theology, but if she is ever going to get religion, this is the night. The series' winter finale finds the team investigating the charred remains of what appears to be a demon — complete with horns and a tail — found on the altar of a Catholic church. The case spooks the God-fearing Booth, but he and Brennan are going to have to tip over some sacred cows to get to the bottom of this mystery. Joshua Malina guest stars.

Read on for previews of Surviving Survivor, Private Practice, The Office and Why We Laugh: Black Comedians on Black Comedy. read more

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Premise: The history of black comedy is surveyed, from the early days of minstrel shows to the controversial humor of Richard Pryor and Dick Gregory to contemporary Def Comedy comics. Included are remarks by Bill Cosby, Chris Rock, Whoopi Goldberg and Mo'Nique. The film, directed by Robert Townsend and Quincy Newell, is based on comedian Darryl Littleton's book, "Black Comedians on Black Comedy: How African-Americans Taught Us to Laugh."

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