Bored to Death
It's been a tough season for George: blindsided by prostate cancer, he's also found his position at the magazine diminished by cost-cutting overlords. To top it off, his driving skills are increasingly impaired by his copious pot smoking. But things could be looking up, in their typically goofy, convoluted way, when Jonathan tries to help a limo driver who recently lost his job. Meanwhile, Ray's lucky streak continues when Kevin Bacon takes an interest in his Super Ray comic book. — Joe Friedrich
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Sunday Night Football
The Vikings visit the Packers, and of course, Brett Favre is the center of attention. Only this time, it's not just because he's squaring off with his former team. Allegations of Favre's unsportsmanlike conduct with a cell phone have proved a major distraction to the Vikings, who are having more than enough problems with an iffy offense and injuries in the secondary. Injuries have also clobbered the Packers, who may get some early-season casualties back tonight to replace players lost in the last few weeks. — Dave Roeder
Secrets in the Walls
Jeri Ryan stars in this 2010 made-for-cable thriller as Rachel Easton, a recently divorced mother of two teen girls who relocates her family to the suburbs. Life in the dream home she purchased at a deep discount soon turns into a nightmare as her daughters become target-practice subjects for an evil presence residing there. Rachel is forced to figure out the grisly history of the house in order to protect her family. Talk about buyer's remorse. Peyton List, Kay Panabaker and Marianne Jean-Baptiste also star. — Rhoda Charles
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Last week eight prisoners escaped from jail via underground sewers. Two were killed and one was captured, leaving five on the loose. Horatio was given a heads-up that some of them were targeting a certain "red-headed detective" for retribution. H's reply was, of course, "bring it on." One of the escapees is the man who murdered Horatio's wife and who is threatening to kill again. — Tim Holland
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Doctor Who overlords Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss revamp Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes in the witty and suspenseful "Sherlock: A Study in Pink," the first of three outings in which Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch) is turned into a "high-functioning sociopath" who solves cases the police can't in modern-day London. Tonight's installment opens with Dr. Watson (Martin Freeman) introduced to Holmes as a potential flatmate, and then thrust into his first case: suicides that appear to be linked. — Jeff Gemmill
Sexy Beasts: Vamps, Wolves and Mutants
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Halloween season is the perfect time of year to count down Hollywood's hottest mythical creatures. These include werewolves, witches, wizards and even mutants. And of course no such list would be complete without those sexy bloodsucking creatures of the night — vampires! Actors from films and TV shows that focus on these creatures weigh in with their thoughts. Among those interviewed: Robert Pattinson, Daniel Radcliffe and Anna Paquin. — Jennifer Sankowski
Brothers & Sisters
If Nora had a nickel for every time she gave one of her kids advice — whether they wanted it or not — she'd be...even wealthier than she already is. But the point is she's not afraid to speak her mind, so when a radio producer approaches her about hosting a show to dole out her motherly pearls of wisdom, she may wind up getting paid after all. Of course, even Nora should be surprised when her chief competition at the audition is a woman (Debra Monk) who might be more opinionated than she is. — Joe Friedrich