What’s Hot on TV Tonight – Happy Halloween!

After the trick-or-treating tonight, settle in to watch It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. It'll be fun to watch it on the actual day for a change … unless of course you're out there in the pumpkin patch waiting for the Great Pumpkin to show up. Check out your other favorite shows at TV-Links.

1. The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Jane Lynch and Elli Kemper are the guests. Syndicated, check local listings.

2. Survivor: Philippines. The tribes merge, and Lisa gets confronted about her past. 7:00 PM CT CBS

3. 30 Rock. Liz and Jack stage a debate to win Jenna's followers, Kenneth looks for voting advice from Tracy, and Pete tries to recapture the specialness of the last election. 7:00 PM CT NBC

4. It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. There is just no other kids’ TV show that is more classic than this. It’s just as big now as when I was growing up. No comments out there about how long ago that was, please. 7:00 PM CT ABC

5. Arrow. Oliver still can't figure out how to get back in Laurel's good graces until a late night bonding session with Thea helps him out. 7:00 PM CT CW

6. The X Factor. The top sixteen acts perform. 7:00 PM CT Fox

7. Guys with Kids. Emily helps Gary organize his apartment, Freddie and Ernie lock themselves in the bathroom, and the guys talk to Nick about not being prepared. 7:30 PM CT NBC

8. The Neighbors. Jackie helps Debbie plan for Abby's birthday, Larry shadows Lenny at work, and Reggie tries to get Amber a gift. 7:30 PM CT ABC

9. Criminal Minds. Four Oregonian men disappear, and the team looks for a link between them. J.J. gets upset when her son doesn't want to celebrate Halloween. 8:00 PM CT CBS

10. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. A high-tech kidnapper uses the Internet to cover his tracks after a girl's disappearance, and Rollins reconnects with her sister. 8:00 PM CT NBC

11. Modern Family. Jay and Gloria have a yard sale as part of a school fundraiser, Mitch and Cam check out Alex's new friend, and manny finds a truck with a lot of secrets. 8:00 PM CT ABC

12. Supernatural. Dean offers to hep Benny who confesses he's going after his Make, and that help comes in the way of flashing back to the times Benny has helped him and Castiel in Purgatory. 8:00 PM CT CW

16. Ghost Hunters. 8:00 PM CT Syfy

17. The Houstons Remember Whitney. In the first half hour, Pat takes Krissy out of town on a ladies' weekend, and Gary and Ray teach responsibility to Nick. In the second half hour, Pat takes the family to L.S. for a BET tribute to Whitney, and Krissy's grief overcomes her. 8:00 PM CT Lifetime

18. Suburgatory. Lisa feels guilty keeping the truth from Ryan and agrees to help him with Tessa, Dallas asks her life coach to accompany her on her first day with George, and Tessa babysits with Opus. 8:30 PM CT ABC

19. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. A K-9 takes the blame for his partner's death until the team finds out more about the case, and a divorce attorney with a long list of enemies is murdered. 9:00 PM CT CBS

20. Chicago Fire. Chief Boden is accused of abandoning a homeless man to die in a warehouse fire, Severide helps an elderly woman, Detective Voight tries to convince Casey not to testify against his son, and Shay faces her ex during a call 9:00 PM CT NBC

21. Nashville. Teddy's marriage is tested by a woman from his past, Rayna and Deacon perform at Teddy's fundraiser, Juliette makes an appearance on Good Morning America, and Gunnar and his publisher's assistant connect. 9:00 PM CT ABC

22. American Horror Story: Asylum. A group of patients plan a daring escape during a violent storm, and Sister Jude is haunted by her past. 9:00 PM CT FX

23. My Life Is a Lifetime Movie. A woman's husband gets accused of stealing body parts, turning her life upside down, and a woman marries a man she had a whirlwind courtship with after meeting online. 9:00 PM CT Lifetime

24. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. The guests tonight include Taylor Lautner, Lior Suchard, and Macy Gray. 10:35 PM CT NBC

 

What’s Hot on TV Tonight – Getting Back to Normal

After a month of TV being thrown off and delayed by debates and baseball, everything seems to be getting back to normal tonight … that is if you call the night before Halloween normal. Catch up with all the TV you may have missed at TV-Links.

1. The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Madonna is the guest. Syndicated, check local listings.

2. Scare Tactics. Tracy Morgan hosts an all-night marathon of new episode 6:30 PM CT Syfy

3. How I Met Your Mother. Ted and Victoria think about the future of their relationship, leading Ted to ask Lily and Marshall for advice. Robin is worried when she finds out Barney's new wingman is a dog. 7:00 PM CT CBS

4. The Voice. Night one of the knockouts. 7:00 PM CT NBC

5. Dancing with the Stars. The couples perform, and Little Big Town and Big and Rich perform. 7:00 PM CT ABC

6. 90210. Naomi and Max plan a romantic trip, nude pictures of Silver get posted on the Internet, Liam enrolls in Lindsey's business law class, but she assumes he's not serious about it, and Adrianna realizes her feelings for Taylor. 7:00 PM CT CW

7. Long Island Medium: Extended Episodes. An extended look at five episodes. 7:00 PM CT TLC

8. Basketball Waives LA. The group is surprised by a mixology event blowout, and Jackie and Doug's trip has difficulties from the very beginning. 7:00 PM CT VH1

9. Partners. Joe and Louis are forced by financial difficulties to ask for their old jobs back, and Joe questions what's behind a kiss between Ali and Wyatt. 7:30 PM CT CBS

10. NFL Football. San Francisco 49ers at Arizona Cardinals. 7:30 PM CT ESPN

11. 2 Broke Girls. Caroline and Max have trouble with a pre-approved credit card, and Earl's estranged son comes to New York to be a standup comedian. 8:00 PM CT CBS

12. Gossip Girl. Chuck looks for the one person who can be truthful about Bart, Nate has to make a tough decision in order to keep The Spectator in business, and Georgina tries to help Dan fix his image. 8:00 PM CT CW

13. Hoarders. A woman who collects cars and electronics goes through an armed robbery with the thief threatening her mom as well, and the son of a Nazi SS member lives in his clutter-filled home along with his dog. 8:00 PM CT A&E

14. Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations. In the Dominican Republic, Anthony Bourdain meets filmmaker Juan Basanta for an empanada lunch. Filmmaker and surfer Ivan takes Bourdain to lunch at Wendy’s, and Bourdain meets Ivan and long-time friend and cameraman Jerry Risius at Lechonera el Monumento. The next day, Bourdain and Risius drive ATVs to reach the cliff-side restaurant El Cabito, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. 8:00 PM CT Travel Channel

15. All on the Line with Joe Zee. 8:00 PM CT Sundance

16. Mike & Molly. Mike is forced to set up his mom and boss. 8:30 PM CT CBS

17. Hawaii Five-0. The team investigates a grisly murder and find evidence suggesting the killer is about to strike again. 9:00 PM CT CBS

18. Revolution. TO get medical help for NOra, Miles and the others take a detour, Aaron considers his life, and Neville hands over Danny to Monroe. 9:00 PM CT NBC

19. Castle. The evidence in a ritualistic murder case links Castle to the crime, as Beckett begins to wonder how well she really knows him 9:00 PM CT ABC

20. Intervention. A man chooses met and painkillers over his family relationships. 9:00 PM CT A&E

21. Dateline on OWN. something is spotting out of place at a crime scene the night before Halloween. 9:00 PM CT OWN

22. Bad Girls Club: Mexico. Part 2 of a reunion between the girls. 9:00 PM CT Oxygen

23. The Mortified Sessions. Talented comedian Tig Notaro (who became an instant legend to many fellow comedians this past summer as she revealed her cancer diagnosis onstage during a set) and actor Jason Ritter (Parenthood) sit down with host David Nadelberg to share some of their most treasured childhood artifacts and offer insight into the key life-changing moments that have made them who they are today. 9:00 PM CT Sundance Channel

24. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Simon Cowell, Britney Spears, Billy Gardell, and Two Door Cinema Club are the guests tonight. 10:35 PM CT NBC

 

The Amazing Race, Oct. 28 – What a Partnership Is All About

They haven't done a non-elimination yet on this season of The Amazing Race, and it leaves me on the edge of my seat just waiting for it. While they do change it up all the time, for at least the past handful or so of seasons, in the first few weeks they have been having either a non-elimination leg or one where the leg isn't over by the time the racers see Phil Keoghan.. We haven't seen either of those situations yet. Will we finally get one tonight?

While James and Abba were the first team to arrive at the pit stop, James opens this week's show two hours before he and Abba are due to leave the pit stop mentioning that before they left for the Race his dad was getting tests. He's had cancer for a number of years. James gets to chat with his wife who tells him that his dad's cancer is indeed stage 4 with no chance for remission. They have a good cry together. He then says it's good motivation for the Race. It was just fun and games before, and still is, but there will be a place in his heart where he's going to have a little more push.

James and Abba end up leaving the pit stop at 7:39 AM. Their clue tells them to make their way to the Jatrabari Market to find a vendor selling eggplant to get their next clue. They can't believe how crowded it is here in Bangladesh. They find a cab stand and start for the market. They want to keep their lead and hope to never see another team again. The “Long Hairs” find the vendor and receive another clue telling them to make their way to Ferry Ghat Road under a bridge to get their next clue.

Abbie and Ryan leave over two hours later at 9:41 AM. He mentions they want to be known as the strongest team to ever compete in the Race. He really wants the record of the most legs won that Rachel and Dave just earned with eight won legs. They've won two, so need to get going with this.

Sisters Natalie and Nadiya leave one minute later. They're the only all female team left and recognize that they're the only team without a powerhouse man or two men on it. They're not just hanging with them; they're beating them. It feels amazing, and they don't believe they're going anywhere.

James and Abba make it to the cluebox under the bridge and find a Roadblock. Hearing that it's a “heavy” task, James offers to take it on, as Abba was having problems with his knees after the last leg. One member from each team must use sticks and ropes to construct a rudimentary scale, then balance sticks on one side and stones on the other. Once it's in balance, they'll receive the next clue.

Forty years ago James was a Boy Scout and is trying to utilize those old lessons, despite the fact that throughout the 80s he promises he was no Boy Scout. Abba knows James is pretty good with the mechanical things. He doesn't get approved the first time out and observing the sample figures it has something to do with the type of ropes he used but can't figure out where to find the correct ropes.

The Sisters and Abbie/Ryan are arranging taxis at the same time. Natalie and Nadiya are saying they need to beat the “goras,” which they admit means “the white people.” They say it's not derogatory; it's just the color white. Sure, the word might not be derogatory, but the thought sure seems to be.

James finally finds the thinner ropes he was looking for and dresses down the local sitting there, telling him he could have told him those ropes were there. The other two teams are arriving at the market and start searching for the vendor. The sisters are the first to find him, followed by Abbie and Ryan.

Josh and Brent are the fourth team to leave at 10:53 AM. Josh mentions that he and Brent have been together for fourteen years. He likes to say together for ten and apart for four, as he still works in the city five days a week, then comes home for the weekends. Brent lives at the farm full time. It's become comfortable for them, and he knows that's not a good thing.

Rob and Kelley leave at 10:59 AM, and he says Kelley is playing a huge part in the Race. She's so quiet and reserved, but her competitiveness is amazing. She is a professional barrel racer at the rodeo and works really hard to be a winner. She'd rather come in under the radar, then take the money and go home.

Jaymes and James leave at 11:10 AM. James finally gets his scale approved and starts trying to create a balance. He says it's so close he can taste it. He gets it approved and they receive their next clue, a Detour – Straw Dogs or Bamboo Jungles.

In Straw Dogs, teams will whip unprocessed jute on a bed of giant nails to untangle the fibers. After twenty bales of this, they need to transfer it to the machines that will manufacture it into bags. At the end of the production line, they'll get the next clue. In Bamboo Jungle, teams will collect bamboo poles of various lengths and load them onto a rickshaw, then deliver them to a construction site. The Long Hairs decide to do bamboo.

Josh and Brent look for a cab while Abbie and Ryan are the next to arrive at the Roadblock. They decide it's not that heavy and that Abbie can do it, despite the fact she admits to not knowing what she's doing. Natalie and Nadiya arrive, and Nadiya decides to do it. Ryan is getting irritated with them again and starts shouting, “Go for the Brownies. Twinnies!” The sisters decide he's a tool. Abbie asks Nadiya if she's built a scale before, and she cracks that she has a “bloody third-world scale in the back of my garden” and that she ties her sister together.

Josh and Brent are still searching for a taxi stand and hope the Monster Truck team is having troubles as well. In fact they are, until they see James2 grab a cab. They hop in a cab as well and tell the driver to follow the other taxi.

What’s Hot on TV Tonight – World Series Continues

It's do or die time for the Detroit Tigers. They need to win tonight or forget it, as they're down 0-3 heading into tonight's game. They need to bring it. Catch up on your other favorite shows at TV-Links.

1. NFL Football. Carolina Panthers at Chicago Bears. 12:00 PM CT Fox

2. NASCAR Racing: Sprint Cup. Tums Fast Relief 500 from Martinsville Speedway in Martinsville, VA. 12:45 PM CT ESPN

3. Figure Skating. ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating: Skate Canada from Windsor, Ontario. 12:00 PM CT NBC

4. NFL Football. Oakland Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs. 3:00 PM CT CBS

5. 60 Minutes. The covered stories include the Asheboro, NC jobs and economy, missing, American historical treasures, and Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shahid Khan. 6:30 PM CT CBS

6. America's Funniest Home Videos. A Halloween-themed episode. 6:00 PM CT ABC

7. The Amazing Race. Racing through Bangladesh, the intense heat has teams crumbling, and one of the teams gets disappointing news from home. 7:30 PM CT CBS

8. Once Upon a Time. As Regina tries to hold off using magic to regain Henry's trust, she begins seeing a ghost from her past, Mary Margaret and Emma find an Ogre massacre survivor, and Regina has a difficult time learning the dark arts. 7:00 PM CT ABC

9. 2012 World Series. San Fancisco Giants at Detroit Tigers. 7:00 PM CT Fox

10. Making Monsters. In the first hour, the Distortions crew receives a call from Hollywood actor and Halloween fanatic, Dick Van Dyke, who wants a special creation made for his home haunt. He orders a 12-foot monster for his home, and the team must turn to newer, faster and lighter technology to get the piece made. In the season finale, Distortions takes on their biggest challenge yet: an enormous skeleton that takes haunters “to their deaths” in an underground attraction for Baltimore’s Creepywoods Haunted Forest. 7:00 PM CT Travel Channel

11. Big Rich Texas. Cindy's hands-off approach to parenting is attacked by the women, Kalyn is fired after flirting with coworkers, and Booger is unsure of his relationship with Whitney. 7:00 PM CT Style

12. Rehab with Dr. Drew. Ashleigh gets rushed to the hospital, Deanna admits to living through a horrible trauma, and a patient reveals a long-held secret. 7:00 PM CT VH1

13. NFL Football. New Orleans Saints at Denver Broncos. 7:15 PM CT NBC

14. The Good Wife. Lemond Bishop's accountant gets arrested, and Diane and Alicia need to figure out if the feds are going after his drug money or legal businesses, and Nick makes more trouble for Kalinda. 8:30 PM CT CBS

15. Revenge. Faces from the past show up in the Hamptons, bringing different trouble for Emily and Victoria, Jack's sense of duty increases, and Padma makes a move that has possible affects for Nolcorp. 8:00 PM CT ABC

16. Keeping Up with the Kardashians. Faces from the past show up in the Hamptons, bringing different trouble for Emily and Victoria, Jack's sense of duty increases, and Padma makes a move that has possible affects for Nolcorp. 8:00 PM CT E!

17. Oprah's Lifeclass. Pastor Joel Osteen talks about making the best of everyday circumstances. 8:00 PM CT OWN

18. The Real Housewives of Atlanta. Ever wonder about how #cray the ladies of Atlanta are off-camera? Who better than infamous ATL Housewives’ stylists, Miss Lawrence and Derek J to tell about all the wild drama they have seen and heard over the past four seasons. Viewers can check out a sneak peak of Season 5 during the special. 8:00 PM CT Bravo

19. Long Island Medium. Theresa has always lived with a fear of enclosed spaces, Larry discusses possibly camping, and a couple finds out the reason behind their daughter's death. In the second half hour, Theresa's dad has always been a little freaked out about her “gift,” so she invites him to a reading. 8:00 PM CT TLC

20. Snapped. A woman gets her 16-year-old son to help her put an end to her marriage. 8:00 PM CT Oxygen

21. Glam Fairy. Olivia is in high demand for a charity event, and Alexa tries to not hurt her mom's feeling after she offers her her wedding dress. 8:00 PM CT Style

22. The Walking Dead. After witnessing an accident, Andrea and Michonne are introduced to a new community of survivors. Meanwhile, back at the prison, as conflicts arise with their new acquaintances, a decision must be made. 8:00 PM CT AMC

23. Boardwalk Empire. Eli has hopes of getting back in Nucky's good graces, Gillian tries to help her future, and Gyp asks for a blessing in New York. 8:00 PM CT HBO

24. Dexter. New leads in the Wayne Randall case are found. 8:00 PM CT Showtime

25. The Mentalist. A look back on the first time Jane met Lisbon and the CBI team. 9:00 PM CT CBS

26. 666 Park Avenue. Olivia's lobby decorations are reminiscent of the bloody Halloween of 1929k, the staircase spirit targets Jane, GAve gets text messages that threaten Olivia, Brian questions Louis about Dr. Evans, and something of Gavin's goes missing. 9:00 PM CT ABC

27. Ice Loves Coco. Season premiere. Coco does a fashion show and faces her critics, and Ice and Coco can't agree on their new home. 9:00 PM CT E!

28. The Real Housewives of Miami. Lisa's Lingerie Party continues to spiral out of control when a guest is thrown into the pool, splashing water onto thousands of dollars of music equipment. With the music stopped, tempers rise as Joanna butts into a heated conversation between Adrianna and Karent, leading to the slap heard ‘round Miami! 9:00 PM CT Bravo

29. Breaking Amish. The group goes home to make the biggest decision of their lives, coming to being AMish/Mennonite or English, and they have to face their family and friends and possibly being shunned. 9:00 PM CT TLC

30. Finding Bigfoot: Further Evidence. The team goes to Minnesota to look into mysterious howls recorded at a nortorious Bigfoot hot spot. 8:00 PM CT Animal Planet

31. Bridezillas. Natalie Nunn flips out, and Danielle finds fault with her fiance. 9:00 PM CT WE

32. Treme. Sonny misses the boat, Antoine tries to get Jennifer reading help, Janette deals with corporate hell, Toni and L.P. Everett get a witness, and Desiree gets a new ally. 9:00 PM CT HBO

33. Homeland. Brody becomes a prisoner, Carrie plays second fiddle, and Estes tries keeping Jessica away. 9:00 PM CT Showtime

34. Married to Jonas. The Jonas and Deleasa family are together under one roof, and the Jonas Brothers record a new song. 9:30 PM CT E!

 

Project Runway All-Stars 2: Designers Seeking Redemption

Welcome to the second Project Runway:  All-Stars!  Thirteen designers from previous seasons descend on New York City to vie for the crown.  In case you haven’t heard, the returnees are Wendy Pepper (S1), Andrae Gonzalo (S2), Kayne Gillespie (S3), Suede Baum (S5), Althea Harper (S6), Emilio Sosa (S7), Peach Carr (S8), Casanova (S8), Ivy Higa (S8), Anthony Ryan Auld (S9), Laura Kathleen, (S9), and Joshua McKinley (S9).  As I said in an earlier article, I don’t think all of the listed contestants quality as All-Stars.  Early outs like Peach (11th place!) especially don’t strike me as All-Stars material.

We get the usual shots of the designers arriving and getting together.  Most of their DR’s have to do with how they should have won or at least gotten further in their respective seasons.  Wendy Pepper tells us that she’s here to “right the great wrong of Season One,” namely her failure to win.  So far the show sounds like Project RunwayRedemption Island, minus the island, of course.  Many of these designers feel like they have something to prove.

As the designers get together and size each other up, Casanova and Ivy are shocked to see each other.  Casanova works for Ivy these days and is understandably horrified to discover that he’s competing against his boss.  Whoops.  Uli tells us that she thinks Emilio and Althea will be her chief competition.  Other designers are astounded to find the infamous Wendy Pepper in their midst, and one of the guys likens her to a “Disney villain.”

Eventually, the designers make their way to the runway, where they are met by the model Carolyn Murphy, who is this season’s host.  She tells them this will be the “toughest All-Stars ever” and immediately sets out to prove her point by telling the designers there will be no immunity.  An off week can therefore get a designer sent home, even if they’d won the previous challenge.

Carolyn then describes the massive prize package.  The more usual prizes include a spread in Marie Claire, a sewing/embroidery studio from Brother and $150,000 in cash.  In addition, the winning designer will get a one-year stint at Marie Claire as a contributing editor, all-expense paid trips to Fashion Weeks around the world, office space from Hewlett Packard for one year, an HP technology suite, and a private label capsule collection with Nine West, who also provide the goodies for the show’s accessory wall.  The complete package is worth 3/4 of a million dollars.

Carolyn then sends the designers to meet with Joanna Coles, who will be reprising her role as mentor.  Joanna tells them that their first challenge will be a team challenge.  Cue the moans, groans, and eye-rolls.  Joanna then draws Kayne and Joshua’s names out of a black velvet bag and invites Kayne to start a school-yard pick’em, which ends with Wendy being left till  last.  Kayne’s team has Uli, Casanova, Ivy, Anthony Ryan, Althea, and Wendy.  Joshua gets Peach, Andrae, Suede, Laura, and Emilio.

Joanna then tells the teams that there will be no team captain.  Each team will be responsible for a mini-collection inspired by an “attitude,” like “confident” or “provocative.”  Each designer will be responsible for an outfit within the collection, and the looks have to be cohesive.  Each designer will have a budget of $250.00 to spend at Mood.

The two teams then caucus.  Joanna has helpfully provided a bulletin board with a list of words describing attitudes.  Kayne’s team chooses “confident” as their theme and decide to use leather and lace as their predominant materials.  Joshua’s team chooses “bold” and decide to use a lot of black and royal blue in their looks.  Then it’s off to Mood, where the designers track down their desired materials.  After quickly checking out their new workroom, the designers get to work.  Wendy tells us that she thinks Althea is a “Miss Bossypants.”

Joanna then comes in to make her rounds, starting with the folks on Team Bold.  She notes that Peach seems to be doubting herself, and Peach admits she’s an athletic gear designer who specializes in tennis clothes.  (What is Peach doing here, then?  Project Runway has had only one or two sports-themed challenges that I can remember.)

Over on Team Confident, Joanna nixes Anthony Ryan’s bowtie and says Uli’s studs remind her of a stegosaurus.  She tells Ivy that she was almost afraid to meet her because she’d been such a raging bitch during her season.  Ivy then tells Joanna about her business and money woes, which had gotten bad enough to cause her to volunteer at a soup kitchen so she could have access to the food.  Joanna also tells the folks on Team Confident that the combination of black leather and lace immediately make her think “hooker.”

After the critiques and the models’ fittings, the designer check out their penthouse apartments.  They find the usual champagne there and Joshua toasts Wendy for being one of the designers who paved the way in the first season.  He also seems to be acknowledging her status as a fellow villain for he adds, “Bitch to bitch.”

The next day, the designers get back to work.  Both teams start off by doing a quick status check to make sure nobody is horribly behind.  Anthony Ryan tells us that he thinks Uli and Emilio are threats.  The models come in for their fitting, and Andrae realizes he’s behind after all, and asks one of his fellows for help.  Emilio notes this and comments that Andrae is bad at time management.

On the runway, Carolyn welcomes the designers and introduces the judges.  The regular judges are Georgina Chapman and Isaac Mizrahi, who had both served on the first All-Stars.  The two guest judges are Rachel Roy, a fashion designer, and Mondo Guerra, the winner of the first All-Stars.

Team Bold is up first.  They could also be called “Team Bruise” or “Team Black and Blue,” as they used black and royal blue for all of their looks.  Emilio made a snug, knee-length blue dress with a cut-out in the front.  A strategically placed black bandeau is the only thing saving the model from indecency.

Peach made a very basic little black dress.  She tried to make it interesting by making the long sleeves two-toned.  It doesn’t work.

Andrae made a basic black mini-skirt– and then added a ridiculously elaborate top.  The base appears to be a simple halter-top.  Andrae then put a sheer black top with short sleeves over it.  Over that, he added a length of blue fabric that looped over the model’s neck and appeared to be sewn into the sides of the outfit.

Suede made a black and blue mini-skirt that seems to consist of handkerchiefs sewn together.  He also made a black top with plastic epaulets decorating the shoulders.  Laura made a long black skirt and a sleeveless blue top.  Joshua made billowy pants and a halter-top.

Team Confident is next, beginning with Ivy’s black leather shorts and creamy white jacket.  She made elbow patches out of black lace and put more black lace on the jacket’s sides.

Althea made a knee-length dress with a slit up the front.  It has neither sleeves nor shoulders.  She also made a long vest out of black lace.  Casanova made a black leather skirt with a bustier top.  He added a vest made of black leather, plus leggings.

Anthony Ryan’s look consists of skinny white pants and a sleeveless black top with a white collar and white shoulders.  The back of the shirt is the most surprising part, as it’s made of black lace.  Wendy made a (very) little black dress with a bustier and a bare back.

Kayne made a black jumpsuit with a corset-like bustier.  He also made a backless black dress out of some sheer, gauzy material.  Said dress has long sleeves and a train.  Uli made a draped white dress with a black yoke.

After the show, Carolyn announces that Team Confident won the competition, and that the winning designer will come from their ranks.  The season’s first casualty will come from Team Bold.  Anthony Ryan, Ivy, and Casanova had the highest scores, while Andrae, Peach, and Suede, have the lowest scores.  Carolyn then adds that Laura had had the highest score of anybody on Team Bold– and could have been the winning designer if she’d been on Team Confident.

The judges then start with Casanova, who tells them it would take a confident person to wear a dress made of black leather.  Heh.  Isaac loves the tights and Mondo thinks he took a risk by “mixing tones.”  It was a risk that paid off.  The judges think the outfit looks expensive, but needs a longer skirt.

Ivy wanted to make her version of an executive’s power suit.  Both Rachel and Georgina love the jacket, and Georgina notes that jackets are difficult to make properly, so a good one gets points in her book.  Isaac does not like the shorts, and Carolyn would have liked the jacket better without the lace cutouts.

Anthony Ryan wanted to surprise the judges.  Georgina did find the lacy back of his top surprising.  Rachel praises his look as both cool and wearable.  Isaac likes the skinny pants look, but adds the fit around the crotch needs work.

Suede wanted to use bold shapes in his look.  Mondo says he doesn’t like napkins on a skirt.  He thinks it’s sloppy.  Georgina thinks it looks like two dresses in one.

Peach basically apologizes for her look and explains she designs tennis outfits.  I repeat, why did she agree to be on the show?  Isaac thinks the sleeves are poorly fitted, and Rachel jokes that she should have used some of Suede’s napkins to liven it up.

The judges are simply confused by Andrae’s look, even by such minor details as how one would put it on.  Georgina points out that if he has to explain his design, there’s a problem.  The look is both messy and complicated.

After their deliberation, Carolyn then announce the judges’ decision.  Casanova is in, and Anthony Ryan is the winner.  Ivy  and Suede are in, leaving Andrae and Peach in the bottom.  Andrae is in, so Peach is out.

Upcoming weeks:  There will be a show on or near a battleship, and the designers go to Paris.

 

Survivor: Philippines – Episode 6 – Let’s Make A Deal!

Every once in a while I get to say this, and I am always surprised when it happens. Perhaps I should stop being surprised. But, we are in Season 25 of Survivor and something happened which never happened before. And frankly, I love it. This really just proves that the Survivor formula simply works. By putting 16-20 people together in this format, with crazy challenges, you put them in situations where something unexpected is bound to happen. In this case, we got some good old fashioned wheeling and dealing between the tribes.

The Reward Challenge (welcome back to the game RCs) was a classic Survivor theme. Pit contestants against one another in a challenge where the main object is to wrestle and slam each other to the ground. The task itself is a bit of a MacGuffin. The purpose is to have some violence, arguments, and potentially some removed bathing suits. In this one, three members had to move a Large Wicker Ball across a very, very muddy field to a goal. The first tribe to three wins a reward of dryness, sandwiches, soups, chips and brownies. And as we learn later, letters from home, but teams do not know that. Tandang sits out Artis and RC. So in theory, Abinormal actually gets to play. However…

…that was not meant to be. The first matchup pitted Blair/PBP/Skupin against Penner/Carter/Denise. To sum it up – Carter and PBP kept body slamming each other. Mostly PBP body slamming Carter. Blair grabbed a hold of Denise and wouldn’t let go, no matter how much the therapist writhed. Penner and Skupin focused on the Large Wicker Ball before getting into it themselves. To prevent Skupin from moving the ball, Penner got awfully close to, well, his Skupins, as he reached underneath the Outback veteran to grab some wicker and give some wedgies. In return, Skupin chose to sit down. So, to recap. PBP and Carter wrestled, Blair and Denise wrestled, Penner had Skupin’s crotch, and Skupin was sitting on Penner’s face.
Best line? Skupin – “This is like heaven.” Penner – “Yeah, it’s like something.” HA!!

And then, they sat. Frozen. For an hour. No movement. Essentially, they beat each other up to the point that their exhausted bodies were spent. The lack of any traction whatsoever thanks to the mud made it impossible to move the LWB anywhere. This was an impasse. The only way to move the ball at this point would be for one team to give up. And that’s where Penner and Skupin went to work. Penner suggested a deal where Kalabaw would win the reward. What would it take?

Earlier, we got a glimpse of Tandang camp life where Skupin is oblivious to the anger surrounding him from The Most Obnoxious Alliance on Earth. PBP, Artis and Abinormal are bitching about Skupin, because that’s what they do. At least, in this case, they have a point. Skupin keeps eating the raw rice, claiming that it will cook in your body. And, um, I’m no chef, but I don’t think your stomach works the way he thinks it does. So, their rice supply is running very low.

So, presented with a swap option, Skupin suggests the challenge for the remainder of Kalabaw’s rice. And the tribes began to debate it. Tandang looked to Artis for thoughts since it appears they wanted to win the challenge to give him a birthday celebration. He didn’t want to give up. Big words from the guy sitting out the challenge. Did he not see the impasse before them? Probst tells the tribes that for the deal to take place, the tribes must all agree. That means Artis, PBP, Carter and all of the others who later complained said yes. If they thought the deal stunk for them – they should have said no. They only have themselves to blame.

As for me, my knee jerk reaction was that this was a terrible deal for Kalabaw. They get the big feast, but give up all food reserves in the process. It seemed like a huge gamble. Penner especially took on immense risk by not only proposing the deal, but by selling it with a claim to be able to catch fish. Should he fail – and he basically did – that is huge reason to vote him out. They also are gambling that they can bridge the gap to the looming merge with fish, foraging, and the feast.

That’s a big risk for a tribe already down in numbers to potentially compete on very empty stomachs. What we didn’t know until later is that Kalabaw’s rice supply was quite low as well. They had barely enough to get through the next cycle of days to the potential merge. Tandang also risked the Curse of the Blown Challenge which has burned so many tribes in the past. So, the bottom line – it was a good deal. Both sides took risks, both sides earned gains.

However, Carter sure complained a lot, albeit verrrrrry, verrrrry slooooooowwwlllllyyyyy. Man, this guy takes a week to finish a sentence. Also complaining? All of Tandang’s Evil Alliance. Not sure what Blair is doing with that trio – they are insufferable, and she’s pretty interesting. Malcolm tried to “put a positive spin on it” and was literally taken aback by the hissing and venom from the tribe. Not literal venom, but he visibly moved his body backward after speaking as if to avoid the bad energy from this group.

Penner failed to spear a wayward sting ray and then set out to fish in deeper water. He got nothing but a couple of tiny bites. That meant the tribe would head to the challenge, presumably rather hungry.

Immunity Challenge – Another classic Survivor challenge. One member launches a ball with a giant slingshot, while the others try to catch them in the net. It doesn’t matter which color ball you catch, it is a point. The four pairs of outfielders start off by grasping a pole (shut up) together and can only move once the ball is in the air. The first team to five points wins. Of course, Abinormal sits out for Tandang, along with Skupin. Blair and Denise are the launchers. The paired off catchers are – Artis/Penner, Malcolm/Carter, Kent/PBP, and RC/Katie. In a nutshell, Artis and Katie are useless. Neither do anything at all – Katie is only mentioned when she forgot to “put her hand on the pole.” Heh. (Shut up – let me have this). Carter is only mentioned because once again PBP is wiping the floor with him – not literally this time. Penner lands the first one before PBP and RC simultaneously catch the next two points. Kent intercepts PBP for the tie. Kent spent a career getting under pop ups in the infield – albeit not often fighting with a younger, fitter man to catch said pop ups – so one would expect he’d be the star of the challenge. After Kent catches the third and fourth point for Kalabaw, it appears he will be the star, as the tribe now lead 4-2. At this point, Skupin calls in some advice – Blair just should keep shooting it over to Malcolm. Why was this not the original strategy?

Of course, Malcolm makes short work of Carter on two in a row, meanwhile Kent dropped the potential game winning catch. With the score tied and the next point deciding the winner, Kalabaw switches Kent over to defend Malcolm and even that battle up. However, Kent flails and misses, while Malcolm scoops up the fifth and deciding point. Boom. Look how much has changed thanks to the 50-50 chance of the buff pull between Malcolm and Denise. Tandang got a challenge monster, and Kalabaw got a jinx. I love Denise, but she will now be attending every single Tribal Council possible. And if she goes deep post-merge, she could be a part of every one for the season.

Amazing Race 21 – Ep 4 – C’Mon Twinnie!! Long, Strong and Hard!

A strange thing began to happen during this week’s Amazing Race – the team I think the show wants me to root for began to annoy me to epic proportions, while the team I think I am not supposed to like began to grow on me quite a bit. This phenomenon truly took form two other times in Race history. The first was the Charla/Mirna vs. Colin/Christie battle in Season 5. The world loved the cousin team, except for me. They were nails on the chalkboard whenever they spoke, and Mirna was just as much of a villain, if not more of one, than Colin. The worst things Colin did were to himself and his own team (i.e. almost going to jail for failing to pay a cabbie). I rooted hard for the girls to lose and for the intense Texan to win that season and would have loved for C&C Music Factory to have come back for All-Stars (supposedly Christie’s pregnancy held them back)

Again, in Season 7 I think we were meant to root against Rob/Amber and root for the snarky Lynn/Alex. Instead, I found the cattiness of the boys to be too much, while Romber ran far from a villainous Race. Their big villain moment – not stopping to check on Breg after their car crash. Which, in theory, was just racing. Again, I was against the grain on that one.

This season, I feel as if the editing wants us to root for the Twins. They are shown in such a way that I think the editors would like us to pull for their enthusiasm. But the opposite is working on me. I want to ram a sewing needle through my eye every time they talk. I am sick of every Sri Lankan reference they make – it’s like S7’s Ron constantly talking about Iraq. It’s becoming a drinking game. The ladies speak like a bad cheerleading squad all the time – specifically one which was erased of all memory and thought and are only now beginning to relearn the English language and require constant repetition to fire up the ole neurons in the brain.

Wanna hear the most annoying sound? C’mon Twinnie!!!!

Meanwhile, at one point the Twins called Team Apprentice a couple of idiots, and another time called them psychotic. Am I alone in wondering what > alternate amber-inundated universe they are living in? Nothing I have seen of Apprentice makes me think villain from those two. Even their self-proclamed intensity has yet to make its way on screen. In fact, they had an incredibly endearing moment during the Detour. When they chose to construct a mattress, they did so because of Abbie’s experience during her one year at the Fashion Institute. Ryan was wise enough to step back, praise her skills and tell her to tell him what to do. This was no alpha male ego problems taking hold here – it was team first. Now, I don’t know what those broad hand gestures they were doing at the beginning of the leg were all about. That was weird. I couldn’t tell if they were landing a plane, playing a bad game of charades with Phil or telling me I needed to steal second base.
Even Apprentice and the other teams have begun to grow tired of Team Twinnie’s…volume. During the Roadblock, several of them looked about ready to start shoving that bus spackle down the Twins’ constantly-open pie holes. The best part was Abbie’s fake gun blast to the head in the background as the Twins went on and on. > Their volume not only goes to 11 – it stays at 11. As George Carlin once said about the broken air conditioning – it’s either effin’ on, or effin’ off. Pick one. I pick effin’ off, please.

Anyway, the Race went from Indonesia to Bangladesh which could be renamed “The Country Without A Sanitation Department.” You know you’re country is filthy when the Amazing Race task assigned to your region is cleaning up dead rats. I mean, it doesn’t even have roads in some places in the capitol city! This leg may have featured the dirtiest inhabited city ever on the show. More than anything from India. At least, that’s the way it looked to me.

Speaking of the rats, the Hairs were the lucky team this week to take part in the Fast Forward. I still lament the loss of the weekly Fast Forward option. They had to go to three locations and collect several dead rats as part of the cleanup of the city’s vermin problem. You know you have a dirty city when the term “vermin problem” is used and reality show contestants are recruited to help out. The one thing interesting to me was that there really wasn’t much of a search for the rodent corpses involved. They were just kind of placed in a pot upon arrival at the location. I think it would have been some interesting visuals to have the two of them looking around the sewers and visible piles of trash looking for the bodies, or even better, have them chase them down and bludgeon them with their backpacks.

Although, if my kid went trick or treating and got a bag full of rats, well, > even Charlie Brown would be offended.

But they found the rats – the real rats, not the proverbial ones from the music industry – and made their way in first place. That FF finish kept Team Apprentice out of the top spot for the third time in four weeks. Make no mistake – they are going to be a force this season, barring some random event or unexpected unforced error. I can see them and Magic Mike battling it out down the stretch for the win. And how interesting would that be – Apprentice with a shot at $2 million. Only Sandra from Survivor has pulled that off and she had to starve herself for about 80 days to get that done
Meanwhile, Fantasy Island struggled. Again. Gary is a superfan – and as a fellow superfan, I appreciate that. And I have no idea how good or bad I would perform on the Race. My issues with directions would probably lead to some serious car meltdown at some point. However, Fantasy Island did not do well on anything in four legs. This was an overmatched team – and one that appeared defeated before this leg even began. I liked these guys a lot, but this was a very poor Race team.

What’s Hot on TV Tonight – President Obama on Jay Leno

With the President Debates now over, it's time for the candidates to get out there are do some serious stumping. President Obama is on Jay Leno tonight. Mitt Romney is nowhere to be found, but Bill O'Reilly is on David Letterman. Check out your other favorite shows at TV-Links.

1. The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Helen Hunt, Mason Cook, and No Doubt are the guests. Syndicated, check local listings.

2. 2012 World Series. Game 1. Detroit Tigers at San Francisco Giants. 6:30 PM CT Fox

3. Survivor: Philippines. A reward challenge has Survivors competing in a down-and-dirty battle, and an unprecedented move is made by opposing tribes. 7:00 PM CT CBS

4. Animal Practice. George is threatened by Jill's presence at the hospital, as he tries to sabotage one of her operations, and Dorothy acts as judge for the Halloween pet costume contest. 7:00 PM CT NBC

5. The Middle. Sue practices driving and accidentially drives over Axl's foot, Axl look forward to voting, and Brick ogoes . 7:00 PM CT ABC

6. Arrow. One of Oliver's targets is killed, and he looks for the responsible person, and Tommy and Laurel get caught in an awkward situation. 7:00 PM CT CW

7. Dateline on OWN. Internet con artists. 7:00 PM CT OWN

8. Guys with Kids. Nick and the new co-op board president go to war when she forbids his annual Halloween decorations. 7:30 PM CT NBC

9. The Neighbors. The Weavers introduce the aliens to Halloween, and Amber, Max, and Abby reject the costume idea of Marty and Debbie. 7:30 PM CT ABC

10. Criminal Minds. The BAU team goes after an amateur surgeon who amputates the limbs of his victims, and Reid's calls to a mystery woman create intrigue. 8:00 PM CT CBS

11. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Cragen, Munch, and Benson are reminded by a boy's kidnapping of a cold case from thirteen years ago. 8:00 PM CT NBC

12. Modern Family. Claire must keep her Halloween enthusiasm under wraps and keep everything kid-friendly, Phil does an open house on Halloween, Mitch and Cam host a costume party, and Gloria's hormones make her more quick-tempered than her usual. 8:00 PM CT ABC

13. Supernatural. Dean and Sam look into a strange murder in a college town, and they find two dead bodies and disturbing video footage. 8:00 PM CT CW

14. Ghost Hunters. TAPS investigates a local factory turned bar that serves patrons from the other side. 8:00 PM CT Syfy

15. Toy Hunter. Jordan Hembrough travels to Tennessee to replenish his inventory. 8:00 PM CT Travel Channel

16. The Houstons Remember Whitney. In the first half hour, the family gets together for their first Mother's Day without Whitney, and Bobbi Kristina makes an unexpected announcement. In the second half hour, Pat tries to involve Bobbi Kristina in career activities and family, and but worries about the possibility of problems. 8:00 PM CT Lifetime

17. Suburgatory. Tessa convinced Dalia and her friends to come up with feminist-inspired Halloween costumes, she attracts the attention of the Chatswin witch, Noah and George dress as each other, and George gets the wrong idea when Dallas asks him out. 8:30 PM CT ABC

18. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. A famous music historian is murdered and has an emotional impact on Sanders. 9:00 PM CT CBS

19. Chicago Fire. Casey needs to decide whether to turn in a cop's son who paralyzed a teen while drunk driving, Severide finds he has a fractured vertebra, and Mills is torn between his mom and the job. 9:00 PM CT NBC

20. Nashville. Rayna finds out her family could become financially ruined, Juliette asks Deacon to write and tour with her exclusively, and Juliette's mom comes back into her life. 9:00 PM CT ABC

21. American Horror Story: Asylum. An exorcist is called to Briarcliff to save a farm boy, and Sister Jude's darkest secret is revealed. 9:00 PM CT FX

22. Paranormal Witness. Newlyweds finds sinister secrets and the former occupants of the house they just purchased. 9:00 PM CT Syfy

23. Life After Top Chef. Fabio jets to New York for a celebrity chef appearance on Good Morning America, and is welcomed back to the big apple by hundreds of screaming Times Square admirers. Life after top chef doesn’t seem so bad, now does it? Later on, frustrated by her unsuccessful restaurant venture, Jen and Spike road trip to Philly. Will the moonshine they share cause for the flirty friends to become chefs with benefits?! 9:00 PM CT Bravo

24. Food Paradise. The episode features the best ‘wurst, bangers, patties and links across the country, including rattlesnake tube steak in southern California, long smokeys in Texas and a heaping helping of Germany in Milwaukee. 9:00 PM CT Travel Channel

25. My Life Is a Lifetime Movie. A woman begs for her husband to be returned after he disappears. 9:00 PM CT Lifetime

26. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. The guests tonight include President Barack Obama and No Doubt. 10:35 PM CT NBC

 

What’s Hot on TV Tonight – 2nd Half of Dancing with the Stars

The first half of Dancing with the Stars last night was pretty impressive. Will tonight's second half, minus the weekly eliminations fair the same? Catch up with all the TV you may have missed at TV-Links.

1. The Ellen DeGeneres Show. LL Cool J, Portia de Rossi, Jerry O'Connell, Victoria Jackson, and Ali Guthy are today's guests. Syndicated, check local listings.

2. NCIS. A disastrous crash ends a helicopter crew's training missing, and the NCIS team needs to determine what happened and find the missing pilot, and Ziva dares McGee and Tony. 7:00 PM CT CBX

3. The Voice. More battle competitions 7:00 PM CT NBC

4. Dancing with the Stars. The couples dance to guilty pleasure songs, and also break into two groups for a group dance. 7:00 PM CT ABC

5. Hart of Dixie. Zoe tries to keep it casual with Wade, but gets jealous when she sees him with another woman, Lavon lets Lemon work as his campaign manager, and Brick and Magnolia have a hard time getting household chores done without Lemon 7:00 PM CT CW

6. Raising Hope. With Jimmy and Sabrina on a marriage retreat, Virginia, Burt, Tamara, and her lover tab long, and Barney babysits Maw Maw. 7:00 PM CT Fox

7. Pretty Little Liars. The girls find trouble when they board the Rosewood Ghost Train on Halloween, and Adam Lambert sings Trespassing and Cuckoo. 7:00 PM CT ABC Family

8. Giuliana & Bill. A professional decorate is asked to work on the baby's nursery, Bill looks for a Chicago home, and Giuliana wants motherly advice from Mama DePandi. 7:00 PM CT Style

9. Ben and Kate. Kate wants Ben to be ready for potential emergencies, Ben's crazy ex visits, and B.J. begins developing feelings for her boss. 7:30 PM CT Fox

10. NCIS: Los Angeles. A Senatorial candidate's staff member is run over and killed while crossing the street, and the team has to figure out whether it was an accident or a murder that could put others in danger. 8:00 PM CT CBS

11. Go On. Ryan reluctantly goes along on a scavenger hunt for his birthday, Sonia tends to STeven after he has a colonoscopy, and Anne and Mr. K bond. 8:00 PM CT NBC

12. Happy Endings. Season premiere. Dave and Alex being seeing each other again, Max helps Penny after an accident puts her in a full body cast, but tries to impede her recovery when he gets a crush on her physical therapist, and Brad tries to keep a secret from Jane. 8:00 PM CT ABC

13. Dr. Emily Owens, M.D./span> Emily considers an unorthodox method to get a procedure approved quickly when a patient's life is in danger, and Micah sees a new person spending time with his mom during her chemo. 8:00 PM CT CW

14. New Girl./span> After Jess has a wild night out with Cece and her friends, she has to fill in for Cece at a car show, and Schmidt gets Nick a cookie, making the guys question what defines male friendship. 8:00 PM CT Fox

15. Face Off. The contestants create original makeups based on the drama Grimm. 8:00 PM CT Syfy

16. Airport 24/7. Law enforcement and MIA staffers ratchet up security for Air Force One's arrival to MIA. That means no flights can depart and no flights can land – everything comes to a complete standstill. Meanwhile, a swarm of bees infiltrates a gate, halting planes from moving in the area – including the soon-to-arrive Air Force One. Later, a car crashes into the canal leaving the driver shaken and the vehicle totaled. At the same time, tensions are running high when five passengers scheduled to catch an international flight are stuck in an elevator. 8:00 PM CT Travel Channel

17. Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition. American Extremes is the theme of the dancers duets, a classically-trained dancer has a hard time with hip hop, and painful memories are shared. 8:00 PM CT Lifetime

18. Tia & Tamera. Tia loses perspective when she plants Cree's first birthday very elaborately, and Tamera calls in a dog behavioral expert when her older dog begins acting strangely. 8:00 PM CT Lifetime

19. The New Normal. Bryan begins thinking about Roman Catholic traditions and gets advice from a local priest, and David and Bryan want Victoria and Tiffany to be their baby's godparents. 8:30 PM CT NBC

20. Don't Trust the B—– in Apartment 23. Season premiere. James goes against Chloe's advice and tries to facilitate a Dawson's Creek reunion. 8:30 PM CT ABC

21. The X Factor. The judges reveal which acts advance. 8:30 PM CT Fox

22. Vegas. The local Milwaukee crew goes after Savino after both attempt investing in the same casino, and Sheriff Lamb investigates the murder of a maid who is connected to one of the town's wealthiest businessmen. 9:00 PM CT CBS

23. Parenthood. Kristina is upset to find that Max is giving a speech on the same day as her surgery, Drew doesn't agree with Sarah's decision to move in with Mark, and Ryan asks out Amber. 9:00 PM CT NBC

24. Private Practice. A little girl goes missing from the ER, Addison and Jake disagree over one of his patients, a new doctor starts at Saint Ambrose, and Stephanie asks Sam about Addison. 9:00 PM CT ABC

25. Covert Affairs. Eyal and his boss asks for assistance from the CIA in tracking a Mossad asset. 9:00 PM CT USA

26. Sons of Anarchy. Jax takes matters into his own hands and things to sideways. 9:00 PM CT FX

27. Hot Set. The final four contestants compete to create a headquarters worthy of a comic book villain. 9:00 PM CT Syfy

28. Oprah: Where Are They Now? Rodney King's last interview, and catching up with Kato Kaelin and Shannon Faulkner. 9:00 PM CT OWN

29. Flipping Out. Jenni’s wedding day is finally here, and Jeff’s entire crew flies out to Chicago to take part in her celebration! In typical Jeff Lewis style, the drama follows them all the way there. Jeff butts heads with Jenni’s wedding planner right off the bat, but is Jeff right to accuse him of dropping the ball on her big day? Later on, Jeff gets put on the spot during Jenni’s reception dinner, and rebuts by inappropriately referencing her past marriage… 9:00 PM CT Bravo

30. Prank My Mom. A mom gets mistaken for a prostitute, pictures of one mom's feet are posted on the Internet, and a daughter's boyfriend pursues her mom. 9:00 PM CT Lifetimep>31. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. The guests tonight are Denzel Washington, Richard Engel, and The Wombats. 10:35 PM CT NBC