Whale extinction, stem cell research, sustainability, and Nicolas Cage. Tonight's TV Preview are all causes once championed by Jerry Bruckheimer. CHECK OUT WHAT TO WATCH AFTER THE JUMP NOTE: ALL TIMES EASTERN AND PACIFIC!!!
Whale extinction, stem cell research, sustainability, and Nicolas Cage. Tonight's TV Preview are all causes once championed by Jerry Bruckheimer.
CHECK OUT WHAT TO WATCH AFTER THE JUMP
NOTE: ALL TIMES EASTERN AND PACIFIC!!!
BIG IDEAS FOR A SMALL PLANET
Network: Sundance Channel
Time: 8 - 8:30PM
Reasons to watch: This episode focuses on sustainable furniture with a look at chairs and dressers made out of recycled cardboard. Just think, all this time we've been weirded out by the homeless when they had the right idea all along. If you really cared about the environment, you'd be wearing a tin foil necktie and flipping your middle finger up at passing cars.
EXPLORER: KINGDOM OF THE BLUE WHALE
Network: National Geographic
Time: 8 - 9PM
Reasons to watch: A team of scientists track the nearly extinct blue whales to their rarely seen wintering grounds. If you're into nature, this looks like a pretty cool front row seat that few people ever get to experience in person. And it's inexplicably narrated by Magnum P.I. himself, Tom Selleck.
NATIONAL TREASURE: BOOK OF SECRETS
Time: 8 - 10PM
Reasons to watch: Watch Nicolas Cage in one of his more ridiculous action performances as he returns to the character of Ben Franklin Gates. In one sequence, Gates intentionally runs a traffic light while holding up an artifact so that the traffic camera will photograph it. From there he merely has to hack into the traffic mainframe to retrieve the picture. That chain of events is simutaneously retarded and more retarded. I would expect something like that from Vin Diesel not from a guy who somehow won an Oscar.
Time: 9 - 10PM
Reasons to watch: On a new episode of Warehouse 13 Pete and Myka take on a dead agent's unfinished mission. It's gotta be heart-breaking to not complete your life's work. I hate leaving things unfin
Network: Comedy Central
Time: 9 - 10PM
Reasons to watch: If I had to choose my all-time favorite episode of South Park it would probably be tonight's episode 'Kenny Dies'. Things take a turn for the melodramatic when Kenny falls ill with an incurable disease. The boys put their differences aside and Cartman springs into action to convince Congress to legalize stem cell research. I could watch this all day. And I think I will thanks to South Park Studios. Bring me Cheetos and hold my calls.