Further evidence that TV never dissapoints: Tonight’s offering includes a Heroes trip to Mexico (Sprin Break woooo), a delousing of Jack Bauer (who’s now got nothing to lose), and an important history lesson on awesomely brutal Roman war tactics (Caesar-style). Only complaint: not in 3D (3D rocks). Your preview after (the break).
Last week, Danko received a little present from an anonymous donor; Rebel was up to some more antics; Parkman had to find a way to save Daphne; and Hiro and Ando discovered that baby Matt has powers. Tonight, Nathan and Claire hide out in Mexico after Nathan’s ability is exposed. Elsewhere, Danko enacts his plan to destroy those with abilities, with help from an unlikely source; and Angela and Peter make strides toward forgiveness while holed up in a church.
Last week, the FBI ramps up its search for Jack when he’s blamed for Sen. Blaine Meyer’s death. Meanwhile Jack and Tony hunt for a bioweapon at a shipyard, and Olivia Taylor’s ambitious political decisions prompt calls for changes in her mother’s administration. Tonight, the FBI collaborates with other agencies as theories linking Starkwood and Sangala begin to emerge and thousands of lives are placed in jeopardy.
Last week explored the biblical Battle of Jericho, in which the Israelites, led by Joshua, seized the walled city. Tonight, in ‘Caesar: Super Siege,’ Julius Caesar’s Siege of Alesia in 52 B.C. is recalled
–Listed Below from Best to Worst–
Letterman 1130/1030c CBS
Seth Rogen, Tom Dressen, Adele
Jimmy Fallon 1235/1135c NBC
Bill Hader, Emma Roberts, Glasvegas
Jimmy Kimmel 1205/1105c ABC
The Rock, Kristen Stewart, The Dream
Leno 1135/1035c NBC
Vin Diesel, Lisa Lamparelli, Gavin DeGraw
Craig Ferguson 1235/1135c CBS
William Shatner, Regina King
—no new Conan until June 1st —
Happy Viewings– Screenjunkies.com