Wednesday, Jan. 11
One Tree Hill (CW, 8 pm) Clay and Quinn encounter a mysterious problem.
No matter what they try, their DVR just will not tape the Venture Bros.
Nature (PBS, 8 pm) Street-smart kangaroos move into Australia’s capital city.
“Clean and sober. Have a mate and joeys. Anything helps. God bless!”
Suburgatory (ABC, 8:30 pm) George re-examines his relationship with Dallas.
Your climate sucks, you have a crime problem, and I’m a vegan. It’s just not working, Dallas, can’t you see that?
Nova (PBS, 9pm) British engineer Barnes Wallis invents a bouncing bomb which was used to destroy two dams in Germany during World War II.
But after those first two hits, Wallis never made it onto the Top 40 charts again.
I Cloned My Pet (TLC, 9 pm) Dog cloners willing to do anything to bring their beloved pooches back from the dead.
I tried the old Indian burial ground, but Bandit kept coming back evil!
Revenge (ABC, 10 pm) Emily targets an author with ties to the Graysons and the Clarkes.
Emily needs a hobby; perhaps something that doesn’t rhyme with “the Draysons”.
Law & Order: SVU (NBC, 10 pm) The detectives investigate a rape of an actress during a theater production.
Benson always makes really sound decisions when she’s working a rape case.
Top Chef: Texas (Bravo, 10 pm) Chefs split into teams to create a restaurant from scratch.
I predict Tom Colicchio stinkface.
American Restoration (History, 10:30 pm) Tyler is challenged to restore a 1940′s chocolate bar vending machine.
But he only has six hours to do it, he can’t use tools, and he’s sharing his workspace with a kindergarten class.
Toddlers & Tiaras (TLC, 10 pm) Makenzie faces sisters Kaylie and Brooke as well as Hailey, who is trained by a professional drag queen.
Soon after this episode aired, Makenzie became a ward of the state.