Wednesday, Dec. 14th
Ghost Hunters (SYFY, 7 pm) The crew investigates a town overrun by paranormal events.
And yet, they manage to catch exactly nothing on film.
The Rosie Show (OWN, 7 pm) Rosie O’Donnell’s big return to television comes in the form of “The Rosie Show” for Oprah Winfrey’s OWN Network.
No, I don’t know how she scored that hot lipstick lesbian, either.
Survivor: South Pacific (CBS, 8 pm) When five original Upolu members turn on each other, things become tense at the camp.
It suddenly becomes obvious to the players that only one of them can win, and the game gets real.
Beavers All Access (Root 9:30 pm) An inside look at Oregon State athletics, focusing on football and basketball.
Oh. “Beavers” as in the Oregon Beavers. I knew that.
I Hate My Teenage Daughter (Fox, 9:30 pm) As the girls get ready for the father-daughter dance, Jack prepares to be a stand-in if Matt bails on Sophie; Mackenzie worries that Nikki will embarrass her.
Mackenzie left her retainer in my room last night.
Barbara Walters Presents the 10 Most Fascinating People of 2011 (ABC, 9:30 pm) The journalist interviews some of the year’s top newsmakers, including the Kardashian family, Simon Cowell, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet; Derek Jeter; Donald Trump; and Katy Perry and Pippa Middleton.
Yeah, Katy Perry. Making that headline news.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (CBS, 10 PM) When Dr. Robbins’ wife finds a nude corpse in their bedroom, it begins an investigation.
I should hope so!
Lady Hoggers (A&E, 10 pm) Julie and Christie team up with a colleague to catch a “phantom hog”; Gary and the local sheriff take action to eliminate hogs from the highway.
If you can read this, the bitch fell off.
Top Chef: Texas (Bravo, 10 pm) The chefs pair up to cook for famous chefs who love to hunt.
And they are horrified to learn that cute animals are killed to provide meat.
The Soup (E!, 10 pm) Host Joel McHale offers a comic recap of the week’s major events in the worlds of entertainment, sports and politics.
McHale, if I wanted to watch Community, I would have watched Community. Now get your unfunny ex-costars the hell off The Soup.