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Thursday, Dec. 29th
Happy New Year, Charlie Brown (ABC, 8 pm) While other members of the Peanuts gang plan a holiday celebration, Charlie Brown struggles with “War and Peace”.
I think there’s mad sexual tension between Charlie Brown and Lucy.
Vampire Diaries (CW, 8 pm) Elena is left feeling conflicted after Rebekah opens up to her; Tyler’s behavior shocks Matt and Caroline; in hope of outsmarting Klaus, Damon becomes a part of a dangerous partnership.
Is this the one where they sparkle? Or is it the one with Anna Paquin’s gappy teeth? Or is it the one with Lestat? No, Rick Springfield is in it, right?
Erin Burnett OutFront (CNN, 8 pm) It’s Erin Burnett’s turn to step out front and try to maintain a viable viewer presence for CNN in the early evening weekday news arena.
I finished my anger management classes and I’ve been sober for 18 days. Please come home to daddy, Erin.
Parks and Recreation (NBC, 8:30 pm) Leslie uses her new tourist attraction to spend more time with Ben; Ron and April encourage Andy to further his education; Chris assigns a logo redesign to Tom and Jerry.
Unfortunately, Ben is not ‘this high’ and must wait to enjoy Leslie’s tourist attraction until his next growth spurt.
Bones (Fox, 9 pm) Booth and Brennan go under cover to find out what happened to a man whose remains were found lodged in the pinsetter at a bowling lane.
And the tragic story of “Pins” McCoy comes to an end.
Beyond Scared Straight (A&E, 9 pm) Siblings from Virginia are exposed to life behind cars.
Before A&E fixed the typo, the troubled siblings were made to chase a GMC Gremlin, and then were dragged behind it.
Three Inches (Syfy, 9 pm) The premise is that the central character can move anything with his mind, but only for a distance of three inches. This character recruits a team of similarly underachieving mutants.
Man, Syfy is the joke that just keeps on writing itself.
Biography (Bio, 10 pm) Natalie Portman has never been afraid to ask for what she wants; the outspoken choices she makes on a regular basis.
Apparently, a cat had gotten her tongue when she read the script for Phantom Menace.
Alaska: The Last Frontier (Discovery, 10 pm) The Kilcher family, who live on a 600-acre homestead in Alaska, braces for another brutal winter.
Unless they have 36 kids, are Mormons, or are neighbors of the Palins, nobody cares.
Beavis and Butthead (MTV, 10 pm) Beavis and Butt-head get trapped in an elevator.
Spoiler Alert: There is flatulence and endless giggling.