Wednesday, Jan. 18th
Whitney (ABC, 8 pm) Happily unmarried Whitney (Whitney Cummings) and Alex (Chris D’Elia) seek advice from their friends when they realize they are close to relationship boredom.
Well, at least their circle of friends isn’t an adorably quirky bunch. Oh.
American Idol (Fox, 8 pm) Auditions in Atlanta.
Criminal Minds (CBS, 9 pm) Reid wonders if he could be doing more with his abilities.
Welcome to my private hell, Reid.
Crackberry’d: The Truth About Information Overload (CNBC, 9 pm) How the rise of modern technology may be harming peoples relationships, minds and safety.
Not to mention their spelling.
Revenge (ABC, 10 pm) Nolan makes Emily think cautiously about her actions.
Emily, you are a sexy blonde revenge machine. Caution is not what we want from you.
Top Chef: Texas (Bravo, 10 pm) The chefs must create a meal that embodies evil; Charlize Theron is a guest judge.
Charlize Theron: the face of modern evil.
Inside Nature’s Giants (PBS, 10 pm) Dissection of a sperm whale’s organs; tracking whales in the Azores.
Turns out that, relative to their size, sperm whales produce no more sperm than any other critter.
Law & Order: SUV (NBC, 10 pm) When the detectives investigate the sexual assault of the executive of a private military-contract company, they discover a larger conspiracy in Iraq.
Which makes for a lot of nostril flaring, because their authority doesn’t extend much beyond one precinct in Manhattan.
Toddlers & Tiaras (TLC, 10 pm) The Universal Royalty Hollywood Pageant.
Controversy is still swirling around the winner, who was doping with a cocktail of Red Bull, 5-Hour Energy, Jolt, and double espresso sweetened with 3 Pixie Sticks to stop her from crying when she drank it.
By the time she comes out, I’ll be over the state line.
Find Our Missing (TVOne, 10 pm) A five year old disabled boy left outside a car.
Maybe he got tired of waiting and drove away.