For the week of February 23-March 1: Barack speaks! Plus this week's Lost is one of Darlton's favorites and Brothers & Sisters goes an extra hour. Online, check out the latest from Cupid, and all the glitz and glamour from the Oscars Red Carpet.
What to watch on television:
Monday, 9:00 p.m. Fox
24 has bounced back in a big way this year, as Jack Bauer continues to go all America on terrorists' behinds. Plus this hour takes place between five and six p.m., meaning Bauer has to fight... TRAFFIC!
Tuesday, 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT All major networks
Speaking of going all America on people's posteriors, President Barack Obama addresses Congress (and a national audience) in his first big speech since signing the economic stimulus plan. Are we better off than we were before? Will the magical printing press print us out of this recession? Should we start stockpiling on ammunition and canned goods for our underground bunkers? You do have an underground bunker, don't you? If not, we'll see you one!
Wednesday, 9:00 p.m. ABC
When we asked Lost
gurus Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse which episode this season they loved the most, they said this one without hesitation. How does Locke convince the others to return to the island? How does he die? And how does he become Jeremy Bentham?
Friday, 8 p.m. Fox
And some better watch otherwise this show may be off the air soon. Ratings are way down since Cameron and J.C. moved to Friday nights, so any eyeballs will help. And stick around for Dollhouse
, immediately after!
Sunday, 9:00 ABC
A special two-hour Brothers & Sisters
event means serious Walker family drama. A new member of the family is born, but another Walker is hit with a life-threatening crisis. Not your typical family issues.
What to watch on TV.com:
The nominees and presenters (such as Brangelina, Natalie Portman, and Sarah Jessica Parker) arrived at the Red Carpet looking fabulous. Shiny dresses, strapless gowns, sexy tuxedos, oh my! Oh yeah, some of them won awards, too.
Steve Wozniak responds to Carlton Cuse's endorsement for Dancing with the Stars
and prop master Rob Kyker shows us Montand's arm.
A depressed Kirsten leaves Charlie (Matthew Fox we heart you!), Bailey goes to college and becomes an alcoholic, Julia struggles with her love life. We have such nostalgia for Charlie in plaid and his four brothers and sisters.
Get ready for next week’s new episode! After Grace’s partner Dewey goes on leave, Abby Charles (guest star Christina Ricci) comes in to replace her and she might not be tough enough for the job.
Love is in the air, or should we say arrows? Get a sneak peek at ABC’s new romantic comedy from Veronica Mars
creator Rob Thomas.