Dan Gordon Levitt
October 6, 2010 by staff
Dan Gordon Levitt, Followers of the Red Sox with time on their hands, which may have been disappointed by the total time because of their beloved team in the “tenth inning” Ken Burns “is in luck: A look deep into the exciting championship fight 2004 against the dreaded Yankees that increases the action with all sorts of videos of fans and players with handheld cameras and souvenirs bar play-by-play of Lenny Clarke and many of the players. “Four days in October” (ESPN, 20: 00) will be in New England as one of the most popular films on the Net “30 by 30″ series.
Comes in a quiet rare in the world of sport, the day before the baseball playoffs come, while we are still waiting for basketball and hockey to start. About the only thing in a football game is college: Troy at Middle Tennessee State (ESPN2, 20:00). But there’s an exhibition game of the Pistons at Heat (NBA, 7:30 pm).
The debate Gubanatorial (WTIC, Channel 61, 7 pm) by Tom Foley and Dan Malloy is broadcast live from the Bushnell. Once again, a string type is imported Fox News host, for some reason.
After covering Britney Spears, “Glee” (Fox, 20:00) becomes theology.
Michael Bolton returns to “Dancing with the Stars” (ABC, 21:00), this time as a late replacement for Susan Boyle, who had to cancel his appearance singing. Ne-Yo also performed before a third contender, possibly, Margaret Cho, is eliminated.
The new “House of Glam” (Oxygen, 11 pm) follows the high-powered and often annoying that is strong B. Lynn Group, which provides photo shoots, videos dressed in hip-hop and the like.
And while the value of some stylists obvious, others are so stubborn and deluded who think their own way and not the music or the choreography is what music videos are concerned. And who is doing any more music videos anyway?
“Caprica” (Syfy, 10 hours) becomes a new day for its second season.
Anna Kournikova visits “The Biggest Loser” (NBC, 20:00).
Things did not calm down in “The Good Wife” (CBS, 10 pm).
A month-long, 26-film salute Wednesday night with the actor Frederic March’s Turner Classic Movies begins with the classic “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” (20:00). Continues with “Man of the gray flannel suit” (10 hours), “I Married a Witch” (12:45 am), “Tick. Tick … Tick” (2:15), “Christopher Columbus” (4 hours) and “Anna Karenina” (5:45).
Regis and Kelly: Bruce Willis, Michael Imperioli. La Vista: Jennifer Garner, Liza Minnelli. Ellen DeGeneres: Jenny McCarthy, Armie Hammer Rascal Flatts. Wendy Williams: John Edward, Charles.
David Letterman: Tony Blair, Mavis Staples with Jeff Tweedy. Jay Leno: Terrence Howard, Jillian Michaels, and K.T. Tunstall. Jimmy Kimmel: Courtney Cox, Bruno Tonioli. Jimmy Fallon: Tom Selleck, Anthony Bourdain, and Trace Administrators. Craig Ferguson: Alfred Molina, Cory Kahaney. Carson Daly: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Metalocalypse, and Jimmy Eat World. Jon Stewart: Bruce Willis. Stephen Colbert: Leon Botstein. George Lopez: Nicolas Cage, Dania Ramirez, Shorty Rossi (repeat). Chelsea Handler: Tommy Lee, Guy Branum, Ross Mathews, and Whitney Cummings.
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