Week in Sloth
The Week in Sloth
”Survivor” (KRQE-13 7 p.m.) CBS strands a new bunch of survivors in a 15th season of “Survivor.” This time, they’re in China. As long as they stay away from the toothpaste, the cat food and the Thomas the Tank Engine toys, everything should be all right.
“D.L. Hughley: Unapologetic” (HBO 11 p.m.) The standup/sitcom star dishes out some uncensored comic observations.
“60 Minutes’ (CBS 6 p.m.) Can you believe this is the 40th season premiere? I think it started out a radio drama.
“Chuck” (KOB-4 7 p.m.) A computer nerd downloads an entire database of government secrets into his brain and is assigned a sexy female secret agent as his bodyguard. Sounds plausible.
“The Big Bang Theory” (KRQE-13 7:30 p.m.) A pair of seriously nerdy roommates set their sights on a pretty new neighbor, forcing geek viewers to choose between action drama (“Chuck”) and situation comedy (“Big Bang”) in this timeslot.
“Heroes” (KOB-4 8 p.m.) It’s been four months since the events of last spring’s season finale. What have our heroes been up to now that the world has been saved?
“Journeyman” (KOB-4 9 p.m.) A cop (Kevin McKidd from “Rome”) is experiencing some major flashbacks. Seriously, the guy is traveling back in time, reuniting with his long-dead fiancée. Is he supposed to save her? And if he does, is that gonna tick off the wife he has in his other, modern-day reality?
“Life” (KOB-4 9 p.m.) A police detective spends a long time in jail for a crime he didn’t commit. He gets out and is handed a whole bunch of money, but he goes back to work solving crimes anyway.
“Dirty Sexy Money” (KOAT-7 9 p.m.) Peter Krause from “Six Feet Under” stars as the newly recruited lawyer for a filthy rich clan of New York socialites (presided over by ’70s sex symbols Donald Sutherland and Jill Clayburgh).
Vivir Es Fácil con los Ojos Cerrados at National Hispanic Cultural Center
An Evening with Martin and Gandhi at La Tienda Exhibit Space
Everyone's Business: Protecting Our Children at KiMo Theatre
Documentary outlines the cost of child maltreatment and neglect in our government and society.More Recommented Events ››