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Sunday, February 8, 2009

Weekly Couch Potato News for 02/08/2009

 

Here are your Weekly Ads for Valentines Day week.

DVDs (released on Tuesday):

  • My Name Is Bruce
  • Blindness
  • Dragonball Z Season 8
  • Dragonball GT Season 2
  • The Inauguration of Barack Obama on CNN

Music (released on Tuesday):

  • The Lonely Island: Incredibad

TV Shows (most info from http://tvguide.com/listings):

  • Tonight – There are new episodes of Secret Diary of a Call Girl on Showtime @ 10:30pm and Robot Chicken @ 11:30pm on Cartoon Network.
  • Monday – Due to a Presidential News Conference at 8pm, there are no new episodes of House or Chuck this week; however, there is a new episode of Heroes at 9pm on NBC (promo).
  • Tuesday – There is a new episode of Fringe on FOX @ 9pm (promo) and two new episodes of Scrubs on ABC @ 9pm.
  • Wednesday – There are new episodes of Knight Rider @ 8pm & Life @ 9pm on NBC and Criminal Minds @ 9pm on CBS. Additionally, ABC is airing an enhanced rerun of the LOST episode "The Little Prince" at 8pm followed by a brand new episode @ 9pm.
  • ThursdaySurvivor: Tocantins has its season premiere on CBS at 8pm. There are also new episodes on NBC of My Name Is Earl @ 8pm & The Office @ 9pm.
  • FridayTerminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles returns to a new night & time @ 8pm (promo), followed by the series premiere of Joss Whedon's Dollhouse @ 9pm (sneak peak), both on FOX. There is a new episode of Wolverine and the X-Men on Nicktoons @ 8pm, and Cartoon Network has two new episodes of Star Wars: The Clone Wars starting at 9pm.

Events:

  • Two big concerts this week!! –

Disturbed in concert this Friday. Click the image for more details.

Marion Crane in concert this Saturday. Click the image for more details.

Comic Books:

Here is this week's list of new comics.

Movies:

Although The International, starring Clive Owen and Naomi Watts, looks like it's going to be a damn good movie, my priority this weekend is going to be the first one in line to catch the remake of Friday The 13th, starring Jared Padalecki from Supernatural. I'm anxious to see how well this story is going to be retold. For the full list of this week's theatrical releases, click here.

Headlines & Movie Trailers:

Since I was sick this past week and had to work some this weekend, I haven't had a chance to weed through all of the articles that've been tweeted; however, CBR's daily Comic Reels have some good tidbits. I'll let those pick up some of the slack for me this week.

Closing Thought: