Fall TV: Sunday
7:00 -- America's Funniest Home Videos (ABC), 60 Minutes (CBS), Football Night in America (NBC), CW Now (CW)
7:30 -- Online Nation (CW)
8:00 -- Extreme Makeover Home Edition (ABC), Viva Laughlin (CBS), Sunday Night Football (NBC), Simpsons (Fox), Life is Wild (CW)
8:30 -- King of the Hill (Fox)
9:00 -- Desperate Housewives (ABC), Cold Case (CBS), Family Guy (Fox), Tell Me You Love Me (HBO), Dexter (Showtime)
9:30 -- American Dad (Fox)
10:00 -- Brothers and Sisters (ABC), Shark (CBS), Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO), Brotherhood (Showtime)
"Dexter" is so good, ya'll. I'm just worried that the second season can't possibly live up to the standard set by the first. In a completely different league, I sort of got sucked in to "Brothers and Sisters" last year. It has a great cast, but it's just so absurd. I will try to wean myself.
Among new shows, "Viva Laughlin" -- a musical mystery set in a casino and starring Hugh Jackman has huge trainwreck potential. I watched the first couple episodes of "Tell Me You Love Me" -- aka the sex show -- and I'm torn. I want to find out if Ally Walker and her husband are ever going to have sex, but the other stories sort of bore me.
The big question is what happened to the "Amazing Race"?