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TV Tonight: Victoria’s Secret, Stargate, Strange Days, SOA


This just in: Eliza Dushku (Dollhouse, Buffy/Angel) will return to TV as a small-town cop in Bird Dog, a new drama from TNT next year. Even if it sucks, I’ll watch it—always do. ---

What’s new tonight:
The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show (CBS) The annual pre-Xmas jigglefest/panty-pushing infomercial that will scar your children and destroy the country—read all about in True TV (Item 3).

Stargate Universe (SyFy) Winter Finale: They’re still lost in space; they’re still screwed—how could things get worse? Tonight, the Destiny and crew get caught between two warring alien races, that’s how. The final 10 episodes of Stargate Universe’s second season arrive … uh … sometime in 2011, sez SyFy.

Strange Days With Bob Saget (A&E) Series Debut: Former vanilla sitcom actor/current dirty ol’ bastard Bob Saget hangs out with various American subcultures in this new reality road-trip series—tonight, it’s motorcycle gangs (first 30-minute episode) and Bigfoot hunters (second ep). Chances are he’ll also try to hump something somewhere along the way.

Sons of Anarchy (FX) Season Finale: Some characters are not going to get out of Season 3 alive—you probably know exactly who, SOA fans. However, the rest of the 90-minute season finale is jammed with WTF? twists, fake-outs and the return of series creator/writer/producer Kurt Sutter as badass SAMCRO jailbird Big Otto (finally!). More in True TV (Item 4).

Also new tonight:
No Ordinary Family, Detroit 187 (ABC); Christmas in Rockefeller Center, The Biggest Loser (NBC); Glee, Raising Hope, Running Wilde (Fox); In Treatment (HBO); The Bad Girls Club Clip Show (Oxygen); Glory Daze, Conan (TBS)

Preview: Sons of Anarchy goes out in (another) blaze of glory: