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TV Tonight: Human Target, Criminal Minds, Psych, Mythbusters


Regarding Golden Globe TV noms: I believe Eastbound & Down’s Kenny Powers said it best, via Twitter: “ I can count how many people watched The Big C on one dick. I demand a fucking Golden Globes recount.” ---Amen, KFP. 

What’s new tonight:
Human Target (Fox) Behind Fringe and the late, great The Good Guys, the other Fox show you’re not watching hard enough is Human Target. Besides Mark Valley and Jackie Earle Haley (!), this slick action-comedy series also has the beyond-cool Chi McBride—and tonight, the episode centers on him when his Winston revisits his days as a cop. Did he hang out with a pie-maker? (Little Pushing Daisies shout-out there.)

Criminal Minds (CBS) Looks like new recruit Seaver (Rachel Nichols) is sticking around as AJ’s not-replacement tonight as, once again, Morgan (Shemar Moore) gets to emote and chew the scenery when a convict he helped spring from jail starts killin’ again on his first day out.

Psych (USA) Back-to-Back New Episodes: First up, Shawn (James Roday) wonders what Santa Barbara would be like if, It’s a Wonderful Life-style, he didn’t exist—I’m guessing still as boring as Santa Barbara, if not Goleta. In the second ep, Shawn and Gus (Dule Hill) come to the defense of … a polar bear? Anybody smell a Lost tie-in?

Mythbusters (Discovery) In a blatant Green Hornet promotion is a very odd place (even more so than Carl’s Jr.), Seth Rogan hangs out with the Mythbusters tonight. Sure, that makes sense …

Also new tonight:
Survivor: Nicaragua, The Defenders (CBS); The Sing-Off (NBC); Hell's Kitchen (Fox); Top Chef All-Stars (Bravo); Man vs. Food (Travel); Dog the Bounty Hunter, Storage Wars (A&E); Conan (TBS)

Preview: A behind-the-scenes look at tonight’s Human Target, "Dead Head":