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TV Tonight: Covert Affairs & R.E.M.

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Again: We’re doing another Wilfred & Louie screening at Brewvies this week—but, due to a prior event, it’ll be a late one: 11 pm-Midnight on Thursday, June 30. But hey, still free and in HD! Next week, showtime moves back to 8 pm. ---

What’s new tonight:
Covert Affairs (USA) You should really watch she-spy series Covert Affairs harder, if only because Piper Perabo rocks and every episode this season is named after an R.E.M. song—tonight, it’s “All the Right Friends”—I don’t think there’s one coming up called “What’s the Frequency, Kenneth,” however. In CA’s debut season last year, all the eps were titled after Led Zeppelin songs. Next season, I’m hoping they’ll be named after Lunachicks tunes—how great would it be to see “Fallopian Rhapsody” in the on-screen guide?

Also new tonight:
Combat Hospital (ABC); America’s Got Talent, The Voice
(NBC); MasterChef (Fox); Tosh.0 (Comedy Central); 16 & Pregnant (MTV); The Deadliest Catch (Discovery); 19 Kids & Counting, The Little Couple (TLC); Gene Simmons’ Family Jewels (A&E); Pretty Little Liars, The Nine Lives of Chloe King (ABC Family); Memphis Beat, Hawthorne (TNT); White Collar (USA) 

Preview (of next year's Covert Affairs): Dig the Lunachicks’ “Fallopian Rhapsody”