January 2009

Thursday, January 29 9 p.m.

When an undercover FBI agent is found brutally murdered, the CSI team assist the victim’s partner (Alex Skuby, KING OF QUEENS) in finding the killer.

Thursday, January 29 8 p.m.

The search for the next superstar continues with the last group of auditions before the Hollywood Round begins on February, 3.

Wednesday, January 28 8 p.m.

The auditions continue on AMERICAN IDOL as the judges search for the next singing superstar.

Tuesday, January 27 9 p.m.

Olivia (Anna Torv), Walter (John Noble) and Peter (Joshua Jackson) are called in to investigate the death of a car salesman who was found in a pool of “goo,” exactly like another man across the country. When Walter discovers that the “goo” is brain matter, the trio tries to figure out how the killer can liquefy human brains.

Tuesday, January 27 8 p.m.

The auditions continue on AMERICAN IDOL as the judges search for the next singing superstar.

Tuesday, January 27 4 p.m.

The 2009 federal budget is unveiled in this live one-hour special.

Monday, January 26 9:30 p.m.

When Brent (Brent Butt) decides to learn the guitar, his instructor makes him realize just how uncool he is, and leads Oscar (Eric Peterson) into the path of his childhood nemesis. Wanda (Nancy Robertson) takes on a secret identity in a new Howler column much to the suspicion of Lacey (Gabrielle Miller) and inconvenience of Davis (Lorne Cardinal). Hank tries to prove he’s stronger than Emma (Janet Wright) after taking Karen’s (Tara Spencer-Nairn) workout advice.

Monday, January 26 9 p.m.

Alan (Jon Cryer) lends Charlie (Charlie Sheen) money and crosses a line in his attempts to get it back.

Monday, January 26 8:30 p.m.

Encore Episode

Charlie (Charlie Sheen) tries to resist temptation when he meets the grown daughter of the woman he’s dating and realizes they’ve met before. Comedian Jane Lynch (Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby) and Golden Globe Award Winner Susan Blakely (RICH MAN, POOR MAN) guest-star.

Monday, January 26 8 p.m.

Encore Episode

Leonard (Johnny Galecki) and his friends stage an intervention to make Sheldon (Jim Parsons) confront his longstanding fear of driving.