February 2009

Monday, February 2 9 p.m.

Convinced that Alan’s (Jon Cryer) family doesn’t fully appreciate him, Melissa (Kelly Stables) invites Alan to live with her and her mom. Multiple Emmy Award Winner Carol Kane (TAXI) returns as Alan’s receptionist’s mother.

Monday, February 2 8:30 p.m.

Gary (Jay Mohr) comes to terms with the news of his ex-wife’s (Paula Marshall) engagement, while trying to navigate fatherhood and a new love interest of his own.

Monday, February 2 8 p.m.

Sheldon’s (Jim Parsons) “simple” solution to Penny’s (Kaley Cuoco) financial problem leads to a confrontation between Leonard (Johnny Galecki) and Penny’s hulking ex-boyfriend, Kurt (Brian Patrick Wade, GENERATION KILL).

Sunday, February 1 10:15

When a leading scientific researcher is killed by poisoning, Patrick Jane (Simon Baker) takes a personal interest in the case when he learns the prime suspect is the victim’s wife, and Jane’s former psychiatrist.

Sunday, February 1 6 p.m.

The Steelers and the Cardinals both look to make history when they go head-to-head for the Vince Lombardi trophy in SUPER BOWL XLIII. Should the Steelers come out on top, they will be the only team in NFL history to win six SUPER BOWL titles, while a victory for the Cardinals will mark their first championship win in franchise history.

Sunday, February 1 1 p.m.

Bob Costas hosts the pre-game show live on location from Raymond James Stadium, with co-hosts Cris Collingsworth, Keith Olbermann and Dan Patrick, studio analysts Tiki Barber and Jerome Bettis, reporter Peter King, and special guests and SUPER BOWL champions Tony Dungy, Mike Holmgren and Matt Millen. The pre-game show includes an in-depth look at the Pittsburgh Steelers and Arizona Cardinals, along with additional analysis, features and interviews in anticipation of the championship tilt.

Sunday, February 1 12 p.m.

One of the signature programs of the NFL, ROAD TO THE SUPER BOWL captures the most dramatic moments of the 2008-09 NFL season, from the opening kick off of Week 1 in September through the AFC and NFC Championship games. The best material from more than 130 players and coaches wired for sound make this a memorable look back at an unforgettable season.

Wednesday, February 11 10 p.m.

Also airs at 11 p.m. AT on ‘A’ Atlantic and 8 p.m. MT on ACCESS

A war widow with a possible grudge against the Army, Carly DiGrappa, is found unconscious in the rubble of an Army Recruitment Center along with her lifeless infant. As detectives Lupo (Jeremy Sisto) and Bernard (Anthony Anderson) search for the bomber, they encounter Megaphone Bob, the leader of a group of war protesters. The detectives must also deal with the confusion that arises when “Operation Molly,” a couple of fanatic citizens who like to work with the police to solve cases, gets involved.

Wednesday, February 11 9 p.m

Also airs at 10 p.m. AT on ‘A’ Atlantic and 10 p.m. MT on ACCESS

Locke (Terry O’Quinn) takes on the burden to stop the island’s increasingly violent shifts through time. Meanwhile, Ben (Michael Emerson) hits a roadblock in his attempt to reunite the Oceanic 6 and bring them back to the island.

Wednesday, February 11 8 p.m.

Also airs at 9 p.m. AT on ‘A’ Atlantic and 9 p.m. MT on ACCESS

This pop-up video version provides viewers with special insight into last week’s episode, all while preparing them for the next new episode. Kate (Evangeline Lilly) discovers that someone knows the secret of Aaron’s (William Blanchette) true parental lineage. Meanwhile, the dramatic shifts through time are placing the lives of the remaining island survivors in extreme peril.