Super Bowl Ad Breakdown

For someone that is a sports and media nerd, the Super Bowl can cause a sensory overload at times.  I have documented the advertisements that ran from 30 minutes before kickoff until the final whistle.  The first section is broken down by the breaks, and the second section is the volume of ads that ran from each company.  I also included the promos that NBC incessantly ran throughout the broadcast for comparison.  A 30 second spot ran for an average of about $3.5M this year…I’ll let you do the math from here…

Very interesting to see the huge push from Hyundai, probably the hottest and fastest growing car company in the United States.  The rest of the car world continued an aggressive push, and the Clint Eastwood/Chrysler/Detroit ad is obviously getting the most post-Super Bowl buzz.  All of the beer companies, except Bud Light, seemed to take a bit of a step back, but we also probably saw more movie trailers than we’ve ever seen before. And again, I think we’re crystal clear on the shows that NBC really wants to succeed this spring.

1- Hyundai, GE, Kraft Mac and Cheese, NFL
2- Hulu, Geico, Gillette, Pizza Hut, Safe House movie
3- The Dictator movie, Verizon, Corporado- Old Navy, McDonald’s, Hyundai, Olympics promo
4- Hyundai
5- Bud Light, Audi
6- Pepsi, Hyundai
7- Bud Light, M&M, Best Buy, Apprentice promo
8- Coca Cola, Chevy
9- Bridgestone, Go Daddy, Lexus, Battleship movie
10- Budweiser, Doritos, Chevy
11- GE/Budweiser combo, John Carter movie,, The Voice promo
12- The Lorax movie, Volkswagon, America’s Got Talent promo
13- H&M, Coca Cola
14- Chevy, Star Wars movie
15- Avengers movie,, Skechers, XBox/NFL Play 60,
16- Doritos, etrade, GI Joe movie
17- NFL, Xfinity, Honda, Robert J. Debry, Arby’s, Utah Disaster Kleenup (local ad block)
18- Toyota, Hulu, Bud Light, Leno promo
19- The voice promo
20- dodge/Jeep/Chrysler (90 sec)
21- Smash promo, American family insurance, Burt Brothers, Toyota (local ad block)
22- Fiat, Pepsi
23- Toyota, Coca Cola, Oikos Greek Yogurt, 21st Century real estate
24- Acura, GE
25- Budweiser, Bridgestone, NFL fantasy game, The Voice promo
26- NFL, Utah Association of Realtors, Siegfried and Jensen, Applebee’s (local ad block)
27- Honda, Act of Valor movie, MetLife, Smash promo
28- Hyundai, Bud Light
29- Kia,, NBC Thursday comedies promo
30- Samsung, The Voice promo
31- Cadillac, Swamp People, Go Daddy, Awake promo

Hyundai – 5
NFL – 5
Bud Light – 4
The Voice Promo – 4
Coca Cola – 3
Chevy – 3
Bridgestone – 2
GE – 2
Hulu – 2
Pepsi – 2
Go Daddy – 2
Honda – 2
Budweiser – 2
Smash Promo – 2
Toyota – 2
Doritos – 2
Kraft Mac and Cheese – 1
Geico – 1
Gillette – 1
Pizza Hut – 1
Safe House Movie – 1
The Dictator Movie – 1
Verizon – 1
Coporado/Old Navy – 1
McDonald’s – 1
Olympics Promo – 1
Audi – 1
M&M – 1
Best Buy – 1
Apprentice Promo – 1
Lexus – 1
Battleship Movie – 1
GE/Budweiser – 1
John Carter Movie – 1 – 1
The Lorax Movie – 1
Volkswagon – 1
America’s Got Talent Promo – 1
H&M – 1
Star Wars Movie – 1
Avengers Movie – 1 – 1
Skechers – 1
XBox/NFL Play 60 – 1 – 1
Etrade – 1
G.I. Joe Movie – 1
Xfinity – 1
Jay Leno Promo – 1
Dodge/Jeep/Chrysler – 1
Fiat – 1
Oikos Greek Yogurt – 1
21st Century Real Estate – 1
Acura – 1
Act of Valor Movie – 1
MetLife – 1
Kia – 1 – 1
NBC Thursday Comedies Promo – 1
Samsung – 1
Cadillac – 1
Swamp People – 1
Awake Promo – 1
Utah Association of Realtors – 1 (Utah local ad block)
Siegfried and Jensen – 1 (Utah local ad block)
Applebee’s – 1 (Utah local ad block)
American Family Insurance – 1 (Utah local ad block)
Burt Brothers – 1 (Utah local ad block)
Toyota – 1 (Utah local ad block)
Robert J. Debry – 1 (Utah local ad block)
Arby’s – 1 (Utah local ad block)
Utah Disaster Kleenup – 1 (Utah local ad block)

Super Bowl XLVI Preview

A battle for legacies will take place this Sunday in Indianapolis as the Patriots and Giants square off in Super Bowl XLVI.  Full breakdown of all Super Bowl scenarios as well as the hiring of Brian Johnson as Utah’s next Offensive Coordinator on today’s show with special guests Anthony Dinwoodey Morris and John Wells Stevens.

NFL Conference Championship Preview, Tim Tebow, and the Worst National Championship Game of All Time

Could this NFL season be any better?  Honestly, what else could we ask for?  We have witnessed the greatest offensive explosion in league history with transcendent play from three Hall of Fame quarterbacks while watching the rebirth of a storied franchise under the direction of what once was a “#1 Pick” bust and an up-and-coming coach (49ers) and one of the most exciting and divisive stories in the history of sports (Tim Tebow).   My goodness.  In addition to a full breakdown of past, present, and future NFL Playoff games, I also spend some time on the College National Championship game, Tim Tebow’s future, the current state of the NBA, and I certainly take a poke at the tackiness of Hank Haney’s upcoming book on Tiger Woods.

NBA Preview – Eastern Conference

I promised an extensive NBA Eastern Conference breakdown, and here it is.  The Raptors are going to be the worst team in the NBA and the Heat are going to be the best.  I challenge you to name 3 players on the Toronto Raptors without looking up their roster…John Wells Stevens couldn’t even do it.  He confesses to this and lends his sports prowess to the show.  Please enjoy.

A-Rod and Kobe Visit German Doctor

We keep hearing about some of the greatest athletes in the world visiting Germany to have various procedures done on their injured bodies.

Kobe Bryant’s two visits during the off-season to Düsseldorf molecular orthopaedist Peter Wehling to receive a procedure that uses the his own blood, which is taken usually from the arm and put into a centrifuge to separate out a certain protein. The mix with the protein is then injected into the injured joint, supposedly to enhance healing in that specific area.   Now, reports show that Alex Rodriguez has made a trip across the pond to the same doctor for the same procedure on his knee and shoulder.

I certainly have no problem with these premium athletes taking care of their bodies and going out of their way to find the best possible care so they can perform at their highest levels.  Having said that, I have two questions….1) Why is it that only non-US doctors seem to be performing this procedure (Canadian, Anthony Galea being the other)?  2)  And didn’t the last doctor (Anthony Galea) that became famous for performing the same procedure on pro athletes (Tiger Woods…and…oh, A-Rod…) plead guilty for myriad federal offenses recently?

I am by no means saying that Dr. Wehling is doing anything that is illegal, but the situation smells funny.  Watch this closely…let’s hope this isn’t the next BALCO or Galea scandal.


Christmas NBA Television Ratings

Many have wondered if the fans would come back after a lengthy and sometimes messy lockout.  When the overnight ratings for the Christmas Day games came in earlier today, I think we got our answer…everyone just wants to watch some good basketball.  The games averaged 6.2 million viewers, which is up from 6 million last year.  According to the Associated Press, the Bulls-Lakers game was the third most watched regular season game in ABC history, and the Celtics-Knicks game on TNT that led off the coverage was up 48 percent over the same time slot last year (Bulls vs. Knicks on ESPN).  The NBA has as much if not more talent than any other era in the history of the game.  The story lines are compelling and the coverage of the games are second to none (except for when we have to listen to Jeff Van Gundy of course).  With the packed season we’re going to have games available to us just about every night of the week….perfect timing now that we can’t watch MAC football games on Tuesday night anymore.


NBA Preview – Western Conference

I feel like the lockout didn’t even happen.  Couldn’t be more excited for opening day in the NBA this weekend.  We’re in for a thrilling and fast-paced season with plenty of story lines and more than enough phenomenal players.  This is part 1 of a two-parter previewing the NBA season, purely addressing the makeup of the Western Conference.  Find out why I think the Clips are going to be the second best team in the West this season.

The Greatest Quarterback Play Ever

There has been a great deal of talk about the quality of quarterback play in the NFL this year.  Oddly enough, much of that chatter has revolved around a player that plays the game in a very unconventional way somewhat taking away from three quarterbacks that are having one of the best seasons in NFL history.

Tom Brady – 4,593 yards, 66.2% Comp (351-530), 35 TD, 11 INT, 106.7 RAT
Drew Brees – 4,780 yards, 71.5% Comp (417-583), 37 TD, 11 INT, 109.1 RAT
Aaron Rodgers – 4,360 yards, 68.1 Comp (322-473), 40 TD, 6 INT, 120.1 RAT

My goodness. All three players are having transcendent years, and all three players have a chance to (Brady and Brees will absolutely get it) shatter Dan Marino’s 27 year old passing record for yards in a season (5,084 yards). Brees could very well break it with 304 yards or more this Sunday with one more game to play, and Brady and Rodgers have a great chance to do so the last week of the season if everything continues as it already has.

Of these three players, Rodgers has certainly received the most attention because of his unbelievably hot start and the full year undefeated streak of his Green Bay Packers. Many have said for weeks that he has already earned the league MVP this season. It is hard for me to debate such a thing when you see the yardage he has amassed and his other-worldly TD:INT ratio, but don’t you think it’s important for us to reference the weapons they all have access to? Don’t you think it’s important for us to measure not just their quality of play, but also the value (Most VALUABLE Player…get it…VALUABLE is part of the name of the award…) they bring to their team?

Rodgers clearly has the best talent around him with Jennings, James Jones, Jordy Nelson, Donald Driver, Randall Cobb, and Jermichael Finley. The success Brees experiences mostly comes because of the comfort level he enjoys with his receiving corps because of how long they’ve played together. He does have a new and very good security blanket in Joey Graham as well. And Tom Brady continues to primarily throw to a 5’9″ (probably 4.7 sec 40 speed….maybe) receiver that isn’t beating anyone with his athleticism, an obviously lost a step Deion Branch and Chad Ochocinco, and two tight ends that most of the league overlooked because of their less than overwhelming physical skills.

I’m by no means saying that Brady deserves the MVP over Brees and Rodgers, but hasn’t he carried the heaviest load of the three quarterbacks this year (mediocre running backs, horrendous defense)? Isn’t he the most valuable player to his specific team right now? Hasn’t he done the most with the least? The Patriots continue to be the Miami Heat of the NFL…each week you can tell that the team across the ball from them has prepared especially hard to stop them. That game is their Super Bowl, but Tom Brady continues to come out and carve up any type of secondary or blitz packages you throw at him. Young and Montana had Rice. Manning had Harrison and Wayne. Brady has had….Wes Welker?

Regardless of who wins the MVP, there are three incredibly deserving players, and we know we have a must watch postseason ahead of us. Picture this…Packers v. Patriots on the turf in Indianapolis…could it get any better than that?


Can the Lakers Still Contend?

The buzz around the NBA community all off-season was that Kobe Bryant has been voraciously preparing for this season because everyone has been saying that he had lost a step.  In his last press conference at the end of last season he told everyone how excited he was to start preparing so that he could prove he was still the best.

I’m not going to pretend like I don’t love stuff like this.  Kobe is one of the ten best players of all-time and seeing a guy like that perform in ways that no one else can is unbelievably enjoyable to watch and talk about.  You don’t have to like him.  I’ve never been a big fan of Kobe and the way that he handles himself, but as a sports fan, I love the fact that he is willing to offer up his firstborn child to win a championship.  That’s why we loved watching Jordan and Bird, and that’s why we love watching Tom Brady and Tiger Woods.  It doesn’t matter if you like them or love them, we will be forever interested in seeing what they do in that big moment because we know that they just might do something that we’ve never seen before.

That’s why seeing the Lakers (and David Stern) completely screw up this off-season has been so depressing.  Although I believe Kobe has actually lost a step, I still think he’s capable of being the alpha dog on a championship team, and I desperately want to see him try to take on Lebron and Wade in a seven game series.  Here’s what we clearly know: With the current makeup of this Lakers roster, they are going to be worse than they were last year.  There’s no way around it.  They obviously were getting older and slower, and the Mavs absolutely exposed them for what they were last year in the playoffs.  Well, the Lakers traded their third best player (Odom) to the team that rolled them in the playoffs and replaced him with….ummm….Josh McRoberts and Troy Murphy (yikes).

If Kobe was playing for the Toronto Raptors right now (Current Starting 5 – Jose Calderon, DeMar DeRozan, James Johnson, Amir Johnson, Andrea Bargnani – check out the bench if you want to continue laughing… he’d still figure out a way to get that team into the playoffs.  Because of the state of the Lakers right now, maybe we’re in for another “screw this, I’m going to drop 50 every night” kind of a season from Kobe, which may be even more entertaining.  Having said that, unless the Lakers figure out a way to get Dwight Howard on the roster (seriously, give up Gasol and Bynum…you’ll immediately be better and be a title contender in 2012-2013…think how good Lebron, Bosh, and Wade were with a team full of “dudes”…the same thing would happen in LA with Kobe and Howard) they are a middle of the pack playoff team in the West.  OKC, Dallas, and the Clips are all going to be better, and the Trail Blazers, Spurs, and Nuggets are going to be competitive.  On the bright side, maybe we get to see Kobe drop 81 again….


No More Perfect Season for Green Bay

The Green Bay Packers fell to the lowly Kansas City Chiefs yesterday, and it was the best thing that has ever happened to them.

From Day 1 of this season, the Pack has looked as good as any team in the history of football, but they started to show more and more holes as the season has progressed….bad running game, suspect offensive line, suspect passing D.  We saw similar things down the stretch with the 2007 New England Patriots.  They were smoking teams by multiple touchdowns, but after a near loss to the Ravens late in the year, teams started to figure out how to slow down their offense and put some points up on their slower, veteran defense.  As they continued to win, you could feel the pressure mounting. Once you get to 18-0 and you’re in the Super Bowl, there’s no way that you can just treat it like it’s the “next game.”  The Patriots ran into a buzz saw.  The Giants had a phenomenal second half of the season, and the Patriots seemed tired and tight in that Super Bowl.  They just didn’t look like the same team that put 50+ on the Bills in three quarters earlier in the season.  They weren’t just trying to be the best team that year, they were playing to be the best team EVER, and it obviously got to them.  If that Giants team and that Patriots team played ten times on a neutral field that year, the Pats probably win eight or nine times.  They were that much better than everyone else, but a team can only take so much pressure before cracking.

We’ve seen this type of undefeated run a few other times in recent history…

2009 Indianapolis Colts – 14-0, lost last two games. Lost Super Bowl to New Orleans Saints.
1998 Denver Broncos – 13-0, lost two of their last three. Won Super Bowl.
2005 Indianapolis Colts – 13-0, lost two of their last three. Won Super Bowl.
2009 New Orleans Saints – 13-0, last three straight. Won Super Bowl.
2011 Green Bay Packers – 13-0, lost in Week 15…Super Bowl – TBD.

Do you see a pattern there? Every other team in this modern era that started the season 13-0 went on to win the Super Bowl. Would anyone care about the 72-10 Chicago Bulls if they had ended up losing in the Finals? We all know the answer to that question. As much as the regular season matters to these teams, I can assure you that Tom Brady would have loved to drop a game or two in the regular season in 2007 if it meant winning the Super Bowl that year.

There is something that happens psychologically and emotionally to these teams when perfection is at stake. As soon as that is off the table, teams have the time and the ability to play loose, just like they’re just another team that is part of the chase. They also have a chance to look internally to see what those teams did to beat them…what are their weaknesses, what are their strengths, what kind of gameplan works best. The Patriots played so well for so long in 2007 that they just kept doing the same thing knowing that it had worked so many times before, but like the Chiefs showed this last weekend, there are certain schemes and scenarios that can shut you down regardless of how much better your are than everyone else.

The Packers are the best team in football. As long as they can be healthy for the Super Bowl run they’ll be our world champions. And they’ll probably look back on this one week and realize how helpful it was for them to get healthy over the final three weeks, refocus on their gameplans, and remove all the pressure of playing for perfection.


Sam Hurd Arrested on Drug Charges

This Sam Hurd situation has “massive scandal” written all over it and it seems to not be getting quite as much attention as it probably should.

Sam has had a nice little career.  He spent 2006-2010 with the Dallas Cowboys and made $1.5M and then $1.75M his last two seasons there.  He left after the 2010 season to sign a 3-yr, $5.15M contract with the Chicago Bears.  Translation: Sam Hurd has made some ridiculous money playing professional football over the last five years and is obviously valuable enough to these franchises that they are willing to pay him almost $2M/year.

Hurd was arrested Wednesday after he supposedly agreed to purchase a kilogram of cocaine from an undercover agent.  (1 kilogram = 2.2 pounds – and in the world of cocaine, this is an unbelievable amount that is only purchased and possessed by someone that has the intent to sell.)  He was set free on $100,000 bond and reports say he’ll be tried in Texas where the drug charges originated.

Okay, so here’s another pro athlete that has gotten himself mixed up into something that is entirely unnecessary, and he’ll probably serve some serious jail time for it.  But this isn’t just about him trying to buy 1 kilo of cocaine from an undercover officer in Chicago.  A law enforcement source told CBS Radio’s 670 The Score that Hurd was one of the top drug dealers in Chicago and that police have a list in the double-digits of NFL players that have purchased drugs from Hurd.


“According to the criminal complaint, Hurd told an undercover Homeland Security agent Wednesday night that he and another co-conspirator were already distributing four kilograms of cocaine a week in the Chicago area, but he needed more. He was seeking five to ten kilograms of cocaine and 1,000 pounds of marijuana a week to distribute and was willing to pay $25,000 per kilo of cocaine and $450 per pound of marijuana. That adds up to as much as $700,000 of drugs each week.” (

What in the world?  Why is a guy that is making almost $2M/year playing in the NFL dealing 5 kilos of cocaine and 1,000 pounds of marijuana in a week?  And frankly, how does he have the time to do that on top of playing in the NFL?  Now we know why he has only had 8 catches for 109 yards this year.

At some point, we’re probably going to see the list of players that Hurd has been dealing to, and that day is going to be a mess for the players and the teams that they play for.  Most likely, the majority of these players are going to be present or past Dallas Cowboys.  And let’s be honest, authorities may throw Hurd a deal that if he rats out everyone he has been selling to that he won’t have to rot for 20+ years in a federal prison.  How many of these guys have contacted their agents and lawyers since Wednesday to figure out a way to cover this when it comes out?  Are we going to see a bunch of no-name players on the list, or are some of the bigger name Dallas Cowboys going to be a part of this?  What if there are twenty-something active NFL players on this list that have been buying drugs from Hurd for years?  Only time will tell, but we know for a surety that this isn’t the last that we’ve heard of this story.


College Bowl Game Analysis

Listen in for the most comprehensive College Bowl Game breakdown that doesn’t include Mark May and Lou Holtz (you can thank me later). Anthony Dinwoodey Morris, Dougie Christison, Jr., and Michael Scott Gatrell join me to discuss Alabama v. LSU, Robert Griffin III, and D.A. Points….I mean….De’Anthony Thomas of Oregon.

Dallas Mavericks Roster Moves

The Dallas Mavericks won the NBA Championship last year after years of coming up just short. The roster wasn’t hugely different from years past, but there were a few key players that seemed to be the X-Factor/lynchpin that pushed them over the top. Who were those players? JJ Barea and Tyson Chandler. Barea gave everyone fits throughout the playoffs and especially caused the Miami Heat all sorts of match-up problems in the Finals. Tyson Chandler revitalized his career after the World Championships and absolutely controlled the paint on both ends for the Mavs.

Fast forward six months, and the Mavs are just about to start their first season as defending champs. You’d think they’d battle to bring back that same roster with as few changes as possible with the hope of repeating. On the contrary. The Mavs let Chandler, Barea, and Caron Butler walk away without much of a fight (Chandler to the Knicks, Barea to the T-Wolves, Butler to the Clips….) and then they proceeded to go out and acquire three players that make very little sense with this team….Vince Carter, Delonte West, and Lamar Odom.

Carter is DONE, West has more baggage than maybe any player in the league (please always remember that this is the man that was carrying a shotgun in a violin case while riding his motorcycle around town…maybe the best NBA arrest story of all time), and I’m not quite sure what role Odom plays on this team. Vince Carter isn’t going to work hard off the court and is going to give you basically nothing on the defensive end. Can you play Delonte West and Jason Terry at the same time? Is Delonte going to be the backup point guard for Kidd? Are Odom and Dirk going to be able to share the ball when their style of play is so comparable? Does Odom play the three or the four? Can you have Odom, Dirk, and Haywood on the floor together? And what happens to the chemistry of this locker room? Everyone knows that one of the main reasons why this team won the title last year is because they were more tightly knit than the Heat, so swap out three great locker room guys for a has-been that isn’t going to positively motivate a single player on the team, a dude that may or may not have spent some time with another player’s mother (yeah, I went there), and lastly a guy that just demanded a trade from his team because his feelings were hurt.

This mash-up of veterans may be the right move for a shortened season, but from what I can tell, the Mavs have just gone away from exactly what pushed them to the top of the mountain.

The Chris Paul Trade Disaster

Chris Paul was traded to the Lakers, and then he wasn’t, and now he might be again.  In an odd chain of events yesterday, Chris Paul, of the New Orleans Hornets, was traded to the LA Lakers in a three team deal.  The deal was constituted as follows:

Lakers get – Chris Paul
Rockets get – Pau Gasol
Hornets get – Luis Scola, Kevin Martin, Lamar Odom, Goran Dragic, and a first round pick from the New York Knicks

When the trade was announced, many of the other owners in the league were in an uproar because another big market team was acquiring a big-name player that forced himself out of a small market team. (please see Dan Gilbert’s email for reference – David Stern obviously felt the pressure from the owners in the league (remember, the Hornets are owned by the league itself…which means each owner in the league actually owns a fractional portion of the team) to not let this trade go through because the Lakers were getting Paul, and were saving a ton of money in the process. In retrospect, the Hornets made off like bandits, possibly receiving a better trade than the Utah Jazz in their trade with the New Jersey Nets last season involving Deron Williams. Luis Scola – very solid big man in the league, Kevin Martin – averaged 25 per night last season for Houston, Lamar Odom – 6th man of the year last season for the Lakers, Goran Dragic – playoff tested point guard, and a first round pick…and the Lakers got a perennial all-star with bad knees in return. Is Chris Paul one of the absolute best players in the league? Yes. Is it a huge gamble for them to trade away Gasol and Odom leaving Andrew Bynum to fill the lane on his own hoping that Paul and Kobe can figure out a way to share the ball? Absolutely.  Could the addition of Paul add a new dynamic to Kobe and Bynum’s game to push them back into the title picture?  Absolutely, again.  (Think about the Paul and Kobe chemistry thing…this very well could create a similar problem to the Lebron and D. Wade offensive issues of last year. You would have two guys that love to have the ball in their hands and run the offense through them. With them on the floor together, Kobe would have to become more of an off-the-ball player, which could become and absolute disaster.)

The backlash from the media and the rest of the league has been vicious and loud. Many feel like this is as ugly a situation as the Tim Donaghy “game-fixing” scandal of a few years ago. I wouldn’t go that far, but vetoing a trade without really clear grounds to do so and a possible conflict of interest stinks of conspiracy. Supposedly the three teams are back at it trying to come up with another possible scenario to push through a deal, or they may just take legal action against the league to accomplish the same task. In the end, this deal is probably going to go through in one way or the other. The big question is, how long is it going to take.


(for a longer article and great read on the topic:

The Guilty Pleasure Show of the Fall: Revenge on ABC

You’re not going to find a more comprehensive or amusing breakdown of the fall and midseason television lineup anywhere on Al Gore’s creation.  An enormous thank you to Dan Brown (@DeebsonTV, for lending his mind-blowing expertise on the topic.

The shows we discussed are listed below…

Two Broke Girls – Mon, 9/19 – FOX
Terra Nova – Mon, 9/26 – FOX
The Playboy Club – Mon, 9/19 – NBC
New Girl – Tues, 9/20 – FOX
Revenge – Wed, 9/21 – ABC
Suburgatory – Wed, 9/28 – ABC
Up All Night – Wed, 9/14 – NBC
Free Agents – Wed, 9/14 – NBC
Charlie’s Angels – Thurs, 9/22 – ABC
How To Be a Gentleman – Thus, 9/29 – CBS
Person of Interest – Thurs, 9/22 – CBS
Whitney – Thurs, 9/22 – NBC
Prime Suspect – Thurs, 9/22 – NBC
Once Upon a Time – Sun, 10/23 – ABC
Pan Am – Sun, 9/ 25 – ABC
Allen Gregory – Sun, 10/30 – FOX

House – Mon, 10/3 – FOX
Parenthood – Tues, 9/13 – NBC
Glee – Tues, 9/20 – FOX
Harry’s Law – Wed, 9/21 – NBC
Modern Family – Wed, 9/21 – ABC
Happy Endings – Wed, 9/28 – ABC
Community – Thus, 9/22 – NBC
Parks and Rec – Thus, 9/22 – NBC
The Office – Thus, 9/22 – NBC
30 Rock – returns – NBC

Alcatraz – Jan 16 – Fox
Touch – March 19 – Fox
The Finder – January 12 – Fox
Napolean Dynamite – Jan 15 – Fox
Breaking In – March 6 – Fox
Smash – Feb. 6 – NBC
The Firm – Jan 8 – NBC
Fashion Star – March 13 – NBC
Are You There, Chelsea – Jan 11 – NBC
Rob – Rob Schneider – Jan 12 – CBS
Work It – Jan 3 – ABC
GCB (Good Christian Belles) – March 4 – ABC
The River – Feb 7 – ABC
Missing – Ashley Judd – March 15 – ABC