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Your select viewing guide for Wednesday, May 9
COMEDY Betty White’s Off Their Rockers NBC, CTV Two, 8 p.m. Although critics have castigated this hidden-camera series hosted by 90-year-old Betty White, you can’t argue with the numbers: Since launching last month, Off Their Rockers has become one of NBC’s highest-rated programs with a weekly audience of nearly seven-million U.S. viewers. Or think of it this way: The show gets more than double the audience of Community and 30 Rock combined. In any case, tonight’s new episode finds Ms. White setting her troop of seniors loose upon an unsuspecting public. The pranks include a nice old lady enlisting a stranger to pretend they are romantically involved, and former Batman star Adam West plays a dotty old fellow searching for a masked man in a cape.
COMEDY Suburgatory ABC, CITY-TV, 8:30 p.m. Only fools rush headlong into romance and cohabitation. When we last left the single dad George (Jeremy Sisto), he was entranced by the winsome Eden (Alicia Silverstone) and invited her to share his suburban manse with teen daughter Tessa (Jane Levy). Fast-forward a few weeks and Tessa has become accustomed to her new faux-mom, mostly because she’s rather useful in helping her land a summer internship. George, meanwhile, is seeing red when Eden tries to dispense her own parenting advice. The nerve!
COMEDY Modern Family ABC, CITY-TV, 9 p.m. Considering this show takes place in California – and airs on a network owned by the Disney corporation – it was only a matter of time before the Dunphy clan made the pilgrimage to Disneyland. But as should be expected, the big day is fraught with peril. Patriarch Phil (Ty Burrell) is run ragged trying to keep up with youngest son Luke (Nolan Gould). Claire is aghast when she bumps into her oldest daughter’s wastrel boyfriend Dylan. And Jay (Ed O’Neill) and Gloria (Sofia Vergara) butt heads over what constitutes “sensible shoes.” It’s a small world, after all.
DRAMA CSI CBS, CTV, 10 p.m. The future is looking bright for this sturdy crime-procedural, which brings its 12th season to a close tonight. Besides weathering the departure of Laurence Fishburne and arrival of Ted Danson as the new CSI lab boss D.B. Russell, the show has survived a switch to a new night and is handily winning its timeslot week in and week out. In the closer, Russell and his lab rats investigate the discovery of three dead bodies a few blocks from a high-end campaign dinner. Former Frasier star Peri Gilpin guests as Russell’s wife.
MOVIE Kiss of Death TLN, 10 p.m. When David Caruso left the hit TV series NYPD Blue in 1993, it was to pursue his film career. One year later, he was the top-billed star in this unsettling crime drama, which garnered solid reviews but fared poorly at the box office. Caruso is actually very good in the role of Jimmy Kilmartin, an ex-con recently released from prison and trying to fulfill a promise to his wife (Helen Hunt) to stay clear of crime. All bets are off when Jimmy’s idiot cousin Ronnie (Michael Rappaport) talks him into driving a convoy of stolen cars for the psychotic gang boss Little Junior, played by a pumped-up Nicolas Cage. Jimmy gets caught and only avoids a long prison stretch under the proviso that he work undercover toward the cause of putting Little Junior away for good.