​Wednesday Night TV Is Looking for a Fight

Tonight we've got 20 people who are pretty sure they can dance (including two who'll find that confidence shaken), pregnant astronaut ladies, pugilism at a premium, and Morgan Freeman acting up some more.

At 8/7c. you've got a nerve-wracking POV on Big Brother, It's Top 20 (and two eliminated) on So You Think You Can Dance, and if you are not feeling like enjoying yourself there is a 90-minute special on The CW called The iheartradio Ultimate Pool Party, which is such an off-putting collection of words it could just as well be called The Ultimate Swing-Dance Scream Fisting.

At 9/8c. obviously the only thing on is Extant starring Halle Berry as Charlize Theron and Johnny Depp in The Astronaut's Wife. Just kidding, it looks super awesome. I am a sucker for a robot kid. There's also Suits, and Pay Per View boxing if you like to watch it from your couch like some kind of pussy instead of getting in the ring yourself.

At 10/9c. The Bridge returns for a new season, and Catfish finishes its current one. Some feel-good television at 10/9c. There's also my favorite show every week that I have never seen, Through The Wormhole With Morgan Freeman, which this week asks, "Will We Become God?" I hope the answer is yes ("yes, obviously") but I'm not puttin' money on it.

The things that Morgan Freeman worries about once he's on the other side of that wormhole, just. Man. Never stop learning, you know? Never stop asking questions. It's just like how Matthew McConaughey will never be as good of an actor as Matthew McConaughey: Maybe a wormhole would help.

At 11/10c. I guess Leah Remini and Steve Guttenberg are going to be on Watch What Happens: Live. They both seem seasoned, sane individuals. They've both escaped cults, from what I understand, so that should break the ice.

What I would like What Happens: Live to be is, Leah Remini and Steve Guttenberg help Andy Cohen hose down the place because last night Nicole Richie and Rachel Maddow wrecked shop. Taking body shots off the stripper bartender, pulling those fake books down off the shelves, putting their bras and glasses on that poor turtle. I bet Maddow can cut loose.

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