TV: Tuesday Hot List

Apr. 28 2009, Published 4:40 a.m. ET

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After seeing Ashton Kutcher’s MTV success with Punk’d, Justin Timberlake gets in on the executive producing action with his intense reality game show called, The Phone. In tonight’s episode, four contestants receive a mysterious phone call, along with instructions to uncover a corporate conspiracy that’s threatening an environmental group. Their tasks include them having to face some of their worst fears in a quest for $50,000. Look at it as 24 meets The Amazing Race, meets Fear Factor! So cool!

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On our favorite firefighter dramedy, Rescue Me, Lou wants to cooperate with sexy, French reporter Genevieve (Karina Lombard) who’s writing a book on 9/11, because he’s hot for her. She’s hot for Tommy (Dennis Leary), who’s kinda-sorta hot for her. And who isn’t hot for Franco (Daniel Sunjata)?! Yum! Although everyone is kinda ticked off at Franco for his belief in the 9/11 Conspiracy Theory. Expect dramatic moments when Tommy is shown some disturbing footage of 9/11. LOVE THIS SHOW!

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And it’s gonna be a hot one on Idol tonight dawg!! Producers hit one out of the park when they came up with tonight’s theme… songs popularized by the Rat Pack! Oh yeah baby! Frankie, Sammy and Dean... it doesn’t get any better than that!

Notable mentions… Robin Thicke performs on Dancing With the Stars and Hillary Duff guest stars on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.

Tuesday Night Hot List


American Idol (FOX)


Fringe (FOX)

Dancing With the Stars (ABC)


Rescue Me (FX)

Prehistoric Predators: Monster Shark (NGC)

The Phone (MTV)

Out of the Wild: The Alaska Experiment (DSC)

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (NBC)

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