Cincinnati on the air
Did you catch all the Cincinnati references on TV last night? Mindy Hall of Walnut Hills visited her twin sister Cindy at the “Survivor: Guatemala” camp… A clip of Chad Johnson anchoring Channel 12 sports Wednesday made “ESPN Hollywood” on ESPN2… And No. 1 on David Letterman’s Top 10 List Of Messages Left On Oprah’s Answering Machine” was “It’s Nick. Hey, have you seen Jessica?”
Letterman was great last night with Oprah. I loved it. Did you?
Amy Grant’s “Three Wishes” returns to Ohio tonight (9 p.m., Chs 5, 2) to hook up two young women and their band “Frog Kissers” with Grammy winner LeAnn Rimes. It looks like fans of the show may have run out of wishes – NBC quietly rescinded an order for 6 more episodes last month, and has pulled it from the January schedule. The 10th and last original episode airs next Friday, Dec. 9. Fans of the show can complain to this email address: email@example.com.
The new Friday lineup on Jan. 6 will be “TV’s Most Outrageous Moments” (8 p.m.) “Dateline NBC” (9 p.m.) and “The Book of Daniel” (10). And the geniuses at NBC are moving "My Name Is Earl" and "The Office" to 9-10 p.m. Thursday against TV's runaway No. 1 show, "CSI." LOL, Earl!
(The only good news is that "Scrubs" finally returns -- with 2 episodes nightly 9-10 p.m. Tuesday in the old "Earl"/"Office" slot on Jan. 3.)