What To Watch On TV: Wednesday Edition

September 17, 2008 By:
What To Watch On TV: Wednesday Edition

America's Next Top Model @ 8pm

It's makeover time! And that means one or two ladies are bound to be in tears before the episode is halfway over. Last week, Tyra couldn't wait to cut Samantha's hair, so expect to see that beautiful blonde mane cropped. Afterward, the models go to Malibu for a swimsuit shoot with model and designer Susan Holmes. One of the night's big questions: How will Isis, the transgender model, fare? She slipped the farthest down the ANTM chain last week and was nearly eliminated. Tyra said Isis didn't even look like a model. Ouch!

Bones @ 8pm

With a title like Bones, it was probably just a matter of time before this show went to the dogs — but that's not necessarily a bad thing. Dog Whisperer Cesar Millan guest stars when the Jeffersonian team's investigation of a veterinarian's murder uncovers the deceased's gambling addiction and ties to an illegal dogfighting ring, and the canine communicator pitches in to help find the killer.

Top Design @ 10pm

Last week's challenge was the bomb: Our interior decorators formed pairs to create functional, small-spaced bomb bunkers, with fallout boy Eddie earning the win with Andrea. We should expect mushroom-cloud explosions in tonight's episode. Here, the contestants design window displays as inspired by Project Runway creations, with former Runway players Daniel Franco, Santino Rice, Jeffrey Sebelia, Sweet P and Andrae Gonzalo on hand. But the guests come with their usual strong aesthetic opinions (Andrae apparently disagrees with wicker), creating a powder keg of tension.

America's Got Talent @ 8pm

8 pm/ET NBC For those looking for a talent trainwreck, sadly all of the contestants lacking talent (per the Hoff, Sharon and Piers, anyway) have long been cut, sort of like a variety-show passage of natural selection. Instead, tonight's super sized episode features the Top 10 performers showing off their considerable entertainment chops. Who will be the fittest to survive? Could it be classy Sinatra-esque crooner Paul Salos, sassy soul singer Queen Emily or young bluegrass trio the Wright Kids? And we shouldn't count out that bundle of cute, 4-year-old Kaitlyn Maher.