TV alerts: Lesbianish ladies everywhere


I just took a look at the current issue of TV Guide (yes, the actual paper version; it’s awesome) and felt like I was reading a bunch of headlines in the listings for tonight. Lovely ladies everywhere!

First, don’t forget: Top Chef starts tonight (Bravo, 10/9c), with three — count ’em, THREE — lesbian contestants. Read Dara Nai’s interview with those three here, and read blog posts about Padma Lakshmi here. And check back next week for Dorothy Snarker’s recap!

Before that, tonight’s episode of America’s Next Top Model (The CW, 8/7c) features former winner Jaslene and a visit to the meat-packing district. Check out TV Guide‘s interview with Paulina Porizkova here.

On Law & Order (NBC, 10/9c), Lara Flynn Boyle guest stars as a reporter who gets entangled in a murder investigation. She’ll always be Donna from Twin Peaks to me.

Two faves are on the talk shows tonight: Charlize Theron is on Letterman, and Sheryl Crow sings from Detours on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

Finally, it may not be obviously lesbianish, but I’m expecting occasionally great things from Lewis Black’s Root of All Evil (Comedy Central, 10:30/9:30c). Black and various guest comedians will compare “things from life,” asking which is more evil — e.g., . Kim Jong Il or Tila Tequila? Yes, that’s one of the examples Black gives. And one of his examples of not-at-all-evil is Mary-Louise Parker. For a show that’s essentially 30 minutes of ranting, that sounds pretty promising.

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