DWTS and goodbye to Anthony Bourdain: 'No Reservations' for tonight's prime time viewing

A great night for foodies and dance fans.

WASHINGTON, Nov. 5, 2012 ― Finally, the last day before the election is here. This means it will be the last night you sit down to watch television and at some point feel like throwing the remote through the screen because of political ads, at least for a while. No matter who your favorite candidate is, celebrate the right to vote by exercising it. As you exit the polls, do a happy dance because it is all over.

Meanwhile, tonight’s TV viewing offers something for everyone, so enjoy.

For those fans who want more information about tonight’s episode, our resident DWTS expert Gayle Falkenthal has written a wonderful article.

For Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations fans, a review of the show is also available.

8 p.m. Dancing celebrities, break-ups and new glasses in this hour.

ABC: Dancing With the Stars: All Stars: (Live) The seventh week of competition features fusion dancing and a swing dance marathon.

CBS: How I Met Your Mother: (New) As the season of break-ups continues, Ted (Josh Radnor) and Victoria (Ashley Williams) must choose the next step in their long and complicated relationship. Meanwhile, Robin (Cobie Smulders) worries about Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) when he chooses a dog to be his wingman.

FOX: Bones:(New) A killer challenges the Jeffersonian team’s skills.

NBC: The Voice: (New) Two coaches’ teams lay it all on the line, live for your votes and a trip to the next round.

CW: 90210: (New) Naomi (AnnaLynne McCord) plans a romantic getaway with Max, intending to disclose that Alec (Trai Byers) kissed her, but when Max (Josh Zuckerman) persuades Naomi to perform a trust-building exercise, she freaks out when she’s unable to complete it.

8:30 p.m.

CBS: Partners: (New) A pair of new glasses bring out a super new Wyatt (Brandon Routh).

9 p.m. Credit woes and heart transplants in this hour.

CBS: Two Broke Girls: (New) A new pre-approved credit card causes strife between Max (Kat Denning) and Caroline, (Beth Behrs) who have different opinions on what to charge on it. Meanwhile, Earl’s (Garret Morris) estranged son (Cedric the Entertainer) arrives in the Big Apple with hopes of becoming a stand-up comedian.

FOX: The Mob Doctor: (New) Grace (Jordana Spiro) fights for a critically ill woman’s heart transplant.

CW: Gossip Girl: (New) Chuck’s (Ed Westwick) continued investigation into his father’s dealings leads him to an unlikely event with Manhattan’s elite, where he hopes to find the one person who can tell him the truth about Bart (guest star Robert John Burke).

9:30 p.m.

CBS: Mike and Molly: (New) Mike (Billy Gardell) is forced to set up his mom with his boss, despite his many reservations

10 p.m. Sci-fi geeks and lost children in this hour.

ABC: Castle: (New) As Beckett (Stana Katic) and Castle (Nathan Fillion) investigate a murder at a sci-fi convention, they encounter avid fans in costume, egotistical celebrities, and a lot of drama.

CBS: Hawaii Five-0 (New) It’s Halloween in Hawaii and the clock is ticking when a grisly murder leads the team to a ritualistic killing, and evidence suggests that the killer will soon strike again

NBC: Revolution: (New) Charlie (Tracy Spiridakos) convinces Miles (Billy Burke) to help a village of lost children.

Basic cable:

A new episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills at 9 p.m. on BRAVO

The final episode of Anthony Bordain: No Reservations at 9 p.m. on Travel Channel

A new episode of Dangerous Grounds at 10 p.m. on Travel Channel

For movie lovers:

Four Brothers at 8 p.m. on AMC

The Big Lebowski at 8 p.m. on SHOWTIME

Shutter Island at 8 p.m. on SyFy

Jaws at 9 p.m. on MOMAX

The Day After Tomorrow at 10 p.m. on CINEMAX

Transsiberian at 10 p.m. on SHOWTIME


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