[Seven/7:30pm] Will and Grace. Final. In tonight’s one hour final episode, will Will and Grace raise a child together and find ultimate happiness? Will Jack find anyone that loves him as much as he loves himself? Will Karen find true happiness with the absence of Stan? All these questions and more will be answered once and for all. Plus, we take a look at some of the funniest and touching moments that we have shared with Will, Grace, Jack and Karen. Starring ERIC MCCORMACK, DEBRA MESSING, SEAN HAYES and MEGAN MULLALLY. Well it’s got some great gags, but structurally this is a bit muddled. Time and space seems to jump all over the place here, dream sequences, flash forwards etc. Still, it was a fab little series, and some beloved characters emerged. And kudos to sole director for every single episode the legendary James Burrows.
[Seven/8:30pm] 24. 8:00 A.M. – 10:00 A.M.
With hundreds more dead from the most recent bombings, President Palmer feels he has no choice but to meet Fayed’s demands. Jack has one hour to locate Fayed. However, they don’t count on the terrorists having access to a Soviet-era nuclear suitcase bomb. Can CTU locate the bomb before it’s too late? Starring KIEFER SUTHERLAND, MARY LYNN RAJSKUB, DB WOODSIDE, JAMES MORRISON, JAYNE ATKINSON, PETER MACNICOL and ERIC BALFOUR. Holy crap the end of this double ep is a knockout.
[Nine/7:30pm] Getaway. New Series.
[Nine/8:30pm] Missing Persons Unit. New Series.
[Nine/9:30pm] RPA. Premiere.
[Ten/7:30pm] Jamie At Home. Jamie Oliver is doing what he does best – cooking, at home. He explains how easy it is to grow your own produce; sometimes in weird and wonderful ways. Also, how simple it is to make something around only one primary ingredient.
[Ten/8:30pm] Law & Order: S.V.U. New Series. “Informed” Benson is called in after a young woman shows up at the hospital, raped and beaten with her head shaved. After searches in the young woman’s apartment, Benson finds she is a federal informant working with them on eco-terrorism. Guest: Marcia Gay Harden.
[Ten/9:30pm] Law & Order: Criminal Intent. New Series. “Blind Spot” Goren and Eames investigate the death of Heidi Conington, a former ambassador’s daughter. Goren may be wrongly convinced that the killer is Sebastian, the one killer that he has never been able to capture or forget. Guest: Martha Plimpton.
[ABC/11:40pm] Studio 22 : Skulker (G, Rpt) Late night music program hosted by Clinton Walker and Annette Shun Wah. Tonight’s program features Australia’s premier all-girl band, Skulker.
[SBS/10:00pm] Sick Tricks Sick Tricks is a new four part comedy series that will be screening on SBS Television from Thursday, 1 February at 10pm. In this unusual spin on a magic show, stylish tricks alternate with very dark humour and gruesome tricks. Magician Barry Jones and Stuart McLeod play reoccurring gags in all four episodes. Episode 1, Thursday 1 February at 10.00pm. A magician asks people in an English city street if they want to adopt a starving African orphan, then conjures up a little African boy right there on the footpath. magician unlocks a car door from the outside by putting his arm through the closed window. A mental patient hears voices in his head then conjures up a bottle of pills. A carnival puppet plays tricks for a penny, and then signals that there is a man trapped inside the puppet, but no one takes notice. A scene of urban alienation with a hobo, a trick with a candle turning into a mouse and the magicians play a nasty trick in the supermarket.
[31/10:30pm] Studio Q. Tomorrow night on ‘Studio Q’ we kick off our new episodes with our coverage of Midsumma: Glyn Cryer (the Chair of Midsumma’s board) has a chat with Doug Pollard about what’s still to come in the festival. Improvisational performer Billi Lime shares her experiences of Performing in Australia and Germany – she’s also performing at Alia for Midsumma. And the dazzling Dolly Diamond, Uk cabaret singer with a razor sharp wit (and an amazing ability to keep the audience in line), breezes in to the studio to chat about her Midsumma experiences and her show at Chapel Off Chapel in the last week of Midsumma. And if anyone wants to say hello to Bent TV, this coming weekend we’ll be on the pier at the Docklands to wave ‘bon voyage’ to all those lucky souls heading out on the Summa Cruise on Friday night. And on Saturday we’ll be catching the action of DT’s Golden Stiletto Rally in the afternoon, followed by a ‘Movie under the Stars’ at Fairfield ampitheatre, checking out all those lovely picnic hampers that everyone brings along and having a chat with Rowena Doo about MQFF.