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Monday: ‘Heroes’

[IMG:L]Heroes — 9/8c on NBC

By creator Tim Kring’s own admission, Heroes’ sophomore season has been somewhat of a letdown.

And it all comes to an end tonight–well, at least the “half-season” comes to an end.

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NBC closes out the show’s “Volume II: Generations” in rather bloody fashion, as Peter’s (Milo Ventimiglia) reunion with Nathan (Adrian Pasdar) turns violent in Odessa, Texas. And it’s all because of Adam’s (David Anders) pursuit of the damn Santi Virus!

Micha (Noah Gray-Cabey), meanwhile, turns to his mom (Ali Larter) to help him save Monica (Dana Davis).

Elsewhere, Maya (Dania Ramirez) learns the scary truth about Sylar (Zachary Quinto), and Elle (Kristen Bell) tries to get back on her father’s (Stephen Tobolowsky) good side.

Whew, NBC, are those 61 minutes really gonna be enough?!

ALSO…

[IMG:R]Charlie Brown Christmas — 8/7c on CBS
Yeah, you know it’s that time of year–full-blown holiday season. CBS airs accordingly, and for the umpteenth straight year (43rd, in reality), Charlie Brown Christmas. In a story that hasn’t change in four-plus decades, the gang mounts a holiday pageant as Charlie bemoans Yuletide commercialism. But wait, there’s more: Whoopi Goldberg goes behind the scenes for a making-of featurette that includes an interview with creator Charles M. Schulz.

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[IMG:L]Inside the Actors Studio — 8/7c on Bravo 
John Cusack finally gets praised to the heavens by James Lipton tonight, for his long career and roles in movies like Being John MalkovichHigh Fidelity and Say Anything. But mostly because he’s got movies currently out (Martian Child), quasi-out (Grace Is Gone) or coming out soon (War, Inc., et al.).

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