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[ # ] Intelligence is smart and raise a glass to Cougar Town!
January 7th, 2014 under CBS, TNT/TBS/TCM


Josh Holloway is back on TV tonight at 9p in CBS’s Intelligence and you will want to get lost on this show. Gabriel Vaughn (Holloway) has a chip implanted his brain that makes him a walking computer. He is America’s most prized possession and Riley Neal (Meghan Ory) is brought on to protect him. Neal was working for the President and she’s the best Secret Service person out there. She thinks protecting the President is the most important job in the country, but he thinks protecting Vaughn is even more important. So now she is protecting the humanputer, who is more human than computer. Which means he still lets emotions control him, like finding out what happened to his CIA wife, who disappeared 5 years ago and is believed to have changed sides. He won’t give up searching for her, and because of that he puts his life in danger. He also risks his life when he uses his knowledge to stop the bad guys. Each week Neal and him will use his computer brain to keep the world safe. So tune in for the exciting show that moves to Mondays at 10p after tonight’s debut.

Then at 10p, grab a bottle of wine and change the dial over to TBS because Cougar Town is back for its 5th season tonight. In the premiere episode, Jules (Courteney Cox) walks in on her son, Travis (Dan Byrd) and Laurie (Busy Phillips) having sex in the shower and the three of them will never be the same. How will this effect their dynamic.
Bobby (Brian Van Holt) has come into a lot of money, thanks to PennyCan being an international hit, and Grayson (Josh Hopkins) wants some of the money he owes him back. No matter how many hints Grayson drops, Bobby doesn’t get it. Will Jules second husband ever get the money back from her first one?
Finally, Andy (Ian Gomez) has been letting his toddler son, Stan, watch A Nightmare on Elm Street, and now the little terror is terrified. How will Andy correct his error? You have to see it to believe it!
So tune in for a sitcom that gets funnier with age!

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