Just a few things today since I have a lot of work to do:
--R.I.P.s to actor Tony Curtis, who died Thursday at his home. Curtis was best known for his roles in movies such as "Some Like It Hot." Also to director Arthur Penn ("Bonnie & Clyde," "Little Big Man"), who died Wednesday; comedian Greg Geraldo, who also died Wednesday; and belatedly to actress Gloria Stuart ("The Invisible Man," "Titanic"), who died Tuesday.
--"Glee" hit an all-time ratings high in the 18-49s Tuesday with its Britney Spears-centric crapfest, meaning there really is no accounting for taste.
--Finally, the latest remake of a classic has NBC taking on "The Munsters," under the stewardship of Bryan Fuller ("Pushing Daisies"). However, the new take is being described as "Modern Family" meets "True Blood." Discuss.
THURSDAY'S BEST BETS: "Fringe" (Fox, 9 p.m.) had an awesome season premiere last week, and I'm wondering how long they'll continue with 'Faux-livia' working for 'Walternate' in our universe, with the real Olivia trapped on the other side. I'm not sure, but it was fun to just type that. It follows a new "Bones."
ABC overloads on the drama with "My Generation," "Grey's Anatomy" and "Private Practice."
CBS airs sitcoms "Big Bang Theory," "(Bleep)" and dramas "CSI" and "The Mentalist."
NBC is all comedy from 8-10 p.m. with "Community," "30 Rock," "The Office" and "Outsourced," followed by "The Apprentice" at 10 p.m.
The CW has "The Vampire Diaries" and "Nikita," which I'm kind of digging just a little.
On cable, the gang buys a boat on "It's Always Sunny" (FX, 10 p.m.), followed by "The League" at 10:30 p.m.
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