If you didn't catch "The Daily Show" last night, you missed Mercer University grad student Sarah Dorminy, who was one of a handful of people who was selected from among thousands of video submissions to win a seat on the "Rally To Restore Sanity" bus.
Dorminy, a former Miss Georgia contestant who is studying environmental engineering at Mercer, was shown on the show last night to be jogging in the College Hill Corridor area of town when correspondent Wyatt Senac jumped out of the bushes to invite her on the bus.
Dorminy was then interviewed in a brief segment -- she described herself as a conservative, but not a Fox News watcher -- before she and other selectees boarded the bus with correspondents John Oliver and Jason Jones. (Senac apparently got left behind).
Each night for the rest of the week, Dorminy and the others will be shown in a segment leading to this weekend's rally in Washington, D.C.
You can catch "The Daily Show" on Comedy Central each night at 11 p.m., with reruns throughout the day, or go to www.dailyshow.com to watch clips.
TUESDAY'S BEST BETS: In some good news from ABC, "No Ordinary Family" (ABC, 8 p.m.) earned a full-season pickup. This has been a fun show, and tonight's episode, built around when it's you should tell the truth and when not to. It's followed by "Dancing With The Stars" and "Detroit 1-8-7," which got additional episodes picked up but not a full season.
"NCIS," "NCIS: LA" and "The Good Wife" are all new tonight, as is "The Biggest Loser" and "Parenthood" on NBC.
"Glee" (Fox, 8 p.m.) does a tribute to "The Rocky Horror Picture Show," followed by two episodes of "Raising Hope."
On "Frontline," (PBS, 9 p.m.) they take a look at the BP oil spill.
On cable, SyFy has new episodes of "Stargate Universe" and "Caprica" from 9-11 p.m. while FX has a special 90-minute episode of "Sons of Anarchy" beginning at 10 p.m., so set your recording devices accordingly.