Grey's AnatomyWhat we're watching
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If you know me on a Sunday night, you know it's all about Grey's Anatomy, back with a new episode after taking a week off. *shrug*, I'm at work when General Hospital is on and I gotta get my fill of soap opera-y doctoring. It's even one of Sarah's Top 5 of 2005. I'm probably going to have to hand in my man card if anyone finds out I read the fake blog of one of the characters.

Edit: Oops, looks like the Grey's Anatomy ep is one of those lame recap episodes, feel free to skip if you're up to speed already. (Thanks Bill K)

If Grey's isn't your speed, HBO has The Sopranos followed up by Deadwood in glistening 1080i, and I hear that in surround sound you can actually tell what the people in Deadwood are saying. Crazy, I know.

After the jump is our traditional listing of HD programs throughout the night. Here are some other HDTV programs showing on selected networks today. All times are Eastern and reruns are in italics:

ABC (720p): Desperate Housewives (9 p.m.), Grey's Anatomy (10 p.m.)

CBS (1080i): Cold Case (8:30 p.m.). CSI: NY (9:30 p.m.), CSI: Miami (10:30 p.m.)

NBC (1080i): West Wing (8 p.m.), Law & Order: Criminal Intent (9 p.m.), Crossing Jordan (10 p.m.)

Fox (720p): Nada, why aren't animated series in high definition anyway?

UPN (1080i): Veronica Mars (7 p.m.)

WB (1080i): Reba: Beginnings (7 & 7:30 p.m.)

Discovery-HD (1080i):
Sunrise Earh (7 p.m.), Equator (8 p.m.)

ESPN-HD (720p): NFL Primetime (10 p.m.) Sportscenter (10:30 p.m.)

HBO-HD (1080i): Men in Black (7:15 p.m.), The Sopranos (9 p.m.), Deadwood (10 p.m.)

Showtime-HD (1080i):
National Treasure (6:45 p.m.)

TNT-HD (1080i):
Law & Order (6 & 7 p.m.) Remember the Titans (8 p.m.)

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