Whether you praise the gods, or the one true cylon god, can we all just be happy that the second half of Battlestar Galactica is back this week, along with a few other old friends?

Monday:

Kyle XY -
Tonight is the season premiere for everyone's favorite innocent eyed test tube baby. "It Happened One Night" picks up right where last season left off, Kyle is searching for Amanda and everyone else has to deal with prom drama. The season starter is on ABC Family at 9 PM.

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Movies:
You can not hold a young scientist down, especially when they're as cute as Jake Gyllenhaal. Learn the trials and tribulations that came with being rocket-scientist smart in a coal miner's town in October Sky on AMC at 8 PM.

Big Red graces us with his big bad presence in the original Hellboy on FX at 8 PM.

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Travel through time via letters ā€” and sob with overwhelming boredom ā€” with Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock in The Lake House on the Oxygen Channel at 7 PM.

Tuesday:

The Universe -
What are the chances that there's "Another Earth" floating around in the big black beyond that is space? The History Channel tries to figure it out at 9 PM.

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Battlestar Galacitca -
The top ten things you need to know about Battlestar Galactica is on the Sci Fi Channel at 3:30 PM, so now you too can play the exhausting "who's the final Cylon" game.



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Movies:
Will Smith, Converse shoes, and robots come together at 7:30 PM on FX, to bring you iRobot, the movie where a CG faced machine is more likable than both of the main characters.

Wednesday:

Spook yourself all over with the Tales From The Darkside marathon over at the Sci Fi Channel from 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM.

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Movies:

See the original terrible end of the world movie The Day After Tomorrow on Fox FX at 7:30 PM, before 2012 comes out and ruins everything, again.

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The Hills Have Eyes II is on HBO 10 PM

Thursday:

Smallville -
Chloe gets kidnapped by smoldering Doomsday, Lana comes back, and possibly Lex shows up (we can hope, anyway), on this week's Smallville episode, "Legion." Clark searches for the missing Chloe, while battling the Persuader (Fraser Aitcheson) with a little help from three superheroes known as the Legion: Rokk (Ryan Kennedy), Imra (Alexz Johnson) and Garth (Calum Worthy).

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Supernatural -
An evil she-ghost kidnaps a new family's young son, and holds him hostage in the walls of an old house. It's up to Sam and Dean to get him out. Oh, and Lucifer makes his way back to Earth, in "Family Remains" on the CW at 9 PM. But to be honest, I'm really much more excited about next weeks' episode, "Criss Angel Is a Douche Bag." Because he is.

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Eleventh Hour -
CBS' Eleventh Hour is back, with another crazy science riddle. What's in the water that's making everyone turn into bloodthirsty murderers? Hood has to get to the bottom of this Texan mystery before he too becomes a crazy killer. Eleventh Hour is on at 10 PM.

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Friday:

Star Wars: Clone Wars -
Anakin is wounded, and it's up to little Ahsoka to save his life and convince the adorable natives of an uncharted planet to give them shelter. The first half of the two-part episode "Jedi Crash" is on Cartoon Network at 9 PM.

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Battlestar Galactica -
Tonight is the night! BSG is back, baby, and hopefully bringing some answers about where the crew actually landed, and who the final Cylon is. (At the very least, we'll find out why the fleet had to jump away in such a hurry during those webisodes.) There will be an all day BSG marathon on the Sci Fi Channel from 8 AM until the 10 PM premiere.

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Saturday:

Movies:
TNT is having a movie marathon, starting with everyone's favorite awkward aliens from M. Night Shyamalan's Signs at 2 PM, followed with Jurassic Park 3 at 4 PM, Independence Day at 8 PM, Spider-Man at 10:45 PM, Ultraviolet at 1:15 AM, and Doom at 2:34 AM.

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Catch up on your crazy reality show voyeurism fetish, with Jim Carrey's The Truman Show on TBS at 10:30 AM followed by the super-smart John Travolta in Phenomenon.

Sunday:

Movies:

Spider-Man is on FX Sunday morning at 5:30 AM, with the Mac-vulnerable aliens of Independence Day at 8 AM.

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