Bill Murray is rumored to be in talks to play Pawnee's mayor on Parks and Recreation, two more years of Survivor, Charlie Sheen sues Warner Brothers for $100 million and TeenNick will bring back all of your 90s favorites.

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What's New on TV Tonight

8 PM — 9 PM
CBS: The Big Bang Theory and Rules of Engagement
Showtime: Fierce Funny Women

9 PM — 10 PM
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HGTV: Selling New York
TruTV: World's Dumbest
Discovery: Man vs. Wild
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10 PM — 11 PM
Discovery: Man vs. Wild
TLC: Cake Boss: Baby Special
HGTV: Selling New York
TruTV: World's Dumbest

Tonight's Late Night Guests

The Daily Show: Trey Parker & Matt Stone (Comedy Central)
The Colbert Report: Jeff Greenfield (Comedy Central)
Conan: Seth Rogen, Wendy Williams, Lykke Li (TBS)
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Jimmy Kimmel Live: Cameron Diaz, Henry Winkler, Cake — repeat (ABC)
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Ashton Kutcher, Aubrey Plaza, Neon Trees — repeat (NBC)
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon: Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, Martin Bashir, Laurie Anderson — repeat (NBC)
Late Show with David Letterman: Adam Sandler, Chris Colfer, Gang of Four — repeat (CBS)
Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson: Wanda Sykes, Kevin McKidd (CBS)

In TV News...

  • Amazing! Bill Murray is rumored to be in talks to play the Mayor of Pawnee, Indiana on Parks and Recreation. [Splitsider]
  • Children of the 90s, rejoice! TeenNick will begin airing all of your old favorites: Rugrats, Kenan & Kel, Pete & Pete, The Amanda Bynes Show, All That and Clarissa Explains It All. Way cool! [Inside TV]
  • Delocated's first and second season will come out on DVD in July. [TV Shows on DVD]
  • Michael Chiklis has signed on to be the lead in a new sitcom pilot by Conan O'Brien. Does this mean the end of No Ordinary Family? [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • Yesterday, CBS ordered two more seasons of Survivor—and Jeff Probst, for that matter! [TVLine]
  • Just so that we're all clear—Michael Scott's last episode on The Office will be April 28th, not the season finale. [TV Guide]
  • When art imitates life: The Wire's "Snoop" was just busted for drugs. [Warming Glow]
  • Oh, by the way—Charlie Sheen is suing Chuck Lorre and Warner Brothers for 100 million dollars. [TV Line]
  • Here's a roundup of 21st century sitcoms that will still be funny in 2026. [Flavorwire]
  • Oh, good—Mike Schur (producer of Parks and Recreation) says there's no truth to the rumor that Rob Lowe may leave the show to fill Charlie Sheen's shoes on Two and a Half Men. [Inside TV]
  • Singer Ciara will pick up the pom poms and head to Hellcats for an episode. [Perez]
  • Kiera Knightly has joined the cast of SyFy's mini-series Neverland. She'll play Tinker Bell. [TV Guide]
  • Rick Springfield will guest star on Hawaii Five-0 as a world-famous fashion photographer. [TV Guide]
  • Chris Klein will join Elijah Wood in that show about a dog named Wilfred. [TVLine]

Around the Web...

  • Uhh... here's a man with 82 tattoos of Julia Roberts' face on his body. [Best Week Ever]
  • iPhone users! iOS 4.3 just dropped—here's what's new for your phone. [Gizmodo]
  • Today, Judd Apatow tweeted out this photo of a TV show that never was. Stuck in the Head would have starred Amy Poehler, David Krumholtz and Kevin Corrigan. [Splitsider]
  • Ahh! Troll dolls are back—and this time, they look like humans—but will they have gems on their bellies? [MSNBC]
  • Don't you worry, your Captain Crunch cereal isn't going anywhere. [The Daily What]
  • 13 geeky (but great!) 404 Not-Found pages. [Blastr]
  • Watch Chan Marshall play a new Cat Power song. [24-Bit]
  • Funny or Die is branching out into books. [Vulture]
  • Happy 40th Birthday, Jon Hamm! [Matchbook Mag]