Damages - I'm not sure I entirely understand what happened. I mean, I know what happened (and all of it very quickly in the final minutes). But when did Patty start setting this play up? I missed any clues that were dropped, if any were dropped (seriously, though, Patty Ex Machina). This season started out with so much drive and just became a messy mess mess along the way (more so than the first season, which faltered in the middle but righted itself by the end). And why was Marcia Gay Harden in so little of the season considering she was in the opening credits (at least Ted Danson was sonly in the credits when he was appearing... and he was only in one scene last night... so weird...)? She only had, like, two scenes the entire season with Glenn Close. Disappointing. This season definitely didn't have the emotional hook the first season did. Hopefully the third/final season will be balls-to-the-wall awesome.
South Park - Very funny episode, glad the show did a "silly for silly's sake" episode after last week's episode about the economy (which was hilarious, but serious... I still laugh at the "chart" the government was using).
Scrubs - Weird that on a night that South Park did an episode about queefing (yeah... like I said, silly for silly's sake), Scrubs has a plotline about a female patient who refuses to fart (and it turns out is HIV positive...?)