The best thing to do tonight as a citizen of these United States is pay close attention to the results as 24 states select their delegates for each party's presidential nomination. By the end of tonight we may have a solid consensus as to who the two top presidential candidates will be.
But seeing as this is an entertainment blog, I should do more than tell you to watch The Daily Show (11 p.m., Comedy Central) or something. So you can also consider these alternatives to politics:
Logo is premiering Rosie O'Donnell's latest pet project, Big Gay Sketch Show, at 10 tonight. House (9 p.m., FOX) concludes its three-episode run of new material. And if you can stand the new depths of sleaze, Nip/Tuck (10 p.m., FX) is still there to make me regret my glowing review from earlier this season.
As is becoming common, Skully's, 1151 N. High St., has the only decent Tuesday live music. Jangle-pop shoegazers TV Eye, quickly becoming a mainstay on local stages, headline a night that also features Winter Makes Sailors, the solo project of musical man-about-town Sean Gardner (Melty Melty, The Kyle Sowashes, Bookmobile), and the mysterious question mark that is White Heat.