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Tonight's TV Highlights: 'According to Jim,' 'Knights of Prosperity' & 'In Case of Emergency'

January 3rd, 2007 8:00am EST
According to JimEmmy nominated According to Jim returns for its sixth hilarious season, premiering Wed., Jan. 3, (8:00-8:30 p.m., ET), on ABC. "According to Jim" will air in back-to-back episodes from 8:00-9:00 p.m., ET, Jan. 3, 10 & 17, and will move to its regular Wednesday 8:30 p.m. time slot on Jan. 24.

In the season premiere, "The Punch," Jim thinks Cheryl has turned Kyle into a mama's boy and doesn't approve. He takes the reigns and teaches Kyle how to become a "man" by teaching him to throw the perfect punch to defend himself against the school bully. However Kyle enjoys his new punching skills so much that he gets suspended for repeatedly hitting the other kid.

Also on tonight:

The Knights of Prosperity
is a hilarious tale of haves and have nots, starring Donal Logue as the leader of a band of affable, new-age Robin Hoods who have never even shoplifted a candy bar, but now find themselves prepping for a heist to finance all of their long-held, heart-felt dreams. The target -- Rock icon Mick Jagger's super luxe Central Park West apartment. The series premieres tonight (9:00-9:30 p.m., ET), on ABC.

In Case of Emergency also premieres tonight (9:30-10:00 p.m., ET) on ABC. "Pilot" -- Jason (David Arquette), Harry (Jonathan Silverman), Sherman (Greg Germann) and Kelly (Kelly Hu) are old friends from high school who find themselves at that stage where they realize that their lives haven't turned out exactly the way they'd planned. Unhappily divorced greeting card writer Harry goes for a relaxing "massage" only to discover his scantily clad "therapist" is Kelly, their high school valedictorian, who's had her own fall from grace. Diet Guru Sherman returns home to discover his wife has left him and taken everything he owns; devastated by the loss, he hijacks a bakery truck and binges on all its contents. Faced with imprisonment for his role in a corporate scandal, financial whiz Jason botches his suicide attempt only to shoot himself in the foot - literally.