Whats good on TV tonight, Dan?

What’s on TV: Wednesday
-American Idol (Fox, 8 ET/PT) expands its results show to an hour again tonight, even though the number of contestants has dropped. Consider those seemingly incompatible factors, and you’ll have some idea of how mercilessly padded this hour is likely to seem. How many recaps can you possibly watch? Really, people: Read a book until 8:50. I promise, you won’t miss anything of import. Also, expect Josh, The Mean Marine, to be booted off tonight, followed next week by the female Eddie Griffin (Trenyce), then Kimberly The Cow, leaving Clay and Ruben as the two finalists.
– Matthew Perry completes his guest stint on The West Wing (NBC, 9 p.m. ET/PT), and lands right in the middle of a scandal and a crisis involving the vice president (Tim Matheson). Boy, you combine West Wing with 24, and it just isn’t a very good season for vice presidents.
-What’s in a name? Angel (WB, 9 p.m. ET/PT) hopes to find out, as this increasingly exciting series moves a step closer to next week’s season finale.
-Over at Fox, Wanda at Large (9:30 p.m. ET/PT) ends its try-out run, as Wanda fights with Keith (Dale Godboldo) over an honorary degree. I’m not sure her show deserves a second season so why bother with this episode?