Someone Explain T.V. Times to me... I rarely watch TV, with tonight being the first time in maybe... a good month that I watched something. Anyway, there was a commercial for a show set to premiere later this week. They said it would be on at "10pm, 9pm Central". What's that supposed to mean? 10pm for all time zones except Central? Or, is 10pm for EST, 9pm for Central, 8pm for Mountain, 7pm for Pacific, 6pm for Alaska? If so, why does only Central time get it's time specified? Is it assumed that the 10pm, not having a time zone following it, is to be eastern time? If it's 10pm everywhere except the Central time zone... why? Why is Central so special? If I live in Alaska and wanted to watch this show, would I tune in at 10pm or 6pm? Or some other time? I remember seeing this time system on TV since I was barely old enough to remember watching Teddy Ruxpin. So whats the deal?