What's On TV This Weekend: Friday, November 6th - Sunday, November 8th
This weekend, Mad Men wraps it up and Taylor Swift hosts SNL. Kenan, get to work on your Fat Kanye.
CHECK OUT WHAT TO WATCH AFTER THE JUMP
NOTE: ALL TIMES EASTERN & PACIFIC
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6th, 2009
PITBULLS AND PAROLEES
Network: Animal Planet
Time: 10 - 11PM
Reasons to watch: A group of Renaissance-fair actors want to add a dog to their skitches. This is your best chance of seeing a jester get his nuts bit tonight. You'd be a fool to pass it up.
LIVE AT GOTHAM
Network: Comedy Central
Time: 11PM - Midnight
Reasons to watch: The very funn Paul F. Tompkins hosts the very funny Nick Kroll and a slew of other talented comics. How funny could it be? Think of how mad The Jeff Dunham Show makes you feel. This will make you feel the opposite of that.
WHO'S ON LATE
Ricky Gervais; Brian Regan; Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys perform
The Young Scientist Challenge Winner and finalists; The Pixies perform
Ted Danson; hastily-married couple Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom; hastily-formed band Chickenfoot performs
Ewan McGregor; Regina Spektor performs
Rosie O'Donnell; Ian Somerhalder; Joshua Topolsky
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7th, 2009
AUSTIN CITY LIMITS
Time: 8 - 9PM
Reasons to watch: Bespectacled Brit Elvis Costello croons on the Austin stage. And then local heroes the Band of Heathens wash the taste of England out of our mouths with their Americana jangly geetars.
SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE
Time: 11:30PM - 1AM
Reasons to watch: Taylor Swift hosts and performs. We're all really happy for her.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8th, 2009
Time: 8 - 8:30PM
Reasons to watch: Peter goes around kicking everyone after watching Road House. I can totally relate. I wore ladies underpants for years after seeing To Wong Foo Thanks For Everything, Julie Newmar. Aw dammit, diarrhea of the mouth again. Where's the backspace key on this infernal machine?
Time: 10 - 11PM
Reasons to watch:Break out the chip n' dip and enjoy an Old Fashioned as you view the third season finale. Once finished, stow your retro 60's kitsch fancies away in the back of your closet until next season. And then dust off your Dharma Initiative flatware for January's Lost premiere.