What’s On TV Tonight: Thursday, October 1st, 2009

Thursday, October 1 by
Louis C.K., Robert Townsend, Brian Regen, and a dead Amish kid. Tonight’s TV Preview is a laugh riot.
 
CHECK OUT WHAT TO WATCH AFTER THE JUMP
 
NOTE: ALL TIMES EASTERN & PACIFIC!!!

 
BONES
Network: FOX
Time: 8 – 9PM
 
Reasons to watch: Tonight the Boner Squad suspects foul play when the remains of an Amish boy are discovered. Bones must determine the cause of death and murderer without the aid of her high tech gadgetry due to the wishes of the Amish community. Actually I’m making that part up. I’m pretty sure you can do whatever you want to their corpses. Google it though just in case I’m wrong.
 
Parks and Recreation
Network: NBC
Time: 8:30 – 9PM
 
Reasons to watch:Parks and Recreation has yet to find its groove but perhaps Louis C.K. can put an end to that. The comic joins the show tonight in a recurring guest spot. So if you miss him tonight, you’ll be able to see him on a future episode. Think of him as a big, likeable yeast infection.
 
THE METEOR MAN
Network: BET
Time: 8 – 10PM
 
Reasons to watch: The Meteor Man is a supremely underrated movie. Robert Townsend stars as a mild-mannered teacher who takes back the night from street toughs after gaining super powers. It’s a lot like Blankman save for the lack of David Alan Grier and a homemade robot.
 
NITRO CIRCUS
Network: MTV
Time: 10 – 10:30PM
 
Reasons to watch: The crew visits Grave Digger’s mud park where a team member suffers a violent fall and his nice white pants get absolutely ruined.
 
BRIAN REGAN: THE EPITOME OF HYPERBOLE
Network: Comedy Central
Time: 10 – 11PM
 
Reasons to watch: Brian Regan has been working in comedy for eons now and is one of the best performing today. Here’s a sample of his humor if you are not familiar: "Hey, you know who I feel bad for? Arab-Americans who truly want to get into crop dusting." Check him and his face out tonight.
 
WHO’S ON LATE
 
LENO
Chris Rock
 
LETTERMAN
Woody Harrelson; Kim Kardashian
 
CONAN
Michael Moore
 
KIMMEL
Hayden Panettiere; Matthew Rhys: Joss Stone performs
 
FERGUSON
Patrica Arquette; Dominic Cooper
 
FALLON
Ryan Reynolds; Emma Stone; Miranda Lambert performs
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