It’s the 13th, it’s Friday, and the moon is 91% full…Things gonna happen extra weird for you today, what with it being the second freaky friday in a row. Watch out!–dogs will be able to jump extra high, babies will stare at you, and your bike just might blow up if you try riding it. Luckily for you, TV laughs defiantly in the wretched face of superstition, offering a no-nonsense weekend of black cat bootin,’ astrology free programming of superb (and almost over!) Sci-Fi drama, robots, football, and a little methamphetamine. Take charge of your destiny this Friday the 13th, by staying the hell inside! Your preview after the break.
Last week, Helo coped with the abduction of Hera while Galactica’s damages overhwhelmed the crew’s repair efforts. Tonight is Part 1 of ‘Daybreak,’ where Adama calls for a volunteers for a final mission.
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Last week, Jason pursued a sports agent job on New York with assistance from Riggins; Tami wanted Eric to consider buying a new home; Matt asked Eric to let him play in a new position; and Tyra’s college interviews coincided with Cash’s departure from Dillon. Tonight, Tim returns to Dillon to find a depressed Billy; Eric plans a surprise for Tami’s birthday; Tyra begins to regret leaving Cash; Matt’s mom and grandmother clash; and Lyla and Mindy commiserate over dating the Riggins bros.
Last week, Cameron’s glitch reccured with dire consequences and Riley worried that Cameron has found out the truth about her. Tonight, Part 1 of ‘Today is the Day,’ where Sarah and John plan to vacate their home while Jesse recalls a life-changing mission on the Jimmy Carte submarine.
Last week, Walt and Jesse once again bearing witness to Tuco’s incendiary disposition, led them to the conclusion that it’s time to put an end to their business dealings with him. Tonight, trying to disassociate themselves from the volatile Tuco takes a bad turn when Walt and Jesse get trapped with the dealer, and Skyler, worried about her missing husband, receives comfort from her sister and brother-in-law.
Letterman 1130/1030c CBS
Will Ferrell, Cursive
Jimmy Fallon 1235/1135c NBC
Tracy Morgan, Jarod Miller, Trace Atkins
Jimmy Kimmel 1205/1105c ABC
The Rock, Kristen Stewart, The Dream
Leno 1135/1035c NBC
John Krasinski, Kara DioGuardi, Randy Travis
Craig Ferguson 1235/1135c CBS
Christina Ricci, Mike Birbiglia
—no new Conan until June 1st —
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