Even though there’s a hole in our hearts that BSG used to fill, there’s plenty of excellent TV packing your weekend schedule with a wdie array of entertainment ranging from Jackass inspired hillbillies to a ‘King Baby.’ New episodes of Friday Night Lights, Terminator:TSCC, and Breaking Bad are on their regular schedule, with the series premiere of the Thrillbillies and some stand-up hilarity from Mr. Jim Gaffigan on Comedy Central. So quit moping about the end of Battlestar and go get obsessed with any or all these termendous shows! Your preview after the break.
Last week, Joe asked J.D. to postpone dating to concentrate on football; Buddy’s financial problems affected Lyla; Eric made a shocking discovery; and Landry tired of Tyra’s selfish behavior. Tonight, Matt’s grandma has an accident; Tyra goes to Landry for support; the team is endangered by a new development; Tim sees new changes in Lyla; and J.D. and Joe continue to clash.
Last week concluded ‘Today is the Day’, in which Jesse’ submarine mission in the future impacted John, Sarah and Derek in the present. Tonight, John hides in a safe house with Charley Dixon when Sarah believes her life is in danger.
Watch as master Thrillbillies “Cam” and “Crum” attempt ill-fated feats such as the rocket -propelled toilet while Thrillbillies in training demonstrate their skills on just about anything that moves.
Gaffigan performs in Austin, Texas. Topics include: waffles, bacon, balogna, and bowling. (He’s also a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Friday night.)
Last week, Walt and Jesse attempted to cover their tracks and distance themselves from Tuco, but they found that business is taking a hit along with their financial situation. Tonight, despite Watl’s attemps to reconnect with his family, a suspicious Skyler keeps him at arm’s length and worries about what he’s been up to while he’s been out of the house.
—Listed Below From Best to Worst—
Jimmy Kimmel 1205/1105c ABC
Paul Giamatti, Jim Gaffigan, Keri Hilson ft. Lil’ Wayne
Jimmy Fallon 1235/1135c NBC
Ted Danson, Fred Armisen, N.E.R.D.
Letterman 1130/1030c CBS
Joe Torre, Demetri Martin, Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt
Leno 1135/1035c NBC
Dana Carvey, Billy Mays, Prince
Craig Ferguson 1235/1135c CBS
Lauren Graham, The Damned
—no new Conan until June 1st —
Have a Tremendous Weekend– Screenjunkies.com