Weekend TV Preview

Friday, February 27 by

Fantastic TV Friday is patiently waiting for your gaze. Do what you can to drink up the !@#$ out of Battlestar–only 4 more episodes! What are we dorks going to do without the Cylons and the frak and the spaceships and the space drama and the Caprica 6? (I guess wait for this?) On the other hand, Terminator and Friday Night Lights are in the prime of their seasons, and as Sunday Special Treat, the How’s Your News crew of intrepidly unique reporters visits the Mardi Gras capitol of the world. Your preview after the break

Battlestar Galactica 10/9c on SciFi

Last week, Ellen reunited with the "Final Five" cylons while the rebel Cylons considered abandoning the colonial fleet. Tonight, Kara tries to reconcile her identity with her grisly find on Earth while the Cylons on Galactica want to charge Boomer with treason.

Check out the Galactica Sitrep for more BSG goodies

Friday Night Lights 9/8c on NBC

Last week Riggins tried to get the team to accept J.D., but J.D.’s dad got in the way. Tonight, Eric and Tami try to persuade a player’s parents to let him play football; Billy helps Tim pursue a scholarship; Jason, Herc, and the Riggins bros. prepare to sell the house; and Buddy’s visit with his kids doesn’t go as planned.

Terminator:The Sarah Connor Chronicles 8/7c on FOX

Last week, Sarah probed the company town connected to the decimated factory with John, Derek and Cameron while Weaver sought out a potential surivor. Tonight, nightmare drive Sarah to visit a sleep clinic and she speculates about Skynet’s motives at the facility.

How’s Your News? 10.30/9.30c, SUNDAY on MTV

The crew visits New Orleans, where they attend a pirate convention, an oyster eating contest, and the Angola Prison Rodeo. They also interview local rappers and feed swamp alligators.

Late Show Round-Up (From Best to Worst)

Conan 1235/1135c NBC

Hugh Laurie, Joel McHale, the Gaslight Anthem

Craig Ferguson 1235/1135c CBS

Rosie O’Donnell, the Knux

Letterman 1130/1030c CBS 

Clint Eastwood, Randy Rodgers Band

Leno 1135/1035c NBC

Jimmy Fallon, Neil DeGrasse, Lee Ann Womack

 

Happy Viewings To You Good Sir–Screenjunkies.com

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