Welcome to a new week of TV! The week looks busy, but network TV itself is quite a bit slower, since most shows have already gone on their fall break. There’s still plenty on, though, so check it out!
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Saturday is a new episode of Saturday Night Live on NBC at 11:29/10:29c. Tonight’s host is Paul Rudd, with musical guest One Direction.
It’s also a new episode of The Graham Norton Show on BBC America at 10/9c. Tonight’s guests are Colin Farrell, Jeremy Clarkson, Jo Brand, Sharon Osbourne, & Arcade Fire.
Also on tonight:
- *Special* – Four Houses – TLC @ 10/9c (1-Hour “Home for the Holidays” Special)
- *New* – Atlantis (#103) – BBC America @ 9/8c
- *New* – Burning Love (#205) – E! @ 3:30AM/2:30AMc
- *New* – Cupcake Wars – Food Network @ 8/7c
- *New* – Orange County Choppers (#104) – CMT @ 9/8c
- *New* – Saturday Night Live (#3908) – NBC @ 11:29/10:29c
- *New* – Swamp Pawn (#204) – CMT @ 10/9c
- *New* – The Graham Norton Show (#1407) – BBC America @ 10/9c
We got our first snow of the season on Wednesday night, although it was pretty much gone by Thursday morning. Just a light dusting. Still, it’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas. Yay! On the TV front, there’s some fantastic stuff on tonight—Friday’s become one of my favorite nights for TV. So Megan & I are here to give you our recommendations.
Jenny’s Choice #1
The last episode of Bones was…really, disgustingly disturbing. Human flesh, meat, and body parts were found in a school’s lunch. *gag* My school lunches were bad, but they were never THAT bad! LOL In the end, it came down to the owner of the company who sold the cans of stew meat, etc, wanting to cut costs and going with a company in Mexico or someplace…that then didn’t even use beef. They sold horse meat. That’s just…nasty. No thank you. At all. Hart Hanson & Stephen Nathan finally found a case that nearly made me throw up. LOL
On tonight’s episode, “The Spark in the Park,” the Jeffersonian team investigates the murder of a nationally ranked gymnast, whose remains were hit by lightning and scattered throughout a public park. Although evidence points to a fellow gymnast (guest star U.S. Olympic Gold Medalist McKayla Maroney) as the key suspect, Brennan and Booth discover the victim was leading a double life. Meanwhile, Booth gets upset when Brennan shows surprising empathy for the victim’s father (guest star Richard Schiff, The West Wing), and Cam confronts the woman who stole her identity.
Find out what kind of double life the victim was leading tonight on FOX at 8/7c.
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