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Potts Picks: The Weekend’s Best TV – January 14-15, 2012

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8PM, SUN | NBC
69th Annual Golden Globes Awards
– Lots of celebs, drinking during the awards show, blah, blah, blah … All any of us really care about is seeing just what host Ricky Gervais will say, and whether or not he’ll go further than he did last year, when he ticked off a lot of A-listers. Here’s hoping there are twice as many ticked off celebs as in 2011 …

11:29PM, SAT | NBC
Saturday Night Live
– Harry Potter, er Daniel Radcliffe, makes his first appearance as SNL host, with Lana Del Rey as the musical guest.

8PM, SUN | VH1
Mob Wives
Renee lets the women have it for the ruckus they caused at her Look at Me!, er, birthday, party.

8PM, SUN | FOX
The Simpsons
– In “The D’oh-cial Network,” Lisa regrets creating a new social network – SpringFace – while Patty and Selma compete against the Winklevoss twins (voiced by The Social Network star Armie Hammer) at the Olympics.

8PM, SUN | CBS – 3RD SEASON PREMIERE
Undercover Boss
– Diamond Resorts International CEO Stephen J. Cloobeck goes undercover as an employee at his company and – surprise – is surprised by what he finds out.

8:30 and 9:30PM, SUN | FOX – SERIES PREMIERE
Napoleon Dynamite
– The movie cast members provide the voices for their characters in this animated take on Napoleon’s adventures, which, in the opener, include using an acne cream that makes him feel no pain, leading to his involvement in an underground fight club. Meanwhile, brother Kip dates a bad girl (guest star Amy Poehler).

9PM, SUN | PBS
Downton Abbey
– Anna locates Bates, and the estate is turned into a recovery center for wounded soldiers.

9PM, SUN | FOX
Family Guy
– Brian starts dating a blind woman who hates dogs, which isn’t a problem … until he meets her sighted ‘rents.

9PM, SUN | CBS
The Good Wife
– Alicia defends a fellow attorney who refuses to reveal a client’s identity during a government investigation. The client’s crime: creating a new currency.

9PM, SUN | COMEDY CENTRAL
Kevin Hart: Laugh at My Pain
– Featuring a performance by the comedian who broke Eddie Murphy‘s tour ticket sales record, so, yeah, he’s pretty funny, even if the Comedy Central promos for the special make it look like an uncomfortably large portion of the show revolves around Mr. Hart humping a stool.

9PM, SUN | FOOD NETWORK
Rachael vs. Guy Celebrity Cook-Off
– The six remaining celebs duke it out Chopped-style, with Scott Conant as one of the judges. Remember people, no red onions!

9PM, SUN | BRAVO
Real Housewives of Atlanta
Kandi hosts a dinner party for all the women, while Cynthia, Phaedra and their dudes go on a double date … awwwkward.

10PM, SUN | AMC – 1ST SEASON FINALE
Hell on Wheels
– Cullen’s life with the railroad takes a turn when his past and future meet head on. Like a runaway train. Nice.

10PM, SUN | SHOWTIME
House of Lies
– Marty (Don Cheadle) and the team head to Phoenix to deal with the impending divorce between owners of a pro sports team in a ripped-from-today’s-headlines-y story.

Worth flipping to during commercials:
– On Dog Whisperer (Sat., 8PM, Nat Geo Wild), Cesar tries to help a café owner with a hyperactive bulldog;
– Online bullying factors into a teen’s suicide in the made-for-TV movie Sexting in Subrurbia (Sat., 8PM, Lifetime);
2012 Miss America Pageant (Sat., 9PM, ABC): Chris Harrison and Brooke Burke-Charvet host the 91st annual pageant, live from Las Vegas;
Arcade Fire performs on Austin City Limits (Sat., Check local listings for time and channel, PBS);
Madonna‘s the guest on The Graham Norton Show (Sat., 10:45PM, BBC America);
– Four past champions return to batter battle each other on Cupcake Wars (Sun., 8PM, Food Network);
– On Once Upon a Time (Sun., 8PM, ABC), the Evil Queen makes Hansel and Gretel steal;
– Renee talks Bree into going to a pick-up joint with her on Desperate Housewives (Sun., 9PM, ABC);
– It’s the fourth season finale of Leverage (Sun., 9PM, TNT);
The Big O travels to Joisey to interview Gov. Chris Christie on Oprah’s Next Chapter (Sun., 9PM, OWN);
Nene Leakes visits Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens: Live (Sun., 11PM, Bravo).

 

Potts Picks: The Weekend’s Best TV – January 7-8, 2012

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10PM, SUN | SHOWTIME – SERIES PREMIERE
House of Lies
– Is it great to see Don Cheadle as a series lead? Absolutely. But I wish it were in a more likable series, playing a more likable character. House of Lies has its funny moments, and the topic is an interesting one … Cheadle is Marty Kahn, a legendary management consultant. He and his team, including Kristen Bell as his colleague Jeannie, open the series trying to help a company capitalizing on its part in the subprime scandal justify the obscenely large bonuses they’re getting.

Again, interesting stuff, but it involves a lot of sleazy behavior, from Marty, his cohorts, the companies he works with, his addict ex-wife (who’s also his biggest professional rival) and the stripper who pretends to be Marty’s wife (and then has sex in a bathroom with the actual wife of his client). Did I mention all this unpleasant behavior happens in just the first episode?

Still, House of Lies has its moments, and enough of them to keep watching — Cheadle is flawless as fast-talkin’, cocky Marty, in a Jeremy Piven-as-Ari Gold way, and in episode two, there’s a funny subplot involving guest star Cat Deeley.

11:29PM, SAT | NBC
Saturday Night Live
Charles Barkley hosts the first new SNL of the year, with musical guest Kelly Clarkson.

8PM, SUN | VH1
Mob Wives
– Yeah, yeah, yeah, the brawl at Renee‘s party continues, but let’s be honest, we really all just want to know more about Big Ang, right?.

8PM, SUN | FOX
The Simpsons
– Homer lands a talk radio show and then endorses Ted Nugent for President.

9PM, SUN | FOX
Family Guy
– Meg and … Quagmire?! Ewwwwwwwww.

9PM, SUN | NBC – SERIES PREMIERE
The Firm
– The book became a movie, and now it becomes a TV show, with Josh Lucas taking over for Tom Cruise as Mitchell McDeere. We pick up with the attorney and his wife a decade after the events of the movie, and, despite the fact that the series starts off slowly, there’s still much drama in the McDeeres’ lives.

9PM, SUN | CBS
The Good Wife
– A couple whose divorce was handled by Lockhart/Gardner sues the firm, claiming their breakup was egged on so the lawyers could benefit financially from the case.

CHECK LOCAL LISTINGS FOR TIME AND CHANNEL, SUN | PBS – 2ND SEASON PREMIERE
Downton Abbey
– It’s back for another season, and it’s not too late to jump into this Emmy-winning … make that Emmy-sweeping … British drama. Check out my quick catch-up guide at TheWrap.com for those who still don’t know what all the fuss is about.

9PM, SUN | FOOD NETWORK
Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off
– Each team has to make four desserts, including one with a secret savory ingredient.

9PM, SUN | BRAVO
Real Housewives of Atlanta
– Kandi wants to be a country singer now? Whuuuuut?

9PM, SUN | SHOWTIME – 2ND SEASON PREMIERE
Shameless
– Fiona gets a job at a local bar after her breakup with Steve, while Frank uses Liam as collateral for a gambling debt.

10PM, SUN | BBC AMERICA AND LOGO
Absolutely Fabulous
– Edina and Patsy return (yay!) for a trio of new episodes that kicks off with “Identity,” in which Saffy comes home from prison with her cellmate: Patsy’s drug dealer, who wants Patsy to cough up the huge sum of cash she owes.

10 and 10:30PM, SUN | HISTORY – SERIES PREMIERE
Cajun Pawn Stars
– The Pawn Stars spin-off is set in a Louisiana pawn shop, run by a man named Big Daddy, who trades in things like jewelry. And donkeys. Really.

10PM, SUN | OWN – 2ND SEASON PREMIERE
Oprah Presents Master Class
– The Big O chats with Jane Fonda, who talks about her celebrity-filled childhood, her activism and her own Hollywood and entrepreneurial careers.

11PM, SUN | BRAVO
Watch What Happens: Live!
Andy Cohen stars hosting his aftershow five nights a week, and adds in a bigger variety of pop culture guests (i.e., not just stars from Bravo reality series).

Worth flipping to during commercials:
– On a new Cops (Sat., 8PM, Fox), Spokane police have to shoo away a couple getting frisky in a stranger’s yard;
– Back-to-back episodes open the 8th season of Dog Whisperer (Sat., 8 and 9PM, Nat Geo Wild);
The Graham Norton Show (Sat., 10PM, BBC America) guests include Gerard Butler, Noel Gallagher and Doctor Who buddy Karen Gillian;
Matt Lauer interviews Golden Globes host Ricky Gervais on Dateline NBC (Sun., 7PM, NBC);
– Emma runs for public office on Once Up a Time (Sun., 8PM, ABC);
– On Baseball Wives (Sun., 9PM, VH1), Jordana tries to form an alliance with Anna;
– Bree plans to kill herself, Susan prepares to go to New York and Tom prepares to stay in town after Lynette ‘fesses up about what she’s been involved with on Desperate Housewives (Sun., 9PM, ABC);
Gator Boys (Sun., 9PM, Animal Planet) is a new reality series that follows a Florida duo who remove alligators and other scary animals from residential areas … yes, very Billy the Exterminator-ish;
– The team has to fake a hostage crisis to get out of a tight spot when a heist at a government office goes bad on Leverage (Sun., 9PM, TNT);
– New My Fair Wedding With David Tutera on WE (Sun., 9PM);
– A genius is murdered with an unusual weapon on CSI: Miami (Sun., 10PM, CBS);
– Cullen and Lily are thrown together by a railroad deadline on Hell on Wheels (Sun., 10PM, AMC);
Pan Am (Sun., 10PM, ABC): yep, it’s still on the air;
– On Californication (Sun., 10:30PM, Showtime), it’s season five and a few years have passed as Hank is in NYC, but hoping to return to L.A. He gets the opportunity to move back to the other coast, where he finds his daughter is dating a guy who’s a lot like him.

Potts Picks: The Weekend’s Best TV – October 15-16, 2011

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9PM, SUN | AMC – 2ND SEASON PREMIERE
The Walking Dead
– So. Good. We’ve waited quite a while for the follow up to those first six episodes, and the show doesn’t lose a step with the season two premiere, full of tension, drama, thrills, gore, the continuing love triangle and one of the grossest, by which I mean cool, scenes you will ever see on TV (you’ll know which one I’m talking about when you see it). Also not to be missed: the premiere of Talking Dead (11:59 p.m.), the new Chris Hardwick-hosted aftershow that will air each week after the new Walking Dead eps, and Walking Dead A to Z, the alphabetical guide to all things Dead I wrote this week at TheWrap.com.

11:30PM, SAT | NBC
Saturday Night Live
What’s Your Number? star Anna Faris hosts, and Degrassi alum/rapper Drake makes his first appearance as musical guest.

8PM, SUN | DISCOVERY
iGenius: How Steve Jobs Changed the World
MythBusters hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman host this special that pays homage to the many innovations of the late Apple co-founder and how they have impacted the world.

9PM, SUN | ABC
Desperate Housewives
– Lynette thinks Tom may be dating, and Bree thinks Danielle’s new business may not be as wholesome as she’s hoped.

9PM, SUN | SHOWTIME
Dexter
– Dexter comes face to face with someone he idolized as a teen. Just think about the kind of person Dexter would idolize as a young, aspiring serial killer …

9PM, SUN | CBS
The Good Wife
– Alicia volunteers for a case, but one of her witnesses turns out to be the prime suspect.

9PM, SUN | TV GUIDE
TV Guide: 100 Moments That Changed TV,
Part 4 The Real World and The Simpsons episodes are among the shows that provided seminal TV moments in this penultimate installment of the TV Guide miniseries.

10PM, SUN | FOOD NETWORK
Chopped
– A special Halloween-themed episode finds candy, chicken feet and some, ahem, unusual meats, in the mystery baskets.

10PM, SUN | SHOWTIME
Homeland
– Carrie and her team investigate a potential Al Qaeda attach on American soil.

10PM, SUN | BRAVO
Real Housewives of New Jersey
Reunion, Part 1 – Finally. After three seasons of watching Teresa act like a creep, the women call her on her nonsense. The Teresa vs. Caroline showdown: not to be missed.

10:30PM, SUN | E!
Dirty Soap
Galen and Jenna argue about having another baby, while Nadia and Brandon attend Fashion Week in New York, where he walks in one of the shows.

Worth flipping to during commercials:
Puppies vs. Babies: Cutest of the Cute (Sat., 10PM, Animal Planet): Perhaps the most brilliant idea for a reality show ever, right?;
– On The Amazing Race (Sun., 8PM, CBS), the teams compete in underwater and rock-climbing;
– The gang re-does the home of a family whose child with dwarfism will be able to use everything in the new home on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (Sun., 8PM, ABC);
Gayle considers selling the Gatsby on the season finale of Jerseylicious (Sun., 8PM, Style);
– The remaining contestants visit their mentors’ homes on The X-Factor (Sun., 8PM, Fox);
– On Boardwalk Empire (Sun., 9PM, HBO);
– A fistfight breaks out during a bachelorette party on Bridezillas (Sun., 9PM, WE);
Tim takes his first trip on the Death Road on IRT: Deadliest Roads (Sun., 9PM, History);
24 alum Carlos Bernard (Tony!) guest stars as Horatio’s new nemesis on CSI: Miami (Sun., 10PM, CBS);
– Ray worries his new client may be his old student on Hung (Sun., 10PM, HBO).

Potts Picks: The Weekend’s Best TV – October 1-2, 2011

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9PM, SUN | SHOWTIME – 6TH SEASON PREMIERE
Dexter
– The new season gets off to a great start, as Dexter worries about Harrison’s spiritual future while looking for a good preschool for his son, and also goes to his high school reunion, where he’s got a little Dexter-style karma to deliver. He also unexpectedly finds himself as one of the most popular guys among his old classmates, which leads to several delightfully funny moments.

Not so funny: the season’s new baddies, played by Edward James Olmos and Colin Hanks. They are up to some gruesome adventures, and as great as EJO is as a heroic space commander, he’s even better as a warped, homicidal religion professor.

CHECK LISTINGS FOR TIME AND CHANNEL, SAT | PBS – 37TH SEASON PREMIERE
Austin City Limits
Mumford & Sons and Flogging Molly kick off the new season which will also include episodes with Raphael Saadiq, Widespread Panic, The Decemberists and Gillian Welch.

9PM, SAT | COMEDY CENTRAL
Weird Al Yankovic Live!: The Apocalypse Tour
– Multiple costume changes and a whole string of familiar hits are the highlights of any Weird Al concert. This one, taped in July, includes classics like “Fat,” “Amish Paradise” and “White & Nerdy,” as well as his latest parody, the Lady Gaga-skewering “Perform This Way.”

9PM, SAT | BBC AMERICA – 6TH SEASON FINALE
Doctor Who
– “The Wedding of River Song” is the name of the season ender and it occurs on the day The Doctor is supposed to die.

11:30PM, SAT | NBC
Saturday Night Live
– The fabulous Gilmore Girls/Bridesmaids/Mike & Molly star Melissa McCarthy makes her first appearance as SNL host, with musical guest Lady Antebellum.

CHECK LOCAL LISTINGS FOR TIME, SUN | PBS
Prohibition
Ken Burns‘ latest documentary, this three-part history of Prohibition kicks off with “A Nation of Drunkards,” about the initial movement towards temperance.

8PM, SUN | FOX
The Simpsons
– Superintendent Chalmers’ tales of Teddy Roosevelt and the Rough Riders get Bart all fired up, and when Chalmers gets axed from his job, Bart employs Teddy tactics to get Chalmers’ job back.

9PM, SUN | CBS
The Good Wife
– Alicia tries a case against a tough British attorney, played by guest star Eddie Izzard.

9PM, SUN | FOOD NETWORK – SERIES PREMIERE
Halloween Wars
– The four-part series features five teams, comprised of candy makers, cake designers and pumpkin carvers, who create tricked out Halloween displays for a shot at winning a $50,000 grand prize.

9 and 10PM, SUN | TV GUIDE NETWORK
100 Moments That Changed TV
– Parts one and two of this five-part miniseries counts down TV events like the “Who shot J.R.?” cliffhanger, the Menendez brothers’ trial, the O.J. Simpson car chase and the classic Apple 1984 commercial.

10PM, SUN | HISTORY – SERIES PREMIERE
Around the World in 80 Ways
Survivor alum Boston Rob Mariano and Dennis Anderson attempt to travel around the globe, using any method of transportation they can. In the premiere, that means bus, horse, zipline, motorcycle and water taxi to get to Peru.

10PM, SUN | AMC
Breaking Bad
– “End Times” is the penultimate episode of season four, and if you think Walt and Jesse have been painted into a corner so far, you ain’t seen nothing yet.

10PM, SUN | SHOWTIME – SERIES PREMIERE
Homeland
Claire Danes stars in this terrific new thriller from 24 showrunner Howard Gordon. Danes is CIA operative Carrie Anderson, who’s suspicious when long-missing Marine and POW Nicholas Brody (Damien Lewis) turns up after eight years. He’s got big secrets for sure, but is one of them what Anderson thinks it is, that he’s been flipped by Al Qaeda and is part of some planned terrorist plot against the United States? And, Carrie has a secret of her own … she’s taking medication for some, uh, emotional issues.

10PM, SUN | HBO – 3RD SEASON PREMIERE
Hung
– Ray and Tanya look for financing for their business, while Lenore finds a new, ahem, resource, that may make her their biggest competition.

10PM, SUN | BRAVO
Real Housewives of New Jersey
– The gang’s still in Punta Cana, and they’re all still getting on each other’s nerves. Meanwhile, back in New Jersey, the bratty Ashley considers getting a tattoo.

11PM, SUN | BRAVO
Watch What Happens: Live
– Given all the Real Housewives of New Jersey drama that has unfolded this week, it should make for an interesting evening in the clubhouse when Caroline Manzo stops by to chat with host Andy Cohen.

Worth flipping to during commercials:
Gail counsels a 30-year-old woman whose shopping addictions have left her homeless more than once on Princess (Sat., 10PM, CNBC);
– On The Amazing Race (Sun., 8PM, CBS), the teams face a double elimination in Indonesia;
– The Gomez family in Utah get an Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (Sun., 8PM, ABC);
Making Monsters (Sun., 8PM, Travel) is the new reality series that follows animatronic monster makers Ed and Marsha Edmunds;
– The third season premiere of Tough Love (Sun., 8PM, VH1) finds matchmaker Steve Ward moving the action to Miami as he tries to help a new crop of women meet potential mates;
– A hurricane hits Stoolbend on The Cleveland Show (Sun., 8:30PM, Fox);
– Jimmy tries to make a deal with Arnold Rothstein on Boardwalk Empire (Sun., 9PM, HBO);
– On Bridezillas (Sun., 9PM, WE), one bride’s strict, weird wedding rules includes no chewing gum for anyone;
– Lynette and Tom’s kids take advantage of their parents’ guilt about their separation on Desperate Housewives (Sun., 9PM, ABC);
– Brian ingests some powerful pharmaceuticals on Family Guy (Sun., 9PM, HBO);
– The creepy cliff roads, a truck on the fritz and the language barrier slow the truckers down on IRT: Deadliest Roads (Sun., 9PM, History);
– The CSIs investigate the murder of a gigolo on CSI: Miami (Sun., 10PM, CBS);
– On Dirty Soap (Sun., 10PM, E!), Nadia‘s mom reveals she’s not too happy about the Nadia/Brandon pairing.

Potts Picks: The Weekend’s Best TV – September 24-25, 2011

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10PM, SUN | AMC
Breaking Bad
– Every week of its fourth season, Breaking Bad has been the best thing on TV, and this episode, “Crawl Space,” is no exception. There are several moments so incredible that they’ll have you replaying them and dissecting them until next week’s episode. Let’s just say Hank and Walt continue their game of cat and mouse, with Hank getting frighteningly close to figuring out Gus’ whole operation. Gus, meanwhile, enjoys a moment he’s worked years for, and Skyler’s situation with Ted and the IRS debt trips up Walt’s big plans. You know how, at this year’s Emmys, the Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series category was dominated by the Modern Family cast? That should be the case for the supporting actor drama category at next year’s show … how can you possibly choose between Aaron Paul, Giancarlo Esposito, Dean Norris and Jonathan Banks, who have all given mind-blowing performances this season?

10PM, SAT | BBC AMERICA
The Nerdist
Chris Hardwick, who’s going to host that cool Walking Dead live talk show this fall, discusses all things geeky cool in this special, on which Craig Ferguson and The Doctor, Matt Smith, pop in for guest spots.

11:30PM, SAT | NBC – 37TH SEASON PREMIERE
Saturday Night Live
Alec Baldwin becomes the all-time SNL host champ with this, his 16th hosting gig. Radiohead is the musical guest, and, if the SNL gods are smiling up on us, there will be a Stefon (Bill Hader) appearance.

8PM, SUN | CBS – 19TH SEASON PREMIERE
The Amazing Race
Survivor alums, and still-together reality couple, Ethan Zohn and Jenna Morasca are among the 11 teams competing.

8PM, SUN | FOX – 23RD SEASON PREMIERE
The Simpsons
– What happened to “Nedna,” as in Flanders and Mrs. Krabappel? We find out. Meanwhile, Homer’s threatened by terrorists, and a stranger with a mysterious past – voiced by, appropriately enough, Kiefer Sutherland – steps up to help him.

9PM, SUN | HBO – 2ND SEASON PREMIERE
Boardwalk Empire
– Nucky’s (Steve Buscemi) looking to make a huge real estate deal in Atlantic City, but has to turn his attention to helping Chalky. Meanwhile, Jimmy gets career advice from the Commodore and Al Capone wants to expand his business throughout the Chicago area.

9PM, SUN | ABC – 8TH SEASON PREMIERE
Desperate Housewives
– The show’s final season begins with the Wisteria Lane gang trying to get rid of the body of Gaby’s evil stepdad, who Carlos wiped out last season.

9PM, SUN | FOX – 11TH SEASON PREMIERE
Family Guy
– The Griffins win the lottery. Hilarity ensues.

9PM, SUN | CBS – 3RD SEASON PREMIERE
The Good Wife
– Alicia (Emmy winner Julianna Margulies) defends a Muslim student who’s accused of killing a Jewish classmate.

10PM, SUN | CBS – 10TH SEASON PREMIERE
CSI: Miami
– Picking up where we left off, Horatio’s bleeding after being shot and Natalia’s trying to escape from the trunk of a car submerged in water.

10PM, SUN | E! – SERIES PREMIERE
Dirty Soap
– The reality series follows the soapy real lives of a group of daytime soap stars who are friends, including General Hospital‘s Kirsten Storm and her estranged BFF, and former Days of Our Lives co-star Farah Fath, who dates her current One Life to Live co-star John-Paul Lavoisier. Also starring: GH‘s Kelly Monaco, and Days of Our LivesGalen Gering and Nadia Bjorlin.

10PM, SUN | HISTORY – 2ND SEASON PREMIERE
IRT: Deadliest Roads
– The action moves to South America and the treacherous roads of the Andes, and the drivers this season include Lisa Kelly, Rick Yemm, Hugh Rowland and Dave Redmon.

10PM, SUN | ABC – SERIES PREMIERE
Pan Am
– It’s cool in theory, this retro drama that revolves around Pan Am pilots and stewardesses in the ’60s, but without real focus and a truly charismatic cast, the premiere never really takes off. Pun so intended.

11PM, SUN | BRAVO – 5TH SEASON PREMIERE
Watch What Happens: Live
– Will host Andy Cohen address the many Real Housewives controversies that have unfolded since he was last on the air?

Worth flipping to during commercials:
Doctor Who (Sat., 9PM, BBCA) deals with a silver rat in a department store;
– On the 44th (!) season premiere of 60 Minutes (Sun., 7PM, CBS), South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker get the profile treatment;
– Michelle Obama guests on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (Sun., 8PM, ABC);
– Peter Griffin comes to town on the third season premiere of The Cleveland Show (Sun., 8:30PM, Fox);
– It’s a few days before Frankie’s wedding, and she’s missing just one thing on Bridezillas (Sun., 9PM, WE) … a gown;
– On Drop Dead Diva (Sun., 9PM, Lifetime), Owen asks Jane to go on a year-long New Zealand sailing trip;
– A winner is crowned in the season two finale of The Great Food Truck Race (Sun., 9PM, Food Network);
Alex may take the lead when Hugh and Rick run into an obstacle on Ice Road Truckers (Sun., 9PM, History);
Cee Lo Green and Gabourey Sidibe are guest voices on the seventh season premiere of American Dad (Sun., 9:30PM, Fox).

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