Monday November 26
“I love mankind; it’s people can’t stand.” -Charles Schulz (November 26, 1922 – February 12, 2000)
Bones (8PM, FOX) When a street artist falls into his own adhesive, he also lands on human remains that stay glued to his body.
How does this idea even come up in the writer’s room? I have a feeling it started off when somebody suggested they all start sniffing glue.
The Voice (8PM, NBC) The top 8 artists perform.
As well as a guest performance by 50 Cent with Adam Levine. The person behind that idea was on something more than just glue.
How I Met Your Mother (8PM, CBS) The gang remembers delinquent moments from their teenage years.
In a story that Ted is reminiscing about with his kids, he is reminiscing about when he was a kid. It’s a story within a story. Ted is trying to complete Inception.
Dancing with the Stars: All Stars (8PM, ABC) The remaining three couples perform two dances each, including a freestyle.
Shawn Johnson is setting up to beat Melissa Rycroft for a second time. Melissa, obviously getting desperate, was seen talking with Tonya Harding this week discussing “beating” Olympic athletes.
Basketball Wives LA (8PM, VH1) Draya skips a party to celebrate Book’s magazine cover.
Trying to debate which is more likely; that there is a magazine named Book or a person named Book. I’m sure that a person named Book would never read one. Kind of how a person named Porsche would never drive one.
Gossip Girl (9PM, CW) Blair tries to create a fashion line that will be popular with Sage and her friends.
I don’t claim to know anything about fashion, but shouldn’t your target audience be larger than one person’s Facebook friends list.
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (9PM, ABC) The team helps build a home for a family that has adopted kids and runs a home for single mothers in need.
Made especially for the six people who were worried if Ty Pennington would ever find work again.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (9PM, Bravo) Kim and Brandi begin to forge a bond
Is this some unholy union that I need to be worried about?
RuPaul’s All Star Drag Race (10PM, Logo) For the final challenge, the All Stars are sent on a junket that culminates with a stand-up routine.
I think RuPaul has been watching Eddie Izzard on Netflix.
Start-ups Silicon Valley (10PM, Bravo) Another failed pitch causes friction between Ben and Hermione.
Are they going to get funding this season? I’ve seen storylines get wrapped up faster on “The Walking Dead”.
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