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“There’s no such thing as simple. Simple is hard.” - Martin Scorsese (November 17, 1942; age 70)
Friday November 16
America’s Next Top Model (8PM, CW) The eliminated contestants join the finalists for a runway show.
At the runway show, the eliminated contestants try and prove to be America’s Next Top Actress.
Fringe (9PM, FOX) The team orchestrates an event of its own.
All it takes is giving Walter LSD and enough people will find him “strange”.
NBA Basketball (9:30PM ET, ESPN) New York Knicks vs. Memphis Grizzlies
The Knicks are undefeated and the Grizzlies are on a six game winning streak. Maybe this is the event the Fringe team is orchestrating.
Sunday November 18
The 40th Anniversary American Music Awards (8PM, ABC) Musical acts are honored at the annual ceremony; scheduled performers include Pitbull, Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj, Ke$ha.
I don’t think honor is the right word…
Sunday Night Football (8:20PM ET, NBC) Baltimore Ravens vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
Ravens and Steelers play in their semi-annual “Let’s contradict everything that ever comes out of Roge Goodell’s mouth” Bowl.
Real Housewives of Atlanta (9PM, Bravo) Kenya gets invited to a high-class charity event.
You’re going to need more seats, but on the bright side not as much food.
Walking Dead (9PM, AMC) Glenn and Maggie go on a run.
I guess that’s an easy way to beat the “walking” dead
Boardwalk Empire (9PM, HBO) Margaret considers an alternate future.
That’s sort of an oxymoron. You can’t really have an alternate future unless Doc Brown shows up with some info and an almanac. Otherwise, it’s just the future.
Dexter (9PM, Showtime) Dexter attempts to keep his relationship with Hannah a secret from Debra, but that gets blown out of the water when Astor, Cody and Harrison pay him a surprise visit and the news leaks out.
Dexter is probably wishing he could’ve sent Astor and Cody away to a “farm” instead of their grandparent’s at right about that moment.
Homeland (10PM, Showtime) Brody’s juggling of alliances appear to be leading him to a major meltdown.
I guess Brody wouldn’t be very good on Survivor, then.
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