“I bought a suit. You seen it. Now it’s covered in mud. This town doesn’t have a one hour cleaner so I had to buy a new suit, except the only store you could buy a new suit in has got the flu. Got that? The whole store got the flu so I had to get this in a second hand store. So it’s either wear the leather jacket, which I know you hate, or this. So, I wore this ridiculous thing for you.” - Joe Pesci (February 9, 1943; age 70)
Friday February 8
Touch (8PM, FOX; Season Premiere) While Martin tries to keep Jake safe from those who want to exploit his abilities, Jake is determined to find Amelia
It’s about time Ms. Earhart was accounted for.
The Job (8PM, CBS; Series Premiere) Five candidates compete for an assistant manager position with the Palm Restaurant Group.
Because that’s what you want in an employee. Someone who needs to whore themselves out on television to gain employment. They’ll never check Facebook at work.
Sunday February 10
Bob’s Burgers (8PM, FOX) The kids talk Bob into letting them cut school so they can help him select a Valentine’s Day gift for Linda.
They’re learning to become personal shoppers. More applicable than some of the videos that got forced on me in school.
The 55th Annual Grammy Awards (8PM, CBS) Festivities at Staples Center in Los Angeles honor excellence in the recording industry.
Why do I have a feeling like they won’t let Gangnam Style die tonight?
NBA Basketball (8PM ET, ESPN) San Antonio Spurs at Brooklyn Nets
Gregg Popovich plans to give a speech tonight with a word count higher than the number of words Beyonce actually sang at the Super Bowl. Should be around fifteen.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta (8PM, Bravo) Porsha plans Kordell’s Harlem Renaissance-themed birthday party.
Shit I forgot Kordell Stewart was on this show. Does Porsha chase him down with the same ease as defensive ends in the later years of his career?
Shahs of Sunset (9PM, Bravo; Season Finale) Mike is on a mission to convince his parents that Jessica is “the one”.
He keeps on trying to bring up red pills and blue pills, but his father tells him he doesn’t need any Viagra.
The Walking Dead (9PM, AMC) Rick tries to save one of his group.
You would think an enemy called “walkers” would be less concerning considering that’s what most grandparents use to get to the bathroom.
Girls (9PM, HBO) Hannah finds herself drawn to a 42-year-old doctor and the trappings of his successful adult life.
Could you imagine that? Having a job is sexy.
Californication (10:30PM, Showtime) Becca does a reading of her latest work.
Wait, where? She’s a nobody and I know people don’t go to book stores anymore.