Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta turns 26 today.
Survivor: One World (ABC 8pm) A tribe member makes a bold move that throws allegiances into question.
Here’s hoping it doesn’t involve nudity.
Whitney (NBC 8pm) Finale: Something Black, Something Blue — Whitney and Alex head to City Hall to get married, but an expired driver’s license sparks an unusual chain of events that interferes with their plan; Whitney’s father (Peter Gallagher) tries to come to the rescue.
Black and blue are definitely words that I want associated with my wedding.
American Idol (Fox 8pm) Episode: 9 Finalists Compete — The 10 finalists perform.
Somebody can’t count….
America’s Next Top Model (The CW 9pm) The women go on castings for jobs during Toronto’s fashion week; the models take pictures among foliage and covered in maple syrup; guest judge Beverly Johnson.
I’d like to see them pull off this look. With the beard.
Ghost Hunters International (SyFy 9pm) Episode: Frankenstein’s Castle: Belgium and Italy
They do know that Doctor Frankenstein was a fictional character, right?
Couple’s Therapy (VH1 9pm) DMX and his ex-wife have an intense fight; trouble for Angelina (“Jersey Shore”) and boyfriend Chris.
Million Dollar Listing New York (Bravo 10pm) Fredrik lines up a private showing; Michael lands a listing with Fredrik’s current client; Ryan represents a buyer with a unique pet.
It’s a kangaroo. Swear to God. An honest-to-goodness, bona fide, in the flesh kangaroo. I want one.
The Challenge: Battle of the Exes (MTV 10pm) Finale: The top three teams face their toughest challenge including a eating Viking’s feast, tunneling through mounds of snow and scaling a glacial mountain.
What exactly is “a eating Viking’s feast”? I guess they’re saving money by not using a proofreader these days.
American Weed (The National Geographic Channel 10pm) After the banning of medical marijuana dispensaries in Colorado, the Stanley brothers remained focused on their mission.
And that mission is to bring pot to the people.
Psych (USA 10pm) Episode: Autopsy Turvy — Shawn and Gus search for a body’s cause of death to save Woody from being fired for making a mistake.
Woody is this really goofy coroner, and he is awesome. And Shawn is awesome. And Gus is awesome. And Lassiter is awesome. And Shawn’s dad is awesome. And Juliette is okay, I guess. (Yes, I love Psych!)
What will you be watching tonight?
I’m having epidural injections tomorrow for some compressed nerves in my back, so Flipit will be taking over Top 10 duty for a couple days. I should be with you again for the Weekend Edition. I’m feeling vaguely terrified (needles and I do not get along well) so if you have any warm fuzzies that you’re not currently using, and care to send them my way, that would be awesome.