Wendy Williams (Various, Syndication)
The View (11am, ABC)
CBS This Morning (7-9am, CBS)
The Daily Show (7pm, Comedy Central)*
The Colbert Report (7:30pm, Comedy Central)*
Jimmy Fallon (11:30pm. NBC)
Craig Ferguson (12:30am, CBS)
M-F Shows, Depending on Guests:
Charlie Rose (PBS)
Tavis Smiley (PBS)
Jimmy Kimmel (11:30pm, ABC)
Occassionally Watched Reruns:
Friends (Various, TBS)
Law & Order: Criminal Intent (Various, WGN)
Grey’s Anatomy (Various, Lifetime)
Lark Rise to Candleford (Various, INSP)
Dr. Quinn (Various, INSP)
Quantum Leap (Various, Esquire)
The Twilight Zone (Various, SyFy)
Shows I’ll watch when they return or hit Netflix: Billy on the Street (Fuse) Drunk History (Comedy Central)* Doctor Who (PBS)
Downton Abbey (PBS)
Parks & Recreation (NBC)
Halt & Catch Fire (AMC)
Mad Men (AMC)
Deliverance Creek (Lifetime)
*No Longer Available from Suddenlink
My opinion of new shows changes at the drop of a hat, so check back in coming weeks for deletions. Update: I’ve deleted all the new shows and a few old ones from the grid which I no longer watch. So much wasted potential.
I tend to multi-task while the tv’s on, so very few shows get my full attention. Those few are: The Good Wife, The Goldbergs, Grey’s Anatomy, Moone Boy, Billy on the Street and Doctor Who.
The show is comprised of documentary-style interviews with drunken participants rambling about historical figures intercut with full-costume dramas of said “drunk histories” portrayed and lip-synced by guest celebrities.
My three fave episodes centered on foul-mouthed puritans respectively portrayed by Lisa Bonet and Michael Cera with Wynonna Ryder and Jack Black’s portral of Elvis meeting Nixon…
Billy on the Street began on Funny or Die and now airs on the Fuse channel. The show follows comedian Billy Eichner as he runs through the streets of NYC shouting and playing bizarre pop culture games with often confused bystanders and occasional guest celebrities.
My three fave scenes were 1) Billy’s rant about Cameron Diaz, in which he yells for her “to ruin more things!” 2) his “Lana Del Race for the Cure,” featuring several sleepy, disoriented models in Lana Del Ray costumes and 3) his “John Mayer or Pepé Le Pew?” game with Olivia Wilde…