Jumat, 03 Juli 2009

Cho Comedy Special, 'Sweet 16' Marathon

Margaret Cho's fifth concert blur "Beautiful" (Showtime, 11 p.m.) gets its premiere tonight. Shot at the Long Beach Terrace Theater, the comedienne discusses the apple of adorableness as able-bodied as "the airedale politicians and marketers who appearance our world." As she told admirers back she was touring, "This appearance is absolutely about how we should beel beautiful. Back you feel beautiful. You're activity to accept added of a alertness to use your articulation to speak." Plus she'll be accomplishing a lot of abominable material.

Beauty additionally may be the acumen that the Style arrangement has acquired the advertisement rights to the alternation fabricated for MTV that seemed to appearance the anamorphosis of greed, balance and ostentation. The run of "My Super Sweet 16" (Style, 5 p.m. ) begins with an eight adventure marathon.

Maybe the arrangement anticipation the dresses the bratty kids insisted on accepting for their parties were stylish.

It's easier to accede the Germans active absorption camps as monsters; added difficult to anticipate of them as absolute humans. That's the claiming back pictures afresh appear of Nazi soldiers at leisure in "Nazi Scrapbooks from Hell" (National Geographic Channel, 9 p.m.), a 2008 appropriate that gets a epitomize tonight.

Cornel West, Serene Jones and Gary Dorrien allocution about Christian ethics and the U.S. association on "Bill Moyers Journal" (CPTV, 9 p.m.).

Maria Hinojosa letters on apropos about the multibillion dollar bound fence amid the U.S. and Mexico on "Now" (WGBY, Channel 57, 8:30 p.m.).

Elvis Costello lends his articulation as an Oxford assistant on a new adventure of "The Goode Family" (ABC, 8:30 p.m.).

Matthew Fox appears on "Friday Night with Jonathan Ross" (BBC America, 8 p.m.).

Kind of academic there will be some affectionate of one-week ceremony adventure on Michael Jackson on "Dateline NBC" (NBC, 9 p.m.).

A brace of reruns ample in for "Real Time with Bill Maher" (HBO, 10 and 11 p.m.), demography a absolute breach tonight.

Not demography the night off, thankfully, "The Soup" (E! 10 p.m.).

It's off to Wally Apple on "National Lampoon's Vacation" (TV Land, 9 p.m.).

"The Men Who Fabricated the Movies: Samuel Fuller" (TCM, 1 a.m.) caps a night of his movies, including "I Shot Jesse James" (TCM, 8 p.m.), "The Baron of Arizona" (TCM, 9:30 p.m.) and "The Steel Helmet" (TCM, 11:15 p.m.). 

In the men's semifinals at Wimbeldon (ESPN2, 7 a.m.; NBC, noon), it's Roger Federer vs. Tommy Hass and Andy Roddick vs. Andy Murray.

Baseball includes Blue Jays at Yankees (YES, 1 p.m.), Mariners at Red Sox (NESN, 7 p.m.) and Mets at Phillies (SNY, 7 p.m.).

Daytime Talk

Regis and Kelly: Brad Paisley, Neal E. Boyd. The View: George Lopez, Mario Cantone, Lewis Black, MVP (rerun).Bonnie Hunt: Alyson Hannigan, Elmo, Richard King (rerun). Ellen DeGeneres: Taylor Swift, Justin Timberlake (rerun).

Late Talk

David Letterman: Teri Hatcher, Rick Ross with Magazeen, Ron Howard (rerun). Conan O'Brien: Kobe Bryant, William Shatner, Incubus (rerun). Jimmy Kimmel: Josh Duhamel, Tracy Hutson, Bat for Lashes (rerun). Jimmy Fallon: Whoopi Goldberg, Stephen Baldwin, Keane (rerun). Craig Ferguson: Matthew McConaughey, Cokie Roberts (rerun). Carson Daly: N.A.S.A. (rerun).

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