Thursday, October 6, 2011

What's Worth Watching Notes - October 6, 2011

What's Worth Watching show #9 will replay Sunday at 7am Eastern on Howard 101.

HIJACKED!!!  HIJACKED!!!  HIJACKED!!!  

Paul Scheer (@paulscheer) took over this week's WWW to play his favorite interviews.  Here is Paul's rundown:

RUNDOWN
- Paul Scheer hijacks the show to play his favorite interviews
- Interview with Bryan Cranston
- Interview with Michael K Williams
- What's Worth Watching: October 6 - October 12

Bryan Cranston (www.twitter.com/BryanCranston)
- Paul can't get over how good Bryan Cranston is on Breaking Bad
- Paul is impressed by his Emmy wins for both comedy and drama
- Paul is still spooked by Walter White's laugh at the end of a recent episode
- Forget about Gus, it's all about Jessie and Walt for Paul

Michael K Williams (www.twitter.com/bkbmg)
- Paul feels his scar makes MKW the ultimate bad ass
- Worked with Paul on Human Giant
Thought Paul was a guy from Community
- Paul feels Omar is unrivaled as the baddest guy to ever hit the streets
- Paul hopes to land MKW for a stint on NTSF:SD:SUV

Jon Hein (www.twitter.com/jonmhein)
- Snuck in to do this week's WWW as a guest of Paul's
- Is honored in some weird way by Paul Scheer's hijacking
- Will be back with the "regular crew" next Thursday at 2pm

What’s Worth Watching
October 6 – October 12
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6
8p   The Big Bang Theory (CBS) 
Community (NBC) 
830p Parks & Recreation (NBC) 
            ALDS Yankees vs. Tigers Game 5 (TBS)
9p The Office (NBC) 
Person Of Interest (CBS)  
George Harrison: Living In The Material World Part 2 (HBO)
10p      It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia (FX)
1030p  The League (FX) [3rd season premiere]
1215a  NTSF:SD:SUV (TOON) [1st season finale]

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7
8p         A Gifted Man (CBS)
830p     NLDS Cardinals vs Philllies Game 5 (TBS)
9p Fringe (FOX) 
Supernatural (CW) 
10p Blue Bloods (CBS) 
             Sanctuary (SYFY) [4th season premiere]
             Strike Back (MAX)
Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO)
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8
8p   ALCS Game 1 (FOX)
              College Football (ABC)
              Rules of Engagement (CBS) [6th season premiere]
1130p Saturday Night Live (NBC) [Ben Stiller/Foster The People]

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9
7p 60 Minutes (CBS) 
              ALCS Game 2 (FOX)
8p Sunday Night Football: Packers vs Falcons (NBC)
              The Amazing Race (CBS)
9p Boardwalk Empire (HBO) 
The Good Wife (CBS) 
Dexter (SHO)
10p Breaking Bad (AMC) [4th season finale]
Homeland (SHO)
Hung/How To Make It In America (HBO)

MONDAY, OCTOBER 10
8p   How I Met Your Mother (CBS)
              NLCS Game 2 (TBS)
830p      Monday Night Football: (ESPN) Bears vs Lions
9p Bored to Death [3rd season premiere]
              House (FOX) 
930p Enlightened (HBO) [pilot]
              Mike & Molly (CBS)
10p Hawaii Five-0 (CBS) 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11
8p  ALCS Game 3 (FOX)
              The Dotted Line (ESPN)
10p Sons of Anarchy (FX)
Unforgettable (CBS) 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12
8p NLCS Game 3 (TBS)
              Survivor (CBS)
830p      Suburgatory (ABC)
9p Modern Family (ABC)
Inside The NFL (SHO)
930p New Girl (FOX) [special night and time]
Happy Endings (ABC)  
10p Luther (BBCA)  
American Horror Story (FX)
              South Park (COM)

2 comments:

  1. Lol, you have planned all the schedule for the starting week of OCTOBER and the suggestion you have posted on your list are amazing too.

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