What's On Tonight: Led Zeppelin Songs On 'Revolution'

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11.19.12 21 Comments

Revolution (NBC, 10 p.m.) — Tonight’s episode is soundtracked by Led Zeppelin, in an elaborate bit of Jack Donaghy-approved corporate synergy (Revolution is produced by Warner Bros. Television, Zeppelin is on Warner Music Group). OK, let’s do this: what’s your favorite Zeppelin album named after a euphemism for butt sex? Mine’s Yellow Submarine, then In Through the Out Door.

Adventure Time (Cartoon Network, 7:30 p.m.) — Boogie with graybles five more times.

How I Met Your Mother (CBS, 8 p.m.) — I can’t quit you, How I Met Your Mother, but you’re leaving me dazed and confused, especially with plot descriptions like, “Robin negotiates Barney’s return to the strip club circuit.”

2 Broke Girls (CBS, 9 p.m.) — Having to sit through an episode in which Max and Caroline ask two Amish boys to help them build a barn for their horse sounds like my time of dying.

Before Orel: The Moral Orel Prequel (Adult Swim, 12:30 a.m.) — It feels like Moral Orel has been 10 years gone (it’s actually been four years), so be sure to immigrant song this…no, that doesn’t work. Don’t have a communication breakdown, and…that doesn’t either. Just watch this. *27 minute “Moby Dick” drum solo*

LATE NIGHT GUESTS: Jessica Biel and Pete Townshend on Letterman; Jennifer Lawrence Alert on Leno; Eric Stonestreet, L.A. Reid, and Aimee Mann on Kimmel; Regis Philbin and Katie Aselton on Ferguson; and Zooey Deschanel, Tony Bennett, and Zac Brown Band on Fallon;

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