WHAT’S ON TONIGHT: TOSH.0 IS GOOD, Y’ALL

06.18.09 9 years ago 10 Comments

Tosh.0 (Comedy Central) — I haven’t said much about this, but I’ve found the first couple episodes to be excellent.  It’s kind of like “The Soup” for the Internet, but Daniel Tosh is funnier than Joel McHale, and the “Web Redemption” segment gives the show has more of a purpose.  Recommended.

Burn Notice (USA) — Scripted TV that doesn’t suck.  You don’t see that every night.

The Office/30 Rock (NBC) — As a habit, I don’t list re-runs in What’s On Tonight.  I’m making an exception today because I can’t stand the fact that the same damn reality shows are on seemingly every day.

Real Housewives of New Jersey (Bravo) — This is the supplemental extended “director’s cut” of the fight that happened at the season finale’s dinner party.  A better way to spend an hour of your life: doing pretty much anything else at all.  I’d rather close my eyes and sit silently for 60 minutes in front of a turned-off TV than watch this.

16 and Pregnant (MTV) — Hey, why are you looking at me that way?

Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (NBC) — One of the guests tonight is Gary Vaynerchuk.  He’s like an Internet-age cross between Tony Robbins and Tom Cruise’s character from Magnolia, but his expletive-filled rah-rah-ing comes off as oddly genuine. (UPDATE: Whoops, that was last night.  I’m professional!)

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