What's On Tonight: Watch 'Broad City.' It Is Good. You Will Like It.

03.19.14 22 Comments

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Workaholics/Broad City (Comedy Central, 10:00-11:00 p.m.) – Broad City has been really excellent in its first season. You should watch it. Or continue watching it. Just don’t not watch it. That’s the point I’m trying to make. In other news, the Workaholics guys open a tacos and weed shop tonight. Don’t not watch that either.

Law & Order: SVU (NBC, 9:00 p.m.) – Alec Baldwin plays a trouble-making journalist tonight, which is a development that is so aggressively, screamingly meta that I think it just winked at me.

The Americans (FX, 10:00 p.m.) – From TV Guide: “An old friend complicates matters for Philip and Elizabeth.” Who do you think it is? I hope it’s, like, David Bowie. That would be so weird.

The Soup (E!, 10:00 p.m.) – One hundred bonus points to The Soup for running my precious clip from Dallas of Judith Light snorting cocaine in a bullfighting ring. You people need to start watching Dallas so I have someone to talk about it with. This week a questionable oil drilling operation got approved because someone had video of a government official having sex with a furry. Dallas is insane.

Psych (USA, 9:00 p.m.) – Evil Dead star Bruce Campbell gives Gus dream therapy after he has nightmares about zombies. Sure. I’ll bite.

Doll & Em (HBO, 10:00 p.m.) – Series premiere. This six-episode comedy starring Dolly Wells and Emily Mortimer focuses on a British woman who moves to Los Angeles after a rough break-up to hang out with her actress best friend. Tonight a movie producer invites her into a hot tub while she’s trying to babysit Susan Sarandon’s son. We’ve all been there.

Billy on the Street (Fuse, 11:00 p.m.) – I forgot to include the season premiere of this show in the listings last week. Totally unacceptable. Billy Eichner is a treasure.

LATE NIGHT GUESTS: Ty Burrell and Zoë Kravitz on Kimmel; Uma Thurman and DJ Qualls on Ferguson; Greg Kinnear and Emilia Clarke on Fallon; and Wendy Williams, Lena Headey, and Eugene Mirman on Meyers. Everyone else is in repeats.

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