What’s On Tonight: Yo, ‘Workaholics’ Is Back. Everyone Grab Some Beers And Meet On The Roof.

01.22.14 4 years ago 38 Comments


Workaholics/Broad City (Comedy Central, 10:00-11:00 p.m.) – Season 4 premiere of Workaholics, series premiere of Broad City. Check out the glossary, reminisce about past guest stars, pound a few beers on the roof, then tune in at 10. In that order. I don’t want you trying to read all drunk. You’ll get a headache.

Arrow (CW, 8:00 p.m.) – “Laurel asks the Arrow to investigate Sebastian Blood, but Oliver is unsure whether to believe her accusations against the man he supports for mayor.” Sebastian Blood is a fantastic name. I shall add it to my list.

Modern Family (ABC, 9:00 p.m.) – Dustin pointed this out over at his other gig, but last week’s episode was really kind of good. I’ve been ducking in and out of it for the past season or so, but that might have sucked me back in for the next few weeks. Well, that and the thing where Patton Oswalt is guest starring in a Vegas episode.

Law & Order: SVU (NBC, 9:00 p.m.) – From TV Guide: “A teen runaway is found raped near a park, and the case leads police to a New Jersey strip club connected to sex-trafficking investigation.” Look, if the formula ain’t broke…

American Horror Story (FX, 10:00 p.m.) – Penultimate episode of the season. Two questions: 1) Do you ever remember hearing anyone use the word “penultimate” before, like, 2007? 2) Do you think a stationery company called Pen Ultimate would take off? Just some jokes, people.

Psych (USA, 10:00) – Tonight’s episode is a remake of an episode Psych did back in its first season, which is actually a pretty cool idea. I have no idea if it will work. It could flame out spectacularly. But I give them bonus points for effort.

Klondike (Discovery, 9:00 p.m.) – Conclusion. Tonight marks the finale of Richard Madden’s three-part gold-mining miniseries. I will always remember it fondly for giving us this story.

LATE NIGHT GUESTS: Christina Ricci and Jake Johnson are on Kimmel; Martin Scorsese and Allison Williams are on Letterman; Michelle Monaghan and Michael Irvin are on Ferguson; Charlie Sheen and Joy Behar are on Leno; Kevin Nealon and Lupita Nyong’o are on Fallon (FEATURING A PERFORMANCE BY RUN THE JEWELS BACKED BY THE ROOTS NOBODY FREAK OUT); and Matt LeBlanc and the cast of Impractical Jokers on Conan.

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