Here are you Sunday night highlights:
-- "America's Funniest Home Videos," has its 20th season premiere. 20! Do you hear me? 20? Who the hell even host this show anymore? Is it still the "Dancing with the Stars," guy? And who, besides Stacey, actually watches this goddamn show? Enough people, apparently, that it gets 20 seasons. Jesus.
-- "The Amazing Race" on CBS. No one has really separated themselves yet, though the autistic guy may be my favorite so far.
-- "Extreme Home Makeover," on ABC.
-- "The Simpsons," on Fox.
-- "Hoarders," has a one-hour special presentation tonight. Don't miss it! I guess.
-- San Diego Chargers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers on NBC. Kind of a dull match-up, if you ask me. The Steelers are the most boring team in Ohio, and Phillip Rivers is a punk.
-- "The Cleveland Show," on Fox. It's funny cause it's racist.
-- "Curb Your Enthusiasm," on HBO. The Seinfeld reunion finally happens.
-- "Desperate Housewives," on ABC.
-- "Dexter," on Showtime. And if you're considering submitting a recap, I encourage you not to. We've got several very, very good submissions already.
-- "Three Rivers" has its debut on CBS. Another medical show.
-- "Family Guy," on Fox.
-- "My Monkey Baby," on TLC. Sounds creepy.
-- "American Dad," on Fox.
-- "Bored to Death," on HBO.
-- "Californiacation," on Showtime. The show's title: "The Land of Rape and Honey."
-- "Mad Men," on AMC. And finally, this show is starting to gain some traction.
-- "Kourtney and Khloe," debuts on E! I think this is that reality show with the retarded Kardashian sisters.
-- "Brothers and Sisters," on ABC.
"Entourage," has its 6th season finale. And unsurprisingly, the gang ends up basically where they began, give or take.
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