Fringe (Fox, tonight) Return: The latest This Side freakazoid to track down? A serial killer … of love! No, really! He kills love! Speaking of love, Pacey, er, Peter must also deal with his fake-love situation vis-a-vis Olivia (Anna Torv). Will he continue to lead her on, even though she’s not “his” Olivia? Well, look at her—I’m going with “Hey, fuck it.”
Also new tonight:
Shark Tank (ABC); Who Do You Think You Are? (NBC); Kitchen Nightmares (Fox); Nikita, Supernatural (The CW); Merlin (Syfy); America’s Most Wanted (Lifetime); Fairly Legal, In Plain Sight (USA); Spartacus: Vengeance (Starz); Real Time With Bill Maher (HBO)
Too Cute! Super Fluffy Puppies (Animal Planet, Saturday) Do I even need to explain this one? Super Fluffy Puppies, fergawdsakes!
Also new Saturday:
The Firm (NBC); Q Viva: The Chosen (Fox); iCarly (Nickelodeon); Being Human, Graham Norton, Katy Brand’s Big Ass Show (BBC America)
Mad Men (AMC, Sunday) Season Premiere: Read all about it in True TV (Item 1), then come to Brewvies to watch it for free on the big screen at 9 pm.
Luck (HBO, Sunday) Series Finale: Read all about it in True TV (Item 2).
House of Lies (Showtime, Sunday) In the penultimate episode of new PR-weasel series House of Lies, Marty (Don Cheadle) gets fucked over by “The Rainmaker” (Griffin Dunn), so he sets out to double-fuck Rainy and Skip (Richard Schiff) with a two-headed Satanic dong of vengeance. OK, nothing that graphic (even for a show with this much sex and nudity), but you should check out House of Lies before it ends next Sunday. Oh, and Veronica Mars is in it, too.
Also new Sunday:
Once Upon a Time, Desperate Housewives, GCB (ABC); The Amazing Race, The Good Wife, CSI: Miami (CBS); Harry’s Law, Celebrity Apprentice (NBC); The Cleveland Show, The Simpsons, Bob’s Burgers, Family Guy, American Dad (Fox); Frozen Planet (Discovery); The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Shahs of Sunset (Bravo); Long Island Medium, Leave It to Niecy (TLC); Army Wives, Coming Home (Lifetime); Breakout Kings (A&E); Check It Out! With Dr. Steve Brule, Mary Shelly’s Frankenhole (Adult Swim); Eastbound & Down, Life’s Too Short (HBO); Shameless, Californication (Showtime)