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What to Watch: This Weekend (October 22-24)

Feast on a web of love stories, one between two women (hint: one is Selma Blair)!  And how's it going between Bob and Lee on Desperate Housewives?

Friday, October 22

6:00 pm PT/9:00 pm ET Degrassi, TeenNick (30 mins) NEW
Holly J struggles with her lingering feelings for Declan, as well as what happened at the party last week. Features transgender student Adam, and gay students Riley and Zane.

10:30 pm Fashion Police, E! (30 mins) NEW
Joan Rivers, out celeb stylist George Kotsiopoulos, straight ally Kelly Osbourne, and Giuliana Rancic host this hilarious new series that comments on the week’s celebrity fashion do’s and don’ts!

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Saturday, October 23

8:00 pm Feast of Love, Lifetime Movie Network (2 hrs) REPEAT
This complicated love story follows several relationships, including a new-found romance between Kathryn (Selma Blair) and Jenny (Stana Katic). Check out the trailer!


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Sunday, October 24

9:00 pm Desperate Housewives, ABC (1 hr) NEW
See what’s in store for Bob and Lee tonight! Also, Susan causes some upset at Va-Va Broom, Bree has some issues with Keith in bed, and Emma throws a cabaret show.

10:00 pm Brothers & Sisters, ABC (1 hr) NEW
Will Uncle Saul re-enter the dating world after his upset last week? Kitty will for sure, when she goes on a date with her handyman. Also, Nora’s radio career is in jeopardy after she discovers that her competition is a celebrity doctor.

11:30 pm Venture Bros., Cartoon Network (30 mins) NEW
Billy gets kidnapped! SPHINX is on the case--look out for its gay member Shore Leave. Also features gay sorcerer monk the Alchemist..

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