This weekend catch all new episodes of Say Yes to the Dress, Randy to the Rescue, True Blood, Army Wives, and Episodes; plus showings of Rent and The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.
What to Watch: Friday, July 6
9:00pm: Say Yes to the Dress, TLC (30 mins) NEW
Olympian Johnny Weir assists a friend in finding a dress; a woman anticipates her fiance's reaction; another man searches for his fiance's dream gown.
9:30pm: Say Yes to the Dress, TLC (30 mins) NEW
A novice needs help finding the perfect dress; a woman searches for the perfect vintage-glam dress; a bride-to-be worries about potential dresses.
10:00pm: Randy to the Rescue, TLC (1 hr) NEW
Randy bargains with the father of a daughter who wants to wear a strapless gown with her cowboy boots. Meanwhile, two women try to compromise with their unyielding mothers.
This morning and afternoon, check your local listings for information about Ellen, The Talk (CBS) and The Chew(ABC). Days of Our Lives on NBC (check local listings for time) features gay character Will as a series regular; keep an eye out for developments between Will and recurring gay characters Sonny and Neil.
What to Watch: Saturday, July 7
9:00pm: Rent, Fox Movie Channel (2 hrs) REPEAT
Rent brings the stories of a diverse and compelling group of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender characters living in New York to life in musical form. The musical offers a variety of notable LGBT representations, with two gay relationships featured prominently.
What to Watch: Sunday, July 8
9:00pm: True Blood, HBO (1 hr) NEW
Jason has a disturbing dream, and Bill and Eric enlist Sookie's help to find Russell Edgington.
10:00pm: Army Wives, Lifetime (1 hr)NEW
Claudia Joy assists veterans in need of legal help; Cody's depression worries Roxy; Trevor wants Hector to see a marriage counselor; Charlie upsets Nicole by telling her unsupportive mother about their engagement.
10:30pm: Episodes, Showtime (30 min) NEW
Matt buys Sean a fancy convertible to try to make amends, while the newly released dreadful viewing figures cause problems.
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