What to Watch This Weekend: October 21-23

Tonight catch the first two episodes of Sundance's new series Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys, on Saturday GLAAD Media Award's nominated film Taladega Nights, and on Sunday all new episodes of Desperate Housewives and The Good Wife.

What to Watch: Friday October 21

9:00pm Girl Who Like Boys Who Like Boys Sundance (30 mins) NEW

Watch four straight women and their gay BFFs face the dilemma of coming out, gay marriage, starting a family, and starting over in New York City.

9:30pm Girl Who Like Boys Who Like Boys Sundance (30 mins) NEW

Get a closer look at their friendships and romantic lives.

What to Watch: Saturday October 22

7:30pm Taladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby Comedy Central (2 hrs) REPEAT

John C. Reilly and Will Ferrel star in this GLAAD Media Award's nominated film about the roller-coaster career of a Nascar driver.

What to Watch: Sunday October 23

9:00pm The Good Wife CBS (1 hr) NEW

It's really hard to crack a case when a key witness commits suicide.

9:00pm Desperate Housewives ABC (1 hr) NEW

Renee takes a nervous Lynette to a singles bar. Meanwhile, Susan's art teacher asks his students to be naked during class.

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